Somewhere you feel welcome

The Drawing Room

Situated in the Old Hall, The Drawing Room is plush yet relaxing with its log burning stove, elegant furniture and baby grand piano.

The Drawing Room was recently refurbished to reflect the grandeur of this great house: the picture lighting and the family portraits giving a sense of the sublime.

This special room has played host to many dignitaries over the past 150 years, including Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of the Scouting movement, who was a regular visitor in Edwardian times attending shooting parties. In recent years, our return guests love to sit in and enjoy the room including many luminaries from the world of sport, television, film and the arts.

The Drawing Room is a perfect setting to enjoy afternoon tea with close friends or family, to meet for an aperitif or to sit and relax after dinner to enjoy a rare drink from ‘The Safe’.

 

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Book directly through our website and receive £10 credit to spend during your stay. Your £10 credit will be waiting for you at check in and can be redeemed against almost anything you choose during your stay with us. What about a pre dinner drink? Or perhaps you’d prefer to put it towards a pampering treat in our Revival Zone. The choice is yours.

Latest offer

Spring Break: This spring marks our 15th birthday – join us and help us celebrate with our Spring Break Offer. This offer is £150 per couple and inclusive of dinner, bed and breakfast, plus a glass of fizz to celebrate…cheers!

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GISBOROUGH HALL

On the edge of the North York Moors, Gisborough Hall is a four star country house ‘home away from home’. For business, leisure, weddings and special occasions, discover our charming Victorian country house hotel where a warm welcome awaits you.

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