With an award-winning restaurant, Dunsley Hall Country House Hotel is a historic mansion set in beautiful grounds. The hotel is in the North York Moors, just a 10-minute drive from Whitby.
The elegant bedrooms are individually decorated, and all have scenic views of North Yorkshire’s countryside or coastline. Rooms also feature a private bathroom, a work desk and tea/coffee facilities.
With an AA Rosette, the Oak Room Restaurant serves classic British cuisine, including quality local produce and freshly caught seafood. Guests can enjoy drinks in the spacious drawing room or cosy bar.
Dunsley Hall Country House is surrounded by popular walking routes, and The Cleveland Way is just a few minutes’ walk away. Free parking is available, and the coast at Sandsend is within a 5-minute drive.
What they offer
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
Services and conveniences
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
Some helpful facts
Check-in from: 16:00
Check-in until: 22:00
Check-out from: 08:00
Check-out until: 11:00
Number of rooms : 26
Please note that Dunsley Hall often hosts weddings at weekends, and some noise may be heard.
A pre-authorisation of the first nights stay will be taken 10 days prior to arrival.
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John from United Kingdom
Stayed 1 night in October 2013
Attractive exterior, but dated and expensive. ”
Exterior, gardens and location.
We arrived at the hotel and were impressed with the well kept gardens and stately home appearance. Check in was ok and the reception staff were reasonably friendly. We were then taken through the nicer side of the hotel, through to an older less presentable side where our room was.
The room itself was ok, with nice feature windows, but rather dated overall and the fan in the room was broken along the side with wires hanging out of the side.
Then the main issue with the room became aparent, the poor sound deadening between rooms, especially from the room upstairs which sounded like the inhabitants were actually sharing the room with us!
The other issue is the routing of the water from the floor above, as it noisily thunders down the tubes in our room and woke us up at 5.30am when the people above had a shower.
The bed was reasonably comfortable, although only a double and the pillows were a bit on the hard side.
Overall pretty poor for what is a very expensive hotel.