- 6 guest reviews
"Very peaceful surroundings. Ian the owner provides a beautiful , relaxing place to stay. The breakfasts were carefully prepared to each pers..."
"Excellent! Cannot fault...."
"I have been doing Cleveland Way in stages, and while that day's walk was quite easy and quick to cover, it was a welcome surprise to arrive..."
"Spacious accommodation in a delightful old rectory. Welcoming host is a mine of useful information and suggestions. Quiet, easy walks from t..."
"Very comfortable stay and helpful host would recomend this b&b..."
About the hotel
The Old Rectory dates from dated 1691 and was extended in the 1860's. The interior is relaxed and comfortable with a fresh fusion of styles and each room will make you feel that you aren't quite ready to leave. You will be surrounded by luxury fabrics, warmed by our open fires and tempted by the excellent local homemade breakfasts.
Each bedroom has its own unique feel with two providing en-suite facilities whilst a third bedroom has its own private adjacent bathroom. The letting rooms in the house have flexible accommodation with both Double and Single beds so can be used as double, twin or family rooms. All bathrooms are equipped with modern shower facilities. We also have a 16th century Hay Barn which is a self contained unit attached to the main house which provides private Lounge, Kitchen and bathroom areas along with a Wood Burning Stove. The Hay Barn has a minimum stay of 2 nights. Breakfast is not served to guests staying in self catering. The North York Moors National Park extends over 563 square miles and would take a lifetime to explore in detail. Within the park there is a variety of scenery rarely encountered within a single region. The coastline is one of dramatic cliffs and small picturesque villages. The appeal of the moorland lies in its open aspect with wide expanses and panoramic views. The dales present a softer pastoral scenery with farmland and woodland surrounding the delightful villages, churches, abbeys and castles. Kildale is an estate, not just a village. For the past 900 years it has been owned by only three families. Today all of the farms in Kildale and almost all of the houses are still owned by the estate and are let to people who live permanently in the dale.
Showing Saturday 28 November 2015 to Sunday 29 November 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite , Car Parking Available Offsite
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Horse Riding
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 16:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Lovely place to stay.
Very peaceful surroundings.
Ian the owner provides a beautiful , relaxing place to stay. The breakfasts were carefully prepared to each persons requests. What a special place to visit.
The Old Rectory