- Very Good
- 2 guest reviews
"Spent two nights here and it will definitely be our Bed and Breakfast of choice in this area. We had the warmest welcome in lovely peaceful..."
"Lovely accommodation. Location perfect sue and bill make you welcome would recommend..."
About the hotel
Thornton Lodge is surrounded by beautiful scenery and is 20 mins from York or Thirsk (the Herriot Country) and we are only one hour from the coast. A short car journey will take you through picturesque countryside to the North Yorkshire Moors to the east and Yorkshire Dales to the west. This area is rich in heritage and tradition giving you so much to see and do.
Famous attractive period homes, Harewood House, Castle Howard, Hovingham Hall, Benningborough Hall, Nunnington Hall, Newburgh Priory, and local abbeys such as Byland Abbey, Reivaulx Abbey and Fountains Abbey are all close by. Ideally situated for Yorkshire racecourses of which ther are ten! There are many local attractions: Great Yorkshire Show, Bramham Horse Trials, Bramham and Castle Howard Music Festivals. We have two picturesque fishing lakes and fantasitic walks round the farm and on the Public Footpaths and Bridlepaths which go through the farm. The National Cycle Route No 65 passes the farm entrance. There are two secluded downstair ensuite bedrooms with an adjoining sunny southfacing conservatory with it's own private entrance and veiws of the garden, pond and open fields beyond. These rooms are also ideal for elderly or disabled people and are graded with ETC and Disabled Accessibility Scheme level 2. Out of your bedroom windows you will see lovely green fields with ewes and lambs and mares and foals quietly grazing. All bedrooms are fully equipped with colour Freeveiw TV and DVD players, hairdryers and an excellent beverage tray. We pride ourselves with our Award winning breakfasts offering a large choice of local produce with fresh farm eggs and cooked on the Aga. This is served in the conservatory There is ample car parking space and a taxi service is available from Easingwold. The area is enriched with excellent restaurants/pubs which use local produce, many have gained top National Eating Awards
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- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Horse Riding
- In room entertainment
- Video/DVD Library
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- From 16:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Great two night stay
Spent two nights here and it will definitely be our Bed and Breakfast of choice in this area.
We had the warmest welcome in lovely peaceful surrondings. Our double room was warm, scrupulously clean and very comfortable. The ensuite has everything we needed and is ideal for the disabled as well as the able bodies. We were welcomed with tea and biscuits, will stay again.
Location perfect sue and bill make you welcome would recommend