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Hartforth Hall Hotel
Gilling West
Richmond
North Yorkshire

DL10 5JU | View map
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The Hall is listed among the top 10% of architectural and historic interest. Hartforth Hall includes the splendid Georgian Drawing Room, The Herriot Bar with log fire in Winter and a Wedgwood style restaurant for relaxing dinners. Informal dining in the Arches Restaurant. Home cooked cuisine and fine wines.
All our individually styled and tastefully decorated bedrooms have en-suite facilities, Colour TV, Coffee, robes, hair dryer, ironing board and Molten and Brown with teddy bear called either Fred.
Front and side rooms have breathtaking views across the Yorkshire countryside. It is set in 7 acres of ground with splendid trees.
We cater for conferences, private dinners/celebrations, Christmas and New Year parties and wedding receptions.Exclusivity of the hall is available.Fabulous photographs can be taken at the main Arch or former orangery.Old fashioned courtesy in a splendid country hall in superb grounds.Gift vouchers are available on request.We have almost 9000 hand written guest comments expressing their delight with the hall.The hotel is situated approximately 5 miles from Catterick and 10 miles from Darlington.Check in time is after 3.30pm check out time is 11am

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