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Monk Fryston Hall Hotel
North Yorkshire

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Welcome to Monk Fryston Hall Hotel, a stately manor house, dating from the 12th Century deep in the Vale of York. Monk Fryston Hall Hotel, with its oak panelling, inglenook fireplaces and stone mullioned windows, is set in 30 acres of beautiful gardens and woodland complete with its own lake.

The hotel prides itself on high quality food and service with attention to detail. The public rooms, restaurant and bedrooms are furnished to a high standard in keeping with traditional style of the Elizabethan manor house.

Whether you are requiring overnight accommodation, an evening meal, business lunch, afternoon tea, conference, wedding or celebration facilities, you will find it all at Monk Fryston Hall Hotel.

We are just five minutes from the A1M motorway and just 30 minutes from centre of York or Leeds which are ideal for visiting historic houses, museums and theatres, also we have some great horse racing courses around Yorkshire too, making it a perfect choice for a weekend break.

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Special Accommodation Offer Available


Number of Rooms: 29
Number Ensuite: 29

Price per Room:

Price Includes: VAT and full Yorkshire breakfast
Double: £115 - £185
Single: £75
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Cuisine: Modern English
Chef: James Bailey–Hague

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Credit Cards Accepted
Room Service
Disabled Access
Open All Year
TV in Rooms - and free WiFi access
Conference/Business Facilities

Special Offers

Go Racing In Yorkshire Package
The Hotel is situated in the centre of Yorkshire and is only a short drive away from  the following race courses, York, Doncaster, Pontefract, Thirsk, Ripon and Beverley.
Following your winning day at the races why not stay at the Hall.
We have a one night special offer of £120.00 per couple on a dinner,
bed and breakfast basis.
This also includes a complimentary glass of house wine with your meal.
For availability and race meetings please ring reception on 01977 682369

with Mid Supper Murders Dying for Dinner
Join us for an evening with a twist

Friday 27th September 2013 A Murder of Crowes
Relations are not as harmonious as they seem in the talented and musical Crowe family
and a song will not be the only thing that gets murdered tonight! Join our police
inspector to solve the mystery of this dastardly deed.

Friday 8th November 2013 Murder at t’ mill
All is not well within the 'top brass' of this Yorkshire Mill family owned company.
Who could have thought the Mill's annual dinner would culminate in death for
one member of this hapless family? Please assist our Inspector by discovering who was behind this Yorkshire murder most foul...

£38.50 per person (inc Murder Mystery & dinner)
£89.50 per person, Dinner, Murder Mystery,
bed and breakfast, based on 2 sharing a Standard twin/double room
Upgrade to a Superior Room or Four Poster Room for a small supplement

With the Library Theatre Touring Company
Sunday 23 June 2013 The Kingfisher by William Douglas-Home
Sunday 20 October 2013 Happy Jack by John Godber
Sunday 17 November 2013 Two Talking Heads by Alan Bennett

2 course Lunch & Theatre - £23.00 per person
Followed by the theatre production, arrive for 1.30pm—5.45pm Approx

Offers posted Thu 4th Apr 2013

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Sample Menu:

Dinner Menuu
To Start

Freshly prepared soup of the day £4.55

Crab paste £5.50
Served with a asparagus Pannacotta and pickled cauliflower Carpaccio

Mulled poached pear £5.25
Served with a Wensleydale blue cheese and toasted hazelnut salad and sorrel pesto

Pressed game terrine £5.75
With elderflower jelly and homemade beer bread

Pan fried halloumi cheese £4.95
Finished with a warm potato and radish salad and drizzled with a lemon and chilli oil

Roasted Gressingham duck breast £5.75
Served with a raisin puree, mulled cranberries and a rhubarb and honey vinaigrette

Grilled red snapper £5.25
With fennel coleslaw and a ginger and shallot dressing

Home smoked veal £6.50
Served with beetroot 2 ways and a goats cheese cream


Roasted supreme of chicken £12.75
Served with a white onion puree, potato galette and morel veloute

Nidderdale lamb £15.95
Pan fried lamb noissettes and mini lamb kidney sausage roll, aubergine steak and a walnut mustard sauce

Beer pot roasted brisket £13.95
Served with parsnip puree, swede fondants and red wine jus

Salt and pepper cod £14.50
With fennel and dill crushed potatoes, roasted samphire and lemon grass cream

Wild mushroom and mixed bean cottage pie £10.25
Served with a rocket and beetroot salad

Holme farm venison steak £16.25
Served with homemade rhubarb black pudding, sprouting broccoli and a gin and juniper jus

Jerk marinated pork fillet £13.95
Served with lime and coriander rice, roasted baby courgettes and a red pepper and chilli coulis

Scottish salmon fillet £13.95
Finished with a pea and asparagus puree, fondant potato, pan fried pak choi and creamed leeks

Roasted butternut squash risotto £10.25
Flavoured with sage and topped with a watercress, walnut and truffle oil salad

Matured 28 day aged 8oz rib-eye steak £17.95
Served with slow roasted tomato, flat cap mushroom, balsamic roasted onion and hand cut chips

Yorkshire 6oz fillet steak £19.95
Topped with a smoked cheese crust and served with truffle scented potato puree,
grilled asparagus and a girolles mushroom sauce

To accompany your meal

Rocket, Parmesan and truffle oil salad £1.95, Sautéed Savoy cabbage and bacon £1.95
Hand cut chips £1.95, Parsnip puree £1.95, Sautéed sprouting broccoli with lime and ginger £1.95
Grilled asparagus £1.95, Garlic and thyme sautéed potatoes £1.95

Please see the blackboard for today’s selection of freshly prepared desserts



With a choice of white or wholemeal bread with salad garnish and crisps
Mature cheddar and pickle £4.75
Prawn Marie Rose £5.25
Roast beef, horseradish mayo and rocket £5.25
Honey roast ham with coarse grain mustard £4.95
Smoked salmon and cream cheese £5.50
Wensleydale, apple and cranberry £4.95


With a choice of ciabatta or French style baguette with salad garnish and crisps
Bacon and brie £6.95
Caramelised steak and onions £9.95
Tuna and cheese melt £6.95
Posh fish fingers with tartare sauce £7.95
Char grilled chicken and bacon with mustard mayo £8.25


Goat’s cheese en croute with chilli and garlic jam £5.25
Classic prawn cocktail with wholemeal bread £5.75
Oak smoked salmon, baby capers, crisp fennel and horseradish crème fraiche £5.95
Chefs soup of the day £4.55
Wild garlic mushrooms finished with cream and toasted ciabatta 4.95
Smoked chicken and chorizo salad with Basil infused oil £5.50


Slow cooked Beef and ale stew with herb dumplings and mash potato £10.95
Chilli Con Carne with rice £9.95
Beef lasagne with crisp salad and garlic ciabatta £10.95
Whitby scampi with chipped potatoes, petit pois and side salad £11.95
Freshly battered haddock with chipped potatoes, mushy peas and side salad £11.25
Cumberland sausage ring with mustard see mashed potato and caramelised onion jus £9.95
Wild mushroom and pepper stroganoff with rice £8.75
Salmon, broccoli and pine nut gnocchi with Parmesan cheese £10.25


10 oz gammon steak with free range egg £14.95
28day aged 8 oz rib eye steak £17.95
Chicken supreme £10.25
All served with grill garni and chipped potatoes
Burger, onion marmalade and Stilton served in ciabatta £10.25

Please ask for today’s selection of side orders priced from £1.95
Please see today’s blackboard for our selection of freshly prepared desserts from £5.25

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