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Dunsley Hall Hotel
North Yorkshire

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Dunsley Hall Hotel is a splendid AA 3 star rated hotel set in the quiet hamlet of Dunsley in four acres of landscaped gardens. It is located close to Whitby Town and many other attractions in North Yorkshire.

Surrounding Dunsley there are many places to explore. Whitby is a working fishing town where you can also visit Whitby Abbey. Nearby coastal villages include Sandsend, Runswick Bay and Robin Hoods Bay. Goathland is the home to scenes from TV's 'Heartbeat' and The North Yorkshire Moors Railway, one of Britain's favourite preserved railways.

Dunsley Hall Country House Hotel was built in the 1900s as a dream house for the Pyman Shipping Family. Stylish and original, it retains the quality and unique character of the period. Its comfortable furniture, memorabilia, open fires in the winter and traditional standards of excellence are part of the welcoming Yorkshire hospitability that has become the hallmark of this independent but family run hotel.

The restaurant serves an award winning menu; the drawing room is ideal for relaxation; while the hotel grounds include a 9-hole putting course.


Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 3 Star
ETB 3 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 18
Number Ensuite: 18
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Awards: 1 Rosette

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Sample Menu:

Amuse Bouche

Celeriac `Espresso¢ with Chamomile

To Start

Risotto of Pigs Cheek, Nettles and Marjoram

Potato Velouté, Flacked Huss, Vanilla and Honey

Chargrilled Melon, Sweet and Sour Tomatoes, Basil Salad

Seared Lyne Bay Scallop

Ravioli of Fungi and Onion Caramel

(£4.00 Supplement)

Squab Pigeon

With Confit Turnip, Prunes, Cured Fois Gras and Tonka Bean Emulsion

(£4.00 Supplement)


New Season Strawberry Sorbet

Main Course

Saddle of Brecon Venison,

Pickled Peach and Fois Gras Quiche

Roast Sweet Spiced Whitby Cod,

Cepé Cream, Salsify, Red Wine Fish Sauce

Rump of Swaledale Lamb, Stewed Prunes, Pear Purée

Assiette of British Beef

with Young Vegetables and Port Jus

(£7.00 Supplement)

Seared Wild Bass, Sweet Shallot and Goats Cheese Tatin, Sautéed Rock Lobster

(£7.00 Supplement)

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