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Hackness Grange
Scarborough
North Yorkshire

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This grand Georgian Country House Hotel in Scarborough is set in acres of private grounds on the edge of the North York Moors National Park.Surrounded by woodland and overlooking its own tranquil lake, Hackness Grange Country House Hotel is a haven of peace and quiet.Built in the 18th century, this classic English Manor House provides the perfect retreat from the trials of everyday life. Surrounded by the endless scenery of England’s most beautiful county – from the heather filled Moors and scenic Dales to the spectacular Yorkshire heritage coastline – you can choose make your break as active, or relaxing, as you like.Just minutes away and from the hotel you can explore the unique Yorkshire countryside with probably the best walks in Yorkshire, made famous by the stories of James Herriot, and the Yorkshire television series ‘Heartbeat’, or take a trip into the iconic seaside town of Scarborough, the home of ITV’s ‘The Royal’ and hit film ‘Little Voice’ staring Michael Caine.

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