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Feversham Arms Hotel
1 High Street
North Yorkshire

YO62 5AG | View map

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The Feversham Arms Hotel and Verbena Spa was originally an old coaching inn and was rebuilt and renamed in 1855 by the Earl of Feversham. You'll find our staff friendly and naturally welcoming. The decor is electic, a mixture of old traditional comfy furniture with modern art and facilities.

With 27 bedrooms (the majority Suites) and a further 6 Suites due for completion in Oct 08 this relaxing hotel is the place for a romantic hide-away break in the country. The Verbena Spa is due to open in Oct 08 too, 7 single and 1 double treatment rooms all located via a link bridge from the hotel. The spa has a luxury wet suite with outdoor hot tub and a south facing sun terrace too.

Each bedroom has its own character, no one bedroom is the same, each with Bang & Olufsen TV, integral CD and DVD player and a selection of each in the room. Every room has a table for room service Breakfast, which comes as standard. Bathrooms have speakers for background music, L'Occitaine toiletries and big, soft towels.

The restaurant boast excellent food, 2 rosette standard with Al a Carte and Tasting Menus available.

A heated outdoor pool, snug bar, welcoming fireside lounges makes this place - one you'll never forget!

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