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Grinkle Park Hotel
Grinkle Park Hotel


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Tel code: 01287 | code search
Postcode: TS13 | code search
Population: 120
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Grinkle Park Hotel
"A beutifully Quiet retreat in superb grounds, Welcoming Staff and Superb cousine all in all a very very nice stay many thanks to all the staff.

Date visited: 02/11/2005 ..." More

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The village of Easington in North Yorkshire sits on the northern edge of the North York Moors National Park, some three miles from the rugged North Sea Coast. There has been a village here since at least early Saxon times the name means farmstead of the sons or relatives of Esa and it appears in the Domesday Book of 1089 as part of the manor of nearby Loftus. The Church of All Saints Easington, a Victorian gothic structure, has antecedents going back to pre-Norman times, the old church being rebuilt in 1772, and that version in turn being replaced in 1888. The village of Easington itself has a pleasant pub, the Tiger, and the fine accommodation of Grinkle Park, an ancient pile rebuilt in 1883. The area has plenty to offer for walkers: the Cleveland way runs close by, and the village of Boulby just a quick hike to the north of Easington has the highest cliffs in England, at 679 feet above sea level. But most visitors will use the village as the base for exploring the North York Moors to the south of Easington and Whitby a 13 mile drive along the A174. The pretty fishing village of Staithes a couple of miles along the road towards Whitby should not be rushed past, however, as it certainly repays a stop.

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Townend Farm Bed & Breakfast (0.27 miles)

Set in its own grounds at the gateway to the North Yorkshire Moors National park. Our location provides the ideal opportunity to visit the many fantastic Natural, Historic and Famous places that National park is ... More | visit website
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Grinkle Park Hotel (1.85 miles)

Grinkle Park Hotel

Set in 35 acres of unspoilt parkland between the coast and North Yorkshire moors. Perfect location for the 'get away from it all' holiday, wedding and conference.

The entrance hall, with its open fire, echoes the ... More | visit website

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Staithes Cottages (2.35 miles)

Staithes Cottages
A selection of nine beautiful holiday cottages in the picturesque village of Staithes, North Yorkshire. These peaceful self catering cottages 10 miles north of Whitby set in some of the most picturesque countryside and unspoilt stretches ... More | visit website
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The Arches (3.29 miles)

The Arches

The Arches offers a relaxing environment and overlooks spectacular views of cliffs and golf course. All the rooms are individually furnished, with ensuite bathrooms.

The accommodation is excellent for ramblers exploring the Heritage Coast Trail ... More | visit website

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Hunley Hall Golf Club & Hotel (3.63 miles)

Hunley Hall Golf Club & Hotel
Situated near Middlesbrough, Stockton and Whitby, Hunley Boasts, hotel has recently refurbished public areas,stunning views of the North Yorkshire Coast, a championship golf course and offers locally sourced food, friendly attentive service and complimentary WiFi.

After ... More | visit website
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Cliffemount Hotel (4.16 miles)

Cliffemount Hotel

This very special country house by the sea, offers spectacular sea views, relaxation, comfort and the finest dining experience.
Imagine yourself arriving at our unique luxury hotel, perched on the cliff-top above Runswick Bay. Take in ... More | visit website

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The Spa Hotel (5.29 miles)

The Spa Hotel

The Spa Hotel, with 28 restored traditional style en-suite bedrooms, is prominently situated overlooking the sea with unrivalled panoramic views of Hunt Cliff, the North Sea and beautiful surrounding countryside.Enjoy a relaxing drink in Ridley's ... More | visit website

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Duke of Wellington Inn (6.10 miles)

Duke of Wellington Inn
An attractive 18th century ivy-clad inn located in the tranquil village of Danby at the heart of the North York Moors.

Owned since 1999 by Grant Douglas, the timber-beamed bars and open fire create a warm ... More | visit website
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The Fox and Hounds (6.46 miles)

The Fox and Hounds
This fine establishment has returned back to traditional family values and is run by the Firbanks, a local family with extensive knowledge of the area having lived here for generations. The four of them ... More | visit website

The Ship Inn (7.41 miles)

We are a family owned and ran business and strive hard to offer good food, accommodation, live music and events in a relaxing atmosphere. You have a wide selection of food to choose prepared by our ... More

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