Hotels in Saltburn-by-the-Sea

Hunley Hall Golf Club & Hotel
Ings Lane
Brotton

Saltburn-by-the-Sea
Cleveland and Teesside

TS12 2FT
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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 a wonderful day playing golf or sightseeing, tuck in to traditional English dishes, such as Chargrilled Bream Fillets or Roasted Half Gressingham Duck in Apple Calvados & Cream Sauce, whilst enjoying the scenery. Hunley Hotel is renowned for traditional and imaginative dishes complemented by an extensive wine list. Fresh local produce is transformed into tantalisingly delicious meals; mouthwatering home-made desserts are a house speciality. The restaurant has superb panoramic views across the golf course with the majestic hills providing a dramatic backdrop.

Hunley Hotel is located in a relaxing and tranquil setting midway between the Tees Valley and the picturesque historic fishing port and seaside town of Whitby on the coast of North Yorkshire. The local area boasts many historic attractions, including the nearby Victorian pier and cliff lifts of nearby Saltburn by the Sea, the Guisborough Priory and Whitby’s famous Abbey. The area is also host to family attractions, including the many seaside attractions of Saltburn by the Sea and the popular Flamingoland Theme Park.

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