The Gisborough Hall Hotel

At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Break

    This historic hotel offers a range of spa treatments and therapies, although there is no gym or pool.

  • Local attractions

    Local Activities

    The Gisborough Hall Hotel is a forty minute drive from Whitby and the coast, while North Yorkshire is also home to many historic houses, abbeys, and national trust gardens.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Set on the edge of the North York moors, The Gisborough Hall Hotel enjoys picturesque views of surrounding woodland and Cleveland Hills.

  • Restaurant

    Restaurant

    The hotel’s Chaloner’s Restaurant has been awarded two AA Rosettes for its locally sourced, seasonal menu.

Location

The Gisborough Hall Hotel

The Gisborough Hall Hotel Whitby Lane, Gisborough North Yorkshire
TS14 6PT

Spa & Leisure

The Revival Zone Spa invites guests into a world of soft music and candlelight, set against a backdrop of scenic Yorkshire views and rural quiet. It is a location that is all about indulgence and relaxation inside, devoting the grounds and outdoor activities to more energetic pursuits.

Alongside a relaxation room and sauna, the spa offers a collection of treatments using a combination of Elemis and Jessica products. They also offer finishing touches, and a number of specialised therapies, including Hot Stone Therapy, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Hopi Ear Candling.

Hotel & Accommodation

On the edge of the North York moors, The Gisborough Hall Hotel is a historic, four star country house hotel, with an ivy-clad exterior and views of extensive grounds, woodland, and surrounding Cleveland Hills. The hotel has 70 rooms and suites set across the main house and the Woodlands Wing, varying from classic design and four-poster beds, to more contemporary soft furnishings.

Dining here is all about fresh ingredients and a friendly atmosphere, with the added bonus of two AA Rosettes to attest to the quality of the food at Chaloner’s Restaurant. Alternatively, there is the contemporary G Bar and Bistro, while all those bits in between such as morning coffee and afternoon tea can be enjoyed in the Drawing Room, Main Hall or on the Terrace in the summer time.