Gisborough Hall

Whitby Lane, Guisborough, North Yorkshire, England, TS14 6PT, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $142.00
 

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Northumberland County at Crook

A travel blog entry by snealy

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... all take a turn at Captaining the team and taking full responsibility for the game. The keepers have all had a session with a specialist wicket keeper over here, Jack had a session on Monday and got a lot out of it, it's very different keeping on turf than it is on synthetic at home so they are learning some great new skills.

We have settled in to the Honest Lawyer, very impressed that we gave them ...

Back to Durham

A travel blog entry by snealy

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After our 3 busy days in London it was time to go "home". We navigated the tube and Kings Cross Station like pros today, pretty good seeing as 3 days ago I was standing in the middle of Kings Cross station so overwhelmed I wanted to cry! The tube is a nightmare in peak hour and we had to switch trains with all our stuff, was hard work. I queued up and got my Platform 9 3/4 photo! We were pleased to get our little car back, we ...

Day 6 - Market day then off to Durham

A travel blog entry by c895868

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... let me tell you the grub doesn't rate.
Into the market square in Selby for a look around, a typical country town market. So it was a very quick stop. Nice little department store called Wetherill's across the road. I can see Sue making a beeline for this place. I didn't know old Jay's family was in the retail business?.
Next stop was the York Designer Outlet Mall. Sue was in her element here.....lucky for me there was a good coffee shop with free wifi....what ...

Seaside & Rather Interesting People

A travel blog entry by samplum

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After spending 2 nights in beautiful Badwell Ash, it was very different getting to seaside Scarborough. Our hotel was high up on a cliff overlooking the sea. When we got there, I knocked and knocked and knocked but nobody answered. Eventually I went down to the basement to speak to a lady through her window. She was a bit cross with me and shooed me back upstairs to ring the doorbell which I had obviously not seen earlier. ...

Scarborough

A travel blog entry by clarkefamily

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... the machines than what the prize was worth. Only Eryn and Isabel won, Rachel had to give up, hers was costing way over the £5 it was going to give her as a prize.

After the girls gambling we headed towards Scarborough Castle. The castle is on a cliff top overlooking the bays. Fabulous views from the castle. The Keep was built by Henry ll in the 12th century. There were ...

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Gisborough Hall Guisborough

    Overpriced and stuffy.

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    Booked through Laterooms. Got a deal price. Just as well as it's not worth paying full rate. Rooms and corridors ridiculously hot. It was a very hot day but no fans available from reception. No replacement TV remote batteries available. One of beers had run out - no more. Some items on breakfast menu not available. 2 credit card charge.

    This hotel is in a beautiful setting and is a grand old house. But for a four star hotel and at these prices the service and attention to detail must be improved. Disappointing!

    Lovely hotel, service slow but friendly

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    We stayed there over a weekend, arriving on Friday and leaving on Sunday. We'd been to the hotel 2 years ago in the winter, and we wanted to return to see if it had retained the charm it had then.

    Very highly recommended

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    Fantastic hotel, lovely location. Superior rooms with lovely furnishings, a huge bathroom with seperate shower cubicle, Penhaligan toiletries and bathrobes. Fresh milk in the fridge for tea and coffee and a little decanter of sherry were all nice finishing touches.

    The restaurant was excellent, the bar and lounge relaxing, and all the staff we encountered were polite and nothing was too much trouble.

    The hotel is about 20 miles from Whitby, making it a good base for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors and Coast.

    I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel and intend to visit again myself soon.

    Pretty

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    Very pretty setting, room large, clean and comfortable. Breakfast wonderful but dinner choice limited. Bar snacks large and tasty. Staff extremely helpful. Nothing to do there tho, pity no pool area etc. Poured with rain whole time we there soaked outside so ended up watching movies in room. Clientele seemed mainly older folks. Couldn't use conservatory either night as wedding/summer ball in progress.

    Highly recommend, wonderful hotel

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    We have stayed here 4 times in the last 6 months and cannot fault it. The setting is marvellous with beautiful countryside all around. The staff go out of their way to be hospitable and the rooms are well decorated and fitted and immaculate. The breakfast and meals are of a high standard and generous. The hotel provides excellent value for money. We hope to visit it many more times.

    Exceeded our expectations

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    Excellent weekend break which exceeded our expectations. Sometimes old country house hotels can be a bit "tired" and in need of a facelift. However at the other extreme, when taken over by a chain they can become too corporate and "samey". Neither was the case here, so we were delighted with Gisborough Hall. It is beautifully refurbished but still very friendly and homely with a personal touch. We felt very welcome and at home throughout our stay.

    Not Very Child Friendly

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    I went to this hotel for a weekend break in February 2006 for my birthday. Be warned, this hotel has a restaurant which is not child friendly. Our daughter is nearly 8 and I felt like we were aliens in the hotel. On arrival we were told we had to eat at 6.30pm - when the restaurant opened. I complained and was told these were the rules. This should have been explained when we booked. It completely spoiled my birthday. I do not like being dictated to when I am the paying client. Also, room was not particularly clean, dust everywhere. We were there the same weekend as a wedding and there were empty bottles and vomit in the grounds. I complained in writing and have not received the courtesy of a response. Wouldn't go again.

    Wonderful

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    Fantastic staff and a lovely atmosphere make a stay at this hotel a real pleasure.

    Fabulous hotel

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    Wonderful first class luxury period hotel - fabulous rooms all individually decorated with fine features and in excellent condition - wonderful food in the restaurant for dinner and breakfast - top quality ingredients - nicest breakfast I have ever had away from home - this is a luxury hotel with the best possible service from friendly professional welcoming staff - it is a delight to stay at this hotel whenever I am in the area - I fully recommend a stay at Gisborough Hall for pleasure or business - it is beautiful!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Gisborough Hall Guisborough

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding