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Easby Hall
Luxury Bed and Breakfast
Yorkshire Dales, UK
Champagne Suite, ultimate luxuryChampagne Suite, ultimate luxury
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Easby Hall

Built in 1729 as a classic Georgian country house in a charming hamlet just one mile outside of Richmond, North Yorkshire, Easby Hall was significantly extended in the late 19th Century to accommodate a ballroom and generously sized dancing hall and staircase. With impossibly romantic views of the remains of 12th Century Easby Abbey (or the Abbey of St Agatha), the River Swale and the charming Georgian market town of Richmond, Easby Hall is probably more glamorous, certainly more luxurious and indisputably as or more comfortable than many a boutique country house hotel.

With its separate bed and breakfast wing, offering guests total privacy, and glorious gardens and views, Easby Hall sets a new benchmark in luxury bed and breakfast within walking distance of Richmond, gateway to the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.

Your Hosts

John and Karen met and married in Hong Kong where John worked in retail banking and Karen ran an international publishing business. After twenty years' working in Asia, they returned to Karen’s home county of Yorkshire and bought Easby Hall in 2004. The house has been restored with extraordinary attention to style, quality and detail and with exquisite taste, in order to create a beautiful family home with a wing for the exclusive use of bed and breakfast guests.

Address

Easby Hall
Easby
Richmond
North Yorkshire
DL10 7EU

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The Abbey

With the most outstanding view in the entire Hall, the Abbey Room enjoys a glorious vista across to the Abbey, St Agatha's church and the River Swale beyond from the beautiful triptych window. This room has been carefully assembled from 'found' pieces inspired by vintage Mulberry fabric – 'Flying Ducks'. The drapes capture the staggering beauty of landscape which fills this room with special delight for those who value an astonishing view and a love of literature and architecture. The en suite shower room has a fabulous Makti shower and glowing teal blue tiles and 'shabby chic' wainscoting.

Accommodation Available

Up to 2 Guests can sleep here.

Super King/Twin Beds [180-210 cm wide]

Rates

£216 per night.

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Champagne Suite

The romantically named Champagne Suite offers a glorious four poster bed, swathed in fine voile curtains, with oodles of velvet throws and cushions to complete the look – not forgetting the famous Philippe Starck ghost chairs. Its enormous ensuite bathroom, with bold Designers Guild wallpaper, offers both double ended egg bath and a walk in Makti shower. 

Accommodation Available

Up to 2 Guests can sleep here.

Four Poster Bed [150 cm wide]

Rates

£216 per night.

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Courtyard Suite

With a pretty open fire, the Courtyard Suite on the first floor oozes calm with liquid velvet curtains and bed coverings in hues of citrine and mauve. The beautifully appointed bathroom with slipper bath and walk in Makti shower is elegantly decorated in the softest of yellows and greys with voile curtains and polished wood floors.

Accommodation Available

Up to 2 Guests can sleep here.

Super King/Twin Beds [180-210 cm wide]

Rates

£216 per night.

Book Now

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Accommodation

An elegant country house with finely proportioned Georgian origins, Easby Hall provides what can only be described as 'absolutely fabulous' bed and breakfast accommodation. Huge super king size beds with top quality pocket sprung mattresses, goosedown toppers and exquisite linens, throws and pillows in glamorous bedrooms with designer wallpapers, glorious fabrics and amazing bathrooms. The Abbey and Courtyard Suite can also be made up as twin beds.

Easby Hall offers truly sumptuous, sophisticated and romantic bed and breakfast in a breathtaking and uniquely atmospheric setting. Moreover, it is the perfect destination to take friends and family for that very special occasion. Easby Hall is also available as the ultimate in romantic wedding venue.

  • Choose one of the three sumptuous and distinctly individual bedrooms, each with super king size bed, a clever combination of fine Georgian and contemporary furniture, open fire or woodburner and silent mini fridge to chill the champagne
  • The romantically named Champagne Suite offers a glorious four poster bed, swathed in fine voile curtains, with oodles of velvet throws and cushions to complete the look – not forgetting the famous Philippe Starck ghost chairs. Its enormous ensuite bathroom, with bold Designers Guild wallpaper, offers both double ended egg bath and a walk in Makti shower
  • With a pretty open fire, the Courtyard Suite on the first floor oozes calm with liquid velvet curtains and bed coverings in hues of citrine and mauve. The beautifully appointed bathroom with slipper bath and walk in Makti shower is elegantly decorated in the softest of yellows and greys with voile curtains and polished wood floors
  • And finally, the Abbey, famed for its views. With Mulberry ‘Flying Duck’ curtains, its calm tones of soft green and burnt yellow blend seamlessly with the scene below where abundant wildlife goes about its daily life. A lovely ensuite with Matki shower completes the room
  • Whilst your champagne is chilling in the fridge, take tea and homemade cake in front of a roaring fire in the drawing room, in high summer, in The Hut, a rather special 'summerhouse' in the garden
  • After a fabulous night's sleep, take a leisurely breakfast in the elegant breakfast room, flooded with morning sunlight
  • Go for a wander - the view, the three gardens of Easby Hall - Abbey, Walled and Kitchen and Cutting - and soak up the tranquillity which sets the tone for your stay in this very special place
  • Take your book and relax in The Hut with open fire and views of the house and garden
  • Play a game of crocquet on the lawn overlooking the abbey remains
  • If booking all the bedrooms at Easby Hall, take dinner in the elegant and spacious drawing room where the table will be laid in true style and the menu planned well in advance

Food and Drink

Inhouse Cuisine: Breakfast – of your choice and sourced so far as possible from Easby Hall's own organic fruit and vegetable garden – can be taken in the elegant Breakfast Room. Choose between cereals and fresh fruit juices and smoothies, a full English breakfast with home laid eggs and Yorkshire bacon, smoked salmon and scrambled eggs or pancakes and French toast. All preserves are homemade with some exotic combinations - choose from raspberry and passion fruit, blackcurrant and cassis, strawberry and pelargonium, gooseberry and elderflower.

Eating Out: Easby Hall can recommend a variety of dining options from country pub to a new breed of Yorkshire foodie destinations recommended by The Good Food Guide. For parties of six or more taking all of the luxury bed and breakfast accommodation, dinner can be pre-ordered and served in the drawing room where the dining table again looks over the abbey remains. 

Where is Easby Hall?

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Location

Richmond

The first of all Richmonds of the world and gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, this market town has it all - with Norman castle, Georgian architecture, cobbled market place, monuments and abbeys, the fast flowing river Swale, and breathtaking scenery. Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Richmond is a town that inspires painters and poets, past and present. 

  • Wander along the River Swale and visit the enchanting Georgian market town of Richmond with its cobbled streets and famous Georgian Theatre
  • Bring your rod and enjoy a peaceful day's fishing on the River Swale in the valley below
  • Explore Richmond Castle, with its breathtaking views of the Yorkshire Dales. Originally built to subdue the unruly North of England, it is one of the greatest Norman fortresses in Britain
  • Stroll through beautiful countryside or take an energetic hike in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. For the truly determined, take on the Coast to Coast
  • Drive across the Yorkshire Dales through iconic villages steeped in history and imbued with the spirit of the Brontë sisters
  • Visit some diverse and beautiful houses and gardens - Kiplin Hall, an handsome Jacobean Hall in a pretty vale between Richmond and Northallerton, Middleham Castle, the childhood home of Richard III, or Palladian Rokeby Park
  • Enjoy a day trip to Harrogate, an historic spa town where the Turkish Baths have been recently restored and reopened. Famous for its flower festivals, Harrogate is also the home to the Great Yorkshire Show, a flagship event in the North of England
  • Play a round of golf at Richmond (Yorks) Golf Club, ' a cracking little golf course in a fabulous rolling parkland setting'
  • Take a tour of Yorkshire's iconic collection of 12th Century abbeys - glorious, atmospheric settings, romantic histories - Easby, Rievaulx, Fountains, Jervaulx, Byland, Whitby and Ampleforth
  • Spend a day at the races - Catterick, Ripon and Thirsk racecourses are all close by
  • Or bring your own horse - Easby Hall offers high quality stabling for guests' horses
  • And, finally, indulge in a night of utter luxury as you walk the Coast to Coast route across 'the grandest territory in the north of England'

Directions

On the map: One mile outside of Richmond, a couple of miles off the A1 arterial and the east/west highway A66, and halfway between London and Edinburgh

By car: Just over halfway between London (244 miles) and Edinburgh (168 miles), straight up (or down) the M1/A1 and just south of Scotch Corner

By train: Only 2.5 hours from London Kings Cross to Darlington, 2 hours from Edinburgh and 30 minutes from Newcastle

By air: To Leeds Bradford International Airport, then rent a car,  Easby Hall is just over 50 miles due north and just off the A1

Address

Easby Hall
Easby
Richmond
North Yorkshire
DL10 7EU

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  • Aldborough Roman Site
  • Arklemoor Riding Centre
  • Bolton Abbey
  • Braithwaite Hall
  • Bramham Park
  • Catterick Golf Club
  • Craven Museum & Gallery
  • Croft Circuit
  • Dales Bike Centre
  • Easby Abbey
  • East Riddlesden Hall
  • Elvington Air Museum
  • Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Water Garden
  • Georgian Theatre Royal
  • Goldsborough Hall
  • Green Howards' Museum
  • Harrogate Golf Club
  • Harrogate's Valley Gardens
  • Head of Steam Museum
  • Jervaulx Abbey
  • Keighley Golf Club
  • Kettlewell
  • Kilnsey Trekking and Riding Centre
  • Littlethorpe Manor
  • Malham Cove
  • Malham Tarn and Moor
  • Markenfield Hall
  • Middleham Castle
  • Moulton Hall
  • National Rail Museum Shildon
  • Parcevall Hall Gardens
  • Richmond
  • Richmond (Yorks) Golf Club
  • Richmond Castle
  • Ripon Cathedral
  • Ripon City Golf Club
  • Romanby Golf & Country Club
  • Rustique Richmond
  • Settle to Carlisle Steam Railway
  • Shoulder of Mutton
  • Sion Hill Falconry
  • Sion Hill Hall
  • Skipton Castle
  • Skipton Golf Club
  • Swaledale Woollens
  • The Angel Inn
  • The Black Sheep Brewery
  • The Blue Lion
  • The Bull, a Ribble Valley Inn
  • The Cover Bridge Inn
  • The Dales
  • The Devonshire Health Barn
  • The Heifer
  • The Himalayan Garden and Sculpture Park
  • The Morritt
  • The Oak Tree Inn
  • The Raby Hunt
  • The Wyvill Arms
  • Thirsk & Northallerton Golf Club
  • Thorp Perrow Arboretum
  • Upper Wharfedale
  • Wensleydale Creamery
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park
  • Yorkshire Gliding Club
  • Yorkshire Outdoors

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