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Nestled between the North Yorkshire moors and the famous northern coastal town of Whitby, Grinkle Park offers an elegant 4* country house setting from which you can explore all the area has to offer. The hotel's 21 bedrooms combine traditional 4* luxury with contemporary comforts while the Conyers restaurant offers elegant dining, all set within lush grounds that are bursting with colour and character.
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3 Special Offers for this hotel.
Classic Country Break - classic double
From £79 pppn for a 5 night stay, to £89.50 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Classic Double room and receive:
- Bottle of chilled sparkling in the room on arrival
- Two course dinner for two in the first night (value £30pp)
- Full English breakfast
- Late check out till midday
There are 3 special offers to choose from for this hotel.
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- Located between the coast and the moors, ideal for exploring North Yorkshire
- Just 21 individually styled bedrooms
- 35 acres of private grounds
- Private dining pods
- 3 self-contained cottages
- Set in a traditional 3000 acre country estate
The Grinkle Park estate is home to the Roxby Shoot, with the hunting season running from mid-September to January.
How to find Grinkle Park
Good to know
Hotel check-in time:3:00 PM
Hotel check-out time:11:00 AM
Conyers restaurant offers breakfast and dinner
Afternoon tea is served 2pm - 5pm on selected days in the Camelia or terrace
All day dining is available in the lounge
There is ample free parking for guests
All bedrooms are located on the first floor and, unfortunately, the hotel does not have a lift.
Grinkle Park is surrounded by 35 acres of parkland and gardens, and boasts many varieties of azalea and rhododendron which look stunning in full flower in spring and early summer.
History of the hotel
The Grinkle Estate belonged for centuries to the Conyers-Middleton family and its descendants. The “seat" of Grinkle was then an old Hall Mansion House. During the Industrial Revolution of the nineteenth century the North East of England saw many changes and Grinkle did not escape these. One of the great Industrialists of the time, Sir Charles Mark Palmer, whose influence on the area was enormous, was to bring great changes to Grinkle. In 1881 the old mansion of Grinkle was demolished and Alfred Waterhouse was commissioned to build a house befitting the wealthy, and now titled landowner, Sir Charles Palmer. Over the entrance porch the arms of the Palmer family can still be found.
Grinkle Park was converted into a hotel in 1947 and became a country retreat for many a weary traveller.
Dogs are permitted in a limited number of rooms
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