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Ox Pasture Hall, Scarborough, North Yorkshire

"Chic, Stylish & Unique ... Luxury Hotel"

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Ox Pasture Hall is stunningly located in 17 acres of its own landscaped gardens and grounds, nestled amongst the meadows and woodlands of the magnificent North York Moors National Park, yet is only 2 miles from Scarborough. Ox Pasture Hall is one of today's new breed of luxury country house hotel, a warm and welcoming country house retreat where you will be looked after from the moment you arrive, until the time comes to tear yourself away.

Ox Pasture Hall, Scarborough

This smart boutique hotel offers a relaxed and stylish ambience, luxury accommodation and first class service. Here you will discover extreme comfort, the fruits of a thoughtful kitchen and a beautiful setting which is second to none.

All rooms are finished to the highest standards, with ground floor rooms set around a beautiful wisteria clad garden courtyard. Other rooms in the main hall overlook the manicured gardens, which are uniquely framed against the backdrop of Raincliffe woods.

All our bedrooms and bathrooms have just been refurbished. Bathrooms have been finished with a natural stone tile which adds to that special feel. All bedrooms are equipped with all the modern equipment and conveniences you would expect from a luxurious country house hotel.

Information for walkers

The North York Moors National Park offers a wide range of walks for all abilities with a wonderful contrast between the high moors and the rugged coastline. The moorlands offer some very challenging routes far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. These walks often require high level of skills in navigation and outdoor skills.

In contrast the National Park offers many shorter and less strenuous routes that take in rural villages, quiet country lanes, pretty countryside and sections of the coastal footpath.

Two long distance trails are also within easy reach. The Coast To Coast National Trail, designed by Alfred Wainwright, crosses England from St Bees in Cumbria to Robin Hood's Bay in North Yorkshire and provides the basis for some excellent circular day walks. Of more local interest is the Cleveland Way National Trail that winds its way through the North York Moors National Park and the surrounding area. Again the trail offers a basis for some excellent circular walks.

 

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