The Grade II listed mansion is home to the hotel reception, elegant lounges and the Brasserie32 restaurant (opened in May 2021). Four historic suites, 20 historic rooms, 11 standards and five singles are also located here. Accommodation that’s south-facing looks over the outdoor terrace where there are three private dining pods and seating warmed by fire pits and patio heaters.
The suites and rooms are in keeping with the date of the house with original period features such as fireplaces and sash windows. They’re set a distance from the main restaurant and show lounge so not suitable for guests with walking difficulties. Some of the corridors are narrow and have steps.
Ingleby Suite, Wharfedale Suite, Bronte Suite and Nidderdale Suite have dedicated car parking. Two of the historic rooms are on the ground floor (192 and 193). Historic Rooms 1, 4, 10, 11, 26, 31, 32, 192 and 193 also have allocated parking.