Hackness Grange is a 19th Century Grade II Georgian Manor that pairs period features with elegant style. Set in 17 acres of beautifully manicured grounds situated on the edge of the North York Moors, the woodlands are thriving with wildlife and the lake is home to wild ducks and geese.
The village of Hackness nestles under the brow of hills forming the Derwent valley and is surrounded by acres of farmland. The local church can trace its own story back to 680AD, the same year that the Abbess Hilda of Whitby founded a monastery at the side of the lake as a retreat for the monks and nuns from Whitby.
The River Derwent runs alongside the hotel which is perfect for a spot of trout fishing. Or visitors sometimes prefer to test their skills with a game of lawn croquet.