Built in 1906 on the edge of the Yorkshire Moors, Crathorne Hall is one of the best loved hotels in North Yorkshire and was the largest country house built during the reign of Edward VII.
James Lionel Dugdale laid the foundation stone of Crathorne Hall in December 1903 and his life as an MP meant that many of the distinguished political figures of the day stayed at Crathorne such as Harold Macmillan and Sir Edward Heath.
Enjoy Afternoon Tea in the Drawing Room which includes a glass of Champagne each, delicate finger sandwiches, warm homemade scones with clotted cream, homemade preserves, delicious pastries and tea.
Afternoon Tea is served 3pm to 5:30pm every day
Booking is essential
The Drawing Room
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
Guide dogs only