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We stayed with my in-laws for 5 nights due to a wedding nearby. We were greeted with a beautiful selection of home made cakes on arrival which was unexpected.
The owners Karen and John made us feel so welcome , not to mention the other...More
We have just stayed 5 nights here - fantastic! We arrived to a full English tea in the amazing lounge over-looking the hills of Richmond and Easby Abbey ruins. Great start. Each room was beautifully decorated and fitted. The owners have spent so much time...More
We have just returned from a very relaxing and welcoming 2 night break at Easby Hall. What a great location, with stunning views. Only a short ride into Richmond, this was a very welcome Easter break.
We had the Abbey room, with lovely view across...More
We stayed in the Abbey Room for 2 nights to attend the Wedding of our niece. The ceremony was held in St Agatha's Church, just a stone's throw from Easby Hall and the reception was held in the Hall. Firstly, the accommodation and, in particular,...More
We stayed for a two night break at Easby Hall to explore the Yorkshire dales.
What a treat ! The hall was delightful and the views outstanding. The decor, attention to detail, quality and standard was on point.
The welcoming owners John and Karen Clarke...More
I am just checking that my reply reached you as I wasn't sure it was sent. Our internet was playing games yesterday. So, yes, we do allow dogs but like to talk to owners beforehand. So if you could call me... More
I am just checking that my reply reached you as I wasn't sure it was sent. Our internet was playing games yesterday. So, yes, we do allow dogs but like to talk to owners beforehand. So if you could call me (John) or my wife Karen on our landline 01748 826 066 for a chat that would be much appreciated
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"Ground floor rooms were suitable for disabled guests."