Here you can enjoy heather filled moors, scenic dales and the spectacular Yorkshire coast, all within a few miles of this superb luxury hotel close to Whitby.
Ox Pasture Hall Hotel offers a haven for peace and respite from the frantic pace of modern day life. Here you can relax, rejuvenate and soothe away the stresses of everyday life at this wonderful luxury spa hotel which is perfect for a relaxing Midweek Break
, Weekend Break, Romantic Break
or Luxury Short Break for people visiting the Whitby area
Short breaks at Ox Pasture Hall Hotel are a great way to get re-energised and recharge your batteries. Here you can experience the 'best of both worlds', with a coast and countryside break at the same hotel. Ox Pasture Hall Country House Hotel is located inside the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, yet is only a short drive to Whitby.
Ox Pasture Hall Hotel has a great selection of short break offers available, choosing from classic doubles, deluxe bedrooms, four posters and a choice of luxury suites, all providing home comforts and those special touches that makes your short break, one to remember.
If the room type you are looking for is not showing on one of our special short break offers, please give us a call on 01723 365 295 (or email: firstname.lastname@example.org) and we would be pleased to quote for your exact requirements. All room types may be available, but not all show on our special offers.
Ox Pasture Hall Hotel is the perfect base for exploring the magnificent North Yorkshire Moors, Whitby, Scarborough and the stunning sights and scenery of the rugged Yorkshire Coast. This stunning luxury country house hotel & spa is widely regarded as the best of all the Yorkshire coast hotels and is perfect for a luxury hotel break in the Yorkshire coast area of North Yorkshire.
Whitby and Scarborough have a great selection of activities and attractions.
Whitby is a popular and historic seaside town, port and civil parish in the Borough of Scarborough on the Yorkshire Coast. Whitby has a combined maritime, mineral and tourist heritage, and is home to the ruins of Whitby Abbey, where Caedmon the earliest English poet lived. Whitby fishing port emerged during the Middle Ages and developed important herring and whaling fleets. Whitby was also where Captain Cook learned seamanship.
For over 360 years Scarborough has been a holiday resort. Scarborough Castle dominates the harbour, beaches and the elegant Victorian Esplanade. Scarborough North Beach has been awarded a Blue Flag for high environmental standards and safety facilities, whilst Scarborough South Beach with its golden sands, attracts many visitors with its backdrop of shops and traditional seaside entertainment. Scarborough is most visited seaside town on the Yorkshire Coast