Rudby Hall was built in 1838 for the daughter of King William IV, this now Grade II* listed Georgian mansion rests lusciously amidst the countryside of North Yorkshire, on the fringes of the idyllic moors.
This beautifully maintained and designed authentic Stately Home is a warm and welcoming private home, great for families and friends to enjoy, as well as the possibility to organise a lavish wedding or birthday celebration.
With a spectacularly regal interior and sitting within beautiful grounds, this astounding stately home is the perfect stay for the next celebratory event on your calendar.
The ground floor plays host to the breath-taking living areas, made up of an enormous formal dining room, a function room and a heart-warming sitting room enhanced with a fabulous woodburning stove open fire for when the weather isn't to warm.
Here, you with also find a sublime, fully equipped kitchen with appliances of the highest quality and a charming breakfast table, as well as a fabulous bar area for that much-needed drink or two of an evening.
Rudby Hall's 13 gorgeously furnished bedrooms all are furnished to the most divine standard and all boast excellent access to either private en-suites, all of which are complete in a luxurious and sumptuous fashion.
The master suite beautifully boasts an idyllic balcony with comfortable seating and the most jaw-dropping, far-reaching views of the glorious North Yorkshire Moors.
Head up into the tower of the property to find the secluded final bedroom, the Captain’s Suite is an ideal hideaway for a bit of peace and quiet.
Roam the surrounding grounds during your leisure time when you're not out adventuring.
Hutton Rudby's village centre is a short distance, only a 2 minute drive away, here you will find a handy shop and a Post Office, as well as a selection of pubs to enjoy a drink or a delicious meal.
The surrounding area offers something for all tastes and interests; from the wondrous walking and cycling country of the North York Moors, to the wealth of fabulous towns including Thirsk and Middlesborough, and even the East Yorkshire coast around 30 miles away.
Northallerton is a 20 minutes away, and Darlington 40 minutes away is perfect for direct trains to London.
If you prefer the seaside, Saltburn is also only 20 minutes away, and the lovely seaside town of Whitby is only 40 minutes by car where you can visit the ruined Gothic Whitby Abbey.
If you're flying in from Leeds or Newcastle, Rudby Hall is less than 1 hours drive.
If you are keen walkers, Carlton, Faceby and Swainby are all great destinations to explore, and Cleveland way can be reached in 15 minutes with lots of coast to coast walks.
A beautifully maintained and designed authentic stately home is a warm and welcoming private home, perfect for families and friends as well as the possibility to organise a lavish wedding or birthday celebration.
An incredible, royal holiday home for those big occasions.
Over 3 floors: 13 bedrooms: 13 bathrooms.
First floor: 1 x super king-size with en-suite bath freestanding bath overlooking the view, separate shower, 2 double basin and WC with balcony, 2 x super king-size with en-suite bath, separate shower, basin and WC (one with sofa bed for 2 more guests). 3 x king-size with en-suite shower, basin and WC (one with sofa bed for 2 more guests).
Second floor: 4 x king-size bath, separate shower, basin and WC. 1 x four poster double with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. 1 x family room with two double beds and en-suite shower, basin and WC.
Third floor: 1 x king-size with en-suite bath, separate shower, double basin and WC. 4 x ground ladies/gentlemen bathrooms with basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast table. Aga utility. Dining room for 34 guests. Sitting room with woodburning fireplace, smart TV. Bar.
About the location
Middlesborough 12.5 miles; Thirsk 16 miles; Whitby 35 miles
A pretty village on the northwest fringes of the North York Moors National Park. Hutton Rudby plays host to a convenience store, a Post Office and a choice of pubs, some of which serve food. There is also the Grade II* listed Rudby Hall, just over the River Leven. Close by, keen walkers and cyclists can explore the scenic North York Moors, or enjoy a spot of shopping in the large post-industrial town of Middlesborough, a place bursting with excellent eateries, shops and pubs. A trip south with bring you to the stunning market town of Thirsk, lined with attractive buildings and hosting a popular racecourse. For a trip to the coast, head 35 miles to the popular historic port of Whitby, it offers the dramatic Whitby Abbey, a range of attractions and a glorious stretch of sandy beach.