Apr 2018
If you are considering holding an event in Yorkshire, Handpicked Hotels have two properties that may fit the bill! Both of which have been awarded with 4 Red Stars and AA Rosettes:
Crathorne Hall Hotel is a 37 bedroom Edwardian property built in 1906 set in 15 acres of private grounds on the edge of the Yorkshire moors. Located near to Teeside, midway between York and Newcastle, Crathorne Hall Hotel has played host to famous faces in its time from politicians to courted royalty.
Crathorne Hall Hotel in Yorkshire
The Hotel offers 6 meeting rooms; the largest of which is the Drawing Room with a maximum capacity of 120 theatre style. The County Suites have undergone a £4million restoration and refurbishment process; these rooms are 3 interconnecting rooms with a private entrance.
New features include drop down AV equipment, Bluetooth screens and a dedicated refreshment area.
Crathorne Hall Hotel is 2 and ½ hours by rail from London and 2 hours from Edinburgh making it an ideal location to meet from across the country.
Wood Hall Hotel & Spa is 30 minutes from Leeds, Harrogate and York. It is a grand country house set high on a hill which gives it dramatic views over its surroundings, the exact reason it was originally built as a country escape in 1790. The Hotel has a large meeting room, the Vavasour which has a capacity of 100 theatre style; it can be broken down into 2 separate rooms. There are 2 further Boardooms, which can also be used for private dining.
Wood Hall Hotel in Yorkshire
The Hotel has 44 bedrooms, a variety of which are feature rooms.
Hotel bedroom in Yorkshire
There is also the bonus of a small health club offering a Gym, swimming pool, spa pool, steam room and spa with 2 treatment rooms.
Please do go to our website and have a look at the Hotel of the Season feature which is currently showing the Handpicked Hotel group.

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