Stirred not shaken

Relax in front of a roaring fire blazing in the Music Room’s massive inglenook fireplace while you sip an authentic 1930’s cocktail and gaze in wonder at the lofty interior with its gold and silver wall decorations, bronze and etched-glass light fittings, and elaborate plasterwork – you could be on a thirties’ ocean liner.

Seated one day at the organ

Surely one of the most impressive 1930s’ interiors in Yorkshire, the Music Room once housed a huge organ which Mr Blackstone played for the delight of his assembled guests. Unfortunately, the organ has long since gone – but has been replaced with the current owner’s extensive decorative art and architecture library. Guests can learn more about the Art Deco style, play a game of snooker or perhaps enjoy just one more cocktail!


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Fine dining

At the sound of the gong, guests are invited into the oak panelled dining room where you take your place at the impressive table to enjoy some of the best Yorkshire home cooking using only the finest locally-sourced ingredients.

Sleep perchance to dream

Later retire to your spacious bedroom where you can bathe in splendour in an original Art Deco bathroom. The house can be booked exclusively for four to ten guests, occupying the five bedrooms, one en-suite, with family bathroom and separate WC.