The North Yorkshire venue – which caused a stir when it opened its doors last July after a multi-million-pound investment – is looking forward to welcoming guests back.
And the team – which includes celebrated British chef, Shaun Rankin – who has a fine dining restaurant at Grantley Hall – are excited to be back in business.
“We were absolutely delighted to welcome guests back,” said General Manager Andrew McPherson.
“Since temporarily closing our doors, our team have been working hard in the background making further improvements to our beautiful hotel, adapting our operations so that we can ensure the safety of both our guests and staff and creating a selection of new and exciting packages for all of our guests to enjoy.
“We have put the necessary measures in place to build trust and confidence with our guests, so that they feel relaxed and can fully enjoy the Grantley experience.”
With the doors to the Great British Staycation now open – here’s WHY TO GO to Grantley Hall.
An exquisite setting that’s a feast for the eyes. Rooms to relax in that ooze luxury and restaurants that offer the most memorable experiences. Grantley Hall offers pure indulgence.
It opened its doors after a lavish, multi-million-pound revamp in 2019 by businesswoman Valeria Sykes – who fell in love with the 17th-century Palladian pile.
Now part of Relais & Châteaux, an elite status which sits independent hotels on a pedestal they belong for their commitment to exceptional guest services, Grantley Hall is five-star in every way.
“We stand for excellence, for experience, for food and for some North Yorkshire charm, said Andrew.
Located on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, only 4 miles from Ripon and 10 miles from Harrogate, Grantley Hall is decadence at its finest.
Outstanding food that creates everlasting memories is at the heart of the Grantley Hall experience – and with four to choose from, there’s something for every palate.
Flagship fine-dining restaurant, Shaun Rankin at Grantley Hall is the real palate pleaser and the menu showcases locally grown and sourced ingredients.
Shaun takes advantage of the herbs and vegetables grown in the Kitchen Garden and uses quality organic meat from nearby farms, speciality cheeses from across the county and fresh seafood from the nearby Yorkshire coast.
His Taste of Home menu at Grantley Hall features dishes reminiscent to his younger years, and Shaun is passionate about using Yorkshire ingredients.
Sunday lunch is a four-course with dishes such as 60-day dry aged wing end of Angus beef, Yorkshire pudding and onion gravy, which is served from the trolley.
OPEN: Wednesday to Saturday for dinner. Sunday for lunch.
PRICE: The Taste of Home menu is available for dinner and starts from £90. Wine pairing from £75. Four-course Sunday Lunch, £65 per head.
Fletchers is the perfect place to enjoy more casual, all day-dining set in a relaxed atmosphere.
The menu, served throughout the day, features British and European flavours, made from the finest locally sourced seasonal produce and designed by head chef Craig Atchinson and his team.
Open seven days a week, Fletchers has a maximum table booking of six people policy.
OPEN: 7 days a week, breakfast from 7.30am to 10.30am; lunch 12noon to 2pm (3pm on Sunday); dinner 6pm to 9pm (10pm Friday and Saturday).
PRICE: Starters from £12.50, mains from £22.50 – both on the lunch and dinner menu.
In the Norton Bar & Courtyard visitors can tuck into ‘Grantley’ fish and chips, with Black Sheep beer batter, caramelised lemon, pommes pont neuf and crushed peas (£24.50); buttermilk chicken, served in a brioche bun, with truffle mayonnaise, gruyere cheese, lamb’s leaf and French fries (£19.50); or lobster linguini with crème fraiche and red chilli (£29.50).
From the josper (an enclosed BBQ style over which chargrills food), expect salt-aged beef fillet (£34); Waterford Farm sirloin steak (£30); herb-fed chicken breast (£28) and grilled native lobster. All are served with roasted roots, fries and red wine jus (excluding the lobster).
OPEN: Daily from 12noon to 6pm.
PRICE: Starters from £12.50, mains from £22.50.
Bar & Restaurant EightyEight offers a unique fusion of Yorkshire produce and far Eastern flavours. Design-led décor is set against the stunning backdrop of ornamental Japanese Gardens. EightyEight is more than just a restaurant – it’s an experience.
Guests can tuck into small plates such as crab cake bao or smoked shiitake dumplings, or larger mains such as salmon, soba noodles or five-spice duck.
OPEN: Monday to Friday, 5pm to 9.30pm, Saturday and Sunday lunch from 12noon to 3pm and dinner from 5pm to 10pm.
PRICE: Small plates from £7, large plates from £19.50.
Comfy, relaxing and ideal for a night, weekend or longer stay away – the bedrooms at Grantley Hall make the perfect escape from your own four walls.
From 17th-century splendor to fireplaces and Italian marble bathroom suites, each of the 47 exquisite rooms and suites at Grantley Hall have been designed to ensure that guests enjoy a fabulous night’s sleep in the most luxurious surroundings.
All room bookings come with a two-hour experience at Three Graces Spa, although currently the thermal rooms are not open until the Government advise otherwise.
PRICE: From £385 bed & breakfast for two people.
From the Shaun Rankin Overnight Stay Package to Spa Retreat, Four Nights For Three or Yorkshire Dales Escape, Grantley Hall has a number of packages available which are ideal for those who want to get away for a night or two – or indulge in a staycation holiday.
PRICES: For all packages and prices, visit Grantley Hall.
Visit the delightful spa town of Harrogate. Take a dip in the thermal spa baths, walk through the lovely Valley Gardens and don’t forget to eat a fat rascal in Bettys Tea Room – a Yorkshire institution.
Explore the small market city of Ripon – with its cobbled market square and impressive Cathedral you can easily spend a few hours soaking up the country charm of this North Yorkshire town.
If you like the fresh air, take a walk to the amazing World Heritage Site and National Trust experience that is Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal. Located only 3 miles from the hotel you can walk there across the fields (maps available from reception), or drive there in less than 5 minutes. You will discover the impressive ruins of a 12th century abbey, a stunning water garden and two cafes to enjoy.
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FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL GRANTLEY HALL ON +44 1765 620070, OR VISIT GRANTLEYHALL.CO.UK