IN PICTURES: This North Yorkshire hotel has been named Best for Romance at top awards

A luxurious North Yorkshire hotel which boasts a helipad and a marble-clad pool has won a prestigous international award.

Friday, 6th November 2020, 11:36 am
Updated Friday, 6th November 2020, 11:40 am
Grantley Hall

The final word in comfort, the 17th-century, Grade II-listed Grantley Hall only opened in July last year after a painstaking and costly three-year restoration by its Yorkshire-based owner Valeria Sykes.

The immaculate manor house has won Best for Romance at the Condé Nast Johansens annual Awards for Excellence 2021, which celebrates outstanding hotels and venues in the UK and Ireland and across the world.
Grantley Hall's extravagant restoration not only brought the building and extensive grounds back to their original Palladian splendour, it also introduced new, 21st century features including a marble-clad pool, elite fitness facilities, a Japanese garden and a helipad.

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The awards ceremony, which took place virtually this year, praised the winners who have raised the benchmark in luxury travel over the last 12 months.
Located five miles from Ripon and set in incredible Dales scenery, Grantley Hall has 47 stunning bedrooms.
The Three Graces Spa and ELTE wellness facility includes five treatment rooms, an outdoor vitality pool, snow room, cryotherapy chamber, 3D body scanner, eaterie and state-of-the-art fitness suite.