Win a Stay at the Glorious Crab & Lobster

The award-winning Crab Manor and The Crab & Lobster combine to create an unforgettable experience you will treasure forever.

From Bora Bora in the South Pacific to Mount Nelson in Cape Town, Crab Manor takes you to the most exotic of destinations without ever having to leave North Yorkshire. Each of our 20 rooms are uniquely decorated with artifacts and antiques and are situated either in our 18th Century Georgian Manor, tranquil thatched lodges, Scandinavian pine cabins or our beautifully located garden rooms and luxury suites.

Award winning, generous, unpretentious and prepared to perfection. If you're serious about food, a visit to the highly-acclaimed Crab & Lobster Restaurant is a must. Open since 1991 the 'Crab' offers a wide variety of gourmet dishes, from fresh local seafood to traditional English fare.

With a sun-trapped terrace, bright and airy pavilion, cosy main restaurant and a friendly bar, the Crab & Lobster offers a variety of facilities and settings for all occasions - whether it be a light bite to eat during the day or a romantic candle-lit meal in the evening.

We’re offering a lucky winner a night’s stay in one of our stunning suites, The Hermitage, Shangri-La or The Montauk Beach House. All of which boast huge amounts of space, private Jacuzzis and individual features such as saunas and dressing spaces within each unique themed room. Arrive at your suite to be greeted with a bottle of Champagne and strawberries before enjoying canapes in the beautiful lounge and a hearty Yorkshire breakfast the following day.

To enter the competition draw, complete the form below:

Terms and Conditions:

  1. Deadline for entry is 20th June 2018
  2. Prize includes one night’s stay in a suite of your choice at Crab Manor, Sunday-Thursday with complimentary Champagne and strawberries, breakfast the following day is included.
  3. Prizes are non-negotiable, non-transferable and non-refundable.
  4. No cash alternative is available.
  5. The winner will be selected at random.
  6. The judge’s decision is final.