White Rose Awards 2016
This award is aimed at all small hotels, town houses, country house hotels and boutique hotels with under 35 bedrooms.
Feversham Arms Hotel and Verbana Spa
The Feversham Arms Hotel and Verbena Spa is a luxury retreat, nestled in the picturesque market town of Helmsley in North Yorkshire, the hotel’s secluded location is the perfect hideaway. Cosy yet contemporary, outdoors the hotel boasts a unique Mediterranean terrace and outdoor pool, whilst indoors offers welcoming lounges, open fires and a snug. All 33 bedrooms are tastefully designed with many boasting log burning stoves, balconies and terraces around the pool as well as large living spaces.
As an independent hotel, Herriots Hotel prides itself on those little details and touches that can make all the difference. At Herriots you’ll find the simple things done well; a warm honest welcome, clean, comfortable and relaxing rooms and fantastic food. Situated just 5 minutes’ stroll along the canal path to the centre of the historic market town of Skipton, the hotel is a stone’s throw away from the scenic Yorkshire Dales.
The Pheasant Hotel
The Pheasant Hotel has arguably one of the most beautiful country hotel settings in North Yorkshire overlooking the duck pond in the picturesque village of Harome. Originally converted from what had been a blacksmith's shop, village shop and barns, the Pheasant offers one single and eleven double rooms within the main building - and now The Pheasant Suite and Plum Cottage bringing the total to 16 rooms - are all set around a sheltered courtyard of fruit trees.
The Talbot Hotel
Following a complete restoration of the Grade II listed building, The Talbot Hotel combines classic British design with traditional values of comfort and unobtrusive service, which boasts 26 individually designed bedrooms, landscaped gardens and not to mention a 2 AA Rosette restaurant. In the heart of the North Yorkshire market town, Malton, visitors are spoilt for choice on adventure and activity to do in the local area.
A striking brown-grey limestone Georgian house, Grassington House is one of the area’s most notable buildings, standing over the corner of Grassington market square. It was first converted into a hotel in the early 1900s, and has been lovingly restored. The house retains many of its fine heritage features, but with a thoughtful Grassington House twist – a pop of colour in one room, a free standing roll-top bath in another, each one different, each one a haven of relaxation and peace.