The State Rooms
If you are looking for a unique escape from everyday life, for a truly bespoke experience designed to suit you, then you've come to the right place. You could take a leisurely stroll around our 12 acres of beautifully landscaped private gardens, enjoy lunch of afternoon tea in our atmospheric Jacobean Library, flop down with a good book in The Princess Mary Drawing Room or dine in our elegant Dining Room. The choice is yours.
The Jacobean Library
Covered in 17th-century oak-panelling and with its elaborately painted plaster ceiling, this room is both warm and atmospheric. It's perfect for a before-dinner drink in front of a roaring log fire. The Library leads out into the outside terrace through the conservatory bar, but there's no need to get up, lunch, afternoon tea, or drinks will be brought to you as you relax.
The Princess Mary Drawing Room
The Princess Mary Drawing Room is bright and airy with the sun streaming through the three vast double aspect windows, perfect for grabbing a book and relaxing by the fire. The room itself dates back to the 1750s when architect John Carr of York and designer Robert Adam remodelled it and has an original Adam marble fireplace. Order afternoon tea by the fire, drinks or lunch.
The Drawing room has been named after HRH Princess Mary, the Queen's Aunt, who lived at Goldsborough Hall throughout the 1920s.
The Dining Room
East facing, this room captures the morning and lunchtime sun, bathing it in light. This room doubles as a breakfast room in the morning and the Dining Room in the evening. Remodelled in the 1750s by Robert Adams, it retains many of its 18th-century features, including the triumphal Adam’s pillars either side of the bay and the decorative cornices.
Royal Afternoon Tea
Goldsborough Hall's Royal Afternoon Tea, including a tour of the gardens, is a magical way to spend the afternoon.
Why not make it an extra special occasion by adding a glass or two of Champagne?Read more...
A lighter choice
For lunch why not choose our delicious Lunch Menu? Served in The Orangery, on the Terrace or enjoy in the comfort of your room.More info...
Sunday 1st April 2018
What a lovely way to celebrate Easter with Sunday lunch or Afternoon Tea at Goldsborough Hall. Sunday lunch is served in the Orangery between 12.00 and 3.00pm with a menu created from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients by our head chef Adam Thur.Read more...
at Goldsborough Hall
1st April - 16th April 2018
With a special Easter trail, brunch served until 12 noon and a 'Children Stay Free' offer, there is more than one way to enjoy Goldsborough Hall this Easter.Read more...