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Wrangham House
Wrangham House Hotel

North Yorkshire

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Wrangham House is an 18th Century Georgian country house hotel located n the pretty village of Hunmanby in North Yorkshire. Wrangham House offers comfortable; traditional accommodation and hospitality. It is a family run country house hotel with twelve individually styled ensuite rooms.

The village of Hunmanby; is close to Filey on the east coast of Yorkshire. It is just 8 miles away from the seaside town of Scarborough. It makes an excellent base if you were exploring the North Yorkshire moors. Other activities on the doorstep include golf; bird watching; walking the Wolds Way; or visiting one of the many picturesque villages; stately homes and gardens in the area.

Wrangham house is an 18th Century Georgian country house hotel and was formerly the vicarage; with the local church next door. It is a Grade 11 listed building and maintains much of its original charm and character. There is a very comfortable lounge; a cosy sitting room with a well stocked bar; both with log fires in the winter. It stands in 2.5 acres of beautiful secluded wooded gardens and the hotel has a private; secure car park at the rear.

Wi-Fi- Internet access available.

Please Note: Check In is between 15:00 & 21:00. Please contact the hotel if you require an early or late check in. Check Out is 11:00. Children are welcome; there is a supplement for a child’s breakfast. We can accept pets by prior arrangement. We are a no smoking establishment.

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