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Hotels in Helmsley

Black Swan
Market Place
Helmsley
North Yorkshire

YO62 5BJ | View map
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The Black Swan at Helmsley is a historic inn, turned boutique hotel. Its varied exterior, with its black & white timbered, Elizabethan and Georgian elements, portrays a rich history dating back to the C15th. Right in the heart of one of the North Yorks Moors’ prettiest villages, the hotel is smartly appointed, blending antiques with classic contemporary design.

Yorkshire is renowned as being a county which produces some of the finest foods in the UK and nowhere is this recognised more than at Helmsley’s Black Swan Hotel. The acclaimed 2 AA rosette Rutland Restaurant, which was recently refurbished, offers three distinct menus for dinner, all of which use ingredients sourced from within 30 miles of the hotel wherever possible and change regularly to utilise the best seasonal produce.

For something a little lighter, but no less indulgent, a stay or visit to the Black Swan isn’t complete without soaking up the truly elegant and chic atmosphere the tearoom has to offer. Voted Top Tea Place 2010, the tearoom offers a fantastic selection of light snacks, lunches and afternoon teas as well as a vast selection of teas and coffees.

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