Need to know
33, including 20 suites.
11am, but this is flexible, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $127.39 (£100), excluding tax at 20 per cent.
Rates exclude a five per cent service charge, and include full Yorkshire breakfast. Full board rates are available.
Because of its proximity to the hunting-lands of North Yorkshire, the Feversham Arms has a secure gun room for stashing your 12-bore.
At the hotel
Library with a laptop. In-room: Smart TV’s, open fires, balconies and Temple Spa toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
Cosy and contemporary Room 21 is dripping with character, with the original beam running through the ceiling and a huge bathroom with a claw-foot bath. Room 17 is the largest studio double. Rooms 31–36 are more modern in style, the others are classic and countrified. Superstitiously enough, there’s no room 13.
The outdoor pool is set on a lovely garden terrace, with picnic tables and chairs dotted about. It's heated all year round so you can swim even when it snows. You can order from a poolside-dining menu in summertime.
As well as an outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi, the Verbena Spa has expansive heat experience facilities which include an aromatherapy room, salt inhalation chamber, saunarium, monsoon shower, foot spas and a rasul experience. The extensive treatment list includes facials, massages, scrubs, wraps and exfoliations that will leave you rejuvenated head to toe.
No one’s seen dead in these parts without a pair of solid, sturdy wellies for tramping the moors.
There’s a compulsory dinner on Saturdays.
Dogs are welcome and can stay in any rooms apart from Spa suites. Be aware that furry friends aren't allowed in the lounge or restaurant. Just let the hotel know when booking. See more pet-friendly hotels in North Yorkshire.
Cots are provided free; folding z-beds and sofa beds are available. For 4 to 15 year olds, there's an additional cost of £35 a child a night for bed and breakfast. The hotel can recommend a local babysitter, and the restaurant has a children’s menu.
There is an additional cost of £35 per child for bed and breakfast for children aged between 4 and 15. Folding z-beds and sofa beds are available on request and cots are provided for free. The hotel restaurant has a children’s menu. Plus, hotel staff can recommend a local babysitter should you need one.
Babies and up – children of all ages welcomed.
The four poolside suites are ideal for families. Each has a living area with a sofa-bed. 22 is on two floors, with a sofa-bed on the top floor and separate cloakroom.
The most popular attractions for children nearby are the large, outdoor adventure playground at Castle Howard, and the North Yorkshire Moors Railway.
There's a large heated outdoor pool, open throughout the year.
Children are allowed in the restaurant till 8pm. There's a kids' menu with family favourites like homemade soup, roasted chicken, fish and chips and ice cream (three courses for £10). Staff are happy to heat up milk and baby food.
The hotel can recommend a local babysitter.
No need to pack
There are plenty of high chairs in the restaurant.
All rooms have TVs, and there are DVD and CD players available on request. A few children's DVDs are available to borrow.