- £689 per week
- £98 per night
- 5 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 3 single beds
- 1 zip & link beds - can be king/super king or single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 3 WCs
- Towels provided
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 25 miles
- Pub 0.5 miles
- Shop 1 mile
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 3pm
- Check out: 10am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
- Walk-in shower
Ingleby Manor was built as the country residence of a courtier of Henry VIII and is listed Grade II* by English Heritage. Surrounded on three sides by the impressive Cleveland Hills, and only a short walk from England’s largest stretch of heather-covered moorland, it is perfectly placed for a peaceful escape.
A majestic private avenue, with the meandering beck winding alongside, connects Ingleby Manor to the outside world. This grand house has always been a family home, and you will quickly unwind and relax. Wander off to find the “Secret Garden”, with herbaceous borders, roses, croquet lawn and children’s play area in the orchard, or venture down into the acres of private woodland to the stream, passing the ponies and miniature donkeys on the way. The woods are a haven for wildlife and birds, we even had a visit from a hoopoe in 1995. Wake to the dawn chorus and maybe catch sight of a shy roe deer on the lawn, and walk home from an evening meal at the village pub surrounded by owl conversations.
When you arrive at Ingleby Manor, drive round the house to the main courtyard, where there is ample parking. East Wing’s private entrance is directly from the courtyard, through the private south-facing patio with garden furniture.
Hall: Table and two chairs, Apothecary’s Cupboard, downstairs cloakroom with wc, umbrella stand and coat rack. Off the hall is a 16C stone spiral staircase of steep angled steps with an iron handrail, leading to the first floor.
Sitting Room:Open fire with traditional brick surround and wood mantle over, two sash windows overlooking the Courtyard, and beyond to fields and the hills. Two 2-seater sofas, armchair and chairs, original Housekeeper’s Linen Cupboards, sideboard, coffee table and side tables, standard lamps and table lamps, TV, DAB radio and CD player, DVD player, games and books.
Kitchen: Integrated fridge and separate freezer, single electric oven with ceramic hob, integrated washer/dryer and dishwasher, microwave, table to seat six, dresser, stable door to outside private seating area with table and chairs.
First Floor landing: Wardrobe and chair
Bathroom and Shower Room: Sash window and window seat with beautiful views over the countryside. Bath, separate shower cubicle with thermostatic shower, vanity built-in toilet and wash hand basin, mirror and light over basin, shaver socket, heated towel rail.
Bedroom One: Sash window with views to fields and hills. Large single bed, bedside cupboard and lamp, original cast iron fireplace (not working), chest of drawers and lamp, easy chair, Tudor panelling throughout.
Bedroom Two: Large sash window with original shutters looking over Walled Garden. King-size bed which can be made into two singles on request. Bedside tables and lamps, chest of drawers, mirror, wardrobe, chair.
To second floor: Steep stone spiral staircase with handrail.
Bedroom Three: 2 Dormer windows overlooking open countryside to the hills. Twin beds with cast iron frames, bedside tables and lamps. Washstand table and lamp. Easy chairs and side table with radio/cassette player. Original cast iron fireplace (not used). Built-in wardrobe.
Bathroom and Shower Room: Dormer window with view over open countryside to the hills. Bath, separate shower cubicle with thermostatic shower, freestanding wash hand basin and toilet, freestanding towel rail, painted storage seat.
Pets: Sorry no pets
Parking: Private Parking
Heating: LPG/Calor gas central heating, open fire
Garden: Shared garden and woodlands
WiFi: The mobile phone signal is weak
Pub and Shop: 0.5 miles and 2 miles
Ingleby Greenhow is a charming village in a quiet corner of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Its friendly local pub and Norman church are well worth a visit. The village is surrounded by the rugged Cleveland Hills and only a few minutes walk from England's largest stretch of heather-covered moorland. You may explore chocolate box villages on the North Yorkshire Moors such as Goathland (the setting for Heartbeat and Harry Potter), Hutton-le-Hole and Castleton, visit Great Ayton - the boyhood home of Captain James Cook or even the bustling beautiful market town of Helmsley. The area is ideal for leisurely strolls and energetic walks and a great variety of charming tea rooms, for which Yorkshire is renowned, offers a pleasant choice of break to rest and relax.