Seaton Hall – an ancient manor house with over 1000 years of recorded history. Located in private gardens
and grounds on the edge of the fishing village of Staithes on the Yorkshire Heritage Coast and heather clad North Yorkshire Moors.
The house is set in a walkers paradise with cliff tops and deeply wooded ravines to explore. The highest cliffs in England, harbour, bays and beaches are a mile away.
Nearby attractions include Whitby for its abbey and link with the country’s longest steam railway at Grosmont, Saltburn with its Victorian pier, Sandsend for the Mulgrave estate walks and its three castles, Runswick in a glorious sandy bay where fossils can be found on the beach. Major country houses such as Duncombe Park and Castle Howard are within easy travelling distance.
Seaton Court and Seaton Cottage are renovated spacious former barn and servants quarters completed in 08. Seaton Hall is partly occupied by the on site owner manager. Seaton Hall was renovated in 02 and the more traditional bedrooms in the house can be booked with Seaton Court and Seaton Cottage to enable groups of 21/23 with an additional child's sleeping deck in Seaton Cottage. Seaton Court provides dining area for up to 25 or more if required.
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The Grounds and Seaton Hall Farm have been significantly improved and 30000 native woodland trees mainly ash, alder, oak and beech have been planted since 04 many of these are now over 20 feet high.
Each tree absorbs approximately 25kg of carbon emissions each year meaning 1 ton is removed from the atmosphere over a 40 year lifetime. The trees convert this CO2 into things people can use like food, shelter and medication and thus carbon offsetting is not the only benefits of trees to our environment. Trees are an accepted form of Carbon Offsetting by the Kyoto Protocol and the tree planting projects comply with UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Climate Control Convention).
"Utter Heaven ! Such amazing countryside and a fantastic house."
"WOW! what more can I say ! What a house and what a location !"
"Superb accommodation and weather for any celebratory week end"
"Lovely house, very well-equipped. Great location for Staithes, coastal walks!"
"I have enjoyed staying in this lovely house. The countryside roundabout wonderful. The Yorkshire people so very, very friendly. Thank you for a lovely holiday."
This project is supported by the Rural Development Programme for England, for which Defra is the Managing Authority, part financed by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.