Photos courtesy of Hazlewood Castle
21 bedrooms and suites
9 in main castle; 12 in annex
“St. Margaret’s” located in courtyard
Rates include breakfast and VAT
Minimum 2-night stay on weekends
Open: all year
Tadcaster is just off the junction of M1 and A64, which runs between York and Leeds. From the A64 take the A659 exit towards Tadcaster
On site: archery; falconry; clay pigeon shooting; hiking; cooking classes
Yes. Civil ceremonies. Inquire hotel for details
Set in 77 acres of parkland, woods, and gardens, Hazlewood Castle continues a tradition of providing beautiful surroundings for a getaway retreat.
After several hundred years, the castle has retained its architectural integrity. Interiors are warm and inviting, and a personable staff ensures an excellent stay.
Each individually decorated guest room bears the name of a flower; many have four-poster beds and sofas and vary in size.
Nine rooms are found inside the castle. The Rose Suite has a view of the gardens, while the Honeysuckle Suite sits alone in the west wing, with a small stairway leading to the bathroom. The rest of the guest rooms are located across the courtyard in a separate building.
Named the “1086” after the date of the Domesday Book, the hotel’s restaurant enjoys an excellent reputation. If you have good weather during your visit, you can enjoy the gardens from a very pretty patio area.