Monk Fryston Hall is a luxurious manor house in the small village of Monk Fryston within the Vale of York. Dating back to the 12th century, when land was given to Benedictine monks by the Bishop of York, the hall retains much of its original character and features. Wandering around the 30-acres of manicured lawns, explore the flower-carpeted woodland, or jog round the lake all with your four-legged friend in tow. The dog is sure to love it!
Dogs are welcome to dine in the bar area or the front hall for both breakfast and dinner. Or leave your dog in the room and sample the elegant terrace restaurant. Here you can dine amongst the wood-panelling, chandeliers and roaring log fires or during the summer months, take a relaxed drink on the terrace or dine al fresco overlooking the tranquil fountain and gardens. Monk Fryston Hall chefs select the best fresh, local, seasonal ingredients to create delicious dishes with a Yorkshire twist on traditional favourites.
As well as the 30-acres of gardens, you could visit the North York Moor National Park, the gorgeous historic town of Selby, explore the grounds of the medieval Abbey and the city of York.
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