Ingleby Manor is a manor house that is full of history, it was built in the 15th century and is situated in the North York Moors National Park. With the manor house being in the heart of Herriot Country, there is more than just the outstanding sights to see when it comes to this property.
The manor contains four self-catering and luxurious apartments and two cottages placed in the grounds of the area. From the windows visitors can see the stunning views of the Moors and all these buildings can sleep 2-8 people.
Ingleby Manor is surrounded by woodlands and fascinating oak trees and gardens. It’s a Grade II listed accommodation looked after with huge passion by the family that own it. Renowned for its great history, a man who goes by the name Sir William Eure, a soldier and courtier of Henry VIII built this wonderful property.
Still to this day Ingleby Manor is a family home, where it has a relaxing atmosphere and a perfect stay if you’re looking to enjoy the Herriot Country. The family running the manor have spent plenty of years making it look as good as it was back in the 15th century and because they love it and want the visitors to get the same experience, they are always there for the guests needs.
In Herriot Country, the manor may have been seen on Mr Alfred Wight’s travels and with it only being a short drive to Thirsk Town Centre visitors can also see the fantastic World of James Herriot Museum.