North Yorkshire Moors hotel up for sale

09 November 2006
North Yorkshire Moors hotel up for sale

The chance to buy a 16th century country inn and restaurant in Heartbeat country on the North Yorkshire Moors has come to the market.

The property is located in Levisham near Goathland (which doubles as Aidensfield in the ITV serial Heartbeat).

Local attractions include the North Yorkshire Moors steam railway, the 89-mile Inn Way circular walk and the Castle Howard stately home. The fishing port of Whitby and the historic town of York are within easy reach of the inn.

The inn provides eight en-suite bedrooms, a bar, a residents' lounge, a 50-seat restaurant, and al fresco dining for a further 20 customers.

It is set in one acre of land that includes a large car park, a detached two-bedroom owners' cottage and a granny flat.

The owner is seeking offers in the region of £825,000 for the freehold.

Interested buyers should contact Paul Thatham on 01751 460 240.

By Angela Frewin

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