Relax and unwind with a luxury manor house retreat

Our stunning

manor house


Beverley and Hull

provides all you could want for a wonderful

family holiday

or a

weekend getaway

with friends. Set in two acres of tranquil gardens, this historic property is the perfect base to explore the

East Yorkshire


The manor is currently undergoing stunning renovations, and all eight bedrooms are beautifully finished to accommodate up to 18 guests. Most rooms have views of the rolling East Yorkshire countryside. The house also has a spacious kitchen at it’s heart, a cosy snug and plenty of nooks and crannies to hide away in and relax with a book. The large outdoor patio that looks out onto two acres of beautiful gardens is the perfect place to enjoy a BBQ and entertain guests in the summer months. Come rain or shine you and your guests will have a getaway to remember.

The Local Area

Countryside Walks

Take the time to explore the breathtaking countryside surrounding Carlton Manor. If you care to take a stroll, you will find a grand selection of walking trails just on our doorstep. Our highest recommendation is the Trans Pennine Trail, which is suitable for walkers, cyclists and horse riders of all abilities.

Food & Drink

Yorkshire is famed for its rich array of local cuisine, and the eateries surrounding Carlton Manor far exceed this reputation. Indulge in delicious home-made food at The Falcon Inn, ran by the owner of the Manor’s brother, Matt. Should you require something sweeter, settle down at The Spotted Duck Tearoom, which serves a selection of delectable cakes, bakes and hot drinks. Tearoom owner, Jo, also caters for many weddings at the manor.

Local Attractions

Discover the treasures that lie beyond the grounds of the Manor, by exploring the local attractions. The socialites amongst you can create memories to cherish, with an exciting day out at nearby Beverley Racecourse. Or for a more relaxing venture, you can relish in the peaceful atmosphere and effortless beauty of Hornsea Mere, the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire.