A warm welcome awaits you at this beautiful country location. Originally a 17th century farmhouse, which has been converted into an 8-bedroomed country inn situated near the historical city of York. The warmth and charm of the inn emits throughout the bedrooms and bar areas decorated in original Jacobean style. In the winter relax by the open fire where the atmosphere is friendly and informal or enjoy a meal from our extensive menu. In the summertime one can eat outside enjoying a BBQ on our patio. Our reputation for excellent freshly cooked food has earned us numerous write-ups and commendations.
The Jacobean is set in a delightful rural setting within 1-½ acres of land offering lovely open garden areas and a large car park. Once you have experienced our family run business it will be easy to see why we have a strong customer following.
The inn has 8 Jacobean style en-suite bedrooms designed and appointed to enhance the comfort of each guest. Each bedroom has Remote Control TV, Radio, Hairdryer, Telephone, Trouser Press and Hospitality Refreshment Tray. The cosy, warm bedrooms feature country style furnishings.
The bar offers traditionally hand pulled Yorkshire ales and weekly guest ales, or pick from our extensive wine menu by the glass or by the bottle. The restaurant can accommodate 100 seats in a relaxing warm environment. We offer an extensive range of food including specials of the day. We offer an extensive wine list from around the world to complement your meal or simply enjoying a relaxing glass in the comfort of our warm and welcoming bar.
When you want an atmosphere that underlines your commitment to quality and discernment, the Jacobean will accommodate receptions, meetings, conferences, reunions and parties in groups up to 50.
The inn is situated between the B1363 from York leading to Helmsley, and the A19 Shipton Road to Thirsk. A few minutes drive away from the outer ring road, which connects the main routes with the coast, also to the A64 to Leeds and the A59 to Harrogate. Within an hours drive, one can visit the Moors (including Heartbeat Country) and on to Whitby; or to Howarth – home of the Bronte Sisters, or perhaps to Askrigg – known to most as Herriotdale, of the vet’s fame – via Ausgarth falls and on to Hawes across the dales. Such a wealth of places to see. But the jewel of all is the “City of York” Within these ancient city walls there lies treasures to the eye – the Minister, Cobbled streets, the Shambles, Markets, Horse drawn carriages, Museums – far too much for one day For reservations by email: to be created by provider.