Ravenscar is one of the most intriguing places on the Yorkshire coast for those interested in history. Its dramatic clifftop location made it ideal as a site for one of a string of Roman signal stations along this part of the Yorkshire coast. The Raven Hall Hotel, perched dramatically on the clifftop, was once a home owned by King George III’s physician, Dr Francis Willis. To the north of the village is the old Peak alum works which is now a National Trust site and at the edge of the village is a disused mindmill, Peak Mill dating from 1858.
The Cleveland Way crosses our 100 acres of land and it makes a perfect base for exploring the North York Moors. Raven Hall Country House Hotel in Ravenscar is dramatically situated 600 feet above sea level, overlooking Robin Hood's Bay in the North York Moors National Park and midway between Whitby and Scarborough. With 55 bedrooms, a nine-hole cliff-side links golf course, tennis courts, games room and heated indoor swimming pool, Raven Hall is more than just a hotel. Lunches, evening meals and afternoon teas are served daily in The Panorama Restaurant, Lounge and Bay View Lounge. The Head Chef prides himself on using locally sourced produce wherever possible and some ingredients are organically grown in the grounds.
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