A hidden gem in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside, Hornington Manor is a unique barn venue. The Grade II listed Manor dates back to 1770 and has been lovingly restored to provide luxury self-catering accommodation.
Every part of has its own story to tell, from the original servants’ bells hanging in the Servants’ Quarters, to the beautifully rustic and characterful wedding barn which was previously home to new-born lambs.
Yoga Spaces - outdoor and indoor
Hornington Manor offers plenty of options for both indoor and outdoor yoga workshops. For large groups, the barn is the ideal space whilst Hornington Gallery is the perfect setting for smaller, more intimate groups. If you wish to take advantage the stunning surroundings, an outdoor yoga session on the Manor Lawn will be one that your guests will remember, with sheep grazing in the fields beyond the Ha-Ha wall.
Accommodation options and bathrooms
We have 19 beautiful en-suite bedrooms (17 include kingsize beds. 2 bedrooms include twin beds), with luxurious hand-made mattresses which start life on or very own 300-acre farm. The Manor boasts 3 stunning country kitchens, a grand Ballroom, Snooker Room and cosy living area. The front lawn overlooks the rolling fields, dotted with our sheep, goats and alpacas, separated by an original Ha Ha Wall.
The Manor House (8 Bedrooms)
The stunning Manor House stands proud at the heart of Hornington Manor. The ground floor is home to a large kitchen, cosy living room with an open fireplace and a games room that has a nine-foot snooker table, which can be easily converted to a dining table.
Upstairs you will find eight en-suite bedrooms, each featuring a luxury king-size Harrison Spinks mattress.
The West Wing (3 Bedrooms)
The West Wing is centred around the grand ballroom. With spectacular views across the North Yorkshire countryside, an open fireplace and an antique dining table that seats up to 16 people, it is the perfect spot for an evening of entertainment.
The West Wing has two double bedrooms on the first floor, and a further bedroom with two-day beds on the ground floor. The grand entrance hallway leads from the house to a beautiful large garden and patio area.
Servants’ Quarters (4 Bedrooms)
The Servants’ Quarters combines period charm with the latest modern comforts. Many original features still remain, from the servants’ bells hanging in the hallway to the original range cooker in the farmhouse-style kitchen. The Servants’ Quarters offers four en-suite double bedrooms including one on the ground floor.
Hornington Lodge (One Bedroom + Day Beds)
Hornington Lodge has a cosy, living and kitchen area on the ground floor, with patio doors that open out onto a secluded country garden. On the first floor is the master bedroom with a luxury king-size bed, along with two further day beds on the landing area.
The Stables (Three Bedrooms)
Newly renovated, The Stables is home to three en-suite bedrooms. It has access to the West Wing kitchen and living areas through a glass walkway.
- 4 Fully fitted kitchens with everything required for self catering purposes.
- Full wifi throughout all bedrooms.
- 4 living dining areas
- Snooker table
- Beautiful large gardens
We can offer groups a mid-afternoon break with a guided walk around the 300-acre farm, where guests can meet the animals and appreciate the nature away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
£1000 upfront deposit for the venue.
Yoga space £500 per day to suit up to 50 persons.
Bedrooms £90 per night inc vat for single occupancy or £130 for double occupancy.
Location and how to get there
Hornington Manor is found on the outskirts of the sleepy village of Bolton Percy in the North Yorkshire countryside. The historic city of York is approximately 20 minutes away, whilst Leeds is a 40-minute drive.
If you are driving, take Junction 44 at A1 (M) onto the A64 towards York. Exit onto the A659 towards Tadcaster. Go through Tadcaster, and at the third set of traffic lights, turn right onto Oxton Lane. Follow the windy roads for 2.5 miles and Hornington Manor is the second farmhouse on the right. Keep an eye out for the double bend and 40mph sign as the turning is just after it.