Located near the village of Newton Under Roseberry – between Great Ayton and Guisborough - the origins of Pinchinthorpe Hall date to the 12th century when the Norman family of Pinchun held land there. Previous owners have included Richard Lee who went on to become Lord Mayor of London in 1461, Sir Joseph Pease, who made significant improvements to the hall, and Sir Penry Williams, the local MP, who included amongst others the Prime Minister, Lloyd George, as a house guest.
With Roseberry Topping providing a stunning backdrop, this character filled manor house traded as a boutique hotel and wedding venue until the owners decided to close the business and live in the property.
Christie & Co Director and hotel business agent Mark Worley describes the building and the opportunity; “The hall possesses a wealth of charm and period features which is evident throughout each of the four formal reception rooms, the six bedrooms and owners apartment. The delightful setting and lawned walled garden make this an excellent wedding venue or private hire boutique hotel and we feel that the business could be re-started with minimal cost”.
Mark concludes “Our clients are offering a new 10/15 year lease, and significant rent concessions will be offered to allow this business to grow and develop.”