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A History of Hovingham

BY: Kathleen Maze | Category: Travel | Submitted: 2010-07-20 04:56:00
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Article Summary: "The Worsley Arms Country House Hotel is one of finest Yorkshire Hotels located in the pretty and picturesque village of Hovingham. It is a great base for any visitors wanting to visit York and also the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors. The hotel was built in 1841 and is late Georgian. Traditionally the hotel North Yorkshire wa.."


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The Worsley Arms Country House Hotel is one of finest Yorkshire Hotels located in the pretty and picturesque village of Hovingham. It is a great base for any visitors wanting to visit York and also the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors. The hotel was built in 1841 and is late Georgian. Traditionally the hotel North Yorkshire was used to provide accommodation for visitors to the Hovingham Spa which is based on the outskirts of the village along the small track that is known as the Ebor Way. The spa does not exist anymore but this North Yorkshire Moors Hotels is still operating and goes a long way to welcoming visitors from all over the country who enjoy the cosy, old world charm of the Worsley Arms. The hotel is family run and provides a warm welcome with a wide range of facilities.

There are three mineral springs at no great distance between each other. It is interesting that the three springs are totally different in their characteristics. The first one is sulphureous in nature and it provides water that resembles that of Harrogate. It has been known to have performed several cures, especially in scorbutic cases. The second one is shalybeate, this is more similar to the springs of Scarborough. The third one is beautifully clear water and is remarkable for its extreme coldness, it has been formed into a bath in a secluded spot that is surrounded by trees.

The Worsley Arms has 19 bedrooms and 11 of which are in the main country house and the remaining eight are situated across the village green in private renovated cottages. Customers can choose from standard, superior or four poster bedrooms. There are two dining rooms; the Cricketers Bar which is a relaxed and more informal North Yorkshire dining experience and the more formal elegant dining room which has a wide selection of menu options and a very carefully chosen wine list.

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The Worsley Arms Country House Hotel is one of the prettiest late Georgian style hotels built in 1841. It is a perfect base for visiting the North York Moors and the hotel now aims to ensure guests can sample one of the more traditional Yorkshire Hotels.

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