What to expect…whether you want to treat yourself to a blissful few nights away, or just come for the day (or evening), you will enjoy access to all these...
All bedrooms have en suite bath, shower and WC (with the exception of Single Simple rooms which have shower and WC only), free Wi-Fi*, digital TV and radio, telephone, hairdryer, mini safe, USB charge point and tea and coffee making facilities. Room service is available at an additional cost.
An in-room Relaxation Station menu is available to enhance your well-being. See details below.
Our friendly Housekeeping Team service your room on a daily basis.
Bedrooms divide into six grades, however some grades have variations depending on number of beds available (Triple Rooms) and location (The Lodge).
Differences between each room grade is explained below. NB: The images below only show an example of each grade. ALL bedrooms at Ragdale Hall vary.
Simple Rooms – Our smallest rooms with restricted/little view, however they all have fresh, bright decor.
Classic Rooms – Slightly larger than Simple Rooms with different decor and in a different location. These rooms have restricted or no views.
Classic Plus Rooms – Slightly smaller than Luxury Rooms and are in a different location. All are beautifully decorated but they have restricted views that do vary slightly.
Luxury – Similar to our Luxury Plus rooms but decorated differently, slightly smaller, although still spacious, with breakfast table and comfy chairs. Views in Luxury rooms vary.
Luxury Plus – Larger, more luxuriously furnished rooms with either stunning garden or countryside views.
Triple Rooms – Triple bedded rooms are available in Classic Plus, Luxury and Luxury Plus room types. Perfect for a group of friends or family.
Suites – The ultimate in luxury – a stay in one of our three beautiful and individual suites would be a perfect treat for any occasion. Suites include mini bar, DVD player, iPod dock and coffee maker. Room 6 (otherwise known as the Terrace Suite) and Room 51 (otherwise known as the Shires Suite) both have balconies where you can sit in private and enjoy the views over the front of the Hall and the valley beyond. Room 51 and 52 (otherwise known as the Shires and Wolds Suites) are both on a split level with living area on the first floor and bathroom and bedroom on the second.
The Lodge – Ideal for a small group or individuals who seek a little seclusion. An attractive country cottage which houses four luxury twin bedded rooms and is situated 200 metres from the main entrance. Each room is equipped with a mini bar and Lodge guests also have the pleasure of a small private garden.
Adapted Bedroom (Room 59) – This room is the equivalent size of a Luxury Room but priced as a Classic Room and the layout and furniture has been chosen with wheelchair users in mind. The room is furnished and decorated in the same style and quality décor used in our Classic Plus Rooms. The view is limited however is better than other Classic Rooms. There is a large walk in wet-room style shower (no bath) and adaptations, such as handrails and pull cords are modern in design.