Have a forest adventure then pamper yourself

Guisborough, North Yorkshire

Take in lush and leafy Guisborough Forest, then indulge yourself with a luxurious stay or tasty afternoon tea at sumptuous Gisborough Hall Hotel.

At the gateway to the North York Moors National Park is the Guisborough Forest & Walkway. Active visitors can pick from cycle trails, walking routes, bridleways and orienteering trails, which all start at the Visitor Centre before meandering into the forest. 

Enjoy a picnic or cook up a feast at one of the BBQ sites, then follow the Sculpture Trail of striking carvings on an art-inspired walk through the forest. 

After your walk, relax and refuel with a traditional Yorkshire afternoon tea at Gisborough Hall Hotel. This grand country house hotel is set in stunning grounds and has a fantastic ‘Revival Zone’ spa for you to relax in.

Redcar is 3 hours 15 minutes from London by train, and connected to Guisborough by bus. Middlesborough, 10.5 miles (17 km) from  Gisborough Hall Hotel, is 3 hours from London by train.

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Guisborough Forest and Walkway Visitor Centre Guisborough Forest and Walkway Visitor Centre © Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council
Guisborough Forest trailGuisborough Forest trail © Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council
View from Guisborough ForestView from Guisborough Forest © Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council
Carved wooden sculpture at Guisborough ForestCarved wooden sculpture at Guisborough Forest © Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council
Gisborough Hall HotelGisborough Hall Hotel © Gisborough Hall Hotel

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