The Yorebridge House sits in Bainbridge, North Yorkshire as a vacation heaven if in your next sojourn you plan to chart the quaint English county. This boutique hotel is so beautiful it’s a crime to stay in it just for the weekend.

The picturesque countryside and two rivers envelope this homey mansion. This was a dream project of the owners, David & Charlotte Reilly. They wanted to convert the residence into a five-star luxury hotel and restaurant, and the result, as you can see, is nothing short of fantastic.

The Reillys harnessed their artistic prowess and drew from Japanese culture to inject into the space an oriental vibe. Outside, the Yorebridge House looks like a run of the mill county house in this part of England. But inside you’ll find yourself amidst this supremely tasteful ambiance. To say it resembles a home away from home is an understatement.

The Yorebridge House holds five twelve bedrooms. The property is also Victorian Grade II-listed, if you’re into that sort of stuff. And if you’re a history buff, you’ll love that it used to shelter students studying grammar. Is there anything more posh, as they say, than that? The restaurant features menus from head chef Dan Shotton.

David says of the Yorebridge House:

“We are very much looking forward to being part of the Pride of Britain family. It will be wonderful to not only enjoy the company of Pride of Britain guests, but also to meet and share experiences with other members from all the wonderful and inspiring establishments from across the country.”


Photos courtesy of Yorebridge House