The house feels like it was built with house parties in mind, with a range of rooms to cater for up to 15 people. It's also licensed as a wedding venue for 40 - 120 guests, using the garden to add a marquee for more space. Chapelgarth is always hired for exclusive use. The beautiful lawn is ideal for drinks, croquet and BBQs, with the tennis court nearby.
Guests are likely to be greeted by Chapelgarth's resident llama herd grazing in the surrounding fields. The many rooms are filled with antique furniture, cosy roaring fires, books for children and adults, a grand piano, and a generous family kitchen. The dining room oozes old-time charm so is a good gathering point for a special meal. If you'd prefer to avoid the washing up, Marcella can arrange caterers so you can really relax and enjoy your time at Chapelgarth.
We have a separate function room, available for hire for weddings and events. We recently held a very successful stargazing evening. Hosting 60 people, our astronomers were able to entertain our guests with a fascinating slide-show, before inviting everyone to marvel at the wonders of the skies, visible through the telescopes appropriately positioned in our garden".
"Depending on the season, guests can head out to explore the moorland villages or to the beach, which is a short drive away. Roseberry Topping is not far away, with the nearby visitor centre and cafe in Pinchinthorpe and Carlton Bank, where you can walk to the dramatic scenes of the Wainstones and then take a break at Lord Stones Café’.
The pretty market town of Stokesley is just a 10 minute drive away, with a farmers' market on the first Saturday of each month and plenty of small independent cafes and shops perfect for browsing and last minute gifts. Stroll through the estate’s fields and along the local public footpaths to a popular pub in the village of Great Broughton. The Cleveland Way is a stone's throw away, offering a long distance or circular routes".