Situated in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors is The Black Swan Hotel a great place to enjoy fine food and luxurious accommodation. The Black Swan is a 15th century inn turned boutique hotel nestled in the unspoilt village of Helmsley. The hotel is smartly appointed, blending antiques with classic contemporary design. Relax by roaring log fires and indulge in exquisite food and award winning tea and artisan pastries. The Black Swan is perfect for those seeking a relaxing and enjoyable break in North Yorkshire.
Yorkshire is renowned as being a county which produces some of the finest foods in the UK. So when it comes to dining at the Black Swan you'll experience some outstanding cuisine. With its elegant 2 AA rosette restaurant offering three distinct menus for dinner, all of which use ingredients sourced locally complemented with a great selection of fine wines. Whatever your plans The Black Swan is the ideal escape from the hustle and bustle and the chance to indulge in award winning food and relax in exquisite surroundings.
The Black Swan Hotel has 45 exquisite bedrooms including classic, superior rooms and junior hotel suites. All the hotel rooms are individually decorated with en suite bathrooms, luxurious Molton Brown toiletries, television, tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board and free wifi. A full turndown service is offered each evening, replenishing your room as required.
The Black Swan Hotel has its own tearoom. Serving a wide selection of tea from around the world, as well as handmade artisan pastries, lunches and daily specials. The tearoom was recently awarded entry into the prestigious Tea Guild, where it now sits alongside other world-famous hotels including The Ritz and The Dorchester, and in April 2010 was awarded the Tea Guild’s Top Tea Place 2010 and Tearoom of Excellence 2013.
Helmsley is 14 miles to the east of Thirsk on the A170 in the direction of Scarborough. Suttin Bank, just before Helmsley offers the driver a true test of skill, and, reassuringly caravans have now been forbidden from attempting this route. The Swan Hotel should be on the left hand side.