After taking my daily dose of hay-fever tablets for the glorious weather and the oh so glorious high pollen count, I was shown around the gardens. They even have a pond in the back with Indian runner ducks too!
A little history to be told about this hotel is that it was originally owned by the Asquith family from 1918-1961 and called “Ox Pasture Farm”. Since then it has been turned into a 4* hotel with recent modified extension to the right side of the building. If you want to see what the rooms are like, I will have a post up soon.
Above was the amazing Afternoon Tea platter served for a queen. The traditional tired cake stand reminded me of Betty’s tea room but this had the best view by far! Tea and scones… can’t go wrong 🙂
Oh and did I mention a rich slice of brownie was included. That made me happy! This all comes up to £15 which if you think about it, pretty good considering how full I was after.
Anyone is welcome to pop into this lovely Country House hotel whether it be for afternoon tea, evening meal or chilling out at the bar.
Below is a picture of the gluten free option which looks just as good but prettier. It is great that they cater to varying dietary needs.
Scrumptious scone made right there on the premises. Tea… with sugar please!!
They tasted as good as they look, trust me 🙂
If you are looking for a lovely chilled out place to relax in Scarborough North Yorkshire, this is the place. Even if you make a day out of it and pop along to Scarborough beach 10 minutes/ 3 miles away, I trust you will enjoy it! A donkey ride on the Yorkshire Coast, what could be better!?
Ox Pasture Hall
Lady Edith’s Drive