Whether you’re coming for the day to enjoy the spa, restaurants and cookery school or staying a little longer to explore the hotel, tree lodges and yurts; we hope you’ll find Swinton a special place to visit.
We have over 20,000 acres on the Estate for you to explore, so Click on an image below to find out more of what’s on offer and in turn create a reason to visit or come back.
...You're in for a big surprise! Glamping with the little ones for the first time? Come to Swinton Bivouac for a magical introduction to the world of glamping and the big outdoors.
Available mid-week in term time. From £100 per night, per family
Join us for some time-out, escape the madding crowds with a rural getaway. A peaceful break with your loved one.
20% discount for Just the Two of Us. Available mid-week in term time.
Relax and unwind with Dinner, Bed & Breakfast at Swinton Park Hotel. Enjoy early spa access at Swinton Country Club & Spa and indulge with a 25 minute treatment per room, per night.
Available January, February & March 2020. From £249 per room
Indulge in quality time together with time for relaxation, pampering and internationally inspired, Yorkshire made food.
From £224.75 per person.
Stay in the luxurious Swinton Park hotel with dinner in the formal and elegant Samuel's Restaurant.
From £295 per room
Stay in the luxurious Swinton Park hotel with dinner in The Terrace Restaurant.
From £255 per room
A one night residential course for those wanting some new inspiration and really wow their guests at dinner parties. Be guest at the Chef's Table on the evening.
From £499 per room
Stay the night and relax, let our Chef serve as he prepares a gourmet menu for you and your guests.
Join us for a Yoga Spa Evening at Swinton Country Club & Spa. Following a wellness smoothie on arrival, combine the benefits of a yoga workshop with relaxation time in the luxury of the pools, saunas and steam rooms at Swinton Country Club & Spa.
Daffodils are amongst the first flowers to burst into bloom every spring – join Dame Susan Cunliffe-Lister this March as we celebrate such cheerful flowers. Arrive to a tea or coffee, before your garden talk and guided tour of the grounds. Finish with a traditional Afternoon Tea.
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