The ground floor consists of a suite of five south facing rooms overlooking the river and deer-park.
The library, the sitting room and private dining room, the drawing room and the dining room. The morning room and lower hall overlook the gatehouse and cookery school.
There is also the bar, a private cinema, a snooker table and children’s games-room for enjoyment and entertainment.
An east-facing room, home to the reception area, maps and activity information, retail space and a great meeting point. Warm by the fire and lean into the comfortable sofas with a drink or afternoon tea.
South-facing, with views over the terrace and Home Lake through two expansive Georgian windows. The Sitting Room is a private room for small gatherings and celebrations.
A beautiful Georgian room, designed by Carr of York in 1765, with large bay windows and grand piano, this is our most popular room for afternoon tea.
An ideal retreat for a rainy day or a late evening. An annexe to this room is also the Children’s Play Area.
Designed to house the Danby family’s artefacts, the bar was once a museum and more recently the family chapel.
The bar is home to some of Yorkshire’s finest ales brewed in Masham.
Tel: 01765 680966