Tansy bedroom is mentioned in a ghost book (nothing to do with the hotel) as having a black habited monk making his presence felt in the room. Seen to come from the exit from St Margaret’s courtyard, a black-dressed figure walks across and disappears into the yew tree. The same figure is seen to cross from St Margaret’s across the courtyard to the laundry storage area. A priest is believed to have walked from the direction of the Great Hall into the Library and disappear (they used to walk from the Great Hall to the tower to go down into the cloisters i.e. where the fireplace is now positioned in the Library).
Lavender bedroom – recently when one of the housekeepers was kneeling down facing the mirror in the bedroom, which faces the bathroom, she became aware of someone in the bathroom and began a conversation believing another housekeeper was there, with no reply. She had a more determined look and there was no-one there!
Rose bedroom – When entering the door, a shadow movement on the wall made one lady look up the corridor to Jasmine bedroom but no sighting. Over the Christmas period of 2003, one guest complained repeatedly overnight of a baby crying which kept her awake. No babies were in the adjoining rooms
Hazlewood Castle, a former monastery and retreat has been thoughtfully and tastefully designed to offer a distinctly different lifestyle experience. Hazlewood combines the elegance of the Castle with the excellence of the food and service offered to all our guests. Whether visiting Hazlewood for the first time with friends or as a delegate at one of our major conferences you will always be greeted with a warm welcome. There are twenty-one bedrooms and suites at Hazlewood. Nine of them are situated in the main castle and twelve are in the annexe area “St Margarets” which is located in the picturesque Courtyard.
All bedrooms are beautifully decorated to the highest standards, with great care taken to enhance their natural beauty. All bedrooms are individual and vary in shape and sizes, designed to provide a relaxing haven full of knickknacks (and little rubber ducks!). Set in seventy-seven acres of tranquil parkland, Hazlewood Castle is steeped in a history of fortified knights dating back before 1086.
With its own Chapel, the former monastery and retreat offer tastefully individual rooms designed to enhance their own beauty, a relaxing haven yet only 20 minutes from the cities of Leeds & York. With four classical conference & private dining rooms, with the added contrast of the contemporary Garden Room and extensive teambuilding, Hazlewood Castle is the perfect backdrop for business and celebrations Launching the stunning new Restaurant Anise, Mediterranean cuisine served in intimate surrounds, the Castle is also home to The MasterClass by Chef Patron, John Benson-Smith.
- Beautiful Restaurant
- Satellite television
- Trouser Press
- Tea and Coffee making Facilities
- Modem Links for e-mail and Internet Access
- Writing Desks
- En-suite Bathrooms with Bath, Shower and Gilchrist and Soames Toiletries
- Log burning stoves in Landseer, Dairy, and Grey rooms
- and Rubber Ducks!!
- N Courtyard Double Room £155.00
- Castle Double Room £175.00
- Courtyard Superior Double £195.00
- Courtyard Suite £225.00 (Nasturtium & Cornflower)
- Courtyard Master Suite £255.00
- Castle Suite £245.00 (Hibiscus)
- Castle Four Poster £275.00
- Castle Master Suite £285.00
- Castle Four Poster Suite £295.00
All rates are per Room per Night and Inclusive of Full Yorkshire Breakfast & VAT.
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