Hornington Manor is a Grade II listed property that is located in the sleepy village of Bolton Percy, nestled into the rolling North Yorkshire countryside. This quaint Yorkshire village has a pretty 15th century church at its heart. If you are lucky, you may catch the wonderfully English scene of cricket being played on the green. Alternatively, prop yourself at one of the traditional public houses, with a fabulous selection of traditional food and ales.
With the Manor being approximately 10 miles from the historic city of York, and less than 20 miles away from the vibrant, bustling Leeds, it is the perfect base from which to explore all that Yorkshire and the Dales have to offer. You may choose to visit one of many stately homes in the area, discover the wild and dramatic Yorkshire National Park, or follow the smugglers’ trail in Robin Hood\'s Bay. This area of the country has a plenty to discover, and Hornington Manor is the perfect base.
To York by car – 20 minutes
To York by public bus – 45 minutes
To Selby by car – 35 minutes
To Leeds City Centre by car – 35 minutes
To Tadcaster by car – 5 minutes
Bolton Percy Nature Reserve
Set in 1.7 hectares of beautiful nature reserve, this old station yard is home to a wonderful selection of wildlife. It is the perfect place for a stroll, a picnic, a spot of bird watching or to brush up on your photography skills. Look out for the Great Crested Newt, Six-Spot Burnet and many rare and delicate butterflies, which are often spotted within the wildlife.
Bolton Percy Cycle Loop
With the Manor set amongst rolling fields and winding country lanes, there is plenty of opportunity to explore on two wheels. The Bolton Percy Cycle Loop is a pleasant 20 mile route, which starts with a section of the Healaugh Loop, before continuing onto Wighill and Tadcaster, before making its way back to Bolton Percy via the flat, twisting lanes.
Walking the Area
There are many lovely walks around Bolton Percy. Have a look at maps and aerial views of the area on the internet to decide on your route.