Country house hotel on North Yorkshire coast hits the market for £2.5m
The Dunsley Hall Country House Hotel, situated in the hamlet of Dunsley near Whitby, has come to the market with an asking price of £2.5m.
Originally built in 1900 by Frederick Haigh Pyman, a ship builder whose portrait now hangs in the National Gallery in London, this Victorian property was created as a country retreat for the Pyman family.
The building remained under the family’s ownership until 1949, when the residential estate was split and subsequently Dunsley Hall was converted into a country house hotel in 1995.
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