When hunting on the Raby Estate our guests stay in a cozy Bed and Breakfast, which is run by a very friendly and hospitable landlady. The lodgings are only about a 20 min drive from the hunting district. Normally our hunts shared a twin room with ensuite bathroom and toilet - unless otherwise arranged. A single room can be booked on payment of a supplement. The guesthouse is situated out in the countryside, and has a real English charm and atmosphere.
Sue, who runs the guesthouse, also has some good cabins for hire, so those hunters who like to cook, can also be well taken care of. The cabins are of a very high standard, and are fully equipped with all the necessary facilities.
On occasion, it is possible to arrange dinner in the guest house - at an extra cost. This should be arranged directly with Sue, preferably a few days in advance.
I is will be possible to visit Raby Castle, which is open from May to September. England’s highest waterfall, High Force, is also close by and is well worth seeing. In fact the whole area is ideal destination for non-hunting companions.