The Fox Inn

A Hotel in Guisborough, Cleveland

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Bow Street
TS14 6BP

The Fox Inn, Guisborough
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Accommodation Description:

The Fox Inn & restaurant is located in the heart of the historic market town of Guisborough on the edge of the beautiful North York Moors National Park. Just a short drive from both Yorkshire Heritage East Coast including Whitby and Scarborough and the Middlesbrough / Teesside area.

Guisborough market days are Tuesdays and Saturdays and run throughout the year. The Fox Inn has live music Every Saturday Night That will finish Around Midnight So this will mean that in the accommodation you will hear some music during the hours of 19:00pm till 12:00 am. The Fox is conveniently situated in the centre of Guisborough and offers delightful warm and comfortable ensuite accommodation with rooms completely refurbished to an excellent standard.

The fox has a public bar and restaurant together with off street car parking and secure parking for motorcycles and bicycles. We have 8 bedrooms including; 2 family rooms 1 twin 4 doubles and 1 single. Six of the rooms offer ensuite bathrooms with a bath and shower the remaining 2 rooms have shower facilities.

All rooms include a flat screen colour TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Our accommodation is warm and comfortable.

3 star rating

From: £40.00

Room Facilities
High speed internet connection
Wireless internet connection
Ironing board
Colour television
Internet access
Fire alarm with light
Tea and coffee making facilities
Alarm clock
Free Wireless internet connection

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Free Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Free Internet access (high speed) in public areas
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)
Internet access (high speed) in public areas

Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Internet connection (high speed)

Dining Facilities
A full English breakfast is served daily. Lunch and evening meals are available in the restaurant. Special diets and packed lunches are catered for by prior arrangement.


Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
Other small pets

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Guisborough, St Nicholas Church - 0.2 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Gisborough Priory - 0.3 miles (Abbey) Heritage Rating

Skelton-in-Cleveland Old Church - 2.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Roseberry Topping - 3.5 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Kirkleatham Old Hall Museum - 3.5 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Captain Cook's Monument - 4.3 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum - 4.9 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Great Ayton, All Saints Church - 5.1 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Captain Cook Memorial - 5.1 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

Ormesby Hall - 5.3 miles (Historic Building) Heritage Rating

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