Cober Hill, Cloughton, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13 0AR

Celebrating 100 YEARS of Cober Hill

Cober Hill Scarborough

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) — Update 1st March 2021

Following the latest government announcement we are pleased to tell you we will reopen on the 17th May 2021.

We look forward to welcoming back all our guests old and new. Once we are able to reopen we will be able to safely accommodate up to 50 guests. Until then please stay safe and we look forward to welcoming you all back soon.

We're good to go

We know that many of you are looking forward to visiting Cober Hill again, but we also understand that some people might feel uncertain about it.

Cober’s extensive communal areas and spacious grounds, together with our careful management, enable us to provide a safe environment for our guests. 

We are taking robust measures to ensure that the wellbeing of our guests and employees is of paramount importance during the global outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID- 19). We are continually monitoring official advice and guidelines on the steps we are undertaking. We are vigilant in ensuring all of our staff have been fully briefed and are constantly updated on the ongoing situation. We take great pride in maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene at all times and in response to the Coronavirus we have taken additional measures to make our cleaning and hygiene protocols even more rigorous.

Guest Rooms: new procedures focus on intense cleaning to include rigorous and specific sanitization of high touch areas by trained employees using the strongest cleaning and high-grade disinfectant products proven to be effective against Coronavirus

Public Spaces:  new arrangements have been made to public areas and sitting facilities for movement control and to respect physical distancing guidelines. Signage is displayed to communicate the one way system and the various distancing protocols when moving within the buildings. An increase of cleansing and disinfecting of public space and high touch areas has been implemented using products as mentioned previously. The dining room will operate with distancing in place and meals will be pre-ordered. The option to have meals served to guest bedrooms is available should anyone wish.

“Behind the scenes”:  increased frequency of cleaning and focus on high-touch areas is equally implemented in back of house areas, including the catering facilities. Out staff members are being supported with ongoing training on department specific risk assessments, the latest sanitizing procedures, protocols related to physical distancing and usage of personal protective equipment (PPE).


In addition to the facilities within the main buildings at Cober Hill, we are pleased to announce that we have 2 fully self-contained options available:

Butler’s Cottage is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom cottage that can sleep up to 6 guests. For more information, please visit

The ground floor flat is self-contained and has 2 bedrooms. Able to sleep 4, with it’s own separate kitchen, lounge and dining room. We are also taking bookings for this from 4 July onwards.


So we're back, we're safer than ever, and we can't wait to see you again soon. 


Cober Hill is a Victorian mansion, steeped in history and set in 11 acres of stunning grounds. Nestled in the North York Moors National Park and Heritage Coast, ensures breath taking views. All our rooms are en-suite and are suitable for families and groups.


We have a conference hall, lecture theatre and four beautiful lounges overlooking the gardens, croquet lawn and tennis courts. The meadows and secret garden provide both inspiration and tranquility for our themed courses and the children's play area, clock golf and putting green, provide plenty of fun activities for children of all ages. We use locally sourced produce for our seasonally changing menu, ensuring freshness and flavour, and our chefs and hospitality team are happy to cater for all of your dietary needs.

Call us today on 01723 870310.

Feel free to contact us with any questions you may have regarding visiting Cober Hill.