The story behind the renovation project.

Our Town Hall has stood for 200 years overlooking this ancient township. It is now restored to its former glory.This historic building has a long and fascinating history. It has been through demolition, dereliction, repairs and restoration.

In 1984 it became a Grade II listed building. Meaning it is protected because of its historical importance.Sadly, it fell into disrepair until Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council purchased it in 2015. They were determined to give the building a new lease of life.

“In 2016 a project group of Guisborough locals joined together with a vision for the Town Hall, their vision was for this ancient civic building to become a focal point serving the whole of East Cleveland. It took a lot of hard work, dedication and specialist skills to complete the restoration. As a result, the Town Hall now provides a gateway for tourism in and around Guisborough


Luxury Accommodation

A stylish interior with high ceilings, character features, and disabled access throughout, this wonderful pet-friendly dwelling offers spacious group accommodation, suitable for large family gatherings to celebrate weddings, birthdays, and special occasions.

Guisborough is a vibrant community of independent businesses all within walking distance, such as the renowned attraction of Guisborough Priory standing at 97-ft, the Guisborough Museum, local markets selling fresh and local produce, curious shops awaiting your perusal, and a fantastic selection of pubs and restaurants.

Award Winning Distillery

Shorty’s Gins was established in 2017 by Rachael Conisbee aka Shorty.

Nicknamed Shorty by her late father, it was the only name worthy of such a mammoth adventure. Being one of only a handful of female gin producers, Shorty started off making fruit gin liqueurs. And now proudly presents her very own Endeavour Gin.​

Endeavour gin has received two awards; Gold at the Women’s 2021 Wine & Spirit Awards and Bronze at the 2020 World Gin Awards.

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A Gateway to the North York Moors National Parks

The North York Moors is one of 15 National Parks in the UK. A protected area of beautiful countryside, wildlife and cultural heritage. A National Park since 1952, it covers an area of 554 square miles.

There are 26 miles of coastline, 842 Scheduled Monuments and more than 3,000 listed buildings.A special place of great beauty and tranquillity, where far-reaching heather moorlands give way to tree-topped skylines, deep wooded dales, babbling becks and a rugged coastline.

The land is not owned by the nation but by the people who live and work here. The National Park Authority works closely with them to care for the area. From scenic walks and forest bike rides to timeless villages and ancient abbeys with fascinating stories to tell, it’s a superb place to explore.