Yarner House Hotel Review – Telegraph Travel
Built in 1660, Grade II-listed Yarner House was originally a hunting lodge. Owner Lily Holman’s grandparents moved here 50 years ago and the farmland within its 250 acres is still run as a beef farm. Yarner is a striking English country house, although a Scandinavian influence echoes throughout the boutique interiors designed by Lily’s mother. It’s a grand, historic location, yet down-to-earth and welcoming.
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