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Seasonal Newsletter

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12 February 2019

In our latest issue, we talk to our very own Terence Mackinder who is a huge part of our Acres history and very much loved by our customers.

As we all love a little indulgence, in particular when it’s cold outside, we celebrate some show stopping sweet treats and take a look at what’s been happening here at The 3 Acres. 

Take a sneak peek here in our pdf version, or call in and pick up your printed version whenever you wish.

Shooting season is here


24 October 2018

Grouse shooting began in all its splendour in August. The Acres is perfectly situated to host the finest of shooting parties.

The shoot is arranged by us, taking care of our guests with a hearty breakfast, a hamper lunch, private dining in the evening and a comfortable night's stay in our cosy inn. 

Of course, there will be local grouse on our menu, crafted The 3 Acres way by Head Chef. 

Click here to enquire. 

Festive dining at The Acres

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24 October 2018

Choose The 3 Acres for gatherings over the festive period. 

Head chef Tom Davies crafts unique and distinct dishes served with flair by dedicated waiting staff and sommelier to pair the perfect wines from the enviable wine list. View our menus here

For something even more special, our private, intimate dining room is available for up to 30 guests or The Cattier Suite has its own entrance, oak clad walls and private bar for up to 40 guests or our luxury marquees for larger numbers.

A warm welcome awaits you.

Take in the seaside air


14 September 2018

When you're craving the seaside air, our family's boathouse, right in Whitby Harbour makes for a lovely break. Step over the gangplank and enter this unique and newly renovated accommodation. Cosy and quirky, the cottage comes with all the comforts you would expect for a relaxing and delightful break in this historic, Yorkshire seaside resort. 

For more information and to book click here

A charity close to our hearts


01 June 2018

Recently, Tom Truelove, his wife Lauren, sister Chloe and other close family and friends braced the cold waters of Windermere to swim two miles in open water for Tom and Lauren's son, Freddie. 

Freddie Truelove who was recently diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome at six months old. This very rare and severe form of epilepsy affects around 1 in 19,000 children. It is difficult to control, usually refractory to medication, and can often be accompanied by other comorbidities. 

Since Freddie's diagnosis, we have adopted Dravet Syndrome UK as our chosen charity at The 3 Acres. We're incredibly proud of the team's achievement in the Great North Swim, raising a phenomenal £30k for Dravet Syndrome UK, which is a hugely significant amount for this little-known charity. Further fundraising will go into genetic research.