Restaurant review: Lord Stones Country Park

Restaurant review: Lord Stones Country Park

Pleased to be reviewed in the Yorkshire Post…article below.

To get there may be a challenge, but Jill Turton finds Lord Stones Country Park is well worth the hike.

Restaurant magazine once named the Fox and Hounds at Goldsborough, north of Whitby, as the worst located restaurant in Britain. While they serve some of the best food in Yorkshire, nay in the country, you’d never find them unless you knew, tucked away on a clifftop in a tiny hamlet, two miles from the main road.

The newly restored Lord Stones café and restaurant could be next in line for the title. It’s an equally remote and potty location for a restaurant, up a winding road that climbs for two miles from well- heeled Carlton in Cleveland, to Carlton Bank on the western edge of the North York Moors, but when you’re up there, the views are magnificent. You can see Roseberry Topping and 12 miles beyond, with all of Teesside, spectacular in its own way, spread out before you.

Read more at: Yorkshire Post online