Pinchinthorpe Hall, Guisborough announces shocking closure

Pinchinthorpe Hall in Guisborough broke the news today (September 7) with a statement on Facebook saying trading would be suspended until October 5.

The well-known destination has over 3,000 followers on Instagram and is a major historic venue for everything from Christmas to birthdays and anniversaries.

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The Northern Echo: OUT OF SHOP: Pinchinthorpe Hall Country House Hotel, near Guisborough

Owner Simon Fletcher said the closure was a “difficult decision” that was “not taken lightly” and thanked the team

The full statement reads: “It is with regret that we announce today that Pinchinthorpe Hall will be closing as a hotel, restaurant and wedding venue until October 5, 2023.

“I have personally contacted all wedding couples affected by this decision. As well as offering an immediate refund of all deposits, I have also appointed a wedding consultant to assist couples in finding alternative wedding venues.

“I also try to support the team in finding new employment opportunities.

“It was a very difficult decision that I did not take lightly given the responsibility to the team and the weddings we had booked. Ultimately, however, it is the right decision for the company, the property and the future.

“I would like to thank the team past and present, everyone who supported the trip, friends and family, guests, guests and wedding parties who made Pinchinthorpe a place to remember. The successes of the last three years are proof for all of you!

“The team and I will strive to ensure that the remaining time we have at the hall is enjoyed by everyone dining, staying or attending a wedding.”

The mansion served as a boutique hotel, restaurant and wedding venue, attracting numerous couples until the owners decided to close up shop and live on the property in 2011.

The property was then converted into the Manor House Hotel in 2018 before surprisingly closing again in 2019.

Current owner Simon Fletcher subsequently rejuvenated the venue, opening in May 2021 under the name Pinchinthorpe Hall.

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Disappointed locals flooded the comments to express their sadness at the news.

One said: “Sorry Simon but you gave 150%! Times are tough for businesses and you did your best. Well done and good luck in your next chapter.”

Another said: “Very sad news indeed, we had a fantastic party for our wedding in 2022 and our friends who came and stayed absolutely loved the place.

“Sad, sad day and I wish you all the staff and owners the best of luck for the future.” Pinchinthorpe Hall, Guisborough announces shocking closure

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