Dinner is served in The Weathervane from 6:45-9pm.
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About Feversham Arms Hotel
The Weathervane Restaurant
Introducing The Weathervane, where our roots are firmly planted in the north but we are not afraid to take a different direction.
Our ethos is entrenched in our location, with locally sourced produce and food foraged from the North York Moors at the centre of many of our dishes.
Indulge in a perfectly balanced 6-course tasting menu or our Gourmet 9 course tasting menu.
If you are wanting a 3 course meal then our A La Carte menu will be perfect.
Pair your meal with our boutique selection of wines and liquers.
Throughout the summer months our lunch menu becomes the talking point as our fresh, seasonal dishes are served poolside on the terrace and gardens in our pop up restaurant.
Our menu is lead by the Seasons and foraged locally. Whichever direction you leave us, be sure to visit us at The Weathervane again.
To make a reservation call 01439 770766
We booked a private room for a wedding renewal ceremony followed by a celebratory dinner. The service was terrific and the Events Coordinator provided everything we asked for and several other lovely touches that we had not considered.
We stayed for two nights and ate in the weathervane restaurant. First class food and service. The food is a big part of your weekend away and I would definitely recommend it.
As a vegetarian following a low-gluten diet, I felt very well looked-after by the chef and waiting staff. They had taken the trouble to consider my needs in advance of arrival. Simply gorgeous food - thank you 😊
Excellent service from start to finish.
Very generous portions, deliciously prepared and the service was really outstanding, I was served by a young lady with a lovely smile who couldn’t have done more to help.
Fantastic service-great food, good location
2 lovely dinners as part of our DBB package - plenty of choice and beautifully cooked and presented food. The wine list was reasonable too.
Enjoyed our stay so much extended it to another day
Nice stay, but parts of hotel could do with an update. Spa good. Great location though.
I can highly recommend the afternoon tea. We had it in the spa area which was lovely and relaxing. The afternoon tea was quite delicious with plenty for two people. As we could not Finnish the tea they popped the cakes and scones into a box to take home. Excellent
The whole experience was amazing, every single member of staff had excellent customer service and always made us feel welcome every minute we were there. The hotel is beautiful and the food was definitely one of H highlights.
We had a great weekend to celebrate our 10-year wedding anniversary. The sauna and steam room could do with being hotter, but that's about it. By far, the best treatment that I have ever had. Great food, 1st class service. Supurb weekend.
Fabulous meal. Attentive staff. Will be back. Already recommended.
Upon arriving at the Feversham, several months in advance I was so excited to surprise my partner on his 30th with a lovely stay. The first thing I would say is under no circumstances book ai standard double room, this was the smallest, most outdated and pokey room I’ve ever had the misfortune of staying in and is nothing like the pictures. Save your money and enjoy a lovely stay elsewhere. We were shown to our just plain ugly room by a pleasant member of staff, however, the first thing I noticed was a large brown stain on the duvet. There were also two small black hairs on the bed... disgusting. As a hotel that advertises itself as luxury and certainly not the cheapest or even anywhere near the best in terms of facilities, this is not acceptable. The bedding was quickly changed by a nice cleaning lady and we were told we couldn’t be moved rooms as it was fully booked. Odd as my partner told me when he went to book a room online it was showing there were some available... The service charge of 5% is an absolute joke on top of the expense paid for such a horrid room. In my opinion this room would be good value at roughly £50 per night, we have stayed in cleaner and better equipped premier inn’s for the same price. I have never complained about a hotel experience in my life but along with the disgusting bedding our stay included a dead fly on my plate at dinner, a filthy glass in the spa which was replaced with an even dirtier one, no instructions or attention from any of the spa staff and a truly bizzare dining experience. We booked a table for 8pm and were seated at 8.32, if I’d have wanted to eat at this time I would have reserved it half an hour later, but we did not. The spa gives priority to day visitors and I was told most of the lockers were in use by such guests, in my opinion the residents who pay a minimum of £300 per night should receive priority, the brown dressing gowns for residents compared to the fluffy white day spa goers are so awful it’s laughable. Be warned if you would like a gin in the spa the least attentive staff member in the world will go to pour you a Hendricks or a Bombay and tell you there’s none left and can you make do with ‘Jameson’s’ a brand i’d never heard of. Instead of binning the bottles they go back on the shelf, I have a feeling this charade happens every day, perhaps the nice gin is reserved for the vip spa goers who pay anything from £25... My partner was given a filthy plastic beaker to drink his beer out of, he said could it be swapped as was filthy to be replaced with an even dirtier one. The only positive of our stay was a handful of pleasant staff and an enjoyable dinner despite the wait, dead fly and overcharge on the bill for water. we wanted but did not receive. I have visited Helmsley for years and was so excited to show my Southern partner what I believed would be a total gem. It is a good job he has a good sense of humour and is willing to laugh at our misfortune, I on the other hand felt like crying at how bad this special occasion turned out. It’s such a shame that our stay was this poor as we’ve had so many family and friends ask us how the trip was to which we’ve had to honestly say we’d never reccomend this venue.
Booked the Friday fizz but could only book a suite in the next 4 weeks. The suite was in need of some tlc and smelt of smoke (presumably from when the open fire is used). The condition of the suite is reflected in my assessment of value for money. The pool area was very good and staff were very friendly and attentive. The addition of a service charge to the whole bill was unusual, I prefer to tip separately. As the total amount was similar to any gratuity it did not seem worth making a fuss about but my first thought was to decline to pay it.
Fantastic stay, friendly staff, great atmosphere, food was amazing, we had to wait an additional 1 hour for our food due to thunder storms, this made no difference to our very enjoyable stay with you.
Had a lovely afternoon mostly because we were able to relax on the lovely patio due to the warm weather. Felt the actual afternoon tea was okay however the scones were very dry.
My wife and I really enjoyed our two night stay. The food was excellent and who couldn't like Marmite butter! The team made us feel very welcome in both the hotel and spa, and whilst service wasn't always instant, we take the view as we have done throughout the world - you're on holiday just go with it. Thanks for a great trip.
A perfect stay for our first wedding anniversary, made even better by the room upgrade and lovely chocolates. Outstanding service. Very high standard of food quality and presentation. A wonderful place to stay. We look forward to returning next year.
Really enjoyed my first stay, very relaxing, great room, comfortable bed. Didn’t have time to try the spa facilities so would like to come back.
Food & service very good.
The staff were all exceptionally good and friendly too. A special mention for Michael the Maitre'd who was incredibly personable and funny at the same time as being incredibly professional and proficient - a rare mix. The menu was very limited indeed, I initially thought the little card with 5 choices was the daily specials and asked for the a la carte menu, only to be told that was it! I think the idea of 'paring down' the menu has gone too far, there needs to be more choice - ESPECIALLY when it doesn't change from day to day. I was completely stuck for anything to eat as I'm vegetarian and the only option offered contained ingredients I'm allergic to. However the chef used his initiative and talent to create both starters and mains on each of the two nights we stayed that were truly exceptional! My special thanks go to him for this - and the deserts were also exceptional.Thank you to all!
A friendly atmosphere and lovely setting and food