A Grade-II listed country house hotel near Harrogate has been given the go ahead to extend its main restaurant.
Nidd Hall, operated by Warner Leisure, is home to 182 bedrooms and two eateries including its main restaurant The Rawson, which will be expanded as part of the project drawn up by PWP Architects.
The hotel also consists of a swimming pool and spa, cabaret venue and its other fine-dining restaurant The Terrace.
Nidd Hall dates back to the 1820s, when it was first built for a Bradford wool merchant on the site of an Elizabethan manor house. It first became a hotel in the 1980s and was then acquired by Warner Leisure in the late 1990s and extended.
The Warner Leisure portfolio consists of 13 properties across the UK, including six Grade-I and Grade-II listed hotels in countryside locations.