A luxury boutique hotel in North Yorkshire is hoping plans to create additional accommodation on site will be approved by local councillors, as demand for rooms in the area rises.
The Crab Manor Hotel is currently home to 17 themed bedrooms, spread across its 18th century Georgian manor house, thatched lodge, Scandinavian pine cabins and garden rooms, all located within the grounds of the establishment.
Now a proposal has been submitted for the creation of a two-storey hotel annex, incorporating three additional rooms, close to the manor house.
According to plans drawn up by Wearmouth Architectural Design, the annex will incorporate one larger suite on the first floor, with two en-suite rooms at ground floor level.
The hotel and restaurant are owned by North East leisure entrepreneur Paul Mackings.