See below for Information about taxis from the airports to Swinton Park.
Our helipad co-ordinates are Lat: N 54:12:46 Long: W 001:40:29 O.S. Landranger SE213797. Please call us prior to arrival to book a landing with us, and advise of your anticipated departure time.
Travel to Swinton Park by helicopter with Multiflight
Multiflight’s first class helicopter charter service to and from the hotel offers the ultimate in luxury, comfort and safety. Multiflight will take care of all the arrangements for you, and you will land on Swinton Park’s own helicopter landing pad within the hotel grounds. The company offers a fleet of charter helicopters, including two luxurious Dauphins, which can seat up to nine passengers.
Tel: +44 (0)113 238 7166
Manchester Airport to Thirsk (direct)
Arriva booking line: 08457 222 333
Please contact reception (01765 680900) if you need a taxi booking.
The approximate costs and journey times to Swinton Park from the following destinations are:
- Teeside Airport: £53; 45 minutes
- Leeds Airport: £55; 45 minutes
- Manchester Airport: £145; 2 hours
- Doncaster/Sheffield : £125; 1.5 hours
- Thirsk Station: £23; 25 minutes
Chauffeur Driven Car Service
If you would prefer to travel in a chauffeur-driven car, we recommend the Yorkshire Chauffeur Company. Howard Smelt-Webb and his colleague Darren Thompson operate two black Range Rovers, licensed and insured to carry four passengers in luxury and comfort. The elevated position of the Range Rover will enable you to see over the hedges and walls, offering you a full view of the countryside during your journey.
Please contact reception (01765 680900) to make a booking for you. Guideline prices for collection and travel to Swinton Park are below:
- Thirsk railway station – £45
- Northallerton railway station – £45
- Harrogate railway station – £55
- York railway station – £90
- Teeside Airport – £75
- Leeds/Bradford Airport – £90
- Newcastle Airport – £140
- Doncaster/Sheffield Airport – £145
- Manchester Airport – £160
- Heathrow Airport – £300
The Kitchen Gossip
It’s lovely to see new season’s ingredients coming in, heralding the delights of the year to come. First to arrive is Yorkshire rhubarb, now readily available in shops. Click Rhubarb for my recipe, which is very versatile and easy to make at home.
2014 has got off to a flying start with busy classes right across the schedule. Our Thursday Cookery Club Mornings and Supper Evenings have been very well received and I’m looking forward to our Barbecue Cook and Lunch courses starting at Easter.