Monk Fryston Hall Hotel Monk Fryston Hall Hotel

Welcome To Monk Fryston Hall Hotel,

A stately manor house dating from the 12th Century deep in the Vale of York

MONK FRYSTON HALL WEEKLY TWO COURSE LUNCH MENU £14.95

Super value midweek two course lunch for £14.95 or three course lunch for £16.95 (Monday - Friday)

Please ring 01977 682369 to book.

MONK FRYSTON HALL WEDDING FAYRE SUNDAY 7th SEPTEMBER 2014

Our next Wedding Fayre here at the Hall will be held on Sunday 7th September 2014 from 11am - 4pm.

All our regular Wedding suppliers will be available to see along with our Wedding/EventsTeam who will be delighted to chat to you about your plans, dates available and answer any queries you may have. 

The impressive Haddon Room where your wedding would take place, our Grand Four Poster Bridal Suite and a selection of bedrooms will also be open to view. 

We hope you are able to come along and look forward to seeing you.

Theatre Lunch Stories - 2014 (Performed by the Library Theatre Touring Company)

Sunday 08 June 2014                           Weekend Break by John Godber

Martin is staying in the Lake District to write his Hollywood Blockbuster with all the peace and quiet he could hope for….., except that he has invited his parents along for a nice, cosy weekend !!!!  When Len & Joan turn up,it’s raining, cold and they’re falling apart….., with a pill for every complaint!!.

The stresses & strains of family life are played out with bittersweet humour and someunexpected revelations make it a weekend never to forget.

A superb example of Godbers unique, incisive humour!.

2 Course Luncheon, concluding with Coffee and the Theatre Presentation –

£24.00   per person.      (1.45p.m. – 5.45p.m. approx)

 

Sunday 21 September 2014                 Fanny Hill by John Cleland

Peter McGarrys witty adaptation of John Cleland’s notorious novel, tells the rise and fall of “The Greatest Whore in Christendom”. Fanny uses her sexuality to scale the social ranks, eventually becoming mistress of the King himself!!!!!, but ending up a pauper in Newgate Prison.

Avery entertaining mix of erotic entanglements, murder and press ganging.

“Fanny Hill is better value than the TV licence fee!” (Chris Hawkesworth, Harrogate Advertiser)

2 Course Luncheon, concluding with Coffee and the Theatre Presentation –

£24.00 per person. (1.45p.m. – 5.45p.m. approx)

 

Sunday 16 November 2014                  Double Vision by Eric Chappell

“A tale of duped tricksters and mistaken identity” Short-sighted ex-boxer Spinks, down-at-heel resident of a tower block, lets it be known that he has won the lottery.  In cahoots with his reluctant alcoholic friend Kingsley, he attempts to woo twin sisters who come after him for his fortune.

An hilarious comedy by the writer of the TV Classic – Rising Damp

2 Course Luncheon, concluding with Coffee and the Theatre Presentation –

£24.00 per person. (1.45p.m. – 5.45p.m. approx)