A place to completely relax!

The Orange Tree was established in 2001 as a place to totally relax and unwind. (The name was inspired by the original owner’s fond memories of relaxing in the warmth of an orange grove in Portugal). Since this time, The Orange Tree’s reputation has grown, becoming known not only as a friendly, peaceful and relaxing home away from home, but also as a whole unique experience.

At The Orange Tree, we provide a welcoming place to completely escape, relax and re-energise.  Each week guests from all walks of life tell us how much they enjoy the delicious vegetarian food, lovely rooms, relaxing treatments, outdoor Jacuzzi and the beautiful rural setting of the North York Moors.

I’m Edward, I run the Orange Tree along with a dedicated team of staff and therapists. We love what we do and it is our aim to make your stay with us as enjoyable and as comfortable as possible. I came here for the first time in October 2008 looking for a place to run my yoga and meditation retreats and I immediately fell in love with the place. When the opportunity arose to buy the place it was a dream come true.

The business was already well established and I have continued to keep things running pretty much as they have been, just gradually developing things over time. I also teach Yoga, Chi Gong, meditation and relaxation so we may be able to include a session during your stay.

That, in a nutshell, is what we’re about.

In the meantime, please enjoy exploring our site and if you need any further information on anything at all, please let us know either by dropping  us a line via email at relax@theorangetree.com

or by calling 01751 417219

We hope to welcome you here soon.!

orange tree leaflet click here!

We do have a bit of an Environmental Policy too. Well I suppose it is just nice to be able to do a little bit to help where we can.

We use local suppliers wherever possible and all our electricity is supplied by Good Energy, a company that provides100% renewable energy. All our food scraps go either to be composted or to the  chickens  at the farm up the lane.

A walk on the moor by Steve Jackson