“Welcome to the Mulgrave website. Mulgrave has been our family home since 1743 and we hope you will enjoy your time with us; whether it be staying in one of our holiday cottages, exploring the Estate’s coastline and open woodlands or visiting our gardens on Open Days. As the Estate continues to evolve and grow our aim is to sustain Mulgrave as an Estate of Excellence”.
Click here to see what grazing land we currently have available!
Order your logs online and we'll call you to arrange delivery.
Extending to 15,000 acres, the Estate comprises a mix of agricultural, residential and commercial property and is close to the beautiful and historic town of Whitby in the North York Moors National Park.
Mulgrave Estate is pleased to offer seven individual properties for the self-catering holiday.
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Mulgrave Woods are open to the public throughout the year - they also provide a valuable source of fuel.
Our Estate owns and manages a number of commercial and residential properties.
View our Properties
We’re pleased to be closely involved with many community initiatives.
Find out about our Community Involvement
Information for and about our tenants - find out all you need to know, and much more besides!
Information for and about our Tenants
We’re committed to protecting our local countryside and to safe and productive farming.
Click here for information on our current available land!
Throughout 2018 Country Garden Trusts and other groups will be organizing events around the country to celebrate Repton's work.
Visit http://www.humphryrepton.org/ for more details.
Read all about Mulgrave Estate and keep up with our latest news via our blog.
Explore our events calendar - there’s always something going on at Mulgrave Estate!
15 January 2018
As part of Mulgrave’s farm re-organisation at Lythe, the Estate continues its investment in sustainable agriculture by erecting a new livestock building at Phipps Farm, now occupied by Martin & Vanessa Dobson.
10 January 2018
The Mulgrave Estate have been awarded a grant to restructure and rebuild a traditional drystone wall that has fallen into disrepair.
The grant from the National Park Authority’s Traditional Boundary Scheme contributes towards the cost of restoring the wall which is in a prominent location next to the Cleveland Way National Trail at Kettleness. Local drystonewaller Neil Harland, is undertaking the work and making good progress with the job.
05 January 2018
Our hardwood logs are available to order in a range of sizes.
Please call the Sawmill department on 01947 893909
05 January 2018
Order oil through Boiler Juice and they will donate 25p per every litre to either Mulgrave Sports Club or Lythe Village Hall. Go to “My BoilerJuice communities” and search “mulgrave community sports association” or “lythe village hall” in the “ID” area when you order online!
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