“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”.
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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.
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We’re pleased to be closely involved with many community initiatives.
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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.
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!
18 June 2018
Natural England has given the green light for the Estate to enter a significant Higher Tier Countryside Stewardship scheme which focuses on an extensive agri environment plan on the across the Estate. The scheme, which will run for 10 years until 2028, will involve a number of ‘green farming’ options such as the seeding of wild bird food, extended over winter stubbles, providing pollen & nectar and bumble-bird mixes, and producing a low input whole crop harvest of barley and wheat. Important moorland and wet grassland areas will be enhanced to allow grazing by suitable livestock as part of the scheme providing the necessary conditions for ground nesting birds such as Lapwing, Curlew and Snipe. The re-wetting of areas of heather moorland will be undertaken, blocking the drainage grips and ‘locking in’ the carbon in the peaty soils. Traditional hedgerows will be restored in targeted areas and grassland subject to historic farming methods will be protected too.
The whole of the Estate’s woodland property will be covered by the scheme as well, combining management of the existing expanse of woodland and forest with the planting of new areas of trees to link the woods together.
The scheme roots the Estate’s commitment to long term sustainable management and the improvement of the countryside and its important habitats. The Estate is proud of its policy of ensuring that farming, forestry and our natural environment can successfully co-exist and remain profitable.
07 June 2018
On Sunday 3rd June, 200 athletes of all abilities, from all over the North came to take part in the annual Mulgrave run organised by Mulgrave Community Sports Association. The challenging route includes views of the old medieval castle, the fords crossing the becks at Sandsend and a hill climb to 430m. Hardly a walk in the park! Jay Ferns of Glaisdale won 1st place with a time of 36:12 and the first lady home was Catherine Williamson of Whitby in 42:17, who took sixth place overall. A huge thank you to all the runners and everyone involved in organising the event.
05 June 2018
The Mulgrave Estate has been granted planning permission for nearly 7,000 sq ft of new, high quality office accommodation in a semi-rural location to the north of Whitby, North Yorkshire, to help meet demand from local businesses.
Sympathetically converted from former diary buildings, five new modern office suites will be created, ranging in size from 613 sq ft to 3,121 sq ft, at Ayrshire Buildings, Mulgrave Castle, on the Mulgrave Estate, a 15,000 acre estate, running from the coast to the North York Moors, just north of Whitby.
22 May 2018
To celebrate the Royal Wedding which took place on Saturday (19th May), crowds gathered in Lythe to watch the firing of the Stiddy. Lady Normnaby, Castle staff and our maintenance team all took turns in lighting the Stiddy.
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