Located just down the road in Northallerton, Rounton brews coffees that are sourced responsibly and roasted with care and believe ‘great coffee should be accessible to all, no matter how it is brewed’.

As a multi-award-winning roastery Rounton Coffee are able to work with some of the most forward-thinking minds in the coffee industry, and some of the world's most celebrated producers. Their small but dynamic team is fiercely passionate about coffee, people, and making positive change in the world around them.

Rounton Coffee Roasters believe a cup of coffee can be so much more than just a drink. It's a mindful moment in the day, the ritual of a brew, or the thing that brings people together and we are proud to partner with them to give our guests those special moments.

And you can even enjoy a piece of the Rockliffe experience at home as Rounton Coffee Roasters have now launched home compostable coffee pods (Nespresso compatible) as part of their mission to offer great coffee with minimum impact on the environment. The best part is that there is no compromise on the taste or quality of the coffee as the pods contain the same speciality coffee as previously.

Prefer to enjoy your coffee in the luxurious surroundings of a five-star hotel? We don’t blame you. Staying in an Old Hall bedroom at Rockliffe Hall gives you the luxury of a Nespresso coffee machine along with the compostable pods to use during your stay. Sit back, relax and enjoy.

Find out more about Rounton Coffee Roasters using the link below or book a stay at Rockliffe Hall.

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