‘Warmth exudes’ from the Reynolds family’s ‘happy’, ‘comfortable’ small hotel: ‘They obviously know exactly how to make the place tick.’
From £99 per night
Expect ‘a warm welcome’ at this ‘lovely’, characterful B&B in the heart of a ‘peaceful’ market town on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales.
From £125 per night
A galanthophile’s paradise awaits in the woodland walks and sculpture-strewn trails at this B&B in the Dales. ‘Lovingly’ restored and run with ‘highly personal’ style, Michael Pearson and Eric Culley’s is a manor house with history.
From £125 per night
The Coach House at Middleton Lodge
Minutes from the A1(M) at Scotch Corner, on a ‘huge estate in beautiful countryside’, James Allison’s ‘exciting’, ‘very chic’ restaurant-with-rooms is approached by a tree-lined drive.
On a cobbled market square, Sue and John Rudden have added contemporary flair to their restaurant-with-rooms in a limestone Georgian house.
From £120.00 per night
Grab the lead, pack the pups and head for James Herriot country. A welcoming spot for old dogs and new, Phil and Sarah Bucknall’s refurbished old rectory has great walks from the door.
From £110 per night
Low Mill Guest House
Jan and Neil McNair’s unusual B&B is in their impressively restored late-18th-century corn mill on the River Bain, with glorious Wensleydale countryside stretching out beyond it.
From £105 per night
‘The first sight of the hotel is superb’: preening in sweeping grounds with parkland, lakes, a herd of fallow deer and an impressive walled garden, this mock-Gothic castle recreates an ‘authentic stately-home experience’ for its guests.
From £350 per night
Style influences from around the world bring international flair to this corner of a pretty Yorkshire village.
From £200 per night
Ease into one of the luxurious B&B suites at Karen and John Clarke’s Georgian country house above the ruins of Easby abbey.
From £180 per night
Delve into the fells from this substantial Victorian B&B – it’s an ideal gateway into the Three Peaks and the Dales.