Good Hotel Guide Review
Head straight out on to the moors from Peter and Sarah Garnett’s ‘very comfortable’ Edwardian guest house in a scenic village. Return by steam locomotive to Goathland station – a stand-in for Hogsmeade in the Harry Potter films. The hosts provide a welcoming pot of tea and home-made cake in the large lounge; there are games and books, and an open fire in cool weather. Simply styled, homely bedrooms with ‘beautiful moorland views’ are ‘well stocked’ with hot drinks and biscuits; fresh milk and filtered water are in the dining-room fridge. ‘Superb’ breakfasts include daily specials – baked spiced plums with home-made granola and Greek yogurt, say. The front terrace and rear garden catch the sunset.
9. 1 with separate private bathroom.
all year except 1 week over Christmas.
lounge, dining room, in-room TV (Freeview), front terrace, large garden, parking, secure bicycle storage, dinner available on certain evenings in winter, all year for parties of 6 or more.
all ages welcomed.
per room B&B single £47–£71, double £90–£112.