Good Hotel Guide Review
With its uninterrupted views of moors and farmland, this smart farmhouse B&B in an acre of garden feels remote, yet is only a ten-minute walk from the riverside village of Egton Bridge. The Victorian building has been stylishly modernised with slate floors, pale oak doors and soothing Farrow & Ball colours: ‘modern, clean and well thought through’. Most bedrooms have ‘a cottagey feel’, done with ‘a light touch’, with pale-coloured furniture, muslin curtains and modern bathroom; two are more contemporary in style, while second-floor rooms are cosier, with beams, and have the best views. Go for walks on the moors from the doorstep – the coast-to-coast path is only half a mile away – and return to a fire in the sitting room on wintry days, or birdsong on the large, stone terrace in summer. Two village pubs are within walking distance. Although a ‘short menu’, breakfast, taken in the large, modern dining-room extension, has good local sourcing, ‘very friendly service’ and ‘particularly good scrambled egg’. Throughout guests’ stay, the feeling is ‘relaxed and peaceful’. (HP, and others)
Broom House Lane
7. 1 in cottage annexe.
Apr–Oct 2020, limited availability Nov–Feb, fully reopen Mar 2021.
lounge, breakfast room, in-room TV (Freeview), 1-acre garden.
in breakfast room.
only over-12s welcomed.
per room B&B £90–£140. Min. 2-night bookings for summer weekends.