Broom House at Egton Bridge

'Just outside a picturesque little village’, host to an annual gooseberry show, in the North York Moors national park, this ‘high-quality B&B’ is run by owners Georgina and Michael Curnow. More

Contact details

Broom House Lane
Egton Bridge
Yorkshire
YO21 1XD
England
07423 636783

Hotel information

Bedrooms

9. 2 (1 on ground floor) in converted barn suite.

Open

Mar–Nov.

Facilities

lounge, breakfast room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), 1-acre garden.

Background music

in breakfast room.

Children

all ages welcomed (by arrangement).

Dogs

not allowed.

Credit cards

MasterCard, Visa.

Prices

per room B&B £89–£200. Min. 2-night bookings preferred at weekends.

Other reviews

Good Hotel Guide Review

‘Just outside a picturesque little village’, host to an annual gooseberry show, in the North York Moors national park, this ‘high-quality B&B’ is run by owners Georgina and Michael Curnow. Bedrooms vary in size, from a compact attic room with views over the Esk valley and moors, to a dual-aspect room with a sofa in front of a feature fireplace. The May Barn, with private access, has a ground-floor sitting room, double bedroom, wet room and patio; a first-floor double with exposed beams and stonework, a travertine bathroom, walk-in shower, a roll-top bath with a view. ‘Decor was modern, clean, like an upmarket barn conversion… Farrow & Ball-type colours.’ All rooms are supplied with hospitality tray, good toiletries. Breakfast, cooked by Michael, is ‘good, with attention paid to local sourcing’. Scrambled eggs, a test of timing, were perfectly done – but, says a reader, guests staying for a few days might appreciate more choice. It is a ten-minute walk to the pub, across the river by stepping stones, a ten-minute drive to Whitby, for fans of Dracula (the ruined abbey), and fish and chips (the Magpie).

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Broom House at Egton Bridge
Broom House Lane
Egton Bridge
Yorkshire
YO21 1XD

Guest comments

'A delightful stay, just outside a picturesque little village - a pleasant ten-minute walk takes you to a pub, with stepping stones over the river. We stayed in their newly finished cottage extension. Price was high but we gotspace for the money. Beds were comfortable. Decor was modern, clean, and well thought through. Breakfast was good, in a spacious restaurant, with attention paid to local sourcing; very friendly service. ' - - May, 2017
'Attractive situation. Comfortable room. Would have preferred a daily-changing menu to a fixed à la carte but the food was good. ' - John and Eileen Avison - July, 2012
'Comfortable, relaxing, very good value. Friendly staff. A warm welcome from the owner. Fairly modern decor throughout. Guest lounge with three comfortable sofas and caol fire. Our smallish bedroom had comfortbale beds, good lighting, lots of storage space. In the large restuarant, quiet msuic played (why?). Dinners good but plainish. Excllent breakfasts. ' - GC - October, 2011

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Tourist attractions

  • Scarborough

    A seaside town with an art gallery, a marine sanctuary and a castle.

  • Whitby

    Famous fishing town, with fantastic fish and chips at the Magpie Café

  • Castle Howard

    A magnificent 18th-century house, set in 1,000 acres of parkland.

Last updated: October 8, 2018. Information from the 2019 Good Hotel Guide