Good Hotel Guide Review
In a ‘beautiful setting’, with views stretching across the Dales, this family run hotel in an Edwardian country house is on a quiet lane one. Panelled walls, grand fireplaces, a billiard table in the library conjure up an era long past, but there is ’nothing stuffy here!’ The friendly staff ‘have a nice line in chat, and make you feel at home.’ Hearty regional produce, in the spacious, modern restaurant, is used for the Yorkshire breakfasts, light lunches and daily changing evening menus; perhaps slow cooked Wensleydale beef in Black Sheep ale. Bedrooms, in the main house (some with a conservatory and garden access), to one side or in the courtyard, have timeless elegance and a wondrous outlook.
24, some accessed from outside main building, 5 in Coach House.
all year, except 2 weeks in early Jan. Closed for private parties over Christmans, New Year.
bar, lounge, library/billiard room, in-room TV, courtyard, 1-acre garden.
in public areas except lounge
all ages welcomed.
well-behaved dogs in ground floor bedrooms, on lead in public areas, not in restaurant.
per room B&B £150-£240. Set dinner £34-£40.