Dowfold House Bed & Breakfast is in a quiet location overlooking Crook, with stunning views over Weardale as far as the North Pennines. We welcome business visitors, tourers, cyclists, walkers, dogs and children. People just keep coming back! Jill & Rupert (not to mention our dog and two cats...) look forward to welcoming you to this lovely, comfortable Victorian house with its delightful gardens.Built in 1860 for Joseph Pease, local mine owner and first Quaker MP, the house has some historical interest. It is an ideal place to stay when visiting the North East of England. Durham City is just a 15 minute drive away and the house is just a few minutes from the A68, a major route to and from Scotland.
Ashfield House is a bed and breakfast located in the charming town of Grassington, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Although a small market 'town', locals fondly refer to Grassington as a 'village' as it retains a close community and still feels part of a bygone age. When you first arrive in this delightful stepping stone to the Dales, it is hard not to be captivated by its timeless appeal. Set on the River Wharfe and surrounded by ancient woodland, Grassington is ideal for walking, fishing and cycling. YORKSHIRE DALES: Designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, the Yorkshire Dales National Park offers endless opportunities to recharge your batteries and be dazzled by unparalleled beauty. Hike in the hills, or perhaps go for a riverside walk along the River Wharfe as it meanders through stunning countryside. You are more than spoilt for choice in this corner of North Yorkshire. Grassington itself lies on 'The Dales Way', an 80 mile trek from Yorkshire to the Lake District. So, if you are looking for a walking holiday in the Yorkshire Dales, with outstanding limestone scenery, Grassington is the perfect base.
we are a family run guest house in a great location 100 yards from golden mile and beach and five mins from town centre we have 7 bedrooms 3 doubles 3 singles and 1 family room all rooms are fairly price for short or long stays have a great breakfast see what you think
A luxury B&B just outside the pretty village of Charing in Ashford, Kent. Close to the Eurotunnel and Dover perfect for a stop over or longer stay. Come visit us and check out our lovely B&B with luxurious spacious rooms. Each room is personally decorated to a high standard with ensuite bathrooms, TV and free wifi.
The accommodation is on the first floor and is clean, fresh and very comfortable with double bed en-suite bathroom tastefully furnished and decorated with welcome tray, TV, WiFi, hairdryer. A full English breakfast is served with other options available if requested.
Nicely positioned overlooking the prestigious private Hymers College and its grounds. 1 mile from the city centre and an abundance of local eateries of many different styles and tastes. Only 50 metres from the bus stop yet on tree lined boulevard. Quiet location and tastefully decorated rooms. A true home from home and a friendly welcome awaits.
This comfortable, stylish and friendly house offers all you could want, a home from home, and then some. The refurbishment of this 18th Century Town house did not stop at the front door, Fiona has transformed a previously dark and weed infested uninspiring space into a delightful and tranquil walled garden, filled with scented plants including Shrub and Climbing Roses from David Austin and Peter Beales, Irish Yews, Rhododendrons, Azaleas, Clematis and many perennials, just a delight for you to share.
Charming limestone B and B consisting of two double, twin or family rooms with great views, guest lounge and garden. Refurbished rooms, locally sourced food and a warm welcome. On the border of the dark and white Peak, perfect for all outdoor activities and major attractions. 5 mins walk to pubs and restaurants. Dog, cyclist and muddy boot friendly. Relax and unwind in the heart of the peak.
Broadgrove B&B offers unique peace and tranquillity at the day's end. On the Wiltshire / Somerset borders it is close to many local attractions and is central for Bath and Longleat. A 17th century organic smallholding set in the middle of its own land, it is surrounded by undulating countryside: a stunning location, with long views to the tiny Doomsday village of Cloford.