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This B&B is absolutely first class and well situated for touring both the Yorkshire Moors and Dales we have just returned from our 6th visit so it must be good. I refer to this place as my Home from Home when in Yorkshire. Breakfast has...More
Genuinely one of the nicest places I have stayed - owners strike just the right balance between being friendly and helpful but also allowing you your own space - design of the property helps with a really comfortable lounge that our group of four had...More
We chose this location as we planned to do some walking on the North York Moors.
The guest house was on the edge of a very pleasant village, and within walking distance of several local pubs,The George and Dragon being our favourite and served excellent...More
Absolutely stunning place! Furnished in an eclectic antique style but with such taste that all just goes together perfectly. Attention to details worth admiring! I had lovely time there and will be coming back! Great base for trips around the Yorkshire Moors. Breakfast included in...More
We stayed at the Cornmill for just one night and found the bedroom relaxing and the bed extremely comfortable. Breakfast was cooked to order and was delicious. A very comfortable and enjoyable stay. The breakfast room was where the water wheel used to be and...More
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US$102 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Would it be advisable to book a table on a Thursday evening? My son is 21 in May and does not like a 'fuss',I am looking for a 'nice' pleasant place to go for a meal which is just a little bit special for just the two of us (Mum and Son).
29 September 2015|
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You will have to go out in evening I sugest The Royal Oak at Gillamor r The Crown at Hutton le Hole. I have used both. Enjoy.
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"Room 5 has probably the biggest and best bath I've ever used!"