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It is such a shame when people give negative reviews for bed and breakfast owners who open up their own homes for guests they don't know from Adam and who do their best to make you feel as comfortable and as welcome as they can...More
Me and my husband visited the B&B a few weeks ago, we won't be going back and will definitely not be recommending it to family and friends. Firstly, the owners only wanted cash for payment and to pay a deposit you had to send a...More
Second stay with Anna and Jack. Fond memories of the area that are treasured. Excellent accommodation with beautiful crisp Egyptian cotton sheets making for a heavenly refreshing sleep with a breakfast to die for. Looking forward to our next visit
I fell on this extraordinary bed and breakfast quite by accident, as I was selling my wares at a Christmas charity fair at Duncombe Park, nearby. I arrived, on my own, after the first evening of sales, at about 9.45, to be met by the...More
Upon arrival shown to rooms that were comfortable and warm on arrival.
Anna is the perfect host and very knowledgeable with places to visit..she had ticket savings for Castle Howard which we paid £10 for - a saving of £7 per ticket - well worth...More
How do you make contact with this establishment over the telephone? Would like 2 send my friend up 2 this area as a retirement present for all the hard work she has put into her business which she has made available to all throughout the years that I have known her. She will be 76 in Sept - which is the month, PG - she will be spending a weekend in Yorks. She has 2 dogs - BOTH V WELL-BEHAVED - which she won't leave behind her. They would be missing her 2 much. She has had an absolutely horrible year with 1 thing & another and this would be a nice way of saying "Thank you " to her.
27 June 2016|
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"This is a B&B. Our room was the furthest from farmhouse (20 second walk)"