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Knowles Lodge
Appletreewick
Skipton
North Yorkshire

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Knowles Lodge offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Wharfedale, between Appletreewick and Barden. A family house built in 1938, lovingly restored and refurbished this magnificent Canadian-style ranch house is a stylish, attractive and comfortable spot for guests. Set on a small plateau and surrounded by 17 acres of meadow and woodland, Knowles Lodge enjoys breathtaking views in every direction, in particular over Black Park and towards Simon’s Seat.

Accommodation is offered in four elegant and comfortable en-suite bedrooms three of which are on the ground floor. The three ground floor rooms all face west towards Hough Wood where, in May, you will see a stunning blanket of bluebells. The upstairs family room has an amazing view looking south down the Wharfe valley towards Barden & Bolton Abbey. For single occupancy please use the code SINGLE for available rooms.

Chris and Pam will welcome you warmly with a cup of tea or coffee, preferably on the terrace (weather permitting) where, often as not, you can watch lots of pheasants feeding.

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