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B and Bs in Askrigg

Stoney End
Worton
Askrigg
North Yorkshire

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Situated in a quiet backwater away from the hustle and bustle of daily life Stoney End is a Grade 2 Listed Building dating back to the seventeenth century, originally providing a barn for the neighbouring farm house. It was converted in 1990 and is now our family home as well as providing stunning guest accommodation within the tiny hamlet of Worton, near Askrigg in Wensleydale.

In addition to the usual home comforts including log fires in the winter. We have an extensive award winning breakfast menu which caters for every taste. We also offer the following for the use of our guests: sauna, stay more than one night and have your first session free, free wifi, ipod docks in all rooms, flat screen TV with DVD and freesat, hot tub on private patio, exclusive to Yoredale room, lovely views over Wensleydale from Yoredale and Ellerkin and over the village towards Thornton Rust from Wensleydale and Private parking. A really relaxing experience in the Yorkshire Dales.

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