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Green Acres B&B & Cottage
Sleights Lane
Kettlesing

Harrogate
North Yorkshire

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Green Acres Bed & Breakfast (sleeps 2) was established in 1997 and is situated in the quaint village of Kettlesing in the heart of Nidderdale, an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' within the Yorkshire Dales. The surrounding area offers dramatic and contrasting landscapes with panoramic views of lush green meadows, rolling farmland and sheltered river valleys. We are the ideal location from which to discover the countless delights of North Yorkshire whether it be for walking, sightseeing or exploring the area. We also have the added attraction of accessibility to Harrogate, York, Leeds, Skipton and many more historic sites of interest. We offer a service “second to none” which includes attention to detail together with a very high standard of comfort and cleanliness. Our aim is to make your stay as relaxing and enjoyable as possible.

Cherry Blossom Cottage (sleeps 4) Newly converted in July 2011. The contemporary and stylish cottage is decorated and beautifully appointed to a very high standard with a natural décor, solid oak doors and quality furnishings together with fresh flowers and many other personal touches to make your stay extra special, whilst also creating a home from home atmosphere. The cottage is light and spacious and fully equipped for your every need.

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