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B and Bs in Skipton

Browside Farmhouse
Woodside Lane
Cononley

Skipton
North Yorkshire

BD20 8PE | View map
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Farmhouse B&B accommodation, situated only 2 miles from Skipton, the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales. The 17th Century Farmhouse is set in substantial mature attractive gardens extending to over 1 acre in size. Highly attractive property and location. Spectacular country views of the Yorkshire Dales. The Farmhouse has recently been updated but retains many of its original features including beamed exposed timber ceilings, working iron range. Ideal base for touring the Yorkshire Dales. High quality family run B&B, ensuring you have a pleasant enjoyable experience. Traditional breakfasts, and we also cater for Vegetarians.

Large dining room with original feature stone inglenook fireplace and oil fired stove. Exposed original oak beams with original exposed pitched pine floorboards. Original pitch pine doors – a magnificent room to enjoy your traditional full English Farmhouse Breakfast, made from fresh locally sourced produce.

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