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Fairhaven Country GH
Goathland
North Yorkshire

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Fairhaven Country Guest House 4 Star Gold with Breakfast Award and TripAdvisor Traveller’s Choice Award winner 2012-2016.

Fairhaven, our family owned and run Edwardian Country Guest House, is in Goathland, a stunning moorland village set in the outstanding natural beauty of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.
* 9 lovely bedrooms, all fully refurbished with lovely views * Fairhaven’s award-winning breakfasts * Fresh milk, filtered water & fresh fruit always available * Rooms serviced daily to a high standard * Enjoy tea, coffee & homemade baking on arrival and throughout your stay* Guest lounge with open fire * Use of our private car park & safe cycle storage * Licensed for alcoholic refreshments * Extensive gardens * Perfect base for exploring the moors and coast * An easy walk to the train station – links to Whitby, Pickering and the Pullman Dining Service * Ideal for family parties, celebrations and groups * Walkers & Cyclists Welcome

Tariff from £44.50 - £52.50pppn for bed and breakfast

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