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Acorn Corner B&B
Markstone House
East Cowton
North Yorkshire

DL7 0JU | View map

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Acorn Corner B&B has two bedrooms, both with shower ensuites. One room has a kingsize bed or twin beds and the other room is a double. Each room has a tv and tea/coffee making facilities. A full English breakfast is offered.Acorn Corner B&B is a former farmhouse set in 8 acres of grassland and is situated between the Yorkshire Dales and Yorkshire Moors at the north end of the Vale of York. We are centrally situated for many of the Norths’ tourist attractions and an ideal base for sight-seeing in the area. We are close to the market towns of Northallerton, Darlington, Richmond, and Thirsk. During your stay why not take in some of these local attractions: Croft Motor Racing Circuit Richmond Castle Lightwater Valley Theme Park Durham Castle and Cathedral The City of York Darlington Railway Museum Hartlepool Historic Quayside Beamish Museum North Yorkshire Horse Racing Courses Bowes museum North York Moors Railway Local Sunday market Local Village Pubs serving excellent food Paintball Anglers will be pleased to note that there are numerous fishing ponds and riverside locations nearby, some within easy walking distance. Course fishing at Corn Hill Ponds is particularly picturesque and peaceful.

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