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B and Bs in Pateley Bridge

Roslyn House
9 King Street
Pateley Bridge
North Yorkshire

HG3 5AT | View map

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Roslyn House is an extremely well appointed and charming Victorian guest house located in the centre of Pateley Bridge, just off the main street and less than two hundred yards from the river Nidd. It has a pleasant lounge, an attractive café style breakfast room and six beautifully refurbished en-suite bedrooms. Free Parking and WiFi internet access also available.

The owners, Lawrence & Liz Glynn, place great emphasis on a warm welcome, good food and first class service. Their aim is to make your stay at Roslyn House a happy one!

Pateley Bridge, located in the heart of Nidderdale is an ideal base for visiting the Yorkshire Dales and Moors, and Walking the Nidderdale Way. Pateley Bridge is an all-year round centre for walkers, fishermen, country lovers in fact, anyone who likes to get away for a while to enjoy the warm, friendly atmosphere and beauty of the surrounding countryside.

Nidderdale Walk Package option includes guest pick-up and take out transport avoiding backpacking providing a single base for walkers.

Renowned for it’s Breakfasts, Roslyn House sports a menu choice of 20 items virtually all sourced locally form the very best and freshest suppliers.


Ratings/Awards: AA - 'Highly Commended' reserved for top 5% in category.
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Room:

Double: £68 to £74
Twin: £68 to £74
Single: £49
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Children Welcome - Over 11 years
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No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
Building of Historic Interest
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