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Spaunton Manor
Appleton-le-Moors
Helmsley
North Yorkshire

YO62 6TR | View map

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Spaunton Manor is a beautiful 17th Century Bed and Breakfast set in the heart of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Set in the small Hamlet of Spaunton, you will find nothing but peace, quiet, and beautiful views. All our B&B rooms are luxuriously decorated with comfortable beds, fresh flowers from the garden, flat screen televisions with freeview and DVD player and free wifi internet access. Of course a hearty full english breakfast is included from locally sourced ingredients, and eggs from our local free range chickens. You will have breakfast in our fantastic 'court leet' dining room, or if you prefer, you can eat in the garden to the sound of bird song on a warm summers day. Spaunton B&B is set in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park with many things to see and do - action and adventure, lovely villages, museums and historical buildings to name a few. Spaunton B&B is only a fifteen minute drive away from Helmsley, a twenty minute drive from Flamingo Land and an easy fourty minute drive away from the historical city of York. We look forward to your visit and hope to make your stay unforgettable, and with so much to see and do, hopefully we will see you again soon. Thanks for looking.

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