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B and Bs in Pateley Bridge

Lyndale Guest House
King Street
Pateley Bridge
North Yorkshire

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Lyndale Guesthouse opened in March 2008. A beautiful victorian property renovated to a high standard but with many original features retained. With a fireplace in five of the six bedrooms and an original cooking range in the dining room this house has a very homely feeling about it. Four of the six bedrooms are en~suite and all have very comfortable beds and power showers. All rooms are spacious with high ceilings and most can accommodate extra beds. All rooms are equipped with tv, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryers and all are spotlessly clean. The dining room is open at all times whether to eat a takeaway, have a drink or to use the inhouse computer to catch up with emails etc. Wireless Broadband is also available. The fridge and microwave are availableto use in the kitchen, if so required. As a member of Deliciously Yorkshire, The Regional Food Group, your breakfast is of the highest quality ingredients and is all locally produced. All preferences and dietary needs can be catered for. Central to this small market town, Lyndale is within walking distance of eating places, pubs, shops, the river, childrens park and we are just over the road from the showfield, where many different events take place throughout the year. There is also a swimming pool and gym a short walk away. Whether you are walking, cycling, fishing, sightseeing or just having a relaxing break, Lyndale Guest House is THE place to stay in Pateley Bridge.

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