B and Bs in Goathland

Glendale House
Goathland
North Yorkshire

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Glendale House, Bed and Breakfast.

Glendale House was built in 1875 by Edward Fuller Sewell, an uncle of Anna Sewell, the author of the novel "Black Beauty". Glendale House is a large, stone built country house, in the centre of the picturesque village of Goathland, where sheep graze right outside our garden gate. The large conservatory dining room, opens out on to the garden, and overlooks the fish pond and waterfall, and the house offers outstanding moor land views from every aspect.

. All our rooms have:
En-suite facilities
Free WiFi
Flat screen satellite TV
Central heating
Tea / coffee trays
Hair driers
Heated towel rails

The house is more recently famous as Dr Ferrenby's surgery in the Yorkshire TV series, "Heartbeat".

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