Warren House

Bed and Breakfast in Hawkswick, Yorkshire

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Arncliffe Road
BD23 5PU

Warren House, Hawkswick

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Accommodation Description:

Warren House is situated in a stunning location with superb views all around. in the very heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park , only 4 miles from Grassington , 13 miles from Skipton , 2 miles from the Calendar Girls village of Kettlewell and 2 miles from Arncliffe. the towns of Ilkley, Harrogate and York are all within easy reach and the Lake District is just over an hour away.

All rooms en suite; wi-fi ; private parking; no smoking; Aga cooked breakfasts. there are numerous pubs and restaurants in Grassington and the surrounding villages. Arrivals between 4pm and 10pm only.

Cash or cheque only. Credit cards to be used for reserving the rooms only.

 4 star rating

From: £69.00

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