Laskill Country House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Bilsdale, Nr Hawnby
Helmsley
North York Moors
Yorkshire
England
YO62 5NB

Laskill Country House, Helmsley

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Laskill House stands proudly in beautiful Bilsdale, 6 miles north of Helmsley, in the stunning North Yorkshire Moors National Park. It is surrounded by hills and open countryside which fringe the unique open moors.

Traditionally built of Yorkshire stone in the seventies Laskill has its own private spring water supply that runs down from the hillside - definitely worth a sample. Originally built as a private residence, it has just opened its doors as a contemporary Bed and Breakfast establishment whilst still retaining its rural charm.

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From: £45.00

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