Rudstone Walk

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Brough, Yorkshire

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Rudstone Walk, Brough

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Set in its own 80 acres on the very edge of the Yorkshire Wolds surrounded by green field and lawns Rudstone Walk has a wonderful location enjoying spectacular views across the Humber Estuary Vale of York and Lincolnshire Wolds - you can see York Minster on a clear day! Just 1 mile from M62 with easy access to York Hull Beverley Lincoln and all Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire has to offer.Rudstone Walk provides a relaxing and peaceful retreat for both the business and leisure traveller.The 400 year old Yorkshire Farmhouse with its log fires and award winning Restaurant forms the heart of this unique establishment which dates back to the Domesday Book when we believe the site was a small hamlet named Red Tope. Rudstone Walk is renowned for its hospitality and excellent home cooked food using only local suppliers.

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