Burnley House

Guest house in Hutton-le-Hole, Yorkshire (North York Moors)

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Burnley House
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Burnley House, Hutton-le-Hole

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Accommodation Description:

There is no hustle and bustle here except maybe the village stream might rise an inch or two if we have had bad weather. Generally the idea is to unwind and relax. Leave your work and problems behind and let the time slip peacefully by while you gently wander the moors

Offer 1) Mid week offer 3 nights for the price of two. Literally you get a full nights bed and breakfast free of charge. No hidden extras.

Applicable days: any days between Sunday and Thursday inclusive.

Offer 2) Our service men and women have made a commitment to our country that many civilians would find imposible to do often at the cost of their limbs or mental stability. It is our commitment to them to offer active members of our armed forces free bed and breakfast at Burnley House only their spouses/other halves have to pay normal rate. If both partners are in the armed forces then the accommodation can only be offered at half price.

This offer applies to any member any regiment/corps any room any time of year any rank. Please let us know you are a serviceman when you book

Following a visit from the “Visit England” hotel inspector we have been given the prestigious “Breakfast Award” in recognition of our use of local food cooking and presentation. The inspectors are not all like the ones you see on television.

They are really quite human. On arrival you will be offered freshly brewed tea or coffee also a piece of something rather tasty. Whether you need a Weekday "just passing through quick stay" or visit for business reasons a weekend break celebrate that special event or even a week or two holiday give us a call.

Leave your work and problems behind and let the time slip peacefully by while you gently wander the moors and listen to pheasants partridge green woodpecker and a host of other country birds or simply look at and admire the countryside with its rolling dales and hills dotted with quaint little villages where the locals can hardly be understood because of their broad natural accents. We are awash with wonderful little eateries that are usually in pubs. They by no means just serve up “pub grub”.

They also go to great lengths to give you haute cuisine worthy of many top restaurants.

 4 star rating

From: £56.00

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Hutton le Hole Travel and Heritage Information

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