Self Catering in Yorkshire - Buckden
Buckden Travel and Heritage Information
Clifford House Farm
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Pricing From: £761.00
This 17th Century detached stone built farmhouse is in the village of Buckden, close to the town of Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales and sleeps eleven people in five bedrooms.
Clifford House Farm is a detached stone built farmhouse within the village of Buckden, twelve miles from the town of Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This cottage sleeps eleven people and has five bedrooms consisting of one king size double, one double with en-suite shower, two twin bedrooms, one of which is on the ground floor and one family room with three single beds, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also has a large kitchen with dining area, and two sitting rooms, one with an open fire and one with a multi-fuel stove.
Outside, this cottage has off road parking for three cars and a patio with garden furniture and BBQ. Clifford House Farm is a brilliant family holiday home within a National Park, which is renowned for its stunning countryside.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Lovely house for a break with the extended family
We booked Cliiford House Farm because we wanted somewhere where we could get together with our four children, their respective other halves and our granddaughter, plus two dogs. It worked really well. The house is very comfortable, in good decorative order, with a well equipped kitchen and with good quality linen provided. The welcome tray on arrival with tea, coffee, biscuits and milk in the fridge was a nice touch. The nine of us, plus baby enjoyed memorable communal meals around the large farmhouse kitchen table, and there was plenty of comfortable sitting space in either of the two lounges. The weather during our stay was poor, and we appreciated the efficient heating!
We gathered family here; three siblings, spouses and others for a reunion. The accommodations far exceeded our expectations and the location was perfect for all. The kitchen was well equipped and stocked with ample cutlery and crockery for our large group. We didn't light the fire or wood burning stove but it was ready to use.
Having 3 bathrooms was great as well as 2 lounge spaces. Having a house full didn't feel claustrophobic because the space was well utilized.
Convenient for Grassington, Skipton, Hawes and Leyburn the location gave plenty of options available for those that didn't want to walk.
It's unfortunate that The Buck Inn is closed because it left nowhere to eat locally for an evening meal. However the White Lion in Cray was amazing.
This property is ideal for large groups, walkers or sightseers.
We rented Clifford House Farm to celebrate my husband's 70th birthday. It is large enough to accommodate all four children and partners plus grandchildren. The space is terrific. Both sitting rooms large enough to fit us all in, but also allowed some quiet space when needed. The kitchen is huge and well equipped, with a table to seat 12 people comfortably. Lovely views from just about all windows.
It is tucked just behind the Buck Inn, sadly closed at present, but that meant it was very quiet.
The owners are really helpful and go to any lengths to make you feel welcome.
All in all and excellent holiday.
Liked the situation in the centre of the village and all its amenities. Also, the log burners in both rooms made it very cosy. The big kitchen table seated 11 of us very comfortably and the Aga was great for warming the plates and also drying our clothes after a thorough soaking whilst walking the Dales Way.
A great place to stay.
I stayed with my two sons, daughter-in-law and a bunch of Matt's mates from Australia. They were over for fell walking from pub to pub, with about 15 miles of rugged hill between. Jen and I were backup drivers, delivering to the departure point (pub) and collecting them from destination (pub), where they were watching the WorldCup Rugby tournament. Another reason for their visit. Jen was mummy to them all, while we both did the shopping daily, and enjoyed excellent pub lunches in the area. while the lads were hiking the hills. We took our turn in cooking the evening meal, in the well appointed kitchen while they watched more rugby on the TV. Plenty of room for the 8 of us, plus we celebrated Matt's Grandpa' 99 'th birthday with other family members including my other daughter-in-law, Granddaughter, and first wife. A very large kitchen table and two comfortable living rooms, one with a wood burner making a cosy warm atmosphere. Lovely place to stay: could not fault it, and two minutes from the Buck Inn. I would revisit if I could!
Oil central heating with open fire and multi-fuel stove, AGA, electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, Smart TV with FreeSat, video, DVD, stereo/CD, WiFi, USB charging sockets, phone (national landline/mobile calls only, honesty box basis) Oil, power and starter pack for open fires inc in rent
Welcome pack of tea/coffee/sugar, milk and biscuits
Bed linen and towels inc in rent
Travel cot on request, 2 x toddler booster seats
Off road parking for 3 cars
Patio with furniture and BBQ
Two well-behaved pets welcome
Sorry, no smoking
Shop 2 mins walk
Pub 1 mile
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