Scar Croft

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Scar Croft, Chapel Street
Grassington
Yorkshire
England
BD23 5BE

Scar  Croft, Grassington

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Our family home is in a quiet location in the busy village of Grassington, but is just two minutes walk from the village square. There are two rooms available one twin bedded and one double; both rooms are ensuite, and have colour television and teacoffee making facilities etc. There is also a guest sitting room and dining room wihich can be used at anytime.

A Full English breakfast is served from 7.30am.

 4 star rating

From: £75.00


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