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This is by far the best B & B we have stayed in. My wife are I were having a break in the Yorkshire Dales, combining walking and sightseeing, and this is just the perfect place to stay. Do visit Wensleydale Creamery, and also eat...More
Stayed overnight whilst visiting friends in Askrigg and cannot praise this guest house enough. The house is delightful, our room was spotless the bed comfortable and the position of the house perfect for a good nights sleep. The house has a residents lounge which is...More
This was our first visit to Thornsgill House but it certainly won't be our last. Les and Dorothy are the perfect hosts, a mine of information on the local area and anyone would have difficulty finding better breakfasts anywhere. The large bedroom was very comfortable...More
When you go to the dales you realise that God must be a Yorkshireman and Wensleydale is the template for paradises elsewhere. Rolling hills, dozens of shades of green, valleys of lush pastures and pubs with proper ale (Theakstones, what else?), makes this a walkers...More
We stayed at Thornsgill House at the end of July. It was our second stay and certainly will not be our last. The welcome is always second to none and the accommodation amazing. We had spent two weeks away from home by the time we...More
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It depends on how limited your mobility is. I have Parkinsons and am mostly wheelchair bound however I can walk a few steps. There are about 4 steps to the front door and the bedrooms are on the first floor. The staircase is... More
It depends on how limited your mobility is. I have Parkinsons and am mostly wheelchair bound however I can walk a few steps. There are about 4 steps to the front door and the bedrooms are on the first floor. The staircase is wide with fairly shallow steps and a good solid banister to hold onto, I was able to manage it slowly with help from my carer.
you can have anything you want for breakfast you order day before and they cook it freshly for you