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3 Summers Fold, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Grassington BD23 5AE England
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#5 of 20 B&Bs / Inns in Grassington
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Private guest accommodation with dining facilities where a ‘Long Weekend Break is not Long Enough.’
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wilderspin wrote a review Sep 2020
Cambridge, United Kingdom110 contributions53 helpful votes
Great place to stay right in the centre of Grassington, and the friendly owners have done a great job of making the premises COVID secure. As many have said the breakfast is wonderful, and certainly sets you up for the day! We had a small double room with ensuite that overlooked the beautiful garden, the room had everything you needed during your stay. Building is old so creaking floor boards are to be expected, but hope if there was anyone in the room below ours they forgave the very squeaky floor in the bathroom :-) Beautiful area to explore. We enjoyed a lovely walk along the river to Bolton Abbey and back, but you do have to book a car park space (we booked ours on the day, which works well if you are not sure what the weather may be like). If of interest have also reviewed the places we ate in during our stay.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Cwjohnstone wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom19 contributions8 helpful votes
My wife and I visited Ashfield House for our 10th anniversary, we arrived on Friday evening and were greeted by the owners who are extremely friendly, polite and very knowledgeable about the local area. The guest house is 3 old miners cottages made into one property and you can feel the history from the moment you lay eyes on it. Inside there is a large entrance room with an inglenook fireplace and a couple of comfortable chairs to sit. There is the dining room where breakfast is served and another room called "The honesty bar", there are a number of alcoholic beverages on offer from vodka, gin, whisky, brandy etc to wine and tonic waters. You basically help yourself and write down on a slip what you've had its charged to your room, very nice for a night cap before retiring. Room was very cosy with a double bed, TV, tea and coffee making facilities with an en suite bathroom with a deep bath and shower over. You can hear they have a pump installed when you turn the hot water on so the water pressure is high and you can have a nice relaxing hot shower after a days walking. Extremely well set up for social distancing including a welcome pack with masks, hand gel, wipes etc and a NHS track and trace form. There are also hand sanitising stations situated around the building and the owners wear masks when serving breakfast. Breakfast..... wow, everything from cereals to croissants and pastries to start off with and a good selection of options for the "main event", I had the full Yorkshire breakfast everyday which is a large local pork sausage, 2 thick slices of bacon, whole grilled tomato, field mushroom, beans and a choice of egg. Accompanied by toast, tea or coffee and a glass of fruit juice. This morning my wife had the pancakes and they looked delicious, rest assured you will be well set up for a days walking with the breakfast. Whilst serving breakfast the owner also offers advice of places to go and good walks to do, very knowledgeable about the local area, we did a couple of walks that she recommended and we didn't need a map. This is an absolutely delightful place to stay at, tucked away off the main street and centrally located for easy access to the Dales. We came up on the train, local station is Skipton and its just £16 for a taxi to get to Ashfield house, alternatively there's a bus available but didn't see the prices.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Lucy J wrote a review Aug 2020
Rochester, United Kingdom31 contributions6 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed here for our anniversary and were blown away by the beauty of the house and grounds, as well as the owner’s attention to detail. The breakfast was beautiful presented and delicious. The owners said they haven’t been open long and have had lots to organise to make it safe. You can see their attention to detail and we felt very safe. The accommodation is set back from the village high street. We were blown away by the beauty of the village and spent our days walking along the river and on the Dales. A perfect weekend to relax and unwind.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1960Jem wrote a review Feb 2020
Harpenden, United Kingdom119 contributions31 helpful votes
Spent a very pleasant two days here, despite the weather. Lots of old world charm and in a great location. Very friendly and helpful owners. Comfortable bed although you need to watch out for some low ceilings. Honesty bar and free (donations to a good cause) cup cakes is a great touch. Really good breakfast and would especially recommend the American pancake stack, for breakfast blow out. Would go back, in summer!
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Date of stay: February 2020
Chris W wrote a review Feb 2020
14 contributions6 helpful votes
Lovely guest house nicely situated close to the main square. Cozy room which was perfect for a winters night. I had arranged a bottle of prosecco for the room which was good quality. Breakfast was outstanding. The guys that run the place provide a memorable experience. We will be back at some stage as we loved Grassington.
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ashfield House
Which popular attractions are close to Ashfield House?
Nearby attractions include Linton Falls (0.5 miles), Grassington Folk Museum (0.05 miles), and Grass Wood Nature Reserve (0.4 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Ashfield House?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Ashfield House?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Ashfield House?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Ashfield House?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Corner House Cafe, The Retreat Tearoom & Bistro, and Grassington House Restaurant.
Is Ashfield House located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.07 miles away from the centre of Grassington.
Are there any historical sites close to Ashfield House?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Threshfield Quarry (1.4 miles).