Rural Accommodation

Bondcroft Farm

B&B
£32.50
 -  £35.00
Notes : per person per night
Bondcroft Farm
Embsay
Skipton
BD23 6SF
Please mention FarmingUK when enquiring about accommodation

Bondcroft Farm Pictures

Description

Owner Information
Christine Clarkson
North Yorkshire
Phone : +44 (0)1756 793371
Stay on a working farm in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park in close proximity to Skipton, Grassington and Bolton Abbey. Enjoy quiet country walks, or visit historical landmarks all within easy reach of the farm. The farm is well known for breeding sheep dogs, and you can see all aspects of their training and practice for sheep dog trials.

Mrs Christine Clarkson offers you her personal attention at Bondcroft Farm and a warm welcome awaits you in the friendly farmhouse atmosphere. Enjoy our excellent food and wonderful Dales views from every window. The en-suite rooms have colour TV with tea and coffee making facilities. The visitors' lounge has a collection of interesting books and Border Fine Art.

From Bondcroft Farm, Embsay's three pubs are within easy walking distance. Relax and enjoy the country food, walk on Embsay Crag, or take a ride on the Embsay Steam Railway. Skipton, the "Gateway to the Dales", is only two miles away with its High Street market, Skipton Castle and country town facilities.

There is ample parking at Bondcroft Farm. It is a working farm, so no chidren or pets are allowed. There is no smoking in the house.

Many visitors to Bondcroft Farm have become regulars over the years.
Access to Golf Course 
Business Facilities 
Cycle Storage 
Fishing Nearby 
Garden Patio 
Internet Access 
Parking On-Site 
Public Telephone 
Real Fires 
Serves Breakfast 
Working Farm 

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