Coachmans Loft - Self Catering

Coachmans Loft - Self Catering

Coachmans Loft - Self Catering - £65 per night

Description

Coachman's Loft is situated away from the main road, in the garden of Grassgill House, a Grade II listed property dating back to 1765, located in the Wensleydale village of West Witton, with a Visit Britain 4 star rating and Welcome to Yorkshire member.

The accommodation is ideally situated to take full advantage of everything that the Yorkshire Dales have to offer. The village of West Witton boasts an excellent pub and the award winning Wensleydale Heifer, the AA restaurant of the year in 2007 and 2008.

There is a also a village shop with further shopping facilities in the nearby busy market town of Leyburn. You are assured of a warm and friendly welcome at the Coachman's Loft.

Features

Cycle storage available. Access to garden and garden furniture. Cot and high chair available.

Local Attractions

The property lies in the lee of Pen Hill and there are many excellent walks available from the doorstep taking in the pretty village of West Burton and the stunning Aysgarth Falls. Nearby, there are numerous sites of historical interest such as Castle Bolton, Middleham Castle, Jervaulx Abbey and Richmond Castle.

Details of meals/catering available

Self catering.

Exclusions and Restrictions

Not suitable for groups of more than four adults.

Summary Information

Contact Name Carol Grieve
Phone Number01969 622226
Emailcarol@coachmansloft.co.uk
Websitewww.coachmansloft.co.uk
Accommodation TypeSelf Catering
Maximum Beds4
Cost of the property/night£65
Minimum Stay2 Nights
Car Parking1 - 2 Cars
Pets?No
Wheel Chair Access1st Floor Accomodation via stone steps
MapOutdoor Activities Yorkshire
AddressCoachmans Loft, Grassgill House, West Witton, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 4LY

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