This is a lovely place in a charming village just off the main Scarborough to Pickering Road.
The rooms are gorgeous; warm, cosy, beautifully decorated, spotlessly clean and extremely comfortable. The bed is so good that you don't want to get up in the mornings. There is a small TV as well as books and local guides. The refreshment tray is generously stocked with a range of teas, fresh milk from the farm, chocolates and biscuits. The bathroom is large with a bath and power shower. Lots of hot water and the towels are thick and fluffy.
There is a guest sitting room with books, magazines, local guides and a TV set.
The owners, David and Brenda Green are delightful. Nothing is too much trouble for them and they are always on hand to help. David has an extensive knowledge of the local area.
If you are researching Yorkshire Family History as I was, then there is a bonus as there is a fully stocked Family History Research Centre , including Internet access computers, on site. Guests are free to use this and Barbara is a professional researcher and can help with your problems and queries.
There is ample parking and although there is no restuarant there are many pubs and restuarants within a short drive. We particularly liked The Coachman in Snainton. The B&B is also well placed for visits to many lovely places such as the moors, York, Whitby, Scarborough, Malton and Pickering.
Our only slight niggle was breakfast. You have a good choice for your full English but once you had made your selection you could not change it for the duration of your stay. We stayed three nights and had assumed we could choose different items each day. We couldn't so I never got to try the farm bacon or the fresh laid eggs! Also the coffee was far too weak - needed to be at least double the strength.
But those complaints are very minor and we have no hesitation in recommending Studley House for a short break.
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