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Could not fault this place at all. Excellent accommodation, wonderful hospitality from Les and Dorothy and breakfasts made to order. The accommodation was spotless in a quiet area and Askrigg itself is a little haven from busy life. Loved it and would certainly stay again.
The rooms are light and spacious, well-heated and with every comfort. My bathroom was as big as the bedroom.The breakfasts are delicious with lots of home-made jams and fruit salad. And the welcome from Dorothy, Les and Wendy so warm that I felt I lived...More
A lovely old house with traditional features. Set right in the heart of the village so easy to walk out for supper. Lovely kind hosts that are very attentive and friendly. Full choice for breakfast all nice and fresh. Not a bad word to say
the house is amazing and very roomy.Stayed in Tether where the bathroom and bedroom are huge with everything you require.
The breakfast was lovely and plentiful,no need for lunch.
Walks from the areas on the doorstep and 3 pubs to choose from with the white...More
Excellent B & B, 5 star plus made to feel part of the family. Every aspect was excellent - breakfast and room. Some nice touches like chocolates in room and generous amounts of tea, coffee, hot chocolate etc. Very handily placed to visit all the...More
US$100 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Is it suitable for someone with limited mobility
Can they cater for special diets - no meat fish or eggs
16 July 2015|
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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