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Guest House


Goathland, N Yorks, YO22 5AN
£42.50 per person, per night
3 Double, 1 Family - All En-suite

Built in 1875 by Edward Fuller Sewell, an uncle of Anna Sewell, and the author of the novel Black Beauty. A Victorian stone built residence in the centre of the picturesque village of Goathland.

The house is more recently famous as Dr. Ferrenby's surgery in the Yorkshire TV series Heartbeat.

All En-suite rooms have Flatscreen Satellite TV, Central heating, Tea/Coffee hospitality trays, Hairdryers, Heated towel rails.

We have a guest lounge with TV (plus FreeSat digital channels) and open fire from original cast iron grate.

FREE WI-FI is available. Large conservatory overlooking garden and fish pond. Breakfast is included in the tariff

No smoking No Smoking
No pets No pets