35-37 High Street
Sweet Heart House, Pateley Bridge
Welcome to sweet heART – visit the oldest building in Pateley Bridge, an experience in taste, relaxation and art. The Yorkshire Dales is prime walking country and Pateley Bridge is a convenient staging point to launch yourself over the tops! You will be close to such beautiful walking areas as Brimham Rocks, Middlesmoor, Scar House Reservoir and many more. We welcome walkers, runners, individuals and families or small groups. Rest your feet in our beautiful cafe and get a great night’s sleep in our unique rooms!
If you are a cyclist and looking for a place to stay along the way, our rooms may be perfect for you! We are on the “Way of the Roses“, national cycle route 69, in fact you can quite literally pull over to the side of route 69 where it passes through Pateley Bridge, and step over our threshold! We have secure and sheltered parking facilities for your bicycles and if you’re looking for reasonably-priced accommodation and delicious food, you might have found your perfect stopover point in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
sweet heART’s cosy first floor flat-style accomodation comprises a king-size room, children’s twin room and a bathroom and toilet. Guests have the unique opportunity of sleeping on a Futon, in a quirky 17th-century building. The king size room has a television and DAB radio. There is free wi-fi available throughout the building.
We offer accomodation for:
Single occupancy (twin room) – £43/night
Double occupancy (twin room) – £58/night
Single occupancy (king size double room) – £49/night
Double occupancy (king size double room) – £69/night
Family occupancy (king size double room with separate childrens’ twin room for 1 or 2 young children) – £85/night
All prices include sweet heART breakfast.
Children under 16 eat free breakfast.
Special weekend and holiday rates available.
Arrival time after 4pm. Departure before 10am.
Payment via Paypal.
Taste our wonderful coffee, tea and homemade goodies from our fully-licensed menu. Warm yourself by the fire in the splendid 17th-century building and feast your eyes on the art!