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Thornsgill House, Askrigg

Moor Road
Askrigg
Leyburn
North Yorkshire
DL8 3HH

01969 650617

Thornsgill House, Askrigg

 

Thornsgill House is our unique and family run Edwardian house which commands a peaceful position in the village next to Askrigg Beck. We are away from the Main Street of the village but still handy for the pubs, restaurants and shops, which are all within a few minutes stroll, and we have walks in abundance straight from the door.

 

 

We have 3 bright and spacious en-suite bedrooms, and a separate lounge and dining room for your exclusive use. You can enjoy watching the world go by from the raised south facing front garden and wrought iron veranda.

 

 

Thornsgill is packed full of the original features which you would expect to find in an Edwardian house-we have several beautiful stained glass windows, a fabulous central staircase, original tiled broad entrance hall and light and spacious, high ceilinged rooms with the original cornices and picture rails.

 

 

We have been awarded a 4 Star Silver Award & also a Breakfast Award from VisitEngland. Silver awards are given to guest accommodation that provides exceptional quality in all areas but in particular in service and hospitality, so you know that you can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome. Breakfast Awards are sponsored by Kellogg’s and are awarded to 'special places that have gone the extra mile to ensure that breakfast will exceed guests' expectations'.

Askrigg itself is one of the key villages in Upper Wensleydale, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with it’s old cobbled marketplace with the market cross and village water pump just outside the church.

 

We look forward to welcoming you.

 

Wendy, Les and Dorothy Turner

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Askrigg

Askrigg stands in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in Upper Wensleydale and is ideally placed for walking and touring. Its two and three storey stone houses and cottages line the main street, with the 15th century parish church of St Oswalds in the centre of the village in the old cobbled market place, complete with its market cross and an iron bull ring set into the cobbles.

 

The village has three pubs - The Kings Arms, The White Rose and The Crown, all of which provide excellent food, catering for a range of tastes and pockets. We also have a village shop, two teashops and a deli/bakery which supplies delicious home cooked food which you can buy by the portion.

Eating Out

 

Close by Thornsgill House are

 

The Crown(just a few steps away)
Traditional country pub. Good ales, good hearty food and proper puddings, all at reasonable prices. Telephone 01969 650387

 

The Kings Arms (about 100 yards away)
If you remember "All Creatures Great and Small" this pub featured as "The Drovers Arms". More varied and adventurous menu which you can enjoy in either the bar or Pratt’s Restaurant. This is popular with both locals and visitors so we suggest you book if possible. Telephone 01969 650113.

 

The White Rose Hotel (about 80 yards away)
Small family run hotel in the middle of the village that serves light bites, bar meals and also has an a la carte restaurant using excellent local produce. The food is very good here and the real ales are always worth a try! Telephone 01969 650515

 

Yorebridge House (on the outskirts of Bainbridge on the Askrigg side and about one and a half miles away)
Opened in January 2008, the owners of this hotel-restaurant-bar, David and Charlotte, are striving to create the Yorkshire Dales' finest luxury boutique hotel. The food is excellent and the surroundings luxurious. You can book a local taxi so that you can safely enjoy their extensive and eclectic wine list and a hearty range of Whiskies, Cognacs, Armagnacs, Rums, Bourbons, Ports and Grappas. The Cask Ales are locally brewed and they also offer an exciting and enticing range of cocktails. Telephone 01969 652060

 

Sykes House Local shop and tearoom
The little shop holds a surprising amount of choice for a small village shop and they also have the daily newspapers available. Excellent tea rooms, with home made soups and prize winning scones a speciality. Telephone 01969 650535

 

Cakewalk
Coffee Shop with home cooked food made on the premises. Telephone 01969 650001

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