Grove House, full of character and charm, welcomes you with open arms. Ideal for short breaks, a longer family holiday, or a group celebration. Breakfast is served in the oak-panelled and beamed dining room. Relax in the sitting room, which has a seasonal open fire, or sit outside in the Dales sunshine to unwind after a busy day exploring nearby Leyburn's pretty market square.
What makes a stay at Grove House B&B unique?
The house has changed significantly since it was originally built, with the addition of en-suite bathrooms to all of the bedrooms, modern conveniences such as wi-fi and tea and coffee making facilities, as well as a complete refurbishment in 2019. From the roaring log fire in the winter to sitting in the English cottage garden in the summer, watching the world go by, it retains its Georgian charm.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Grove House B&B?
Grove House boasts seven uniquely designed ensuite rooms by local interior designer and provides a variety of options as well as numerous added facilities to make your stay as pleasant as possible. There are 3 super king rooms, two of which can be made into twin beds, 1 king room and three doubles.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Leyburn area?
Leyburn is around a 30-minute drive from Hawes, where you will find the Dales Countryside Museum and the Wensleydale Creamery. The castles of Middleham and Bolton are both within a 15-minute drive, and Ripon, the cathedral city, is just 40 minutes by car. Many walking routes are accessible from Grove House including The Shawl with views across Wensleydale. Additional information regarding attractions can be found on the Grove House website.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
A delicious breakfast is served in the dining room and guests can choose from a full English breakfast to a lighter, continental option. At Grove House, they will always try to source produce from local farms and suppliers whenever possible to use in the daily breakfasts. They want to be a positive influence on their rural community and reduce food miles where they can.