A traditional stone-built farmhouse, now elegantly renovated and glowing through many of its original features, Stank House Farm is the perfect place for a wedding.
What makes a stay at Stank House Farm unique?
The landscaped surroundings of the cottage have been exquisitely designed, with the only intention of enhancing the panoramic views and stunning location of Stank House Farm. Behind the cottage lies a large, flourishing garden and stone-flagged terrace with a secluded seating area, perfect for a spot of peace and quiet. A hot tub is positioned on the garden terrace where one may enjoy unspoilt views of Bolton Abbey and beyond. Up to four vehicles may park outside of the cottage, whilst a small outhouse is perfect for drying out clothes or storage.
What is the capacity for Stank House Farm?
The house accommodates for six guests in two large double and one large twin-bedded room, all with en-suite bathrooms. Outside, the vast landscaped gardens flood around the entire property and a hot tub welcome to the guests on the garden terrace.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Skipton area?
Skipton is a medieval town characterised by its striking castle, parish church and traditional high street marketplace. The intercepting alleyways and covered passages are home to pedestrian areas full of charming shops and boutiques, inns and courtyards.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa houses the Burlington Restaurant, a 3 AA Rosette award-winning restaurant that merges classical country house style with new, exhilarating, contemporary British menus from one of the UK's most talented Chefs, Paul Leonard. The Brasserie & bar has a wealth of vibrant colours and modern art, this combined with the humming of excited guests and locals makes for a special little spot.