Luxury Yorkshire Dales manor house B&B
Tucked in the Yorkshire Dales, Austwick Hall is a boutique B&B with log fires, rolltop baths and wooded grounds complete with an outdoor hot tub for guests' use.
- A great base for walking in the Dales.
- An outdoor hot tub in the grounds that you can book.
- Delicious breakfasts.
- Gorgeous terraced gardens, complete with woodland sculpture trail.
Hit the spot
In the Yorkshire Dales village of Austwick.
There's a drawing room with log fire, a Regency style dining room and a terrace for summertime drinks overlooking the gardens.
Good to know
Austwick Hall also lends itself to weekend house parties with friends.
Minimum StayTwo nights at weekends
ParkingThere is free guest parking.
AirportLeeds-Bradford – 35 miles
TrainSettle station – four miles.
ChildrenWelcome by arrangement
LocationAustwick, Settle, Yorkshire, LA2 8BS, United Kingdom
All rooms have a flatscreen TV, hospitality tray with biscuits and chocolates, a radio alarm, DVD/CD player, robes and slippers, Egyptian cotton bedlinen and luxury toiletries. There's also free wi-fi. All bedrooms have a double-ended rolltop bath and (except for the Coronet room) a separate shower.
Enjoy getting the blues… the sprawling Blue Bedroom has a vast bathroom complete with double ended rolltop bath. All guests can hire the hotel's outdoor Dutch hot tub for their own private use (GBP 100 supplement) throughout their stay.
Eat & Drink
No dinners are served, but your hosts will be happy to recommend good local dining spots. If you’re going out exploring, they will be pleased to make you up a picnic lunch.
Breakfast is served until 10am. Go for the full Yorkshire, or try the smoked salmon and scrambled eggs.
See & Do
Complete with a couple of charming pubs, the pretty village of Austwick makes an ideal base for a Dales getaway. It’s a walkers paradise, and trails start from Austwick Hall’s front door – just ask your hosts to make up a picnic lunch for the day. Head off for the caves of Ingleborough or (for the intrepid) try the Three Peaks challenge, scaling Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.