Dedicated guest accommodation in our B&B and cottage

Elmfield House (our four-bedroomed bed and breakfast) and Elmfield Lodge (our holiday cottage) both enjoy a rural setting. As you enter our sunny conservatory entrance you will become aware of two things very quickly.  The first is just how peaceful this location is and, secondly, how much space is dedicated exclusively for use by our guests. We are nestled between the market towns of Richmond, Leyburn and Bedale. The outlook to the North is over a pony paddock and the hills as they rise from Wensleydale into Swaledale. To the South it is over fields and the wide expanse of Lower Wensleydale and depending on conditions you can see the tower of Aysgarth school and Penn Hill. The house is set in 24 acres of paddocks and woodland and we have a small lake, all of which guests can explore.

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We attract a wonderful array of wildlife including wild ducks, geese, herons, kingfishers, pheasants, owls, kestrels, woodpeckers, deer, hedgehogs and foxes to name just a few. Our bedrooms are generously sized with en-suite facilities and the comfortable beds and our quiet surroundings are ideal ingredients for a good nights sleep. You can choose from king-size, super king-size, four poster or twin beds and we can add additional beds / cots to some of our rooms for younger family members. All the rooms enjoy flat-screen TVs, access to free Wi-Fi and fully stocked tea tray. Click here to book and for more details on our rooms.

 

Elmfield Lodge (our four-star self catering cottage) is a real haven to relax in. It is hidden in the grounds of Elmfield House and enjoys a separate private entrance. Its open plan design lends itself to relaxation with dedicated areas for cooking, dining and sitting. Click here to book and for more details.

 

We are an ideal location for peaceful breaks in the Dales, or for business travellers to the area, given our proximity to the A1. We can cater for larger groups celebrating family get-togethers and often welcome family groups for birthdays or passing out parades at Catterick.

Welcome to Elmfield House
Welcome to Elmfield House

The main entrance to the B&B is through the garden and conservatory

Spacious reception are
Spacious reception are

We'll welcome you with tea and cake in our spacious conservatory.

Comfortable rooms
Comfortable rooms

Our comfortable rooms are just right for putting your feet up after a busy day. Relax and enjoy a good night's sleep ahead of a generous breakfast.

Our garden
Our garden

Early summer and the peonies and lilac are in full bloom. Guests are welcome to enjoy the Yorkshire sunshine in the garden. Bring a bottle, we will put it in the fridge to chill during the day, and put your feet up.

The woods
The woods

They boasts a rich variety of fauna and flora.

Sunshine through the trees
Sunshine through the trees

The woods look different in all seasons and all lights.

Home-made cake
Home-made cake

After a long (or short) journey, being welcomed by home-made cake helps your break away start in style.

Spring flowers
Spring flowers

The garden boasts a range of plants and trees, meaning we can be self-sufficient in jams.

Large conservatory
Large conservatory

The conservatory offers views over the surrounding countryside and offers a delightful setting for breakfast

Warm welcome awaits
Warm welcome awaits

On chillier days, we light the fire to create a cosy, warm feeling

Reception and welcome
Reception and welcome

A warm welcome awaits at Elmfield House with tea and home-made cake

Our large conservatory
Our large conservatory

Enjoy breakfast, a lazy afternoon or a cosy evening in our conservatory

Cream scones on the lawn
Cream scones on the lawn

Tea from china cups of course!

Drinks on the patio
Drinks on the patio

Guests regularly enjoy drinks on the patio throughout the year.

Lambing
Lambing

Come spring time, and our flock of rare breed Wensleydale sheep have their lambs. They can be seen skipping in the fields at the front of the house.

Woodburning Stove in Convervatory
Woodburning Stove in Convervatory

It makes the conservatory a cosy place to be, even on the freshest of mornings, and gives it a real sense of atmosphere on an evening.

Walking by our lake
Walking by our lake

We have 14 acres of woodland, a lake and fields which guests are welcome to explore!

Carpet of bluebells and cowslips
Carpet of bluebells and cowslips

In spring the woodland floor is carpeted with wild flowers. Here is one spot which had a fabulous display of bluebells and cowslips. An extra reason to visit in May!