A charming Yorkshire bed and breakfast in Hawes with a great history, just a few minutes away from the main market street.
Stone house built by the Midland Railway in 1876
Few minutes away from main market street
Close to the National Park Centre
Welkers and Cyclists Welcome
Free Wi-Fi Access
Secure garage for bicycle/sporting equipment storage
Drying room for outdoor clothes
Tea and coffee making facilities
1 twin room, 1 double room and 1 family room, all en-suite.
The Old Station House, situated in the picturesque town of Hawes, offers to its guests bed and breakfast accommodation in a cosy, atmospheric setting and provides the perfect base from which to roam the beautiful countryside of Upper Wensleydale.
Converted from a station master’s house constructed by the Midland Railway in 1876, this unique guest house retains its original character and charm, whilst providing the essential modern facilities for the convenience and comfort of today’s tourists. Choose from three comfortable, spacious bedrooms: one double room, one twin room and a family room, all en-suite and furnished to the highest standards. A well-appointed residents’ lounge, with a wide selection of games, books, CDs, DVDs and tourist information on the region, provides a welcoming place for you to rest your feet after a day exploring the Dales.
Your hosts, Linda and Kevin, are happy to assist with suggestions for walks and tours, and if you enjoy the outdoors but don’t feel up to a long walk across the countryside, the house itself has extensive mature gardens with benches where you can sit and relax or enjoy a picnic with the family.
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