Your hosts Bruce and Sheila invite you to enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay at their beautiful B&B in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Bruce and Sheila are delighted to announce that Wensleydale Farmhouse B&B will be opening its doors to guests from Friday 31st July 2020.
In order to protect the health of all guests and hosts, and make your stay as safe, worry-free and relaxing as possible, we have made some changes to the way things work.
For details, or to make a reservation, please call, email or check online. You can now book with us for stays in August and the rest of the year, or book early for stays in 2021.
We look forward to once more welcoming you all to our home here in Aysgarth.
- Sheila and Bruce
Comments from our Visitors' Book
“What wonderful hosts Sheila and Bruce are – they think of everything possible to make us feel comfortable. Great food – cakes and French toast amazing. Also good advice on walks, local hostelries etc. All in all, just what we wanted! Enjoy your stay.”
On arrival, guests are shown to their rooms. Bruce and Sheila share a wealth of knowledge about the local area, as well as the Dales in general, and are happy to chat with you at this time.
Our 2 guest bedrooms are both ensuite and contain king-size beds, and there is free wifi throughout.
We pride ourselves on our delicious breakfast menu; Bruce’s home made granola and muesli, and Sheila’s Fabulous French Toast are particular favourites of guests!
Set in the village of Aysgarth, Wensleydale Farmhouse lies within a short walking distance of the famous Aysgarth Falls, providing an excellent base for exploring the Dale, getting together with friends and family, or meeting business colleagues. It’s perfect for that relaxing weekend getaway, or energetic break in the fresh air!
The house, originally the farmhouse for Wensleydale Farm, was built around 1870 and enjoys spectacular, open views across the valley of the River Ure towards Carperby Moor on the North side, and the majestic Penhill at the start of Bishopdale to the South.