Wensleydale Farmhouse: B&B accommodation in Aysgarth
From junction 51 on the A1 – 35 minutes (19.4 miles)
Head south-west on A6055/A684 towards Bedale and Leyburn.
Follow the A684, passing through Little Crakehall, Patrick Brompton and Constable Burton, before reaching the town of Leyburn.
At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Wensley Rd/A684 and continue on A684 through Wensley, West Witton and the hamlet of Swinithwaite.
Come up the hill into Aysgarth, go past the second turning for West Burton on the left. Wensleydale Farmhouse is on the right, just before the junction with the road leading down to the Aysgarth Falls.
From the M6
Exit the M6 at junction 37 and head East along the A684, passing through the towns of Sedbergh and Hawes.
Remain on the A684 through Bainbridge and into Aysgarth village. Continue past the George & Dragon pub and the village petrol station, then downhill past the Aysgarth Falls Hotel.
Wensleydale Farmhouse is on the left, just after the left turning for the Aysgarth Falls.
Off-road parking is available either on the hard standing at the front of the building, or on the drive to the right.
If in doubt, please pull in and call at our door for assistance.
These train stations all lie within an hour’s drive of Wensleydale Farmhouse:
Garsdale and Oxenholme (West)
Darlington and Northallerton (East)
Bus timetables vary depending on the day of the week and time of year. For up-to-date information, please visit the Dales Bus website.
Aysgarth is served by a wide network of public footpaths. We are within one day’s walking (under 20 miles) of Hawes, Leyburn, Grassington and Reeth.