B and B and Guest Houses

There's an endless variety of B and Bs and Guesthouses in Yorkshire - and all offer a guaranteed hearty Yorkshire welcome. Discover Inns, Farmhouses, Georgian Terraces and Converted Barns. Endless charm and a homely atmosphere await you - take a look at whats on offer now! There are so many to choose from but below is some of the Guest Accommodation nominated for 2017 White Rose Awards.

The 2017 White Rose Award winner was Low Mill Guest House (who also won the award in 2013, 2015 & 2016). The 18th century corn mill, situated close to the ancient market town of Hawes, in Bainbridge makes an ideal base to explore this stunning area and its many attractions. The working watermill underwent a full, sympathetic restoration to become a guesthouse which now provides luxury bed and breakfast.

As you approach The Wold Cottage, down the tree lined drive, you will be pleasantly surprised by the Georgian manor house, set within 200 acres of beautiful wold land. Enjoy tea and cake on arrival then take your time to relax in the characteristically furnished, spacious rooms.

At Cambridge House Countryside Guesthouse, the littles things matter as much as the big things. The luxury 5-star countryside guesthouse is passionate about providing fantastic customer service with a personal touch to ensure your stay is as carefree and enjoyable as possible. Every room is furnished to a high standard all with stunning views of the beautiful Swaledale.

Grassfield Hall - Built in 1810, historic Grassfield Hall is a Grade II listed building and now a family-run B&B. Nestled within large gardens, it boasts picturesque views over the surrounding Yorkshire Dales National Park. Whether you’re a family, explorer, walker or couple, Grassfield Hall features stylish and modern accommodation combined with true Yorkshire hospitality, a perfect rural retreat suitable for all.

No. 21 YorkNo. 21 York, guest house accommodation offers a choice of nine clean and comfortable rooms, a warm and homely welcome as well as a great Yorkshire Breakfast - all within a stone's throw of York City Centre. Built circa 1890 the B&B is a Victorian Terrace that has a history of offering accommodation and breakfast to guests since 1966.

The 16th century Carr House Farm Bed & Breakfast is tucked away in the southern edge of the North York Moors National Park. Set in an acre of garden with bluebell woods and apple orchards, Carr House Farm is the place to stay in the Howardian Hills. With romantic rooms in a relaxed country style, it has all the modern amenities you would expect.