Nethergill Farm a Apartment to stay in for a visit to Skipton and the surrounding region of Yorkshire.
Located 24.1 km from Aysgarth Falls and 35.4 km from Forbidden Corner, Nethergill Farm provides accommodations in Skipton.
The units come with hardwood floors and feature a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, a dining area, a flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. A microwave, a fridge and oven are also provided, as well as an electric tea pot and a coffee machine.
If you would like to discover the area, hiking and fishing are possible nearby.
Skipton Castle is 40.2 km from the apartment, while Bolton Abbey Estate is 40.2 km away. The nearest airport is Teesside International Airport, 77.2 km from Nethergill Farm.
Nethergill Farm has been welcoming Booking.com guests since 22 Feb 2021
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Bed and Breakfast at Nethergill Farm brings you relaxation at its best. Enjoy peace, tranquility and a warm welcome. Appreciate the clear, unpolluted starlit nights and watch the swallows darting in and around the buildings. Oughtershaw Beck meanders along the full length of the farm attracting a host of mammals and wild birds. The large Victorian farmhouse and traditional farm buildings nestle into the side of the hill, the original shippons and stone hay barns are still in place.
Special reduced rates for stays of more than one night.
Nethergill B&B uses locally sourced food (organic wherever possible), home baked bread and home cured bacon. Rustic farmhouse supper available. Guests have the use of a large sitting room with log burner and walled front garden with magnificent views over the beck and the hills.
Two spacious rooms, one double and one twin bedded, offer scenic views over the hay meadow and the beck. The decor is simple and calming, and home made biscuits are provided with the tea and coffee making facilities.
Nethergill Farm provides the ideal overnight stop for walkers on the Dales Way. Other activities include birdwatching, flyfishing, dry-stone walling and painting, and we will be happy to organise these or other activities – just let us know and we’ll do our best to help.
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