Stank House Farm

in Skipton

Address: Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6EZ, United Kingdom

Phone: 01756 718111


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This traditional stone farmhouse was built in 1744, the main road to Barden and to the moor, particularly for Grouse shooting, used to go past Stank Farm. Since then, it has been exquisitely renovated to the highest standard, keeping a traditional ambience alongside plenty of modern amenities. The log burner takes pride of place, and the large farmhouse dining table is ideal for group dinners.

The house sleeps six people in two large doubles and one large twin room, all with en-suite bathrooms. Outside, the extensive landscaped gardens stretch around the whole property. The stone-flagged terrace includes a gorgeous hot tub, perfect for taking in the spectacular views down the valley to Bolton Abbey with a glass of bubbly.

Dogs are welcomed at a rate of £35 per dog per stay.

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