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Accommodation Details Church Farm (DW)
Hubberholme North YorkshireBD23 5JE
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Comments by walkers who stayed at Church Farm (DW) in Hubberholme on The Dales Way
 
Clean, comfortable bedroom and bath upstairs on an actual working farm just a short walk off the Dales Way. Owners were friendly and breakfast was large and tasty. We didn't need to go to the pub for dinner, but it was close enough to walk to and far enough away that we did not hear any noise during the night.
George Wolf, left on 29 June 2017
 
 
Stayed here on the 2nd night of the dales way in March.This is a must stay on this section of the dalesway.gill welcomed us and showed us to a lovely large room with a super kingsize bed.tea ,coffee making facilities and ensuite shower room.
we walked to the Buck inn 25 mins up the road as the George Inn wasnt open on that Sunday, but looked nice and just opposite the farm.The Buck Inn was very good.
Excellent breakfast next morning with cereals and Full english packed lunch was also provided at 5.00.
sally Ainsworth, left on 06 April 2014
 
 
A friendly welcome and a lovely old farmhouse. The breakfast and packed lunch were both very good.
Beware the opening times of The George Pub - they don't open Mondays (when we arrived) - luckily we knew. However, full marks to our hostess at the B&B who offered to rustle up beans on toast which was tempting but we'd already sorted out food.
Rod Pudney, left on 30 September 2012
 
 
A welcome sight at the end of our 2nd day. Mrs Huck kindly let Pauline use her bath to soak her, already, blistered feet. Thanks. Lovely room great food. George Inn seemed eager to close so dont be much later than 8 for your meal. Stayed 27 May 2012
Gary & Pauline, left on 05 June 2012
 
 
Hubberholme is little more than a pub, church and bridge. Church Farm is the fourth structure gracing the centre of the hamlet. It is a working farm with a characterful stone farmhouse, comfortable, good-sized bedrooms and the sole use of a well-equipped bathroom. A leisurely bath in a long, deep tub, with plenty of hot water, was pure joy after a damp hike from Grassington. The breakfast and packed meal were both good.
The evening meal was had at The George on the opposite bank of the river: it was tasty, reasonably priced and accompanied by a fine selection of beers.
One thing to bear in mind is that Hubberholme is a mobile signal-free zone. The nearest phone box is in Buckden and the pub does not have a pay-phone.

Steve W, left on 24 April 2012
 
 
Hubberholme is an idyllic spot boasting little more than a pub, church and bridge. Church Farm is the fourth structure gracing the centre of the hamlet. It is a working farm with a characterful stone farmhouse, comfortable, good-sized bedrooms and the sole use of a well-equipped bathroom. A leisurely bath in a long, deep tub, with plenty of hot water, was pure joy after a damp hike from Grassington. The breakfast and packed meal were both good.
The evening meal was had at The George on the opposite bank of the river: it was tasty, reasonably priced and accompanied by a fine selection of beers.
One thing to bear in mind is that Hubberholme is a mobile signal-free zone. The nearest phone box is in Buckden and the pub does not have a pay-phone.
Id happily visit Church Farm again.
Steve W, left on 23 April 2012
 
 
Our 2nd night on the Dales Way and was the most luxurious. had a long walk, slightly damp and what a relief to arrive at Church farm. Lovely bedroom, warm with a private bathroom opposite with a bath and a shower with endless hot water!! Plus top quality toiletries, better than home!! Ate a great meal at The George over the road. Sent on our wat the next morning with a large breakfast inside us and a lovely packed lunch (order the night before) Great value for money.
Helen and Leanne, left on 25 August 2011
 
 
Smashing Farmhouse to stay in, nice friendly family, accommodation 1st class and a good breakfast.
anon, left on 05 July 2011
 
 
Church Farm is a must stay for Hubberholme. Very Friendly welcome, comfortable accommodation and great breakfast and packed lunch.
Across the bridge the George serves great food and beer, all in all a very pleasant overnight stop.
Mike Holt & Ray Butler, left on 12 September 2010
 
 
A very down to earth family B & B in a wonderful setting. Helpful and friendly with the best bed on the route!
Maggie Othick, left on 17 July 2009
 
 
lovely house & room, great breakfast, dryed are wet things, nothing was to much trouble even though just getting over being ill. Also a good packed lunch too, what more could you want ,highly recomended.
Jane & Rosemary, left on 17 July 2008
 
 
lovely house & room. Great breakfast. Dryed our wet things, nothing was to much trouble, even though just getting over being ill, good packed lunch as well, what more could you want. highly recomended
jane & rosemary, left on 05 July 2008
 
 
Once again a good room in the farm house. Owner suggested we head over to the George Inn for dinner soon after they opened at 6 to secure a table which was good advice. As there was absolutely nothing en-route for the next day's walk in the way of shops or pubs the packed lunches at a bargain 3.50 were most welcome!
Phil & Sean, left on 23 April 2008
 
 
Mega friendly owners a really nice welcome and went above and beyond as the George is closed on a Monday. Room, breakfast, bath (allowed to use though not in our en-suite) all excellent. Great price and great location - best on the Dales Way??
wetwalkers, left on 05 July 2007
 
 
Great place to stay opposite the pub. Room wonderful looking out over chicken run. Great bathroom with lovely deep bath bliss!
Dave and Linda May 2007, left on 25 May 2007
 
 
As others have said, good room and breakfast, handy for the George too. Initially I tried the George which was full but couldn't complain about the alternative.
Alex Clarke, left on 06 October 2006
 
 
warm welcome, lovely comfortable room, substantial breakfast. Fabulous meal at George inn, reasonable prices and very friendly atmosphere. Gill recommended going early as very popular and good job we did -arrived at 6.20 and got last table!
the gloworms (kath and steve mardle), left on 25 September 2006
 
 
Comfortable and friendly. However, landlord at George less than welcoming, declaring he was fully booked for dinner (Saturday), but relented and allowed us to dine after pleading. May be worth trying to prebook dinner as there are no convenient alternatives.

Left on 14th May 2006
Ken Hobbs, left on 22 May 2006
 
 
Beautiful working farm, rooms comfortable, friendly hosts, and a nice breakfast. Also close to The George Inn
Carl & Carolyn, left on 22 May 2006
 
 
This is definitely not the Ritz, nor are John and Jill, Lord and Lady of the Manor!
It's much more than that. Warm, friendly, down to earth lovely people, with a most comfortable, 'lived in' home. The room was so 'toasty warm' with lots of little extras. A hearty breakfast was served in a seperate dining room, which was equally cosy. This is what it's all about, Yorkshire hospitality at it's best. Our very favourite B & B on the Dalesway! *****
Alan & Hild@ Heaton, left on 23 May 2005
 
 
Excellant farmhouse accommodation, warm welcome, superb location overlooks the river but more important the George Inn. All facilities were just what I needed after the walk from Burnsal, see their Web page it`s just as good as it looks. I will definitly stay there again in the future
John Morris, left on 24 February 2002
 

     

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