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The village with its old stone bridge over the Wharfe is full of character. The grammar school was founded in 1602.There is a hotel as well as several B&Bs. The Wharfe View Tea Rooms are open through the year, although normally closed on Thursdays and Fridays.
Feel free to browse around our comprehensive database of hotels along the Lady Anne Way, but please mention the Sherpa Van Project when you get in touch.
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Bed and Breakfast, Burnsall North Yorkshire BD23 6BP
Property type: B & B
Wharfe View Farm B & B is family run bed and breakfast accommodation offering two large spacious double and twin rooms with a private sitting/dining room with colour TV and open log fire, situated in the beautiful village of Burnsall, in the Yorkshire Dales.
Location and supplementary information[view map] Use us as a base for 4 days. Private parking and transport to and from stating points can be arranged.
Distance from path: 100 mtrs
1 single ensuite room
1 double ensuite room
1 twin ensuite room
1 single room (shared facilities)
Last updated: 12/22/2009
Church lane, Hebden, Burnsall North Yorkshire BD23 6BW
Property type: Farmhouse B & B
Court Croft is a welcoming family farm home, clean, comfortable where good food is served. Large sitting room with wood burning stove. Large garden for visitors use. Close to the Dalesway and Lady Anne's Way. Tea/coffee and homemade biscuits on arrival. Good pub in the village - The Clarendon - which serves the best food in the area.
OS reference: 026 630
1 single ensuite room
2 twin ensuite rooms
2 single rooms (shared facilities)
1 twin room (shared facilities)
Last updated: 11/27/2010
Red Lion Hotel & Manor House
The Bridge At Burnsall, Burnsall North Yorkshire BD23 6DF Fax: 01756 720292
Property type: Country Inn (Pub)
A beautiful, long - low pub which was a ferryman's Inn back in the 1600s. Low ceilings with oak beams and open fires, creaky floors and Real Ales. Altogether it is a well appointed establishment with rooms mostly facing the village green and river.
Please book evening meals 48 hours in advance.
Location and supplementary information[view map] On trail by Burnsall Bridge.