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Accommodation Details Easby Cottage
Easby, Richmond North YorkshireDL10 7EU
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Comments by walkers who stayed at Easby Cottage in Richmond on The Coast to Coast Path
Graham was the perfect host on our Coast to Coast walk in April 2017. We felt like old friends of the family after two nights stay in his beautiful home.

The list goes on: beautiful garden, afternoon tea on arrival, comfy bed and nutritious breakfast; long soak in the tub and great shower! Thank you Graham!

Claudia Warren & Cliff Callinan, left on 06 October 2017
an excellent place to stay, graham was incredibly accommodating. it is in a fabulous location and it is easy to rejoin the path the next morning, without going back into Richmond.
debbie mills, left on 22 June 2016
I stayed one night in September whilst solo walking the C2C. To avoid returning to Richmond I had an early dinner before walking on to Easby Cottage where I received a genuine friendly welcome, included tea and cake. My room was a good size with comfy twin beds. I felt as if my host was anxious to ensure I should enjoy my brief stay and nothing would be too much trouble. He also offered to do my washing. I slept well followed by an excellent and quality breakfast, served early at my request because my next stop was Ingleby.
Steve., left on 02 December 2014
Wonderful place to stay - can't recommend highly enough!
Marcus Cannon, left on 10 August 2013
Graham's gorgeous B&B in Easby came to feel like our home away from home. We stayed 3 nights and loved every minute: first, our inital night in the UK to sleep off some jetlag (Graham generously collected us from Darlington station, then fed us a huge afternoon tea in his beautiful garden). Then we stayed a further 2 nights when we reached Richmond on the C2C. Serene and peaceful location with a leafy 15-20 min stroll along river to Richmond past Easby Abbey. Large comfortable room, huge bath, delicious breakfasts (incl big bowl of lovely fresh berries). Best of all was Graham's friendly and relaxed presence, plenty of laughs, and helpful advice about what to see and where to eat. Highly recommended - and huge thanks to Graham for making our time in Richmond so enjoyable and memorable.
Peter & Michelle, Australia, stayed in Sept 12, left on 15 October 2012
Had a wonderful night's stay at Easby cottage. Arrived after a hard days walking soaking wet. Graham our host welcomed us with tea and cake and helped us to put our clothes to dry. He also did some washing for us with no extra charge. The room was lovely and breakfast delicious. I cannot praise it enough!
Kathryn Farrow, left on 06 August 2012
Couldn't agree more with the recent feedback - lovely welcome from Graham despite being soaked and muddy! Blissful beds and shower or huge bath and great breakfast. Not a detail missed
Lynne, Anne, John & Lyn, left on 03 May 2012
This was by far the best accommodation we stayed in while walking the Coast to Coast last Summer. All of our accommodation was great but the owner here went the extra mile, was lovely when we phoned to arrange a pick up and on our arrival with very tired feet, he did all of our washing for free and welcomed us with a lovely pot of tea and toasted crumpets!! The twin room was superb, the beds were bliss and we had use of a bath. Breakfast was superb. The accommodation was in a gorgeous setting a twenty minute walk along the river from Richmond. The owner was so welcoming and lovely, taking us into Richmond for the evening and picking us up, we would reccommend this B & B to anyone!!
Mark Woodward, left on 09 November 2011
Lovely, lovely of our favorites on the Coast to Coast in September. Graham was wonderfully helpful driving us in to Richmond to meet friends for dinner then taking us in the next morning to meet friends on the trail.
Breakfast was incredibly delicious with many choices of breakfast items.
Easby Cottage is warm and inviting. We wish we had an opportunity to spend more than one night there. We highly recommend staying at Easby Cottage.
Barb and Bill Samsoe
Stevensville, Montana
barb samsoe, left on 12 October 2011
A great place to stay, very helpful and drove us into Richmond for meal.
Sarah Hassnip, left on 07 August 2010


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