Throstle Nest Farm


Woodside Lane , Cononley ,, Skipton, BD20 8PE

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Throstle nest farm is a stunning newly refurbished guest house set in 6 acres of private land, with ample parking and seating areas. Nestled on the edge of the Aire Valley surrounded by beautiful countryside, Yet only two miles from the bustling market town of skipton" Gateway to the yorkshire dales", with its excellent restaurant, shops and cafe's, where you can enjoy a boat trip on the canal visit skipton's famous medieval castle and wander around the open market. Bolton Abbey, Malham, Grassington only a few miles away.

Throstle nest farm has been beautifully renovated with modern interior but still retaining its original character, It has five individual styled rooms all with en-suit bathrooms equiped with TV built in DVD player and freeview, wifi access, Hairdryer and radio alarm clock. A guest lounge/Dining room with oak floors and inglenook fireplace. A traditional Aga cooked breakfast will be prepared in our farm house kitchen. We are a family run business and our aim is to make your stay as special as possible. Cononley is a traditional quiet Yorkshire Dales village, yet has excellent transport links into Skipton and the Dales. The train station is situated in the village and local buses can take you to the surrounding villages and towns. Skipton is famous for its medieval castle that dominates the picturesque High Street, winner of the “Best High Street in the UK, 2009, with its wide cobbled sets and unique shops. Other attractions include – Aireville Park with children’s play area, swimming pool, golf and tennis courses, pitch and putt, picnic areas, safe cycling, Skipton golf club, Sandylands sports centre – Squash, badminton, tennis, all weather pitches, Craven Museum, Cinema, ten-pin bowling and snooker centre, Canal boat trips, Embsay to Bolton Abbey Yorkshire Dales steam railway.

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Showing Saturday 28 November 2015 to Sunday 29 November 2015

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Car parking available onsite
Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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Video/DVD Library

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From 16:00 hours
Until 10:30 hours
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Pets are not allowed

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  • T Betts

  • October 2015

Feel like home with the smell of freshly baked cookies

We had a lovely stay at this B&B.

A lovely warm welcome with the smell of freshly baked cookies coming from the kitchen. The warm delicious cookies were then in the jar in the lounge for guests to eat. The room was very lovely. Very quiet, fantastic shower and bathroom facilities and very lovely common area. The owner gave us a fantastic tip for where to go for dinner and it was one of the best meals we had during our trip. I would definitely recommend this property!

  • David Ingram

  • October 2015

Great place to stay

We were very pleased with the quality of the rooms at Throstle Nest Farm and the breakfast was excellent.

We received a very friendly welcome when we arrived, and we were given lots of good advice on the local pubs and restaurants to go for our evening meal. The attention to detail in the accommodation to ensure the guests are happy is excellent. We only stayed one night, but would have loved to stay longer, so fully recommend Throstle Nest as a great place to stay.

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