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  • VisitEngland 3 Star Self-catering

Self-catering with 3 units £275-£405 pupw sleeps 4-5


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Children of any age are accepted.

Gaudy House Farm offers weekly bookings starting on Saturday.

Lower Duerley
(cottage sleeps 4)

Upper Duerley
(cottage sleeps 4)

(cottage sleeps 5)

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Gaudy House Farm,
North Yorkshire,


North Yorkshire,


Gaudy House Farm provides self catering accommodation close to Gayle and Hawes. It is set in 25 acres of magnificent upland farmland, right by the Pennine Way high above Hawes. It is well positioned for taking day trips to other parts of the Dales, the Yorkshire Moors and the Lake District.

The accommodation is in three self contained units in converted barns. It is comfortable, cosy and well equipped with central heating and open fires. The Duerley barn has lower and upper levels, each with 2 bedrooms, sleeping 4. Widdale is slightly larger, with a third bedroom, and sleeps 5. We are well suited for larger parties who want to combine and book more than one let.

Hawes itself has lots of character and is the highest market town in England. It has a variety of local shops, pubs and eating places. Points of interest include a rope maker, the famous Wensleydale cheese factory and an excellent Dales Museum.

Children welcomeRadioTelevisionIroning facilitiesPrivate parkingGardenBuilding of historical interestCentral heatingLaundry facilitiesMicrowave cookerLinen providedChildren's outdoor play areaWorking farmDogs/pets accepted by arrangementDVD playerSingle sex groups welcomedReal log/coal firesDrying facilitiesWashing machine

Children welcome from any age.


    Mature / Senior Couple Des. And Mary Manley
    Debenham, Stowmarket,, United Kingdom
    16 September 2015
    Rated as 4 out of 5

    “Very comfortable and enjoyable stay.”

    The location and views are stunning.The cottage is very well appointed with all equipment and facilities required for a comfortable holiday.A laundry room and adequate parking and being allowed to bring pets is a plus .The location is very peaceful with just sheep for company and with lovely views over the valley towards Hawes a nice Dales Market Town.

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    Plan route to Gaudy House Farm using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

    Map reference: SD 858886  Lat: 54.29324 Long: -2.21906

    By Road:
    Go East to Sedburgh. Take A684 to Hawes (approximately 21 miles). Take Kettlewell Road on right. Drive through Gayle, bearing right and reach Gaudy House Farm on rising ground above the village. Alternatively turn off A1 at Leeming Bar junction, then drive up Wensleydale via Leyburn.

    By Public Transport:
    Suggest take local taxi.


    • Children welcomeChildren welcome
    • RadioRadio
    • TelevisionTelevision
    • Ironing facilitiesIroning facilities
    • Private parkingPrivate parking
    • GardenGarden
    • Building of historical interestBuilding of historical interest
    • Central heatingCentral heating
    • Laundry facilitiesLaundry facilities
    • Microwave cookerMicrowave cooker
    • Linen providedLinen provided
    • Children's outdoor play areaChildren's outdoor play area
    • Working farmWorking farm
    • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangementDogs/pets accepted by arrangement
    • DVD playerDVD player
    • Single sex groups welcomedSingle sex groups welcomed
    • Real log/coal firesReal log/coal fires
    • Drying facilitiesDrying facilities
    • Washing machineWashing machine

    Children welcome from any age.