Elegant guest house on the North Yorkshire Moors with family rooms for 3 or 4. Superior doubles with beautiful moorland views. Private parking, wheel chair access.
If you are planning to visit the North Yorkshire Moors, then the village of Goathland is ideally placed, whether you want to walk the moors, visit the sea-side, watch steam trains or discover the countless attractions the area has to offer.The Beacon is a superbly situated, late Victorain residence, built as a substantial country house for a wealthy mill owner.Situated at the quiet end of Heartbeats' 'Aidensfield', The Beacon nestles comfortably at the rear of the common.
Standing adjacent to the church, it sits in its own pleasurable grounds overlooking fields and open moorland.Parking is available for all guests in the Beacon's own private car park.
Renovated to incorporate all modern amenities, whilst still retaining Victorian charm and features, guests are guaranteed atmosphere at Beacon Country House. The main bedroom has unique oak panelling which dates from 1631 and all bedrooms offer stunning views. Rooms are spacious, bright and airy, bringing a fresh and cheerful feel to the accommodation.
In the converted barn we are pleased to offer a further two double en-suite rooms. One of these has wheelchair access, and can be made up as either a twin bedded or double room. Parking is available for all guests in the Beacon's own private car park. If you are interested in the area for its Heartbeat connections, visit our main website and find out how Beacon Country House has featured in the programme.
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