Luxury 5 star rated Georgian country guest house with B&B near York. Great for romantic breaks, family holidays & group get togethers. Enquire about special offers.
Colin & Suzy Bell welcome you to their gorgeous Georgian home. Newburgh House is situated on the edge of Coxwold village in North Yorkshire. We are both from farming backgrounds and pride ourselves on offering friendly, 5 star B&B accommodation in a beautiful setting. We offer private parking and a cosy log fire.
Guests can enjoy a substantial breakfast from an extensive and varied breakfast menu. Served in our stunning breakfast room, which features period furnishings and overlooks the large rear garden. Optional evening dinner/Supper is available. The local area is steeped in history. Numerous attractions can be found nearby such as Newburgh Priory, Shandy Hall, the abbeys of Byland, Rievaulx and Fountains, Castle Howard, Nunnington, Benningborough and Newby Halls. Several racecourses are close at hand, as are various antique and art exhibitions whilst York is just 16 miles away.
There are 3 double bedrooms at first floor level, all with delightful views over the grounds. Bedroom 1 is a twin room bright and airy with original features and a private bathroom. Bedroom 2 is a king size bedroom with en-suite. Bedroom 3 is a exceptionally large room with sitting area and large en-suite bathroom with bath & separate shower cubicle. All rooms have hospitality trays, television, video, hairdryer and trouser press. Period bedside lights giving the rooms a soft charm and relaxing style.
We offer excellent 5 star B&B accommodation, have private parking facilities, a private garden and a romantic log fire in our communal sitting room.
£15 supplement for single occupancy. Special season break rates are available, please contact us for further details.
Take the A1 North, bypass Boroughbridge on the A168 to Thirsk. Bypass Thirsk, joining the A19 South to York. After 2 miles on the A19 you come to a sign showing Coxwold, Byland Abbey & Helmsley - turn left to Coxwold. After 4 miles you enter the village at the top end passing the pub to your left. Head down the hill, over the crossroads and after a quarter of a mile you will see a lake on your left. Newburgh is the first house on the left past the lake.