This little B & B was picked from the internet as a one night stop on our return home to London from Scotland. The premises are a converted chapel built in 1934 & renovated during 2003 by the present owners. There is one room for guests. As you enter the old main chapel door the room is to the left independent to the rest of the premises. It still retains an original artefact on the wall. It is a very bright & modern room finished to a very high standard, The en-suite bathroom is palacial with heated floor tiles. This is a little bit different but well worth the experience.
The only slight draw back being the sound proofing regarding the owners residence above, you are conscious of their presence however, in fairness they are still completing their renovation works so this may not be a future issue.
The village is small & very tranquil it totally epitamises the Dales. There is a pub next door which serves an excellent & varied menu. Dinner for two (two courses & drinks) amounted in total to £19.
Be warned do not eat a large dinner as the breakfast suppled by Jane is considerable - supported by home made bread.
- Also Known As:
- Chapel House Muker, Yorkshire Dales National Park