Situated in the heart of the rolling countryside three miles from Richmond, Mount Pleasant Farmhouse boasts fabulous views over the Vale of York and still retains plenty of its 19th century charm and character. Now a sheep and beef cattle farm, we offer warm hospitality, well appointed ensuite guest rooms plus three stylish self catering cottages which are perfect for relaxing breaks to the Yorkshire Dales.
Ideal for couples, families or walking groups, we have won the Trip Advisor 'Certificate of Excellence' award for our high levels of accommodation and service. Please contact us by phone or email to discuss your requirements and prices for your stay.
Our four cottage rooms are set on the ground floor in a converted stable and each have their own front door. They are all well equipped with good heating for the winter months, a TV, contemporary furnishings and tea/ coffee making facilities.
Our award winning breakfast is served in the beamed farmhouse dining room and includes our own homemade prize-winning sausage, dry-cured bacon and black pudding. We also serve local free-range eggs and a selection of preserves made from fruit from our orchard.
Double ensuite rooms start from £40pppn and single ensuite from £50pppn - no prices rises this year! We offer discounted rates for children and accept pets at a small extra charge. Please contact us for further information.
We also have two self catering cottages at our farm, The Parlour and The Dairy, which are ideal for up to four people. Rates are from £340 to £420 per week.
For extra special breaks, book High Barn which is a beautiful three bedroom cottage with wood burner, Aga and two bath/ shower rooms. Rates are from £550 to £700 per week.
Richmond, known as the entrance to Swaledale, can be found three miles away with attractions including the cobbled market place and historic castle with Norman keep. Enjoy a fine selection of walks including along the River Swale and Easby Abbey.
Richmondshire covers an area of 507 square miles and inspired Lewis Carroll, author of 'Alice in Wonderland, who spent part of his boyhood in the area.