Offering luxurious 5 Star Gold accommodation in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, Thorney Mire Barn Bed & Breakfast is the perfect retreat exclusively for adults, situated just 1 mile from the market town of Hawes. The B&B is set within 4 acres of stunning gardens and private woodland home to red squirrels, roe deer, our own free range chickens and many species of birds (binoculars are available in rooms).
We have three luxury en-suite rooms including a superb ground floor Garden Room with private patio, ideal for our less mobile guests. An award-winning breakfast is inclusive in your stay and two furnished patio areas are in the sunny south facing garden. Footpaths, country walks and quiet cycle lanes are direct from our door, branching out in all directions, ideal for guests looking to enjoy the spectacular surrounding Wensleydale scenery.
The guest house has been rated five stars by Enjoy England, as well as receiving Gold and Breakfast Awards. It's quality continues to shine through as it has been awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for several consecutive years.
Choose from three luxurious en-suite rooms, each offering generous light and airy accommodation appointed to the highest standard.
Extensive Breakfast Menu - Served from 8.30 to 9.30am, featuring fresh tea and coffee, homemade muesli with freshly prepared preserves, traditional full English with locally sourced ingredients and extra special choices which can be pre-ordered the day before such as Eggs Benedict and slow cooked porridge.
Packed Lunch - for an additional cost of £7 per person a packed lunch can be provided for you featuring fresh sandwiches, hard boiled eggs, crisps, homemade cake, fresh fruit and a hot drink. A flask of hot soup is also available for an additional £3.
Dinner - advise us 48 hours before your arrival and a three course evening meal will be yours to enjoy on the first night, and then just tell us at breakfast if you'd like it on subsequent nights. £25 per person.
Ample off-road parking is onsite.
The Garden Room on the ground floor is disabled friendly. Main features include light switches at 1200mm or below, plug sockets above 600mm, a cambered ramp and an en-suite wet room with handles and shower stool. For a full list of features and our detailed access statement, please visit our website.
Exclusively for adults. Sorry no pets please. Double and single occupancy are welcome. Single night bookings are also welcome subject to availability. (Please call us direct for last minute single night weekend bookings).
From the East and the A1: Exit the A1 at Leeming Bar and take the A684 for Hawes, passing through Bedale (turn right at the T-junction here), Leyburn (turn left at the Bolton Arms mini-roundabout), Wensley, West Witton, Swinithwaite, Aysgarth, Worton and Bainbridge and on to Hawes. Leave Hawes on the A684 towards Sedburgh. After 1 mile you will come to Appersett. Just before the road turns right over the river take the left turn. After 1/3 mile you go under the old viaduct and we are the first building you come to a further ½ mile on. The parking area is adjacent to the building just off the road.
From M6 Northbound: Leave the M6 at Junction 34 and head for Hawes via Ingleton. 15 miles after Ingleton and 2 miles before Hawes there is a house on the right (the first on the right for several miles). Continue for 400 metres to a sharp right bend with black and white chevrons. Take the left turn here, and follow the single track lane for half a mile. After a 90-degree left turn you will see buildings ahead. Pass the first building and take the 90-degree right bend then pull up immediately on to the roadside parking area.
From M6 Southbound: Leave the M6 at Junction 37 and head for Hawes through Sedburgh, on the A684. 14 miles on from Sedburgh is the hamlet of Appersett. In Appersett the road turns sharp right over a bridge and then left over a second bridge with the name of Appersett on a boulder. Immediately after the bridge turn sharp right on to a single track lane. After 1/3 mile you go under the old viaduct and we are the first building you come to a further 1/2 mile on. The parking area is against the building just off the road.