Come and join us at Church Gate Farm Bed and Breakfast, a beautiful and peaceful retreat in the heart of glorious Nidderdale with stunning panoramic countryside views. This rambling 18th Century farmhouse offers guests a warm and welcoming ambience with splendid walks available in the gently rolling valley. Nearby is historic Nidderdale capital, Pateley Bridge as well as numerous natural attractions such as Brimham Rocks and Howstean Gorge, a naturally formed river gorge. Within a five minutes drive are two lovely country pubs, both of which would take approximately 25 mins to walk to. Book now by phone if you'd like to stay with us.
With modern and stylish bedrooms, we offer a little luxury amongst quiet Yorkshire countryside. We have one double bedroom and one king-sized bedroom, both with crisp white linen and soft towels included. We provide complimentary toiletries, light refreshments and free WiFi. Rooms also include a flat screen TV, a hairdryer and a mini fridge. Our king-sized bedroom is en-suite and includes a sitting area, a DVD player, iPod dock and a CD player with a selection of CDs and DVDs to choose from, whilst our double room has a private bathroom.
Coming from Skipton direction on the A59:- When you reach Blubberhouses (if you pass Hopper Lane pub - you've gone too far) turn up Hardisty Hill signposted to Dacre and Pateley Bridge. Having turned off the A59 at Blubberhouses, continue up hill, after approx half a mile you will pass right hand turn on to Meagill Lane (back to A59), then another right hand turn, then on brow of hill you want to look for "right hand turn sign" turn right here down small lane - My Love Lane (you don't see very old small stone sign from direction you are approaching). Continue down this single track lane and turn left at the bottom and then immediate right into our drive - sign at end -Church Gate Farm - we are the house straight on. Coming from Harrogate direction on the A59:- Past the wind turbines on your left hand side. After Kettlesing Head continue on A59 - you will see the white golf balls (Menwith Hill) on your right - you will then come to crossroads where you need to turn right on to the B6451 - signposted towards Pateley Bridge. You will then drive past the golf balls on your right hand side. Continue past small crossroads. Down hill Past small lane to left 'Moorcock Lane'. Past gravel heaps on your right hand side, followed immediately by small crossroads - you want to turn left here on to 'Low Lane'. Continue on here for approximately 1½ miles before reaching 'Church Gate Farm'. You will pass Myers Garage on your right, past Hookstone Memorial Hall, up hill past small church on right, then drop down other side and you will see triangle of grass and sign to Greenhow Hill - after here you want to take immediate right into Church Gate Farm - we are the property straight ahead.