|Banavie Bed And Breakfast Pickering Banavie Bed And Breakfast, Roxby Road, Thornton-le-Dale, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7SX|
"Banavie is situated in a quiet part of the picturesque village of Thornton-Le-Dale, close to the popular market town of Pickering."
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Bed & Breakfast
|Roxby Road, Thornton-Le-Dale,|
Pickering, North Yorkshire, England, YO18 7SX
Telephone: 01751 474616
Enjoy England 4 Stars
Proprietor: Mrs Ella Bowes
For more details visit www.banavie.uk.com/
|Banavie is situated in a quiet part of the picturesque village of Thornton-Le-Dale, close to the popular market town of Pickering.|
Thornton-Le-Dale is considered to be one of the prettiest villages in Yorkshire with its famous thatched cottage and babbling stream which flows through the centre of the village.
We offer our guests a quiet night's sleep and rest away from the main road, yet only four minutes walk to the village centre.
We offer one very large double or twin bedroom and two double bedrooms all tastefully decorated with en suite facilties. Bedrooms all have colour TV, hair dryer, shaver point; soap; shower gel; shampoo; shoe shine kit; first aid kit; towels and tea and coffee making facilities. All bedrooms are situated on the first floor. there is a large guests lounge to relax in with a colour television, games and magazines.
Our dining room features a unique collection of fine horse brasses. Full central heating is provided in all rooms. At the start of each day we take pride in serving our guests a full Yorkshire breakfast which comprises of local produce from our village butcher. We also provide complimentary tea or coffee in the comfort of our guests lounge to help you unwind after your journey.
Tea and biscuits at bedtime are also included in the price of your holiday.
A cot and high chair are available if required. Our guests are given their own keys to allow access at all times. Dogs are welcome. Open all Year except Christmas. Adult Rates £25.00 - £30.00 per day.
Child discouts available on request, car park at the back of the house.
Fruit salad, Grapefruit, Prunes
Selection of Cereal
Fresh Farm eggs * Bacon
Sausage * Tomatoes * Mushrooms
Fried Bread * Baked Beans
Eggs on Toast
Beans on Toast
Tomatoes or mushrooms on toast
Home Made Bread
Marmalade or Jam
Tea or Coffee
|Things to See and Do|
Thornton-Le-Dale is the ideal base for your holiday in Ryedale, North Yorkshire. The North Yorkshire Moors and Dalby Forest are nearby for visitors to enjoy true outdoor life. Within the village of Thornton-Le-Dale are many short country walks and bicycles are available for hire in the village. There is a Motor Museum in Pickering Road.
Thornton-Le-Dale has three public houses, two cafes and a fish and chip shop with a restaurant where you can get good meals.
A wide variety of interesting places and attractions await the visitor within only a thirtymiles raduis of Thornton-Le-Dale. Pickering has a Monday market and other attractions include the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway, Beck Isle Museum, Pickering Castle, Ryedale Swimming Pool, Moorland Trout Farm and the Kirk Theatre. Between Pickering and Malton at Kirby Misperton is the Flamingo Land Zoo and Leisure Park.
Malton has a Saturday market and a museum. Just outside Malton are historic Castle Howard which featured in the television epic Brideshead Revisited, Eden Camp Modern History Museum, Eden Farm and at Norton are the Derwent Swimming Pool and Richardsons Bowling Centre.
Helmsley has a Friday Market, Duncombe Park and Helmsley Castle. Around Helmsley are Rievaulx Abbey, Byland Abbey, Kilburn with the Mouseman's Visitors Centre and Sutton Bank with the White Horse and Yorkshire Gliding Club.
Kirkbymoorside has a Wednesday Market and nearby are Nunnington Hall, the Ryedale Folk Museum at Hutton le Hole, the Cropton Brewery at the New Inn Cropton and in the spring the beautiful valley of the daffodils at Farndale.
Historic York is noted for the Minster, old streets including the famous Shambles, a variety of museums including the National Railway Museum and boating trips on the River Ouse.
Thirsk is where James Herriot practised for many years as a vet from the old surgery in Kirkgate.
The coastal resorts of Scarborough with the Sea Life Centre, Filey and Bridlington offer a host of traditional and modern seaside attractions.
The old fishing port of Whitby is connected with Captain Cook and the fishing villages of Robin Hoods Bay and Staithes are worth a visit. High on the moors between Thornton-Le-Dale and Whitby is the moorland village of Goathland which has recently been made famous as Aidensfield in the popular television series "Heartbeat". Tourist information centres in Ryedale with their helpful staff are at Pickering, Malton, Helmsley and Sutton Bank.
How to Find Us
After leaving the A64 from Malton take the A169 to Pickering, turn right at the roundabout onto the A170 towards Scarborough, Thornton-Le-Dale is about 2 1/2 miles from Pickering, you come down a hill into Thornton-Le-Dale turn right at the bottom and that is Roxby Road.