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Self catering accommodation in East Witton, Yorkshire

Welcome to the Old Chapel

Newly converted Chapel, an upside down house, large open plan upstairs with far reaching views, beautiful stained windows casting shadows across the lush wooden floor. Bright, modern, all essentials. Outside area for lovely summer evening drinks looking across the gorgeous green that runs the length of the village, it is a unique village with the award winning pub The Blue Lion at one end, a short walk from The Old Chapel. This area of the Dales is full of delightful places.

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Meet Georgina

"When I stay in a holiday let or a hotel, I want crisp sheets, a good working shower and fluffy large towels". This principle is what we work with at The Old Chapel.

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Dinner

The hostess, Georgina, is a cook by trade. Dinner can be provided.

Prices as follows:

3 course dinner - £45.00 per head
2 course dinner - £35.00 per head
1 course dinner (comfort food) - £20.00 per head

(please provide your own wine)

Prices

£160 per night

2 double bedrooms

£952 per week

includes 15% discount

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Get in touch

We are really proud of The Old Chapel and we'd love for you to come and stay with us. To book, check our availability or just ask any questions may you have please contact Georgina on either of the following details:

Our Address

The Grange
East Witton
nr Leyburn
North Yorkshire

07957 144467

georgina@theoldchapeleastwitton.co.uk

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Guest Comments

Things to do

Lots of wonderful country walks, including one right by your front door. The Forbidden Corner is a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises created within a four-acre garden, with a cafe attached.

Jervaulx Abbey and Tearooms

The Abbey is enchanting, it is the oldest abbey in the country that still has many of its walls standing. There are charming tea rooms on the opposite side of the road and a car park.

Aysgarth Falls

Falls are a triple flight of waterfalls surrounded by forest and farmland, carved out by the River Ure over an almost one-mile stretch. In addition to the falls, there are walks which wind through the wooded valley, offering views of the river and falls.

Richmond

In North Yorkshire, is a town of unique character and beauty which has changed little over the centuries. With the variety of shopping and its many pubs, hotels and restaurants, the proximity to the most stunning scenery. Richmond also has a castle.

Other things to do include Middleham Castle (once childhood home of Richard III), Masham (a very pretty old Market Town), Swinton Park, Brymor, Light Water Valley, Newby Hall and Bolton Castle in Wensleydale.

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