Historic B&B’s in North East England

Browse through our selection of historic bed and breakfast accommodation in Yorkshire and the North East of England.

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Pennycroft Guest House

Pennycroft Guest House, Kettlewell, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5QY.

Surrounded by the stunning Yorkshire Dales, this charming guest house benefits from fantastic scenery and a plethora of activities on the doorstep. Spacious en-suite accommodation is complimented by luxury toiletries, foot spas and high end bed linen.

  • 19th Century

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Brunswick House

Brunswick House, Middleton in Teesdale, County Durham, DL12 0QH.

18th century Brunswick House is a charming guest house in the rural North Pennines area offering cosy, en-suite accommodation, period features such as open fires and oak beams and a tasty evening menu.

  • 18th Century

The Fleece Inn

The Fleece Inn, Haworth, nr. Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD22 8DA.

Surrounded by the wild and rugged moors of Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, The Fleece Inn stands in the very heart of Haworth’s historic main street. Offering good old Yorkshire hospitality in 7 cosy guest rooms, the restaurant serves hearty local fare.

  • 19th Century

The Wold Cottage

The Wold Cottage, Wold Newton, nr. Driffield, East Yorkshire, YO25 3HL.

Dating from Georgian times, this former gentleman’s country retreat provides the ideal venue to simply relax and leave the pressures of the modern world behind. Enjoy the your full Yorkshire breakfast overlooking the beautifully landscaped grounds.

  • 18th Century

Dunedin Country House

Dunedin Country House, Patrington, Holderness, East Yorkshire, HU12 0NB.

Nestled away between the east coast and the Humber Estuary in the quaint village of Partrington, Dunedin Country House offers luxury B&B accommodation in eight en-suite rooms. Enjoy stunning views over the lawned Victorian garden to the River Humber.

  • 19th Century

Lowbyer Manor Country House

Lowbyer Manor Country House, Alston, Cumbria, CA9 3JX.

Lowbyer Manor Country House was built in the late 1700s and today offers 4 star accommodation in a delightful grade II listed property. Breakfast fans wont be disappointed as the guesthouse has won an AA Breakfast Award!

  • 18th Century

The Moorings Hotel

The Moorings Hotel, Hett Hills, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, DH2 3JU.

Blending traditional charm with modern comfort, The Moorings features nine spacious suites with luxury bathrooms, the perfect venue for business and leisure. Offering views over the West Durham Hills, it is just a 5 minute drive from Chester-le-Street.

  • 18th Century

Wolds Village

Wolds Village, Driffield, near Beverley, East Yorkshire, YO25 9EF.

The award-winning Wolds Village’s combines a charming Georgian homestead with sumptuous, traditional decor spanning the Tudor to Edwardian eras with a popular restaurant and tearoom serving a quintessentially British menu full of local and seasonal produce.

  • 18th Century

Hedgefield House

Hedgefield House, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE21 4LR.

Said to be the first house in Britain to be connected via the telephone, Alexander Graham Bell made history in 1877. A stunning Georgian Mansion House, Hedgefield House offers stylish guest accommodation together with lavish breakfasts.

  • 18th Century

Bowen House

Bowen House, York, North Yorkshire, YO31 8RF.

Enjoy a relaxing break at this unpretentious town house, which is ideally located for exploring York city centre. En-suite and private bathrooms, a cosy, classic decor and a plentiful cooked breakfast make this a must visit.

  • 19th Century

Dilston Mill B&B

Dilston Mill B&B, Corbridge, Hexham, Northumberland, NE45 5QZ.

With a colourful history dating back to the Middle Ages, this converted watermill sits on the banks of Devils Water in Hadrian’s Wall Country. Offering an attractive suite and studio, it is just a short drive from both Corbridge and Hexham.

  • 11th Century