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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Padley Farm B&B

Dungworth Green, Bradfield, South Yorkshire S6 6HE

Situated in the quiet village of Dungworth, yet just 20 minutes drive from Sheffield city centre, Padley Farm offers comfortable guest rooms, free WiFi and a hearty breakfast in the morning. Dog friendly.

  • Pet friendly
  • 19th Century

Lyndene

30 Ward Street, Penistone, South Yorkshire S36 6EP

Welcome to Lyndene on the edge of the Peak District. This welcoming B&B offers rooms with flat-screen TV and private bathroom. There are several restaurants and bars close by. A perfect base for exploring the stunning Peak District.

  • 19th Century

Lamb & Lion Inn

Lamb & Lion Inn, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 7EH.

Rebuilt in 1756 following a fire, the Lamb & Lion adjoins Bootham Bar, one of the four main entrances to the Roman fortress. The inn now offers 12 classic en suite bedrooms and serves AA Rosette food in a delightful parlour-style restaurant.

  • 18th Century

The Churchill Hotel

The Churchill Hotel, York, North Yorkshire, YO30 7DQ.

Set in the heart of the city, this listed Georgian mansion stands in beautiful, tranquil grounds. Dating from around 1827, it blends original character with modern luxury and features many artefacts associated with Winston Churchill.

  • 19th Century

Grays Court

Grays Court, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 7JH.

With a history dating back to the 11th century, Grays Court is one of the most historic buildings in England. Blending ageless character with modern comfort, the luxurious boutique rooms provide the ideal romantic retreat.

  • 11th Century

The Rose & Crown York

Rose & Crown, York, North Yorkshire, YO10 3BP.

Conveniently situated for exploring the many sites of historic York, the award-winning Rose & Crown offers five comfortable en suite letting rooms. In a building that dates from 1786, today’s guests can expect to be served famous ales and freshly cooked food.

  • 18th Century

William De Percy

William De Percy Jedburgh Road, Otterburn, Northumberland. NE19 1NR.

This French inspired gastropub and boutique hotel takes its name from the 11th century Norman noble, William de Percy. Originally a 17th century coaching inn, accommodation now comprises eight individually designed, boutique bedrooms, some with irresistible charms like four-poster beds.

  • 17th Century

Augill Castle

Augill Castle, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria, CA17 4DE.

Gothic towers, original staircases and four poster beds add to the fairytale romance of this turreted hideaway. Standing between Yorkshire and the Lake District, the castle is also perfectly situated for weekends away. On-site restaurant and bar.

  • 19th Century

Three Horseshoes Inn

Three Horseshoes Inn, Running Waters, Durham, County Durham, DH1 2SR.

Offering a well stocked cellar, good food and first class accommodation, this charming country inn is just a short drive from the beautiful city of Durham. The six spacious en-suite rooms all enjoys views over the rolling Durham countryside.

  • 17th Century

The Manor House Inn

The Manor House Inn, Carterway Heads, nr. Consett, Northumberland, DH8 9LX.

Just a short drive from Consett, The Manor House Inn offers cosy accommodation over four well appointed en suite bedrooms. Featuring stunning views over the Derwent Valley, the restaurant serves local specialities such as Northumbrian belly pork.

  • 19th Century