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Kirkfield Guest House

We are a small, family-run Bed & Breakfast with four bedrooms. We have been running for thirty years now and provide a friendly and informal service to guests. Based in Grassington in the Yorkshire Dales, we have some of the best views in the village. The house is a perfect base for exploring many fantastic walks throughout the region.


The warm water in the house is provided by solar panels, the electric by electric panel, and wherever possible, we try to use eco-friendly products. The house is completely non-smoking. We do not allow dogs. Breakfast is cooked on the traditional Aga in the kitchen.


This is the view of the house from the field in front of it. There are uninterrupted views of the hills from four of the bedrooms in the house and also the dining room and library. It could be argued that it is one of the best in Grassington. It is certainly a fantastic view to wake up to.


Kirkfield (originally called The Moraine) was built in 1920 by Mr Theodore Taylor who lived here until his death in 1953 aged 102. he was a managing director of J, T &J Taylor’s of Batley, a wool firm founded by his Grandfather in 1845. He was the first employer to perfect and operate profit sharing in his mill. He was a Liberal Member of Parliament for Radcliffe near Manchester from 1900 – 1918. For many years he campaigned to abolish the opium trade in China, finally succeeding in 1917. In 1958 Kirkfield was bought by Mr J K Lockyer who ran his dental surgery from the house. The house is still owned by his family.

Prices start at £50 per person per night.

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