Deeside House

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Holiday accommodation for large groups in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales

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Friday10th to Monday 13th January reduced from £1250 to £850.

Friday 7th to Monday 10th February reduced from £1250 to £895.

Friday 14th to Monday 17th February reduced from £1250 to £895.

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Current proprietor Peter Whitehead (71) is planning to retire soon but only when he has found a new owner who will honour all existing bookings and commit to improving the Deeside experience and restoring the adjacent Deeside Coachhouse. Click here to view our new sales brochure pdf with full details of our three residential properties. If you would like to receive a copy of the printed brochure please let us know the address you would like it mailed to. For enquiries from our website please note offers over £750K will be considered.

Guestbook

Fantastic facilities for a large group like us. Particularly appreciated having lots of space for the kids and the en-suite facilities in all the bedrooms. Everyone loved the games room and the huge telly was a big hit with all the boys! Access to the Internet also was very useful and the DVD collection is excellent. Appreciated the provision of towels, soap, shampoo etc. Like most people before us we would certainly hope to return. Many thanks.

Stockdale, Bloor, Brighouse, Williams, Hughes and Fisher families, Wrexham and Datchworth

Railways

Deeside House is ideally situated for two of the country's most scenic railway lines - the Settle-Carlisle and Wensleydale railways. A number of walks from Deeside House take in the fossil-studded limestone of Arten Gill viaduct, Dent Head viaduct, and the mouth of the Blea Moor Tunnel, following it's line under the flanks of Whernside to Ribblehead viaduct and the Station Inn beyond.

During the summer there are as many as four steam trains a week, often with famous express locomotives such as Tornado and Sir Nigel Gresley. Dent Station at 1150ft is England's highest mainline station and station furthest (5 miles) from the village it is named after. In 1947 a train was buried in snow close to the station for several weeks.

Hawes Station, incorporated within the local museum is part of the Wensleydale Railway which used to run from Northallerton to Garsdale. It is now in the process of being restored and there are regular services along a 16 mile stretch between Redmire/Castle Bolton and Leeming Bar.

Carnforth Station near Lancaster hosts the 'Brief Encounter' exhibition and was the location for David Lean's 1945 romantic classic.

The National Railway Museum in York is within 2 hours drive and has something to offer railway enthusiasts of all ages.

Deeside House Bedroom Lounge Games room