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We stayed here for a week and had a lovely time. Lodge was lovely and had everything we needed.
Beds could do with some new updated matresses but apart from that it was lovely.
The Bistro/Bar is a welcoming place and the food was good....More
We stayed for a week in a lodge with hot tub, it is a lovely area with lots of walks, waterfalls and castles nearby. The hot tub was very clean and didn't smell of chemicals like some! part way through the week we were offered...More
Yes rats. just come back today from a week of rats and dirt! Rats under our lodge and even at the side of our bird poo covered hot tub whist we were in it! The owner just said 'well you are in the countryside!' Broken...More
We stopped at the Westholme Lodges Aysgarth Lodge (14).
The setting was great, with great views but on arrival at the lodge we found it very dirty, not enough plates, glasses and cutlery, broken and blunt kitchen knives, we had to wash everything before we...More
Our lodge was the Maple VIP and it was absolutely perfect. The lodge was tastefully decorated and everything we needed for a family of 2 adults and one child. The beds were proper divans, not the temporary type of bed you sometimes get in caravans...More
USD 49 - USD 154 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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When we went at beginning of July the swings had gone but looked like they might have been doing some work. The climbing gram was still there. There is a lovely play area at Hawes just as you enter the village it's about 15... More
When we went at beginning of July the swings had gone but looked like they might have been doing some work. The climbing gram was still there. There is a lovely play area at Hawes just as you enter the village it's about 15 minutes away. The staff are very helpful and would be able to give you more advice.