Shallowdale HouseBrochure Page. 91
Shallowdale House luxury bed and breakfast B&B accommodation, North Yorkshire, once you have visited, you don't want to share with anyone else because it is so special. This is an outstanding 1960's architect-designed house with huge picture windows to every room, allowing guests to take in spectacular views of the glorious Ampleforth and North Yorkshire countryside. There is a warm and relaxing atmosphere throughout this luxury accommodation and a wonderful attention to detail which makes guests return time and time again.
The B&B rooms are light, spacious and stylish with all the luxury finishing touches such as television, radio, tea and coffee making equipment, hairdryers and beautiful toiletries, but the best part must surely be waking each morning to the stunning views from the windows - Ampleforth and North Yorkshire at their very best.
As if this wasn't enough, Anton and Phillip are the most delightful and attentive hosts one could wish for, with Anton looking after guests and preparing afternoon tea, and Phillip cooking the most exquisite dinners and setting guests up for a days' activities with a hearty breakfast using the finest, and mostly, locally sourced ingredients,
Your B&B Hosts
Anton and Phillip are your hosts at this bed and breakfast (B&B) and have the wonderful ability to make their guests feel they are the most important people in the world. Nothing is too much trouble and they really enjoy providing their guests with an unforgettable, luxury B&B experience. They both have a background in art and design which is evident throughout the house and their local knowledge of Ampleforth and North Yorkshire will ensure guests do not miss any of the delights of the area.
Situated in Ampleforth on the southern edge of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park this is a stunning location encompassing moorland, rugged coastline and beautiful countryside with charming villages. Visit Castle Howard, Rievaulx, Byland and Ampleforth Abbeys, Nunnington and Beningbrough Halls, or the historic cities of York and Harrogate which are both close by.