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Stayed here for the night before our last day on the Coast to Coast walk. We arrived to a warm welcome with a pot of tea and homemade biscuits in the kitchen. Our boots were whisked off for drying and we were shown to our...More
Stayed here for a week in the old sheaf store. What a amazing place. the owners are lovely and always happy to help you with whatever you need. all made of stone and very historical with the mod cons. free biscuits, local eggs and wine...More
My stay was wonderful! As a single traveller nothing was too much trouble. Absolutely delightful property and design. Created a blend of old and new ! I felt like Alice in Wonderland amongst the home, house and animals !I had a beautiful room and stunning...More
Thank Jane R
Response from TomGlaisdale, Owner at Red House FarmResponded 11 July 2017
What a pleasure it was to have you. You were truly an inspiration to me. I think we usually get what we give and you will receive love and joy wherever you go. Many thanks for taking the time to write such a...More
We were booked in here by our booking agent, while walking the Coast to Coast walk. Our welcome set the tone for a very short stay and the need to find alternative accommodation. We arrived at the same time as the tea and coffee delivery...More
Response from TomGlaisdale, Owner at Red House FarmResponded 15 July 2017
This couple were booked into Red House by an agency. They arrived after sitting in the pub for 4 hours, were very aggressive in manner, and it was immediately obvious that their behaviour would disturb other guests and ourselves. We therefore informed them that we...More
Stayed in the Hayloft. Warm, cosy, unique.
All the buildings, dry stone walls and courtyards are sensitively and authentically maintained. You really are staying at an original Dales Farmhouse, while enjoying all the things you need for a very comfortable 21st century stay.
Response from TomGlaisdale, Owner at Red House FarmResponded 12 July 2017
Wish you could have stayed longer. When you came, you had an appealing twinkle in your eyes and an infectious sense of humour-- felt like you were old friends.
All the best in your own endeavours. From Sandra Spashett
Response from TomGlaisdale | Property representative |
How kind of you to write and we are so pleased that you are interested in coming to Red House Farm. If you are interested in B&B in the main house we do not take dogs in the main house. However, we do have two... More
How kind of you to write and we are so pleased that you are interested in coming to Red House Farm. If you are interested in B&B in the main house we do not take dogs in the main house. However, we do have two options for dogs. The first is that we have 2 cottages, The Threshing Barn and the Old Sheaf Store, where we do accept 1 well-behaved dog of selected breeds. If this is an option for you, please get back to me with when you were thinking of coming and I can get back to you with availability and prices for those cottages. By the way, beginning with Good Friday Week and Easter Week up until after the 31st of October, we rarely take any bookings other than 7 night bookings starting on Saturday in those two cottages. For shorter stays in the Hayloft or the main house, the other option is that we have a dedicated doggy stable, but it is only suitable if a dog is an outside dog that is used to staying outside and on its own. It is clean, roomy, newly strawed and secure,
Please see our website (link on Trip Advisor) for virtual tour of the Threshing Barn and the Old Sheaf Store.
We hope to hear from you soon and if, so, I can send you more details.
Tom & Sandra Spashett