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Laburnum Cottage was perfect in every way. The location for walking was perfect, even the quaint village pub but the Cottage itself was outstandingly clean, so comfortable and huge that I really didn't want to leave after two nights. Maureen is just a beautiful hostess.
A harder than expected day walking the Wolds Way I was very glad to arrive - Maureen warmly greeted me and sorted me out with comfort and fuel - delicious scone plus proper tea! Very pleasant bedroom with views towards the hills where I had...More
We stayed for 2 nights, 4th and 5th March 2016. The weather was horrible when we arrived, snow and sleet, it was freezing cold. Maureen greeted us with a tray of hot coffee and home made cakes and made us feel very welcome. We had...More
Although rather old fashioned, Maureen's hospitality was super! We sat outside eating home made scones in her lovely garden which she gave me a tour of. She had booked me into the village pub which was a good job as it was busy! I was...More
Friendly laid back B&B. Tea and scones every day, cooked breakfast if you want. Lovely garden. Room with ensuite shower has best 'loo with a view,' In same room I fell in love with window seat looking onto garden.
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sorry only just seen your question. I didn't have my dog though have previously taken him on long distance trails -- unfortunately I really can't say what the policy is, give her a ring - she's very friendly
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