Edd and Jan (your hosts) would like to welcome you to our 19th century farmhouse bed and breakfast. To book or enquire call 01729 860401 or 07894 058792 our email firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form
Middle Studfold Farm bed and breakfast is nestled under the first of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, Pen-y-ghent. The bed and breakfast is in an ideal location for tackling the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge just a short distance from the start at Horton in Ribblesdale. We are open throughout the year.
The 18th century farmhouse has recently undergone a major refurbishment, and has been restored tastefully and to an extremely high standard .
The bed and breakfast is in an ideal location for tackling the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge just a short distance from the start at Horton in Ribblesdale.
Middle Studfold Farm is ideally located for Walkers, Cyclists and those and those that just want to enjoy the peace and quite of the Yorkshire Dales. When the weather turns inclement we have a drying room to dry out your wet kit.
There is a sewing box for emergencies and a shoe shine box for communal use.
We offer evening meal dining for non residents, booking is essential.
All rooms completely refurbished to a very high standard and include;
Malham Suite- Double room with king size bed and lounge area and en-suite. £100 per night
Pen-y-Ghent- Single room with en-suite. £50 per night
Whernside- Double/Twin room with en-suite. £85 per night
Fountains Fell- Double room with en-suite. £85 per night
Ingleborough- Single room with exclusive use of large private bathroom. £50 per night
Middle Studfold Farm, Horton in Ribblesdale, is ideally located for tackling the Yorkshire three peaks or exploring the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The bed and breakfast is located just outside of Horton in Ribblesdale in the small hamlet of Studfold. Horton in Ribblesdale is the start of the Yorkshire three peaks a challenging 23.5 miles with 1450 meters of ascent. Horton Ribblesdale has two pubs and the famous Pen-y-ghent Cafe, where the 3 peak challengers can register
There currently is no shop in the village of Horton in Ribblesdale, the market town of Settle is 5 miles away and has lots of shops including outdoor clothing and supermarkets (Booths and Coop).
The village of Austwick is about 3 miles away and has a shop, Game Cock pub and Traddock Hotel for fine dining.