As featured in "Your Home" Magazine January 2011 Edition and also

featured in" Yorkshire Life" Magazine September 2011 Edition.



Rokeby is a 17th century former dales farmhouse situated on the Dalesway in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is now a Bed and Breakfast that has been recently renovated to high standards in the Heart of Grassington.

Have your breakfast in front of the original Inglenook fireplace with a beehive oven. There will be log fires during the winter months and on cold days. All bedrooms are ensuite.

Grassington is the largest village in Wharfedale and has a cobbled square with picturesque historic streets and buildings. Nearby is the river wharfe where you can walk through ancient woodlands, past limestone crags to the high moorland fells and limestone pavements.

Grassington also boasts a fine selection of country pubs, tearooms and restaurants as well as a variety of shops. There is an annual Music and Arts festival at the end of June when many popular entertainers come to the town. At the end of the year Grassington goes Dickensian with The Dickensian Festival- with musicians, costume and street entertainers.

Grassington has a Lead mining and farming history and nearby Kilnsey hosts a large agricultural show at the end of August.

So whether you enjoy Walking, Fishing, Horse riding or site seeing Grassington offers visitors all this and more.

Dogs
Although we do not allow dogs in our rooms at Rokeby Guest House just a few minutes walk away is an excellent dog boarding house. ( No Kennels)
www.thedogpeople.co.uk

A comment from the Dog People
“let your dog come and stay with us in our home. We treat them like a member of our own family-no living outside in a kennel for our guests!”
 

WE CAN OFFER ADVICE ON BREATHTAKING LOCAL WALKS AND SOME GREAT PUBS AND RESTAURANTS FOR THE PERFECT WEEKEND. 

 IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS GIVE US A CALL AND WE WILL SEE IF WE CAN OBLIGE.

Rokeby is a totally non-smoking establishment.

We offer free wifi and Private parking for our guests.