Our accommodation is beautifully furnished, well appointed and has a warm family atmosphere.
Linda Sugars has been welcoming visitors to the North York Moors for 25 years and has upgraded the facilities constantly to ensure that Sevenford House remains among the best Bed and Breakfast in North Yorkshire.
Rosedale Abbey lies at the centre of the North York Moors National Park, 10 miles from Pickering, allowing easy access to many of the region’s most famous attractions and historic sites. The beautiful and tranquil scenery of the moors can be explored on the numerous walking routes and from nearby Pickering or Goathland stations you can catch the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway for a unique view of the countryside and its villages.
Bed and breakfast accommodation includes three beautifully decorated guest rooms, a guest lounge with library and open coal fire, a dining room with grand piano that visitors are welcome to use and an information point with tips on things to see and do in North Yorkshire. The nearly four acre landscaped gardens are open to visitors, include a private summer house and offer beautiful views of Rosedale Abbey.
The Coach House is a self catered 3 bedroom holiday cottage with it’s own private garden and patio area and offers a more independent option for large families or groups of friends to spend a week or two delving deeper into the Yorkshire Moors.
The menu links above have detailed information on our facilities, photos of the house, gardens and rooms.
The Visit Ryedale website has great information on things to do in Ryedale and North Yorkshire, and RosedaleAbbey.com is another excellent reference for the many great local restaurants, pubs and things to see and do in and around Rosedale Abbey.
The Hanging Stones, by artist Andy Goldsworthy, is a series of artworks connected by a six-mile walk over parts of the moors around Rosedale Abbey. Ask Linda and Ian about the availability of viewing these exceptional works.
Visit the Hanging Stones website.