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“A historic property turned B&B, situated on the River Nidds and below the towering viaduct in the spa town of Knaresborough. Filled with charming quirks throughout, the property's character has not been lost in the renovation. Manned by a delightful host who is always willing to give local tips. ”

“A historic property turned B&B, situated on the River Nidds and below the towering viaduct in the spa town of Knaresborough. Filled with charming quirks throughout, the property's character has not been lost in the renovation. Manned by a delightful host who is always willing to give local tips. ”

Recommended For

  • Local exploring
  • Perfectly positioned on the river and beneath the viaduct in the heart of the spa town of Knaresborough.
  • Other Activities
  • Visit Mother Shipton’s Cave, the oldest charging attraction in England.
  • Great walks
  • Wander through the picturesque RHS Garden Harlow Carr.
  • Sights nearby
  • Stroll down to the majestic Knaresborough Castle.
  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast served
  • Luxury
  • Full of character
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • Family Suites
  • Owner managed
  • Intimate
  • Charming
  • Traditional
  • Child friendly
  • Quirky
  • Boutique
  • B+B

Facilities

  • No restaurant
  • Breakfast served
  • Sit-out Terrace
  • No pets
  • Family Suites
  • Parking
  • Wifi
  • Hot Tub
  • Sitting Room
  • Child friendly
  • Garden

Activities

  • Other Activities
  • Visit Mother Shipton’s Cave, the oldest charging attraction in England.
  • Great walks
  • Wander through the picturesque RHS Garden Harlow Carr.
  • Sights nearby
  • Stroll down to the majestic Knaresborough Castle.

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Teardrop Cottage

Combining spectacular location with cosy ambience, Teardrop Cottage in the spa town of Knaresborough in North Yorkshire feels like a home away from home. Run more or less single-handedly by owner Mike Collingwood, it sits beside a river and almost directly beneath the arches of the town’s soaring Victorian viaduct.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)