About this listing
This is a friendly house with safe private parking; the house is in a quiet private area of Guiseley
There are 2 bathrooms on the 1st floor + a downstairs WC. There is a seperate fully fitted kitchen & Morrisons & the train station is 7 mins away.
Friendly Landlord Chris, who will be only too delighted to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Wireless broadband is throughout the house.
There is a 2nd kitchen on the first floor where you could prepare & cook your own meal.The room is on the ground floor near the downstairs loo .When you enter the house there is glass fronted sun lounge -small but just right for reading a book or the morning papers.You could walk to Guiseley rail station in less than 10 minutes where you can catch a train to Ilkley(14 mins) Bradford (20 mins) Leeds (12 mins).
The local shops are minutes away & Morrisons supermarket is 7 minutes by car. You will love the Yorkshire Dales where you will some of the best coutryside in the UK. The house is situated in Tranmere Park which is a quiet professional part of Guiseley. The world famous Harry Ramsdens fish & chip restaurant is very nearby.Ilkley is only 20 minutes away & if you have time you must visit Bettys Tea Rooms which are world famous! Come & see me soon
Please contact me by phone whatever your requirement & I will do my best to help you.Nightly bookings are not really my thing, so I politely request a minimum of 2 nights. Can guests please bring your own Bedsheets and pillow case. I will provide the duvet. Thankyou
I look forward to meeting you soon Kind regards Chris
Other Things to Note
Please bring your own Bedsheets and pillow case. I will provide the duvet. Thankyou
rule 1. enjoy your stay
rule 2. shoes off please
rule 3. turn lights off when you leave
rule 4. dont hide the remote :)
rule 5. dont nic owt :(
rule 6. see rule 1
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About the Host, Chris
Hi When I was in my 20's - now approx 40 years ago- I travelled to many parts of the world. Now in my 60's decided it would be fun to do it all again. Look out world - here I come!
Best wishes Chris