Low Osgoodby Grange Bed & Breakfast

Bagby, Thirsk, North Yorkshire, YO7 2AL

Visit England 4 Star. Silver Award
Low Osgoodby Grange, Thirsk is a family run farm house bed & breakfast, in a Georgian farmhouse. All three bedrooms all en-suite, finished to a high standard.

1 king size room, 1 double room. And a family room with a double and a single bed. Our three bedrooms are tastefully furnished to a high standard to provide you with a comfortable stay. All are en-suite (shower), and are stocked with toiletries and fluffy towels. All rooms are non smoking. All rooms have tea and coffee facilities, mineral water, tv and hairdryers.

We have an on-site fly fishing lake on site.

Stabling available if you want to fetch your horse.
Low Osgoodby Grange Bed & Breakfast is situated beneath Sutton Bank, on the road between Bagby & Kilburn, near Thirsk North Yorkshire.

Within easy access to the A1M and A19, A170.

In the middle to exploring the Yorkshire Dales Moors and coast all within an hour's travelling. Beautiful breathtaking country side to explore as featured on the Yorkshire vet series.
Accommodation Amenities
  • 4 Star
  • Breakfast Included
  • Children Welcome
  • Double Room
  • Family Room
  • Off Road Parking
  • Shower
  • Silver Award
  • TV
  • We're Good To Go
  • WiFi

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