“Cordilleras House... Best B&B experience ever...”
11 Hurgill Road, Richmond
Tel: 01748 824628
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Liz and Gez Cornish offer you a warm, friendly welcome at Cordilleras House Bed & Breakfast in a beautiful, Grade II listed Georgian town house built in the early 1800s. It offers views overlooking Richmond Cricket Ground, Richmond's Norman castle keep and Friary Tower, and is just three minutes walk from Richmond's historic town centre, with its large, impressive Georgian market place.
Comfort and quality...
Sympathetic refurbishment ensures your stay will be comfortable, while you enjoy the unique character of the historic house. Our accommodation includes four bedrooms, three with en suite facilities and a fourth with a large, luxurious, dedicated bathroom, with gowns provided in the bedroom.
On arrival, between 4 and 6pm, you will be greeted with a freshly made hot or cold drink and delicious home-baking. In the morning, your freshly prepared breakfast will be cooked from locally-sourced produce.
A warm welcome...
We warmly welcome visitors including walkers, cyclists and bikers and business people. Secure bike storage for up to 4 bikes is available for cyclists. We are directly on the famous Coast-to-Coast long distance footpath, with Richmond marking the half-way point, so why not treat yourself to a well-earned rest and stay for two nights? We pride ourselves on our high quality accommodation and friendly service.
We are unable to accept pets. We do not have on site parking but parking is readily available in Nuns Close car park, very close to the house, or further up Hurgill Road.
We trust that when you leave you will want to return, both to Richmond and the glorious Yorkshire Dales, as well as to Cordilleras House.
Two Centre Break in the Yorkshire Dales
Cordilleras House have teamed up with Park Bottom in Littondale to offer guests the unique experience of a two centre break in the Yorkshire Dales. Guests can split their holiday between the north and south dales, town and country. Details of the two centre break can be found here.