8 guests

4 bedrooms

4 beds

2 bathrooms

The Old Post Office

in Skipton


(94 Reviews)

This holiday home is located in the delightful Dales village of Burnsall. Sleeping up to eight guests across 4 bedrooms, this property is perfect for family gatherings and group getaways. The Old Post Office is the ideal place to stay if you are looking to enjoy everything the Yorkshire Dales has to offer.

Trip Details

Property Highlight #1

Dog Friendly Retreat

The Old Post Office is dog friendly so families can bring their pups along for their staycation.

Property Highlight #2

Log Burner

The property benefits from a log burner so you can cosy up with your loved ones as the cold nights draw in.

Property Highlight #3

Outdoor Area

The Old Post Office has a sunroom which opens out to a patio area. This space has outdoor furniture so it's ideal for relaxing in the sun and enjoying al fresco meals.

The Space
The Old Post Office is a stunning characterful property which spans over three floors. This four bedroom property is perfect for a family or group getaway if you are looking to enjoy the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales.

The ground floor is made up of the living room, kitchen, sun room and snug.

The living room is a large L-shape room with ample seating for 8 guests. With high ceilings, wood panelled walls and a feature log burner this space is perfect for entertaining the whole family.

The country kitchen features Farrow & Ball, Lulworth Blue kitchen cupboards, solid wood worktops and a large Belfast sink. The oil fired Aga sits proudly in the middle of the room with a monochrome feature tiled wall.
The dining area sits neatly in the kitchen. With a beautiful polished wooden table and a selection of matching chairs with botanical themed cushions.

Follow through the kitchen into the sunroom. This wooden framed space seats eight people at the large dining table and features large glass doors that open out onto the rear garden. Sitting opposite the dining table are two large two seater, leather sofas. Perfect for after-dinner relaxing.

The rear garden is a lovely secluded, south facing space with a stone flagged patio and outdoor seating area.
Just off the sunroom you will find the most perfect place to retreat after a long day exploring, The Snug. With deep green velvet sofas, fabric Chelsea style chair and small reading light. Grab your latest book and enjoy some peace and quiet.

On the first floor you will find three of the bedrooms, one with en-suite and the family bathroom. With two superking rooms and one kingsize, each with crisp white linen and luxury soft furnishings, you are spoilt for choice on which room to choose for your stay.

The master bedroom can be found on the second floor. This simple space features a superking bed, large leather snug chair and a private en-suite with WC and basin.

The Old Post Office is full of character with it’s Edwardian features, fused perfectly with interiors of exceptional taste, this really is a property that should be on your wishlist.

Host & Stay are committed to our owners that their homes are protected during bookings. For this reason, we require all of our guests to transfer a £250.00 Damage Deposit (subject to a £10.00 administration charge) or, to purchase an Accidental Damage Waiver for £25.00 which will cover you for up to £500.00 of accidental damage during your stay.

The Yorkshire Dales are home to some truly breath-taking landscapes. With two protected areas, wild heather covering the moorland, towns and villages full of unique charm and a wonderful peaceful atmosphere, it is a place not to be missed. Whether you’re looking for a summer getaway to explore the landscapes or a winter break to cosy up in a country cottage you will not be disappointed with the Yorkshire Dales.

The property is surrounded by spectacular National Park scenery, including the magnificent Burnsall Fell. The location is popular among walkers and cyclists. Explore the great outdoors with a trip to Malham Cove, discover the history of Fountains Abbey in Ripon or go wild at Lightwater Valley, the local theme park.

Getting Around
You can travel to, from and around Burnsall by car, bus or train. There are a number of routes allowing you to travel around the Yorkshire Dales with ease.

There are a number of popular walks that lead to the hidden village of Thorpe, Cracoe, Hebden, Parcevall Hall Gardens and the spectacular Troller's Gill. Keen fell walkers will find a choice of routes from the high moorland onto Barden Moor Access Area.

  • Bathtub
  • Bed linens
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Children’s dinnerware
  • Coffee maker
  • Cookware
  • Dishes and silverware
  • Fire extinguisher
  • First aid kit
  • Free parking on street > Street parking
  • Garden or backyard
  • Hangers
  • Hair dryer
  • Heating
  • Indoor fireplace
  • Iron and Ironing board
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • TV
  • Washer
  • BBQ grill
  • Family/kid friendly
  • Wireless Internet
  • Toaster
  • Towels provided
  • Smoke detector
  • Private entrance
  • Patio or balcony
  • Oven
  • Microwave
  • Kitchen
  • Kettle
  • Hot water
  • Essentials
  • Pets allowed
  • Suitable for children (2-12 years)
  • Suitable for infants (under 2 years)

Guests have access to the whole property. The keys to the property are accessed via a secure key safe and full details will be provided shortly before your arrival date.

Free on-street parking can be found around Burnsall on a first come, first served basis.

Check-in: 16:00

Checkout: 10:00


From the guestbook


(94 Reviews)



Location is great.<br/>Significant amount of additional charges applied over the "total booking cost" I originally saw, which you'd miss unless you vet the T&C's, really upset about this. <br/>Property wasn't as clean as expected either, and door handles often had not been properly attached. Meaning a small pull and the handle came loose. The main bedroom is a great example of this. Instead of repairing the handle, which would have been an easy fix, they've just drilled in a curtain hook to be used as an alternative handle. Not exactly great.



Great central location in the village. Cottage was full of character. Liked there was space for people to go into different rooms. Comfortable beds, plenty of clean linen/towels.<br/>No blind/curtain fittings in all the bedrooms - should have been told in advance but easy to fix going forward. Instructions for commercial coffee machine would have been useful.



Great place for a big group. Lots of communal space and large bedrooms. Our second visit to the place and would return again. Great location too.<br/>If I'm being super picky. The only reason it doesn't get a 10 is that there is no parking. so with 4 couples coming from different directions it was a bit of a scramble for a space in the village. It wouldn't stop us returning and there is a car park in the village if there wasn't space on the road



We had a lovely stay, the only negative which is what a lot of reviews say, which is the level of cleaning. We had to dust the headboards ourselves before we slept in them. There’s alot of long standing cobwebs around … please listen to the reviews and get a thorough deep clean done.. as it’s a beautiful spacious house and we would have booked again. <br/>The location is perfect, it’s helped by having the fabulous Red Lion who have the most friendliest staff. Gorgeous walks all around too.



Very spacious, great location.<br/>Property needs a good clean, thick with dust and we found a dirty nappy down the side of one of the beds. <br/>Kitchen is lacking general utensils, no tin opener, kitchen roll, bing bags.



This property was everything we needed and much more, the added touch of the. Christmas tree made our arrival special. The property is so spacious but cozy.<br/>We struggled a little with cooking on the Aga as hadn’t used one before but adapted well in the end.



Great place in the Dales. Near good pubs and great walks. Warm and dry<br/>No waste paper bins in at least 2 of the bedrooms. One bedroom had no dressing table and no mirror. Spatula for cooking would have been useful. A walk in shower would have been a lot easier for my elderly mum



Warm and cosy with the AGA on.<br/>Bedrooms clean and comfortable.<br/>Garden furniture in a poor condition, stools and tables looked as if they would collapse if used.<br/>However good barbecue.



Location could not be better.<br/>The size of the property the decoration.<br/>No dishwasher!<br/>Garden furniture broken could not be used.<br/>Lots of cobwebs although it was clean needs a deep clean. <br/>A tv in the snug would be better as the one in the lounge is difficult for everyone to get round.



The location, beds were so comfy, lots of space<br/>The garden hasn’t been maintained for a long time clearly and isn’t useable which was a big shame. Also no dishwasher! Who wants to come on holiday and wash pots, ahh let it down both these factors. Also odd smell on first entrance but went away after a day or so



Lovely house, very spacious. There is a big AGA range in kitchen throws out a lot of heat. Would be a cosy place to sit in winter, but was very hot in summer. Thankfully the conservatory was a great summer place to sit. Only minor negative comment I have is that lighting is a little dim for reading/knitting in the evenings. <br/>The location is perfect for exploring the Yorkshire Dales. We had some lovely walks right the house.



Location and homey feeling. It was cold and raining when we arrived and the house was warm and inviting<br/>Nothing negative to say



Not as advertised not newly refurbished. Old, shabby and unclean. Host and stay constantly sending emails, demands for deposits and reviews. Lots of communication but a very impersonal service. Beautiful location






lovely spacious house in good location<br/>let down by housekeeping issues as mentioned by previous guests



Good location, and nice house, a little tired.<br/>location butifull, but as expected very busy.<br/>Things to note:<br/>No dish washer, not a major issue as we ate out.<br/>No curtains /blinds a number of rooms????<br/>Garden furniture a little rickety.<br/>Two superb pubs in Appletreewick, a 1.7 mile walk along the river, beer excellent and food good.<br/>The Red Lion, close but the beer was disappointing, and food on the high side.



Very good



The location was perfect for my daughters wedding in the church. The beds were very comfortable and spacious<br/>We couldn’t open the door with the key and after 10 minutes of trying, I rang host and stay and left a message but also rang the proprietor. I explained that my daughter was getting married and we were hosting the bridal team but she was extremely rude and told me I should be ringing host and stay and slammed the phone down on me. Why she had her number on the website beggars belief. <br/>The back patio door was difficult to open and even more difficult to close. The bathroom lock was broken, there was only 4 high bar stools and 2 rusty iron chairs in the garden to sit on which was in need of some weeding. There was not enough matching plates for 8 people and only 6 mugs. Quite difficult when hosting a house with a bride, 6 bridesmaids and myself plus hairdresser and make up artist. I was disappointed with the level of consideration given as the house states it accommodates 8 people and having paid just short of £1,500 for a 3 night stay I expected better. I get the impression that some proprietors are keen to take your money but have no customer service skills what so ever!



The numerous maintenance issues contributed to a dingy appearance. One room which had no curtain on a side window was used as a promotional picture! Would not recommend this property. Have paid similar price for a much better appointed property.



Location was perfect. We were self catering. The aga on all the time was a bonus as it was warm when we came back and also lots of hot water!<br/>Lack of bedside tables! Lock was broken on the main bathroom door and one ceiling light was not working in a bedroom. There should have been a dishwasher! We were only 4 but it slept 8... a lot of washing up!



comfortable house to stay in<br/>the bedrooms should have curtains on all windows



really nice house, clean and good facilities, fantastic location.<br/>some of the bathrooms are a little dated but nothing to stop me staying again.



We stayed in Burnsall for my dad's 70th birthday, together with a dog and 2 small toddlers.<br/>Initially upon enterting the property we were really impressed. The communication had been great and the photo's matched the property.<br/>However, as we began settling in there were some basic things that bothered us:<br/>- Only one of the bedrooms had curtains in all windows, which made it very difficult for putting toddlers to bed! We ended up trying to pack the window aloves with cushions to try and block out as much light as possible.<br/>- The kitchen was lovely but had basic items missing such as a tin opener (we ended up going to the pub to ask them to open 4x tins of tuna we needed for our packed lunch when going out walking!)<br/>- Most of the ornaments were covered in either dust or cobwebs.<br/>- There were missing handles<br/>- No dish washer (1st world problems but as we all have dish washers, this was definitely a chore!)<br/>So all in all, okay - not dreadful but not brilliant either unfortunately.



Location is excellent, property is very well equipped, beds are very comfy<br/>There were a few cobwebs on the light fittings and in the lounge, more care could be taken when cleaning



Excellent location with plenty of space in the house.



it was not clean only 1 tv the cooker was very hard to work with the back door would not open



Nice place in a great location. Very comfortable beds. A few areas that need attention include cleanliness and a few things that need fixing which we've provided feedback to the hosts and hopefully will be addressed. We had a nice stay and had great days out in Ilkley, Grassington and Harrogate.



Great property for our family New Years meet up. Spent most of the time in the Kitchen and conservatory which were lovely spaces, yet loved the separate bolt holes and bedrooms at the same times. Also everything you could possibly need for your stay.<br/>Communication was a little clunky. Didn't like the hidden admin charge for giving an enforced security deposit. Postcode on some satnavs takes you to a property a few miles away (experiences by 2 separate members of our group)









Best location. Great local, beautiful walks<br/>The aga! Very slow and fumey.<br/>No mirror or shaver socket in bathroom.



Very good



Very good



The cottage was beautiful and exceeded our expectations. Everything was spotless on arrival. All furniture was of a very high standard throughout. The location also exceeded our expectations. We had a very enjoyable few days and will definitely be recommending and be back.<br/>There was nothing to dislike. If I was going to be really picky, I would say the garden needed a tidy up. If I was staying longer I would of loved to spend a few hours doing this, as the views were amazing and it was so peaceful.



Beautiful property in the gorgeous hamlet of Burnsall. Highly recommend a stay



Had a fantastic stay in Burnsall at the old post office. Really characterful property in a lovely village, you can’t go wrong! Would definitely stay again. Great communication and easy to check in and out etc.



The cottage is beautiful. Burnsall is perfect. The cottage has everything you need. <br/>For the price you pay Airbnb for cleaning id expect it to be perfect but there were quite a lot of cobwebs and it was dusty in some areas of the house. Also, the toilet was broken when we arrived which wasnt ideal but luckily there were other toilets to use!<br/>Id definitely recommend this cottage.



Excellent property and location, had everything you could ask for



The kitchen tap was faulty and the aga was below temperature for easy cooking. Otherwise everything was lovely.



The location of this large, characterful house is absolutely perfect! Beautiful village and some great walks around. <br/><br/>For a large house, it would benefit from a dishwasher! Pre-warning that it’s hand wash only. <br/><br/>The AGA is fine, as long as you know how to use one! Plan ahead and with plenty of time. <br/><br/>The big let down for us was the cleanliness. People have mentioned it before in reviews. Thankfully the bed linen and towels were clean, but the rest of the house was not: dead flies on the en-suite windowsill, cobwebs everywhere, mould around the kitchen sink. Some really easy wins, so I hope the rental company do something about it! <br/><br/>With a clean, it would be as perfect as it’s pictures in the listing.



This house does need seem urgent maintenance, but it is a beautiful property in a lovely location. The kitchen smelt strongly of oil despite ventilation (we were reassured the aga had had recent maintenance) and the kitchen hot tap was leaky and faulty. Several doors did not shut properly and all the windows in the attic bedroom had no curtains. There was also no curtain in one of the front bedrooms - really not ideal when staying in summer! Would be a great stay if these issues were seen too.



You will love the location and comfortable kitchen and bedrooms



beds<br/>location<br/>aga<br/>sun room<br/>more care and attention to maintenance and cleaning



Great place, much better than advertised. HUGE bedrooms. <br/>Tasteful decor and the location is ideal for all things Dales. <br/><br/>The comms and care we received were second to none.



Fabulous character house with fantastic comfy spacious beds. Wonderful views and variety of rooms to spend time in. Huge kitchen with aga, giving constant warmth! Had a lovely restful time, but with opportunity for walks, eating out and visiting local villages near by.



The accommodation is perfectly situated in the lovely village of Burnsall. The property is big and had all amenities needed. The Aga is hard to cook on though! lovely enclosed garden. The bedrooms are huge and very comfortable. Would definately love to stay again.



Fantastic house for our large group in an excellent location, super comfy beds, comfortable, warm, very well equipped and lovely furnishings.<br/>Tired grubby paintwork, needs a deep clean i.e,hand prints all over glass/lots of cobwebs, broken chair from the kitchen dumped in the conservatory and broken door handle (mentioned in a previous review) still not fixed!



House was a great location. <br/>Needs a major bit of TLC, lots of things such as broken chair, wallpaper hanging off the walls, the dust from the chimney coming through the fireplaces in the night time with the wind. Would stay again if these things all where sorted as the location is brilliant and plenty of room.



This house is set in the most beautiful place, nestled in a small village win the Yorkshire Dales with a large river running through the village, and lots of amazing walks nearby etc. The view of hills from the kitchen window was incredible - especially as we come from the flat land of Norfolk. <br/>There are walks from the doorstep along the river, across footbridges and up to Hebden which has an amazing cafe. <br/>Also recommend getting food at the Craven Arms which is a 5 mon drive. The steak and ale pie was amazing and every single dessert was outstanding- a brilliant pastry chef must work there! We ate in the bar area and there are fires dotted throughout the pub so it is warm and welcoming yet completely understated in a very refreshing way to what we are used to.<br/>The house is very warm and clean. It was comfortable in the winter. It has a gorgeous patio garden with a bbq and chairs and a wonderful sun room. It was too cold in winter to use this though. We are a family of 5 but struggled to fit around the TV as there were not enough sofa spaces. The TV also wasn’t smart, but that meant we spent time playing games and being with each other more, so more of a holiday! <br/>The dog really loved sleeping by the arga.<br/>My advice is be prepared for arga cooking- we had a Sainsbury’s delivery to the door and made lots of stews which were ready when we came back from a long walk.<br/>Really amazing place to get away from it all thank you



The location was good near to a pub for dinner large enough to accommodate the family of 6. A very warm house. Bedding and towels where excellent.<br/>Very worn property and very tired. Blinds in ensuite broken door handle to room loose could easily get trapped in room. Only one TV in the whole of house. No instructions for the arga to help work the meal times etc. Ensuite and bathrooms had grubby screens and lots of dirty mastic around bath. Not enough toilet rolls to accommodate a family of 6. Grubby rugs and cobwebs. Very dark internally. Needs a good clean and a good decoration.



property was homely, great location, fantastic beds and well equipped kitchen<br/>aga was frustrating ( not warm enough when trying to cook ) and needed decent mirrors in bedrooms.



Amazing place in a superb location with the most picturesque views! Communication with host was great and seamless check in & out process. Highly recommend :)



Great location. Comfortable beds. Quirky accommodation in need of some tlc. Would recommend eating at Red Lion only 2 minutes on foot. Parking on street can be difficult.



Great house, very spacious with lots of character and charm. Wonderful location and perfect for a winter getaway from city life.



The Old Post Office is a lovely property that easily sleeps 8. The sitting areas are comfortable and the kitchen is well equipped. There is only an Aga in the kitchen so bear this in mind if you are wanting to cook a meal during your stay. The three main bedrooms are large with king size beds that are comfortable. The forth bedroom is in the attic and is open with the hallway on the second floor. The garden is fully enclosed and is a safe place for dogs and children. The house is situated across from The Red Lion pub and hotel, which offers a warm welcome to visitors and is dog friendly. We had an evening meal there and the food was good as were the portion sizes. There was a good wine and beer selection too. There is a lovely 7 mile circular walk from Burnsall to Grassington along the River Wharfe, which I would highly recommend.



We had a great weekend in this gorgeous house! So much space, so many rooms, we didn’t even get chance to use them all! Comfy beds, cosy fires, huge kitchen. We’d love to stay again. Gorgeous location.



lovely big house that was comfortable, warm and in a great location. Lovely views from the house.<br/>we felt the house could maybe do with some repair. A few door knobs on the kitchen units and on the bedroom doors were loose. The fridge stopped working half way through our holiday, so we had to use outside as our fridge. But other than that, a great house.



Lovely location and plenty big enough for 6 adults. Really cosy and a good set up with big comfortable beds.<br/>Overall the cottage was wonderful and we'd return. If we were being picky, the kitchen could probably do with an update.



Lovely cottage for a weekend away with friends, gorgeous location and had everything in it we could have asked for.



Brilliant place to stay, high quality and really beautiful

Lucy S.


We loved our stay at The Old Post Office. Ideal for our family get-together. The beds are really comfortable, lots of spaces to hang out in the house, the area is magic- roll out of the front door and you are by the river or can go on glorious riverside walks from the front door. The Aga was lovely and warm and the property was well equipped, we had everything we needed. For us the photos didn't do it justice, The Old Post Office was comfortable, characterful and very spacious.



Lovely location. Plenty of space. Great size bedrooms.<br/>Not very clean. A lot of broken or poor condition items/fittings.



Very good



This house is absolutely beautiful, and the village is lovely as well. A picturesque setting, with plenty of room for families or friends to get together. We did have an issue on our second day that the Aga stopped working, which was frustrating. But after a few phone calls the property company confirmed we could get food from the pub and they would reimburse us, which was a satisfactory outcome. And shout out to the Red Lion across the road as they were lovely, and managed to feed a fairly large group of us even though they were very busy on a Saturday night. Overall, it's a beautiful house in a beautiful location, and I would definitely recommend.

Chris W.


Lovely area with lots to do. Property is quirky, and could do with a little tlc, although the beds and sofas were very comfortable. We weren’t able to book meals out in the village, however there are plenty of lovely places to eat within a 5 mile radius.



Great location & comfy big beds with good linen & towels. Lovely snug & comfortable sofas & chairs<br/>Poor electrics (snug light couldn’t be turned off) & various wires not properly terminated. Tired state of repair. Garden overgrown & untidy. Lack of bedside tables. Lack of dishwasher - poor sink location making washing up problematic.



Perfect place to stay

Frederick H.


Pros:<br>Couldn't ask for a better location. Comfortable beds. Very good communication from managers. Was all that it said it was. Good facilities available - pots and pans, etc. (not always the case with holiday rentals).<br>Cons:<br>Could have been cleaner. A few things which have clearly not been fixed for a while, light switches, locks etc. But this is minor. <br><br>Overall, I would happily book again.

Jonathan G.


The location and surrounding scenery were great, however the property itself did not live up to expectations. On arrival the kitchen was in need of a good clean and other downstairs areas needed a good dust and hoover. There were various exposed wires and cables both inside and out which were unsightly. Some windows and doors were difficult to open and then impossible to close and the garden needed a tidy up. Overall, the property was in need of a lot of TLC.<br>The bedrooms were clean and the beds were very comfortable. The listing states '4 Bathrooms', however there are 2 bathrooms with showers over baths and 2 further cloakrooms. <br>There is only an Aga to cook on so be prepared.<br>On the plus side, the issues that we raised with the managing agent were dealt with and their communication was good and prompt.






This is a large house in a great position <br/>It does need some tlc in a few places - hopefully the owners are on the case with this



A great house in a beautiful location. The river nearby is fantastic for swimming and walks and the area is amazing for exploring. The bedrooms were lovely in the house but kitchen was disappointing. We stayed in summer and the aga was on full blast heating the whole house. After lots of comms with the rental company we managed to turn the heat down slightly but was still roasting making the kitchen an unusable area. Think an advisory needs to be given for summer bookings that the property will be extremely and uncomfortably hot. Also as previous reviews have mentioned there is no dishwasher. Finally we also had some worries as the back doors and kitchen window don’t close properly and can’t be secured. This may have been as a result of the heat but it certainly caused us some worry whilst there. Again contacted the rental company about this one.

Graham W.


Situated in a beautiful area, the property is spacious, well equipped and comfortable. Lovely sun room at the back of the house was our go-to place to be. <br>Unfortunately our time there was affected by water supply issues on the upper floors which were not resolved at the time, compounded with other maintenance shortcomings, and poor / incorrect communication from the management company. Addressing these areas will make this property a real winner.



Perfect property in an amazing location, it is a great as it looks and I would recommend to all



A great location in a beautiful village. The house is quirky and good for our 2 night stay.



This house is perfect for family gatherings. 4 big double bedrooms and both the kitchen and conservatory great for family meals.<br/>Burnsall is a beautiful village, especially in the summer, and the house is in the heart of the village.

Mark b.


Great house in a great location



Great house for a family stay. Big bedrooms and plenty of everything. Conservatory is a great space for eating and chatting - faces south so caught the few rays of sunshine we saw! Wonderful views from the back of the house. Check in was easy and good communication from the Hosts. Thank you - wonderful place to catch up with family after so long.



The house was perfect . Location, cleanliness, facilities. Problem with TV that was not able to be sorted but all of the staff that we spoke to were really helpful.<br/>The TV did not work. We were planning on Eurovision 'party' that we were not able to have as the TV did not work. We had a whole night planned & this was then not able to take place.



Beautiful house. Amazing place to be and comfy beds. Would strongly recommend for a group, but bring your own firewood!



All the quirky decor. It was a mixture of traditional but modern and very comfortable. Fabulous location. <br/>The booking agents (Host and Stay) were lovely in trying to iron our any difficulties.<br/>TV didn’t work but we weren’t too bothered. <br/>Aga was challenging if you had never used one before and as it was a hot weekend it was boiling in the kitchen. It was also boiling in the conservative and we daren’t open the conservatory doors as we could see killer midges outside. ? <br/>We still weren’t too bothered. We just sat in the living room and opened to door until it had cooled down.



Beautiful house in a wonderful location, easy check and check out.



The old post office was excellent. The location in the centre of the village is lovely, the setting is very convenient. The rear courtyard was a nice and comfortable place to relax. The rooms were very spacious and maintained numerous period features. the rear conservatory was spacious, light and airy. The kitchen was gorgeous!The village is super quiet and great for relaxing, with a lovely early chorus of birds, sheep and wildlife to wake you gently!<br/>Parking was a squeeze and very dependent on who was around. In our case, it was fine for our stay but others may be less fortunate. There are several areas of wiring which have not yet been completed. More just an eyesore than dangerous. The coffee maker looked superb, but there were no available instructions. The aga looked absolutely gorgeous, but being permanently on me at that the kitchen was always incredibly warm bordering on hot. Ok during our visit over a cold weekend, but I suspect a problem in the summer months.



We had a wonderful stay amidst some beautiful scenery.



The location is absolutely fantastic, right in the middle of Burnsall. The house has everything you need and plenty of space. So much to do within a 15-20 minute drive.



The photos don't do this house justice! A pleasant surprise to come to a huge house, cosy, it has 3 sitting areas, 4 good sized double rooms. Very clean and it's furnished with the best. Bed and duvet are very comfortable! We loved the log fire and the family played board games in the reading room. TV didn't work but staying over Christmas it didn't matter for us as we bonded, played games, read books. WiFi was fine. Also note the cooker/oven is oil fired Aga, which stays on all the time, we hadn't used before so quite an experience to use one. A cosy village with a lot of sites nearby. Great walk just outside the house. Go visit Malham Cove, Bolton Abbey and Fountains Abbey (must!). We made amazing memories. 100% recommend and would stay again. Recommended to other family who are looking to stay.



Great location for walking straight from the door and you won’t be disappointed with the scenery. The kitchen living space is homely and we loved the aga. Found the living spaces a little musky but bedrooms were tidy and beds extremely comfortable.



Gorgeous house, we stayed for 3 nights which was absolutely perfect. Lovley little village close to Skipton, Lots of nice walks around. The house was a little dusty/dirty in places but overall we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Included everything you need for a family trip away. Would definitely recommend and return in the future. Thankyou



Spacious accommodation, lovely wood burner and living space, large bedrooms and lovely furniture. Beautiful location. Parking minimal and difficult if returning from a day out to find a park but space for one vehicle outside if required if no other parking in the village. Clean cottage and very warm and welcoming.



Very spacious and warm house. Fantastic location for walking and access to lots of great places to visit. There is no dishwasher which would be a pain for a large group.



Fantastic location in a beautiful little village, with great walking from the door. Unfortunately the property was not as clean as it should have been, which was a shame. Everything else was good and we had a really lovely weekend here.



The location of The Old Post Office was perfect for our break. Beautiful walks right on the doorstep without having to go out in the car. We had a brilliant time. Thanks for a lovely stay and great communication throughout.



Lovely house, fantastic location.



Beautiful property; we had a great time! Communicative and efficient host.

Home Truths

On site parking isn't available but free on street parking is available in the village of Burnsall. Spaces are on a first come first served basis and a permit is not required.

The Old Post Office can be difficult to find from the address of the property. We will send over a Google Pin of the exact location prior to arrival - we recommend referring to this to help you find the property.

The property spans over three floors so you will need to climb stairs during your stay.

The top floor en suite bedroom has sloped ceilings so we ask guests to mind their head as they navigate around the room.


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