Oaks Lane, Boston Spa
West Yorkshire, LS23 6DS

Telephone: 01937 845592
Mobile: 07941 353202
info@fourgables.co.uk

Welcome to Four Gables
Arts & Crafts Grade 2 listed accommodation
Lawn to the front of the property
Lovingly maintained lounge for guests' use
Spacious communal dining area
Double Bedroom with en suite
Twin/Family Bedroom with en suite
Breakfast in style
Full of character with many period details
Japanese garden to the rear of the property
Stunning award-winning gardens
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Welcome

David and Anne Watts welcome you to Four Gables in Boston Spa, a charming Arts & Crafts house (Grade 2 Listed) currently rated 5 star by TripAdvisor visitors. Just one mile from the A1 and 3 miles from Wetherby.

 

Four Gables is a 5-star B&B offering first-class service - including a choice of cooked breakfasts and free Wifi - in a unique 1900 Arts & Crafts era Grade 2 Listed home. The house is lovingly maintained and full of character, with oak and terracotta floors, fireplaces, gorgeous moulded ceilings, and many period details. The beautiful gardens, extending over half an acre, have received a number of awards.  You will also find the garden in the NGS (National Garden Scheme) "Yellow Book" - the garden will be open on 27 April 2014.

Four Gables is conveniently located in Boston Spa (click for directions), just one mile off the A1 near Wetherby, in a peaceful setting down a private lane yet only 5 minutes' walk from the bustling Georgian village with its restaurants, shops and riverside walks. Breakfast at Four Gables is a treat. A generous continental breakfast includes fruit from David's garden (in season) and Anne's homemade compote, jams, marmalade, and tea breads. Cooked breakfasts can be traditional English (using locally sourced ingredients), or interesting daily specials. Vegetarian options available, as well as a 'breakfast to go' for very early risers.

An attractive and spacious lounge is available for guests' use. Its location makes Four Gables the ideal place to stay for visits to York, Leeds, Harrogate, Bramham Park, Harewood House, the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors.