Glendale House was built in 1875 by Edward Fuller Sewell, an uncle of Anna Sewell, the author of the novel "Black Beauty". It is a Victorian stone built residence occupying a prime position in the centre of the picturesque village of Goathland, high on the North Yorkshire Moors. The House overlooks the common, where sheep graze right outside the garden gate, and during the day, the steam trains of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway can be heard as they pull into Goathland station, about a mile away. The large conservatory dining room, opens out on to the garden, and overlooks the fish pond and waterfall, and the house offers outstanding moor land views from every aspect.
The house is more recently famous as Dr Ferrenby's surgery in the Yorkshire TV series, "Heartbeat".
Click for photos of Goathland in Springtime.
Click to see panoramic photographs of Goathland in the summer.
Click to see the purple heather of Goathland in late summer.
Click to see the Goathland in the Autumn.
Click to view a slideshow of Goathland in the winter.
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We are listed in many UK accommodation directories around the world, but we have also been recommended for inclusion in the "Which" Best Bed and Breakfast Guide. We are particularly proud of this, because it is not a paid advertisement, and can only be included after an independent assessment following two recommendations. We are now inspected annually to ensure standards are maintained.
We are sure you will enjoy your stay and want to return again and again, as so many of our guests do.
One of our favourite entries in our guest book reads:.............."We arrived as strangers, but left as friends."
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