Places to stay
After a walk, a family day out or a day’s exploring, you can head back to your very own home-from-home here on the beautiful Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal estate.
We have 11 places to choose from including an Elizabethan manor house, Yorkshire stone cottages and stylishly-converted 17th century barns.
Cottages sleep between two and ten people, for larger groups of friends and family there are five cottages which can be booked together at How Hill.
Pick up a brochure in our shop or follow the links below to read more and book online.
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A magnificent Burges-designed property with traditional charm and home comforts. Perfect for large parties, the grand master bedroom has a view that's hard to beat.
Choristers' House – 5 bed/sleeps 10
Proctor and Vyner are our two stylish apartments inside the elegant Elizabethan-style Fountains Hall.
Beautifully furnished designer-inspired interiors and wonderful views across the Skell valley and countryside beyond make for a really special stay.
West Gate Cottages
These quaint Yorkshire stone cottages are just a short walk from Fountains Abbey ruins, and boast oak beams, logburners and bags of character as well as one of the prettiest locations in the region.
How Hill Cottages
With cosy woodburners for winter, and windows looking out over some of the best views in Yorkshire, these cleverly-converted barn cottages have excellent facilities, green technology and bright homely interiors.
Whitefields is a converted stone-built estate cottage on the edge of the deer park, offering bunkhouse style self-catering accommodation with three separate dormitories, a communal dining room, kitchen and lounge.