A beautiful Bed & Breakfast set in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
In line with current government guidelines we are temporarily closed until 1st July 2020. We are now taking bookings for stays from 1st July and offering free cancellation up to 72 hours before your stay (along with our usual £5/night discount) for all bookings made directly through this website. This offer runs for the rest of 2020.
Please note that should you prefer to book through one of the online booking portals you will be subject to their standard cancellation policies
We will endeavor to follow social distancing and government guidelines whilst welcoming you to our family run bed & breakfast, with the exception of our black Labrador Molly who still wants to come and say hello to everyone
East Wayside is a beautiful Bed & Breakfast situated in the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, bordering the Yorkshire Dales National Park. With comfortable, well appointed rooms, showcasing the beautiful far reaching views across heather moorland, we look forward to welcoming you to our recently converted family home.
We are ideally located for walking, cycling, motor biking and scenic drives plus many other outdoor activities.
We have 2 guest rooms available: a superking/twin room & double room.
There's so much you can do around Nidderdale, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Find out our exact location as well as get your directions to East Wayside.
We pride ourselves on using fresh local produce (including our own free range eggs) for an indulgent breakfast whilst enjoying the views and plan your day either with one of the stunning walks straight from our door or a visit further afield.
With generous off road parking, we also offer a secure garage for cycles and motorbikes, plus drying facilities should they be needed. We can arrange takeaways for your evening meal which can be eaten in our cosy dining room.
We are ideally located for the Nidderdale Way long distance foot path and close to the midway point of the Way of the Roses cycle route.