Tanfield House is located in the scenic village of West Tanfield which is easily accessible from the A1, and situated on the edge of both the Yorkshire Dales and the Vale of York. The market towns of Ripon, Masham, Bedale and Thirsk are all within easy reach.
There is lots of local accommodation in the area, as well as great local amenities in the village including two pubs The Bruce Arms and The Bull, two churches and plenty of picturesque settings for photographs.
West Tanfield is situated between Ripon and Masham on the A6108, 7 miles from Ripon and Bedale, 4 miles from Masham. The A1 is a 10 minute drive away.
From the South, leave the A1 at Junction 50, taking A6055 towards Masham. After 3 miles turn left at the roundabout, towards Masham on B6267. After a further 3 miles take the left, signed West Tanfield. At the mini roundabout turn right. After 100 metres the house entrance is on the left , over a cattle grid.
From the North, leave the A1 at Junction 51 for Bedale and Leeming Bar. Continue on the A6055 South for 7.5 miles, turning right onto the B6267 towards Masham. After a further 3 miles take the left, signed West Tanfield. At the mini roundabout turn right. After 100 metres the house entrance is on the left, over a cattle grid.
By Train, Thirsk (10 miles) and Northallerton (15 miles) stations are well served, and connect to larger stations. Local taxi services are available.
There is ample parking in the paddock, adjacent to the house but out of sight.