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Reviews of Fairhaven Country GH, Goathland

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Review by Martin F Brown on 22nd February, 2008

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My Wife and I have just spent a fantastic 3 nights in the Fairhaven. The owners are so homely and very friendly. A very good room with an excellent view. Martin Brown

Date visited: 18/02/08 to 21/02/08

Review by D. Felton on 1st May, 2006

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We spent one night at the Fairhaven Hotel and wished we could have stayed longer. Excellent hotel located in a brilliant location overlooking the North Yorkshire Moors and just a couple of minutes walk from the centre of the village of Goathland (aka Aidensfield). We received a personal warm welcome by the owners on arrival. Spotlessly clean throughout the hotel with large spacious and bright bedroom and a lovely comfortable bed. Tea and coffee facilities, hair dryer and TV provided and a large bathroom with superb shower. Fantastic evening meal and full English breakfast and could not have wished for better. Thoroughly enjoyable visit and would recommend to anyone.

Date visited: 22/04/2006

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