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The Rectory Studios comprise of four luxurious self catering apartments, which are nestled in the grounds of the original 12th century Rectory. Located in the heart of Linton-in-Craven, the The Rectory Studios offer great accommodation for your Yorkshire Dales Experience.

All the Studios are private and are equipped to a high specification. Each Studio has a kitchette comprising of dual ring hob, convection microwave and fridge.

The kitchenettes are fully equipped with crockery, pans and utensils. We provide the basics – tea, coffee, water, milk and cake.

Each Studio has a kingsize bed and luxurious ensuite shower room.

All Linen and towels are provided along with soap, shampoo and hairdryer.

Studios 1 and 4 have their own private entrances.

A shared entrance leads to Studios 2 and 3. There is the option for Studios 2 and 3 to be adjoining if required. This offers fantastic family accommodation and great for friends to get together.

Access for all the Studios are by a key lock box, which enables you to arrive and depart at a time that’s convenient for you.

The Rectory has it’s own private car park covered by cctv.

There is a seating terrace at the front of The Rectory and also a private seating area which overlooks the village green, the historic Almshouses and The Fountaine Inn pub. Linton Beck runs through the centre of the village and then on in to the impressive River Wharfe which is 500 meters away.

The Rectory provides the perfect base for walking, touring and cycling in The Yorkshire Dales. Many touring routes “criss cross” through Linton, such as The Dales Way and The Coast to Coast.

We also have the facility to house you bikes safely and any other equipment that you may have such as hiking, walking and fishing gear.

Unfortunately we don’t allow pets or smoking at The Rectory.


Your Stay

Linton’s history dates back to the 12th century which is when the first 'Rectory' was built, in our grounds. The Almshouses, built by Lord Fountaine in the 18th century, are the main feature of the village. This is complimented by the historic Packhorse Bridge and clapper bridge, where Linton Beck flows beneath. The Fountain pub sits on the village green, which The Rectory overlooks. The setting is typical Dales village, tranquil and idyllic.