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Faweather Grange Lodges
Ilkley
West Yorkshire

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Faweather Grange Lodges are part of our Autograph Lodge Holiday collection and located amidst the stunning scenery and tranquil surroundings of Ilkley Moor. Nestled in a 70 acre private estate, this small collection of just 11 lodges offers visitors an exclusive escape away from the pressures of modern day living and is ideally positioned for exploring the many picture postcard villages and market towns this wonderful region has to offer.

Each lodge has been carefully furnished to exacting luxury standards and all have generous private external decking areas with sunken American outdoor hot tubs. Do as little or as much as you like, you choose the pace of your break. Sit back, relax and savour the breathtaking countryside views, take advantage of in-lodge therapy treatments or indulge yourself with one of the tailor made pamper packages, including a unique Bentley Chauffeur service.

If you're seeking a little more adventure, great cycling and walking trails can be found on your doorstep as well as three superb golf courses, a host of top quality gourmet restaurants and local pubs which are all within easy reach. An ideal location for romantic breaks and those families looking for something extra special, it's easy to see why so many people return to Faweather Grange Lodges year after year.

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