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Our telephone number is +44 (0)1909 562208. This will connect you directly to our mobile telephones but you will be charged at the normal rate for calls to UK landlines. If we are unable to answer your call immediately please leave a message on our voicemail and we will call you back as soon as we can.

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The Tour De France is coming to Yorkshire…

The Tour De France is coming to Yorkshire…

The Tour De France is coming to Yorkshire


The Tour De France is coming to Yorkshire…

After a very busy summer we’re all now making our plans for when the Tour De France comes to Yorkshire in July 2014.

Ann and I are currently working with partner organisations on some exciting educational opportunities for young people in the region. We’ll add updates on here as these projects develop.

We’re naturally both delighted that Yorkshire has landed this opportunity to showcase what the region has to offer and to be part of something which should bring lasting benefit to local people for years to come.


[Photos courtesy of Welcome To Yorkshire]

Throapham House roof restoration progressing nicely

Throapham House roof restoration progressing nicely

The scaffolding finally went up at Throapham House two weeks ago and a welcome period of fine weather has allowed work to progress swiftly. We expect most of the external work to be complete by the end of September and it’s nice now to see things taking shape. The original second floor servant’s quarters will make some attractive additional rooms and with modern day insulation and roof lights will be a lot warmer and brighter than when the house was originally built.
Guests to Throapham House during this period will find turning space a little restricted in our car park so we will help to guide you out, but otherwise there is less disruption than we expected.

The photo shows the roof slates removed above our guest lounge. There will shortly be a new roof window in here which will give some fine views across Dinnington.

Throapham House Roof Restoration – Delayed

Unfortunately the bad weather over the summer has delayed our plans to restore our roof during August and it now looks at though this will begin during the first week of September. We expect the work to take about 4 – 6 weeks.

As mentioned earlier, we expect little inconvenience to guests although there may be some restrictions on car parking near the house due to the presence of scaffolding.

Heartfelt thanks to all our guests

Robert and I made the decision to close the bed and breakfast for new bookings in June and and early July as it became apparent that my Dad’s cancer had progressed and we were told he had not long to live. I am grateful for the time my sister and I spent with my Dad nursing him at home during his final weeks. He passed away peacefully on 28 June at home with his family around him.

I’d like to say a big thank you to all our guests who have stayed with us recently, particularly during June and July for your patience and kindness in what has been a traumatic time for me and also for the guests I didn’t get to meet.

Many thanks also to family and friends for their kind thoughts and messages.

Throapham House Roof Restoration

We’re planning to do some essential restoration work on the older sections of the roof and chimneys during August 2012. This means that scaffolding will be erected around the main part of the house during this period and that roofers will be working during most of the day.

We understand this might affect your stay as follows…

  • Access to front door via front gate only – the side gate leading from the car park may be closed;
  • Some parking restrictions due to the presence of scaffolding;

Note that the Dewhurst bedroom should be mostly unaffected by this work.

We would like to apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you.