Artist Accommodation 

Turn your artist's retreat into an artistic break

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Access to a comfortable and inspiring environment is crucial if you are to fully immerse yourself and thrive while on an artistic retreat.

The artist accommodation available at Well House offers a haven for creativity and relaxation, ensuring you have everything you need to focus on yourself and your artistic medium. They offer not only convenience, but the possibility of uninterrupted creativity as you retire after a long day of artistic pursuits with the surrounding Nidderdale AONB serving as your muse.

The view from well house haven

 

 

 

 

Rooms available for your stay at Well House Haven

 Well House  is devoted to visitor accommodation and has 4 double ensuite bedrooms as well as a guest sitting room.

There is also a Shepherds Hut in development please see below :

A chair in The Eardley room

The Eardley 

2 large single beds that can be joined together as an emperor with an ensuite shower/WC. Evokes spring with warm yellows and greens

A painting in the Giverny room

The Giverny 

Four poster king-sized bed with an ensuite bath and shower. Furnished in atmospheric greens, blues and purples, evoking Claude Monet's famous garden paintings.

Wooden mirror in the Scandi bedroom

The Scandi 

Front small double bedroom. Double bed with an ensuite toilet/shower. Decorated for a very Scandinavian atmosphere with birch tree wallpaper and woody feel.

 
Wallpaper in the Oriental room

The Oriental 

King or twin beds with an ensuite shower/WC. Decorated in a classic oriental style in maroon, blue and jade green.

Shepherds hut accommodation

The Shepherds Hut 

A double shepherds hut with a separate  shower/WC.  Currently under construction

Wellhouse Exterior

Well House 

Self catering with exclusive use of the whole Barn Studio - suitable for larger groups for up to 8 people, minimum of 1 week. 4 x en-suite rooms two of which can be twin rooms.

 

 

These rooms are also open to non-artists, in the event you have a non-artist partner who would enjoy exploring the Yorkshire countryside.

We have a wealth of ornithology around with local barn owls, red kites and buzzards as well as visiting curlews and oystercatchers seen most days during the summere

 

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The courtyard in Well house haven art venue

 

 

What facilities are available?

You may be staying out in the countryside in a farmhouse, but that doesn't mean your stay at the Well House Haven Art Venue will be uncomfortable!

The farmhouse also boasts an open sitting room for unwinding after hours of walking and creativity and a large garden with restful views.

You will enjoy a self-serve continental breakfast each morning with home-produced eggs from our own hens and ducks. An outdoor barbeque area is available for your own use and a fridge for the use of residents. There are also a number of pubs and cafes within walking distance if you are in the mood for something hearty.

There is plenty of car parking available outside the barn.

 

 

 

 

 

Take a break from the world, recharge and create

Book your slot for an upcoming artist's retreat or art course in Yorkshire.

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What is there to do in Nidderdale?

You might be right in your creative element embarking on art courses in Yorkshire in the day, but that leaves your evenings free. Luckily there is plenty for you and your prospective partner to see and sample in nearby Nidderdale. This includes:

Middlesmoor

(A short walk away)

A charming cobbled village atop a hill with commanding views over the surrounding countryside. The Crown Hotel here offers food and accommodation as well as a campsite.

How Stean Gorge

(A short walk away)

A picturesque limestone ravine offering cave walks, rock climbing and further accommodation and camping.

Nidderdale Way views

Nidderdale Way

(a short walk away)

A long-distance trail. You would struggle to do the whole thing, being 53 miles long, but you could certainly stroll down a small segment and enjoy the scenery.

 

Pateley Bridge

(20-minute drive)

A historic market town known for its idyllic high street and home to the oldest sweet shop in England.

Creative Retreats in North Yorkshire

Masham

(30-minute drive)

Brewery tours and a lovely market on Saturdays and Wednesday mornings.  Pictured is the annual sheep fair with ferret roulette!

Harrogate Valley Gardens

Harrogate

(1 hour drive)

Offers plenty of attractions and activities, from exploring the striking Valley Gardens to the famous Betty's Tea Room to touring Ripley Castle and, of course, plenty of pubs.