All our rooms are ensuite, recently refurbished and have stunning views of the Dales
All our meals are lovingly homemade and served with fresh vegetables or salad
We have a fully licensed bar so you can enjoy a glass of wine, cider or local Black Sheep beer
All guest bedrooms are en-suite with outstanding dales views (rooms with either baths or showers available)
Free super fast WiFi
Large boot room with boot drying facilities
Large car park with free long term parking (ideal for the Herriot Way)
Guests’ south facing beer garden overlooking the dales
All our meals are lovingly homemade and served with fresh vegetables or salad. We are able to cater for all tastes and dietary requirements including gluten free and vegan – please inform us in advance so that we can best meet your needs. Our homegrown rhubarb is used to make our delicious crumbles.
Seating is available in the south facing garden to relax with a drink whilst admiring the beautiful fields of heather, meadows, Swaledale sheep, stone walls and barns before you eat.
Herriot Way free car parking if you stay with us at the start and finish of your walk!
We are Jacqui & Chris and we purchased Butt House in May 2014 after working in logistics & manufacturing for many years. Chris loves cooking and creating his own recipes, whilst Jacqui loves hosting and ensuring that our guests feel at home and looked after.
We were both born in the Market town of Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, where we met in 1984 and married in 1990. We love walking in Swaledale with our Cavalier King Charles spaniel.
Owning Butt House is like a dream come true for both of us!
Keld is a small village in idyllic Upper Swaledale located at the crossing point of the Coast to Coast, Pennine Way, Herriot Way, Pennine Journey & Swale Way long distance walks.
Keld is half way on the 24 mile Swale Trail circular mountain cycle path.
Keld also has a tearoom, community orchard and heritage centre.
There are six spectacular waterfalls just five minutes walk from our guest house, with seating to enjoy picnics or just take in the views.
There are also numerous walks, including a hike to Tan Hill, the highest pub in Great Britain (4 miles) or to Ravenseat, home of the Yorkshire Shepherdess (2 miles)
Our particular favourite is the circular walk along the River Swale to Muker. We enjoy a pint and pub lunch in the Farmers Arms before walking back