Welcome to Frenchgate Guest House
Frenchgate Guest House is an inspiring homely guest house with all the comforts of a home and hotel.
Frenchgate Guest House has real character and ambience with the best views in Richmond. Rated by both AA and Visit Britain at 4 star plus.
A short walk down Frenchgate leads to the historic and beautiful heart of Richmond and the Georgian cobbled market Place. Here is a variety of small independent shops, cafes, bistros, restaurants and pubs catering for all tastes and wallets!
Richmond undoubtedly lives up to its reputation of a “hidden gem”. Founded in 1071 by the Normans, the town grew up around the impressive castle, which dominates the skyline. Frenchgate Guest House is built on the foundations of a house originally built in 1071 by French Stonemasons
Richmond is rich in historical interest and deserves exploring thoroughly on foot. The late 17th and 18th century was a times of great prosperity and Frenchgate in particular reflects this era with many remaining Georgian buildings and is much photographed.
From Frenchgate guest house it is a most pleasant walk to numerous nearby places of interest with Riverside walks along the banks of the River Swale leading to Easby Abbey, The Station, Richmond Swimming Pool, the waterfalls or into the Market Place with its Castle, the Town Hall, the Georgian theatre, local Swaledale museum and Green Howards Museum.
Set amidst beautiful countryside, Richmond is the gateway to the stunning Yorkshire Dales and being on the famous Coast to Coast walk Frenchgate Guest house offers a truly welcome break for weary walkers and cyclists, along with those looking for a tranquil break or business professionals away from home. Free Wi-Fi is available and the conservatory offers a place to relax, work or plan your excursions.
Call or text: 07889768696
What we offer
Great views, light and bright accommodation, overlooking spectacular scenery with ancient hand adged oak features, with free Wi-Fi and delicious breakfast
Frenchgate Guest House is recommended by the 'Lonely Planet Guide' and the 'Rough Guide'