On the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, seven miles from Skipton, is this substantial detached house, formerly a station, operational until 1959. With good sized gardens and far-reaching views, it featured in the 1951 film Another Man’s Poison, starring Bette Davis. Once used as a B&B, it has been well updated. Downstairs are two large reception rooms, a kitchen/diner, a study, a conservatory and a fourth bedroom used as a snug. Upstairs are three en suite bedrooms.