This 18th-century house in the center of Richmond has been beautifully restored, with a particularly elegant Regency dining room and sitting room. The spacious bedrooms are decorated in soothing neutral colors, with well-chosen art and antiques, and stocked with books and free malt whiskey. All have views of the town or the extraordinary gardens, which have won Royal Horticultural Society awards. The big clawfoot tubs in the bathrooms—some of which have their own fireplaces—invite a relaxing soak after a hike on the Dales. Breakfasts here win raves for their variety and freshness. In addition to the three rooms, there are two self-catering alternatives: a five-bedroom coach house and a garden apartment that sleeps two.