Richmond , Yorkshire
Three equally gorgeous barn conversions sharing one breathtaking Yorkshire Dales location. Choose one, or go for all three
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 2 nights low season & 3 nights high season
In the Yorkshire village of Ravensworth, between the market towns of Richmond and Barnard Castle, lie the three very special Greenbank Barns. The 4-bedroom Shorthorn and 5-bedroom Dexter have been restored and renovated to an incredibly high standard, as has the 5-bedroom farmhouse, a gorgeous converted barn perfect for big groups. Guests can rent them separately or together for what will be an unforgettable break just a short drive from the Yorkshire Dales.
Irresistibly gorgeous both inside and out, Greenbank Barns have been getting rave reviews – and it’s easy to see why. Set in acres of Yorkshire countryside, up to 8 of you can enjoy Shorthorn, with its south-facing views across the Holmedale Valley. Light pours in through the windows of its open-plan living space, incorporating a spacious chill-out room and cosy snug with log-burning stove. There’s a football table, widescreen TV and Wi-Fi to keep all members of your party entertained, and patio doors lead straight out to the gardens where there’s plenty more room to relax.
The delightful kitchen is very well-equipped, with top-notch appliances including an American-style fridge freezer. As well as a stylish indoor dining space, there’s an informal breakfast bar, plus a barbecue outside.
A French chateau inspired master bedroom is one of 4 enticing bedrooms, 3 of which have their own beautifully appointed en suite. All beds except the master’s king-size can be converted to twins, offering plenty of flexibility. A spacious house bathroom can be enjoyed by all, as can luxurious touches like underfloor heating.
Right next door, Dexter shares the design aesthetic of its neighbour and incorporates an extra bedroom to allow for groups of up to 10. Three of the 5 have en suite facilities, including 2 on the ground floor which both have a luxurious bath with overhead shower. The master bedroom upstairs takes in views of the Dales in two directions, while the remaining 2 bedrooms – both convertible to twins – face north and enjoy use of another decadent family bathroom.
Ideal for big get-togethers, you can comfortably fit 18 around the dining table beneath Dexter’s wooden beams. In addition to the living and dining areas, snug and farmhouse kitchen, Dexter packs in a cloakroom and utility room to keep those muddy post-walk boots and coats safely out the way.
The latest addition to Greenbank Barns is The Farmhouse. This charming converted barn has five luxurious bedrooms as well as a gorgeous living area, complete with a log burning fireplace, and big comfy sofas. The Farmhouse also has super-comfortable bedrooms, one of which has a delightful, stylish en suite with its own grand free-standing bath tub. Sleeping up to 10 guests, The Farmhouse is great for big groups looking to escape to the country.
All three barns enjoy some breathtaking outdoor space, including a patio, ample parking and a log-fired hot tub, and the location itself takes some beating. With the Pennines as well as the Dales and North York Moors within easy striking distance, you can’t help but feel at one with nature. The pretty town of Richmond, just 5 miles away, is historic and enchanting, while Barnard Castle – less than 10 miles north – provides the equally picturesque gateway to neighbouring County Durham. You can even reach the Lake District within the hour.
With credentials like that, visitors are flocking to these beautiful holiday barns to discover the best of north east England. Maybe it’s time you has the Greenbank Barns experience too.
Rates for Shorthorn (4 beds) from £925 for a short break and £1500 for a week.
Rates for Dexter and The Farmhouse (5 beds) from £1100 for a short break and £1695 for a week.
Get in touch for availability for each property.
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