A grade-II listed building with gorgeous views of Swaledale, one of the Yorkshire Dales National Park's northernmost valleys.
Please note: minimum stay for this property is: 3 nights low season & 7 nights high season
This former mine manager's home offers guests a slice of country living in a truly serene location. A grade II listed building in the middle of the Yorkshire Dales, it sleeps six guests across three bedrooms and is ideal for medium sized families and friend groups. Rustic features include timber beam supported ceilings and stone floors, while its placement offers access to one of the UK's largest national parks. Should you wish to stay put, the fully equipped kitchen will meet all your needs, while the cosy living and wood burner are ideal for a relaxing, lazy evening. Care to say hello to your neighbours? The local sheep are super friendly!
At once comfy and spacious, the living room has a three-seater sofa, a two-seater sofa, an armchair, a coffee table and TV, meaning movie nights are a must. There's also a warming wood burner - providing guests with the perfect spot to curl up after a long day exploring.
The country kitchen comes fully equipped to include an AGA oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, a circular table, and an island workspace, meaning you have all the amenities you need to cook up delicious meals for your group. A separate dining room houses an eight-seater table for a more formal meal setting.
The first floor has three beautifully adorned bedrooms, each with Hypnos mattresses to promise you a wonderful night's sleep. The first two bedrooms feature comfy king size beds - including one ensuite with a walk-in shower, WC, and basin - while the third has two twins. A separate family bathroom showcases a more contemporary aesthetic than the rest of the house, containing a bath, separate shower, WC and basin. This is a delightful spot to enjoy a relaxing soak after a day out exploring the surrounding countryside.
Outside, the walled patio area provides the perfect setting to dine al fresco, or simply take in the views of the undulating Yorkshire countryside.
Swaledale - one of the northernmost of the Yorkshire Dales - offers some truly arresting countryside to wander through. Indeed, there are several well-trodden walking routes to enjoy, including Low Row, the Pennine Way at Tan Hill, and a 10km circular walking route from Aysgarth Falls. For mountain bike enthusiasts, Swale Trail cycle way is also close by. Just a short journey is Bolton Castle, one of the UK's best preserved medieval castles and a must see for history buffs. If you would like to take in some quintessential Yorkshire towns, then Hawes and Richmond are both a short drive away. In either you will find charming pubs, tea rooms, locally owned shops, and museums.
Short breaks available out of high season - Monday to Friday, Friday to Monday.
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