A wonderful country hideaway, this adorable property offers the chance to completely unwind and relax. Boasting gorgeous interiors and lots of activities and attractions nearby, a dream retreat awaits.
This quaint holiday cottage is a bijou one-bedroom hideaway within walking distance of the World Heritage Site, Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal. With its sleepy hamlet location and gorgeous views of the surrounding countryside, it's perfect for couples and solo travellers aching to un-plug and relax. Set in an old converted farm building, the property is a cosy and very comfortable holiday home with a fantastic location. Inside you'll find a well-proportioned open plan living space housing the lounge, dining area and kitchen. Everything within easy reach and absolutely perfect for anyone with reduced mobility. The decor is made up of neutral soft tones, where everything has been carefully chosen to maximise the sense of tranquillity in the cottage. Soft grey walls, hand-painted furniture and a comfy sofa combine to create a space you'll want to retreat back to after a busy day's sight-seeing. There's a TV/DVD Player in here and Wi-Fi is provided if you need to catch up online.
The cool kitchen comes equipped with a gas hob, oven/grill, dishwasher and everything else you will need to rustle up something yummy. And you'll arrive to some home-made cake to get you started! Chunky wooden work-tops and cream units are joined by a Smart slate floor underneath. The dining table sits by the window affording lovely uninterrupted views of the Yorkshire countryside. With little traffic passing by, throw open the window to hear the clip-clop of horses trotting up the road or the call of curlews sweeping by. This romantic Yorkshire Cottage has an enticing king-size bed with back-lit mood lighting giving the room a cosy feel. This room also enjoys those lovely open views to the front. The house bathroom features a walk-in shower and WC.
Outside there's a private sheltered garden complete with a picnic bench, perfect for those lazy summer lunches over a bottle of wine, or two. There's plenty of off-road parking too.