A former coach house, this gorgeous property has embraced its new lease of life with style and flair. Boasting flawless design, it is the perfect romantic retreat.
Intimate, stylish and perfectly proportioned, this one-bedroom bolthole nestles in the heart of one of Wensleydale's prettiest villages and looks directly out towards Middleham Castle. Some lovely cafes and restaurants are within half a mile as is Yorkshire's glorious open countryside. It's the perfect choice for honeymoons and those who want to whisk their loved one away.
This gorgeous coach house has been crafted into one of Yorkshire's most eclectic and romantic holiday cottages. Open the charming stable door to find an elegant open-plan living space with a bespoke kitchen and handsome sitting room. Classic style and contemporary comforts combine to create a calm and peaceful room. You'll love feeling the heated flagstone floors underfoot before sinking into the comfy sofa for a read. And in the evenings fire up the wood burner and catch up with a favourite programme on the LCD TV.
The quirky layout of the kitchen makes great use of the space. It's really well equipped with everything any keen cook could want and there are plenty of mod cons including a dishwasher, microwave and washer/dryer. We're rather fond of the Jamie Oliver glassware too.
Make your way upstairs to the stunning master bedroom. Like something from a boutique hotel, this breathtaking room features a beautiful king-size bed and dramatic monsoon shower set behind a glass wall. It's glamorous and romantic, while the soft tones give it a sophisticated vibe. The bed is dressed in the finest bed linen and features a top-quality HYPNOS mattress. The en-suite includes a WC, and there are complimentary toiletries and bathrobes to enjoy.
Outside there is a private and sheltered patio with a great view of the castle walls. It's a lovely spot for your morning coffee; sit and imagine what was going on in the castle opposite you many hundreds of years ago. And later on, you can wrap up, pop open a bottle of wine and cosy down in front of the chimenea.