Centrally located in this picture-postcard Swaledale village with award winning pub, shops, craft gallery and tea rooms. Bramble Bottom offers the perfect space for a special celebration, a great base for a walking or cycling holiday or simply a gathering of family or friends.
Set in the picturesque Swaledale village of Muker, this stunning and welcoming holiday cottage provides comfortable and spacious accommodation for ten guests looking to relax in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
A dream for walkers, cyclists and those who simply love to relax in a large holiday property, sit by a window and enjoy the view. Sleeping up to 10 guests comfortably in five bedrooms, this beautiful period building has been completely transformed into one of the finest large holiday homes in the Yorkshire Dales. A real labour of love for the owners who, over the course of two and a half years, have created something very special at this lovely accommodation.
The quirky layout of this cottage is perfect for accommodating larger groups. On the second floor you'll find a fabulous open-plan sitting room, dining area and kitchen. With its generous proportions, cathedral ceilings and wonderful views out across the River Swale it's a wonderfully relaxing space. This floor can be accessed via stairs from the ground level front door, or via the back door which is up the hill to the rear of the property and at the same level as the second floor. There is a cosy wood burner for those evenings sat by the fire with a lovely glass of wine. For your entertainment a TV is provided together with a DVD/CD player. In addition, a sound bar system with Bluetooth connectivity allows music streaming from your own devices. The property enjoys super fast Wi-Fi.
The kitchen is fully stocked with everything you need to rustle up something special, and what better place to sit down and enjoy a meal together than around the grand solid oak dining table? There's also a wine chiller waiting to be filled. We love the little kitchen stools by the island hand-crafted by one of the village locals: they make the perfect spot to settle down with a glass of bubbly and have a chat with the cook. For families there is a full supply of children's crockery and cutlery as well as toys, books and games to keep them happy. The owner can also provide travel cots, high-chairs and lots of other baby/toddler friendly equipment including stair-gates and changing mats.
The bedrooms are set downstairs on either side of the living space in the East and West Wings. Each bedroom has been individually styled with a theme based around Swaledale. On the West Wing we have the Waterfalls Room, a peaceful and calm oasis with its serene shades of blue and cream. On down to the ground floor and you'll discover the fun Tour de France Room with its iconic image of Muker on the big day, as featured in the broadsheets at the time. Both of these rooms boast their own floor, have king-size beds and enjoy en-suites with walk in showers and WCs.
Heading over to the East Wing and what we refer to as the family suite. The first floor on this side houses two bedrooms and the family bathroom. The Meadows Room is themed around Swaledale's world famous wild flower meadows. Next door is the Swaledale sheep bedroom, which your kids (and indeed big kids!) will absolutely adore! Both these rooms can be made up either as super king or twin. Both rooms share the family bathroom which includes a bath (perfect for younger children) and a shower overhead. Further down to the ground floor you’ll find the Heather Room with its accents of purple and green. This room has a king-size bed and an en-suite with a walk-in shower and WC. With a total of five bedrooms and four bathrooms, this property presents multiple accommodation options for large groups. And the beauty of it is you can all enjoy your own space in the house too.
Outside the cottage in Swaledale you will find all the village amenities and the River Swale immediately to the front. To the rear of the house there is a sheltered stone patio with garden furniture. The patio looks out onto the village green where in the summer you can wander out the back door, throw down a picnic blanket and settle down to enjoy the view. There is also a separate garage which can provide lockable storage for bicycles and anything else you don't want to keep in the house.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.