This stylish holiday cottage is the perfect base to immerse yourself in the Yorkshire Dales and is an ideal retreat for enjoying a break away with family or friends with classy touches throughout.
Nestled amongst the rolling hills of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North Yorkshire, this stunning, stone cottage offers families the opportunity to immerse themselves in the rural tranquillity. Just 3 miles away from the nearest village of Kirkby Malzeard (and its pub), only birdsong and the wind whispering through the trees will interrupt your peace and quiet, whilst you enjoy a morning coffee or evening tipple on the patio. If you love the great outdoors, this cottage is ideal for you as it has a wealth of walking and cycling trails on your doorstep. The cottage is spacious, yet cosy, with the occasional original feature adding character.
Stepping inside the property, you will conveniently find yourself in the utility room which is the perfect place for muddy boots and wet coats. You also have access to a drying room so that you can ensure your coat is warm and ready for the next day’s adventure. Moving through into the large, open-plan kitchen/diner, you can prepare yourselves a scrumptious meal whilst enjoying the company of other guests who may be sat on the charming pew or around the dining table. The kitchen is well-equipped and has a contemporary, cottage-style feel about it, with its warm wooden worktop and furniture.
Completing the ground floor is a bright and airy twin bedroom with floor-to-ceiling double doors allowing plenty of light to flood in, but blinds provide privacy when needed. There is also the contemporary, family bathroom with a shower over the bath.
Heading up the sturdy, oak staircase, you will find the king-size master bedroom with its gorgeous, exposed beams and vaulted ceilings adding height and space. Also on this floor is the lounge with its Smart TV and selection of board games to keep you busy on a cold winter’s evening.
Outside, the cottage is surrounded by open spaces and has ample parking for up to two cars. There is also a delightful patio area with dining furniture so that you can enjoy a spot of al fresco dining and continue to soak up the views of the Yorkshire countryside.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.