Enjoying a rural location surrounded by picturesque farmland, this beautiful barn conversation provides the perfect getaway for families and couples to relax in style an explore this magnificent area.
Head to this holiday home on the fringes of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and discover the beauty of North Yorkshire for yourselves. Sleeping seven guests, and also welcoming up to three of their canine companions, this former barn enjoys sweeping vistas out across its scenic surroundings. Located near Kettlesing Bottom, some 6 miles from Harrogate, the appealing, stone property has four bedrooms and benefits from an attractive, lawned garden.
Find a whole host of magnificent beauty spots and historical sites of interest to visit in the area. Head out on foot to Fewston Reservoir, 3 miles away, for example. Set in the Washburn Valley, this natural reservoir has a number of footpaths and beautiful bluebell woods you can explore. Also venture out to the National Trust’s Brimham Rocks, 7 miles by car or less than 5 miles on foot. These dramatic rock formations and their surrounding heather moorlands are Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
Make your way into the barn and find yourselves in an airy, open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, with two sets of glass doors onto the outside space. Spread out in here to cook, relax and play holiday games together. Take turns preparing delicious meals with the tasty, local Yorkshire produce you have bought on your trips out. Serve up at the colourful table to enjoy your food together. Find a film to watch on the Smart TV then unwind on the sofas at the end of each fun-filled day.
On through the hall is a handy utility room, where you can leave your outdoor clothing and whiz damp and muddy clothes through the machines; you’ll find a WC here too. A king-size bedroom, with an en-suite shower room and electric bed, is also at this level. Climb the stairs to discover another king-size bedroom, plus a super-king-size and a single, and the family bathroom, with free-standing bath and shower. Wake up in the morning to take in the glorious Nidderdale scenery and perhaps even go for a stroll before breakfast.
Make the most of the good-sized garden, which is enclosed, on warm days. Watch the pups and children chase about on the lawn and fire up the BBQ on pleasant evenings to cook dinner in the fresh air. Pour yourself a gin and tonic and simply gaze out at the views while you are waiting for your supper. You can store your bikes safely at the house and there is off-road parking for four cars.