Burtersett Cottage is an idyllic two-bedroom stone cottage set in a peaceful Wensleydale hamlet. With stunning views of the Yorkshire Dales all around it makes for the perfect country hideaway.
The interior of Burtersett cottage has a warm and welcoming feel. The cosy lounge features an open fire, a gorgeous view of the countryside beyond and original stone flooring. This stone flooring is carried through to the back of the cottage where a wood burning stove provides comfort and warmth to a charming farmhouse style kitchen. Upstairs you'll find a lovely master bedroom with original fireplace and those amazing views again. There is also a single room with trunk bed (comfortably sleeping two) and the family bathroom.
Outside the grounds of Burtersett Cottage include a small courtyard to the rear [shared with the cottage next door] and to the front of the property exquisite open countryside.
The cottage has a fantastic location. Nestling high up on a hillside in Upper Wensleydale the views here are simply stunning. Wensleydale also borders the wild and magnificent dales to the North of Swaledale and Arkengarthdale. A great choice for a day trip if you want to get away from it all.
It's something of a walker's paradise with several pleasant walks right from your doorstep. Try the 1 mile stroll to Hawes across an historic stone-flagged path through the meadows or the slightly longer trek over the hills to Lake Semerwater, Yorkshire's largest natural lake.
There are lots of pretty villages and stunning natural sights all within close range of Burtersett Cottage. Asygarth Falls and Bolton Castle are a few miles away, the thriving market town of Hawes (home of the now famous Wensleydale cheese) is just a few minutes by car and the gorgeous villages of West Burton and Askrigg are also just a few miles from here so lots of choice for things to do if you want to get out and about.