This fabulous reverse-level stone-built cottage makes a wonderful holiday home for a family or a couple exploring the northern reaches of the Yorkshire Dales. With the Lake District and the North Pennines both nearby, this fantastic property is perfectly situated for keen walkers, climbers, cyclists, anglers and nature lovers. Offering ample luxurious accommodation for up to four guests, this light and spacious barn conversion has been beautifully updated and features a cosy housed hot tub and stunning views from several large picture windows.
The main living area occupies the first floor of the property, where you will find the elegantly designed open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Featuring wonderful, vaulted ceilings, original exposed wooden beams, large picture windows, a peaceful lounge, attractive dining area and a wide range of kitchen equipment, this fresh, colourful room is perfect for relaxing in at the end of a great day. Returning to the ground floor, there’s a spacious hallway and two cosy bedrooms, each with underfloor heating and stylish en-suite shower rooms. Outside, the patio area is perfect for some al fresco dining, or you can unwind in the pretty housed hot tub and enjoy the views over the valley.
Situated in a stunning part of the Lune Valley, the property overlooks the Howgills and is close to the River Lune. A fabulous base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales, there are plenty of local activities including walking, hiking, pony trekking and fishing. The traditional market town of Kirkby Stephen (10.5 miles) has a number of great pubs, restaurants and shops, or you could head to the historic town of Kendal (15 miles) on the outskirts of the Lake District. Nearby landmarks include England’s highest waterfall at Cautley Spout (17 miles), the remains of Pendragon Castle (12 miles) and the Great Asby Scar National Nature Reserve (3 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.