Oozing with classic Dales character, this charming 18th century stone-built cottage overlooks the village green and riverside life of Linton, one of the prettiest villages in the Yorkshire National Park.
Restored by the current owners, Sandy Cottage is a delight, with Yorkstone flags, aged timber floors and exposed beams providing distinctive first-class accommodation.
The cottage boasts a cosy sitting room with open fire in a feature stone fireplace, a dining room with French windows leading to a private Yorkstone flagged rear patio, and a fabulous location just yards from one of the best gourmet pubs in the area.
Centrally located in this beautiful part of the National Park, there are lovely walks from the doorstep, while nearby is popular Grassington, with its wide range of shops, pubs and art galleries, annual Grassington festival in the summer and annual Dickensian Festival, which delights visitors with its traditional Christmas market and entertainment.
Something for everyone whatever the time of year!
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin, 1 x single. Bathroom with bateau bath with ball & claw feet, separate power shower cubicle, basin & WC. Ground floor cloakroom with basin & WC. Fitted shaker-style galley kitchen. Dining room & sitting room with open fire.
About the location
Skipton 8 miles; Grassington 3 miles.
Linton is one of the most outstanding villages in the upper Wharfedale community. The ancient Linton Beck flows through the village crossed by packhorse bridges, stepping-stones and fords. The stone houses clustered around the central green date from the 17th and 18th Century, and at the head of this village stands an architectural masterpiece, the Fountaine Hospital, founded in 1721. The village is served by the Fountaine Inn, with a wide reputation for outstanding beers and food, and its welcoming atmosphere. Close to Linton Falls on the River Wharfe, this is a superb walking area, with many paths to other villages, and easy access to the limestone fells. Down dale is the haunting Abbey ruins and Priory at Bolton Abbey, or the elegant town of Ilkley, overlooked by the famous Ilkley Moor. Up dale are Kettlewell and Buckden, with spectacular limestone scenery. Linton is a great base for exploring the local area with the market town of Skipton and its medieval castle a short drive away, and many other historic places including Bronte Country, Castle Howard, the elegant spa town of Harrogate, racing at Ripon and the majestic medieval city of York within easy motoring distance.
Note: Annual Dickensian Festival taking place between 2nd and 10th December 2017.