A stone-built terraced cottage, set beside the village green in the Yorkshire Dales village of Airton.
Bursting with character and charm throughout, this cottage seamlessly combines its long and historical past with a range of contemporary furnishings, to provide a cosy getaway in beautiful Malhamdale.
Renovated to a good standard of quality, this cottage features a spacious sitting room with woodburning stove, exposed stonework and a dining area.
The small kitchen is an elegant place to prepare a tasty meal and washing up is enhanced with lovely views of the sheep grazing in the attached meadow.
Upstairs, the master bedroom boasts a king-size bed with a pleasant outlook across the adjoining fields.
A small single room provides a flexible second bedroom and there is a bathroom with a bath, ideal for soaking away the aches and pains after an arduous walk in Malhamdale.
Airton is located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is within easy reach of many walking trails, Malham Tarn, The Cove, along with Gordale Scar and Janet's Foss, both of which have spectacular waterfalls.
The market towns of Skipton and Settle, are both close by and well worth a visit, and the Settle to Carlisle Railway can be accessed at nearby Gargrave.
The famous Three Peaks are a short drive for those wishing for something a little more challenging.
This delightful holiday home combines all the ingredients of location, olde world charm and comfort to ensure that guests have a truly memorable stay.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over bath, basin and WC. Kitchen. Living/dining room with woodburning stove.
About the location
Gargrave 4 miles; Malham 4 miles; Skipton 8 miles.
The picturesque Dales village of Airton is situated in beautiful Malhamdale amidst superb open limestone countryside. The village was known as Airtone in the Domesday Book, and was originally a Quaker village. There is still a Quaker meeting house, along with a squatter's cottage on the village green and an old mill on the River Aire. Airton boasts a popular farm shop and tea room at Town End Farm, which is renowned for selling excellent local produce. Airton is a great starting point for walkers, with a route along the Pennine Way into Malhamdale, or you may wish to walk from Gargrave to Malham, via Kirkby Malham, where you will find an historic parish church and village inn. More energetic walkers should explore Calton over Calton Moor to Weets Top and Gordale, or eastwards towards Hetton. Nearby Malham is a magnet for visitors to the Dales who come to see Malham Cove, one of Britain's most impressive natural features. The Cove consists of a natural cavern or 'amphitheatre' of limestone rock stretching 75 metres in height and 300 metres around the perimeter. A steep walk up man-made steps is rewarded with a superb view across moors and limestone pavements to Malham Tarn - the Pennines' highest natural lake. Airton is a wonderful central location with Skipton, Settle and Grassington all within easy reach of this Yorkshire Dales village.