A lovely, stone-built detached, 17th century cottage, located in the centre of the small hamlet of Appersett, just one mile from Hawes.
This charming Swaledale cottage features creative, traditional styling, which combines beautifully with the original features including old oak beams, original stone flagged floor and a beautiful 18th century stone and cast iron open fireplace in the sitting room.
This Appersett cottage is a real delight, and ideal for a romantic country break, with lovely interiors, much in keeping with the traditional character of the cottage, creating a cosy and warm living space.
The first floor bedroom is spacious and stylish, with original crook beams and an en-suite bathroom, whilst the ground floor bedroom also features an attached wet room.
Outside, an enclosed cottage garden provides a quiet spot to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings.
Nearby Hawes is a popular holiday destination with a wide range of amenities including shops, pubs and tea rooms.
Ideal for exploring this unspoilt area of the Dales, with its market towns, lovely scenery and access to the North York Moors, Hadrian's Wall and the Lake District, this character Swaledale cottage is simply not to be missed!
About the location
Hawes 1 mile.
Appersett is a hamlet in the Yorkshire Dales just one mile from its famous neighbour of Hawes. Nestling under the hills of upper Wensleydale, the small hamlet lies between Hawes and the small village of Hardraw. Whilst being completely off the beaten track, the village has the benefit of the many amenities of the market town of Hawes, just one mile away. Hawes, Yorkshire's highest market town, is famous for its chocolate-box, picture-postcard appeal and as the home of Wensleydale Cheese. The town is an excellent centre for walking and touring Wensleydale and the adjoining dales. This is a great location for walkers, from the castles at Bolton and Middleham, to Hardraw Force, England's highest single drop waterfall.