Gargrave 1.9 miles.
A charming, semi-detached 17th century cottage in the peaceful hamlet of Bank Newton.
This Dales cottage is set in beautiful rolling countryside.
The upstairs twin bedroom has south-facing views over the enclosed garden and fields beyond.
Downstairs, the comfortable sitting room is a pleasant place to relax after enjoying an interesting day out in the Dales and when the sun is shining it is lovely to open up the door to the garden.
You will also find a spacious kitchen with dining area which is well equipped and light, ideal for preparing meals for two to enjoy indoors, or on a sunny day out in the beautiful garden.
The ground floor is complete with a shower room which has underfloor heating.
Guests will enjoy the abundance of birdlife and wildlife that can be viewed from both inside the cottage and outside.
Bank Newton is surrounded by wonderful countryside and walks from the doorstep can be enjoyed along the canal towpath, bridle tracks and footpaths.
The Nook is on National Cycle Route 68 and train enthusiasts will enjoy the Settle-Carlisle Railway.
The cottage is situated between the southern edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it is within an hour's drive of the Lake District, making The Nook an excellent location for a memorable holiday!
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About the location
Skipton 4 miles; Settle 12 miles.
A pretty village on the banks of the River Aire, around 7 miles from Malham, with its spectacular limestone cove and scar. In the village you will find a selection of places to eat including a fantastic Indian restaurant, along with a small selection of pubs, cafes and shops. Traversed by the Leeds-Liverpool Canal, cycle route 68 and the Pennine Way, Gargrave is a fantastic base for exploring this part of Yorkshire. Four miles away is the ancient market town of Skipton — “The Gateway to the Dales” — with its historic castle and celebrated high street. On the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this is an ideal location for walking, cycling and touring.