A delightful, stone-built, mid-terrace cottage located on a quiet lane in the small hamlet of Burtersett, one mile from Hawes in beautiful Wensleydale.
Set amongst the lovely rolling Dales countryside, this cosy cottage provides the ideal retreat for those seeking a truly get away from it all break, boasting great views from most of the rooms, together with wonderful walking opportunities.
This delightful cottage is full of character and charm throughout, including old ceiling beams, sash windows and the original yard.
The cosy sitting room is stylish and comfortable with a second multi-fuel stove, ideal to relax after a hard day?s walking on the nearby fells.
The well-equipped kitchen boasts a multi-fuel stove and is a great place to sit around, prepare sumptuous meals and catch up on old times.
The two stylish bedrooms, one with a king-size bed, as well as a modern bathroom, all come together to provide a wonderful stay in this charming cottage.
Outside, the private frontage has a lovely bench on which to relax and soak up the sunshine, and to the rear of the property there is a small enclosed, shared yard suitable for sitting out and enjoying an evening meal.
There is fantastic countryside to all sides, from where you can travel to the area of Wensleydale, often described as one of the most beautiful areas in the Yorkshire Dales.
The walk from the back door, downhill on the paved path through the Hay Meadows to Hawes, is one not to be missed, and guests can enjoy a half-way watering hole at the many assorted pubs in this popular market town.
This attractive cottage is a great touring base from which to discover the Ribblehead Viaduct, Three Peaks, the village of Dent with its brewery, the attractive old market town of Sedbergh and the castles at Bolton and Middleham.
Leyburn is another village not to be missed, and over the hills to the likes of Kettlewell and Grassington, which are all just a short drive away.
An opportunity for that well-deserved break in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.