Sykes rating 2 Guests 1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Pets No Features Open fire Garden / Patio Pub/shop < 1 mile Washing machine Broadband / WiFi Summary One king-size bedroom with TV Shower room with walk-in shower, basin, heated towel rail, and separate WC Kitchen Living/dining room with woodburning stove Electric central heating Electric Range oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, toaster, kettle, and washing machine 2 x TV, WiFi Fuel, power and starter pack for woodburning stove inc. in rent Bed linen and towels inc. in rent Roadside parking available Enclosed rear courtyard with patio, furniture and barbecue Sorry, no pets and no smoking Shop and pub 0.1 miles, Gayle Beck 0.9 miles Note: Steps to the exterior of the property Note: The internal staircase leads straight into the shower room, please be aware Note: No allocated parking for this property The property Wether Fell View is a charming, one-bedroom bolthole, perched in the heart of Hawes, North Yorkshire. Enjoy breath-taking countryside views from the comfort of the rear patio, Wether Fell View is also a stone’s throw from the town’s shops and pubs, making it a wonderful base for a couple, looking to traverse the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Fall in love with the character of your new abode as soon as you arrive. Step inside to be welcomed by a living/dining room, boasting a TV to watch your favourite shows on, and an original, feature fireplace with a woodburning stove, antique furniture and beams overhead, where you can relax after a busy day of exploration. The kitchen is well-equipped with all the essentials for a week away, allowing you to create delicious meals to enjoy outdoors with an enclosed patio on offer, the perfect setting for a late-night tipple watching the sun set over the Yorkshire countryside. Continue upstairs to reach the spacious shower room, with a separate WC for convenience, before catching some rest from the lovely king-size bedroom, complete with a sumptuous bed and wall-mounted TV, perfect for those lazy mornings. Hawes is full of local amenities, with The Crown Hawes, The White Hart Inn, and 1897 Coffee Shop, along with the attractions of the Wensleydale Creamery and the Dales Countryside Museum on offer. Head to Leyburn, with its annual Shawl Fair and market days, Wensleydale Brewery, and plenty of nearby beauty spots to explore, including Harmby Waterfall and Wensley Waterfall, or discover Ingleton with its famous Waterfall Walk, Ingleton Gardens, and top-notch eateries and pubs, dotted along the riverfront. Whatever you choose to do, Wether Fell View is a perfect spot for a romantic escape in the hills of North Yorkshire. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £100. View on map About the location HAWES Leyburn 16 miles. Hawes is a popular market town in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire and is regarded as one of the honeypot tourist attractions of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Standing between Buttertubs and Fleet Moss, the town is an excellent centre for walking and touring Wensleydale and the adjoining dales of Swaledale, Cotterdale, Dentdale, Garsdale, Wharfedale and Chapel-le-Dale. Take a walk around the Hawes Town Trail, Millennium Walk, Pennine Way or along the River Ure, which is nearby. In 1998 Hawes was awarded the English Tourist Board Silver Award for the "Best Day Trip Out". Modern traffic has long replaced coaches and horse drawn wagons along its narrow streets, but market day (Tuesdays) in Hawes is as busy as ever, with a farmers’ auction attracting sheep farmers from all over the north of England. Traditional shops, cafés and inns now cater for a variety of Dales visitors as well as the local community. The award-winning Wensleydale Creamery, made famous by the animated Wallace and Grommit films, is now open to visitors so that they can see the famous cheese being made and sample the end product in a welcoming café. In the old station yard you will find the busy National Park Centre and Dales Countryside Museum. The Museum is home to the magnificent collection of Dales artefacts by the two great Dales historians and writers, Marie Hartley and Joan Ingilby.