This traditional mid terrace cottage lies in the heart of Horton-in-Ribbleside, home to traditional features and magnificent countryside.
Well-suited for families or friends, with a view of the fresh running stream at the front of the cottage.
This retreat boasts a comfortable interior, including a tasteful lounge tied together with a woodburning stove and sumptuous seating where you can all cosy up together in the evening.
This room also features wall maps of the local area and beyond, so you can plan those up-and-coming journeys from the comfort of the accommodation.
The kitchen/diner boasts a modern set up, which features a table for up to five people, and access to the enclosed garden with its very own lawned area.
A shower room is also situated on the ground floor, presented as an all-white suite with decorative flooring.
Upstairs you will discover three bedrooms, all designed in a variety of styles to ensure there is somewhere for everyone to enjoy a good nights sleep.
Neutrally styled and accessorised, there is a true glimpse of character and charm, accompanied by scenic views which lean out towards the beautiful Pen-y-ghent.
The surrounding countryside is something special, and there is a calming stream located by the cottage.
The ideal location for fell walking, with the famous Three Peaks walk, Whernside and Ingleborough featuring some of the most challenging walks in the country.
Take a trip to Settle, a beautiful market town, where you enjoy a lovely meal in the local pub.
Natural attractions such as Malham Cove and Gordale Scar are within easy reach, as are the nearby Dales towns of Skipton and Malham and the villages of Ingleton and Hawes.
An excellent cottage to elevate your holiday experience.
About the location
Settle 6 miles; Ingleton 10 miles.
This beautiful Ribblesdale village sits within the National Park and provides home to lots of pretty traditional Dales buildings, a lovely Norman church and two pubs. The surrounding countryside is magnificent, offering the ideal location for fell walking, with the famous Three Peaks Walk, Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough offering some of the most challenging walks in the country. The famous Settle-Carlisle Railway passes through the village and passes some of the most beautiful and inspiring upland scenery in the country. The Ribblehead viaduct, completed in 1870 is a magnificent structure and the sight of a steam train passing across the top is one not to be missed. The nearby market town of Settle offers a wide variety of pubs and restaurants whilst the market square is a real delight featuring the Shambles, an historic 3-storey building with shops on two levels and houses above, and the Town Hall. The Victoria Hall is a cinema at weekends (Fri & Sat) and offers other activities such as folk nights throughout the year. Natural attractions such as Malham Cove and Gordale Scar are within easy reach, as are the nearby Dales towns of Skipton and Malham and the delightful villages of Ingleton and Hawes.