This well-presented barn is situated in the village of Keld, near the village of Muker in Yorkshire.
The spacious layout and refreshing atmosphere makes an ideal break for families.
Wander inside to the super king-size bedroom with en-suite, laced with wall art and patterned bedding.
You will look forward to resting here at night time, amongst the peace and quiet.
Opposite, a double bedroom mirrors the previous, stylishly arranged, and again, complete with a lovely en-suite shower room.
Continue through the hallway and you will be swept away by the open plan living space, home to comfortable couches, an electric stove, high ceilings and fabulous artistry which brings the room to life.
Across the way, a dining area is a neat place to relax, after preparing those home-cooked meals in the neighbouring kitchen.
You have everything you need to unwind after a long day, and you will feel right at home with the accessories and books and games.
When the weather is nice, why not sit outside at the table and chairs with a glass of wine, or stroll into the surrounding countryside.
Further afield, the village of Muker hosts plenty of walking routes, an art gallery, stone houses and a tea room.
Certainly, a heart warming barn for an adventure-filled getaway.
All ground floor. Two bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x double with en-suite shower, basin and WC.
Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with an electric stove.
About the location
Thwaite 1 mile; Reeth 8.9 miles; Richmond 25.5 miles
Muker is a village and civil parish at the western end of Swaledale, one of the Yorkshire Dales, in North Yorkshire, England. It is situated within the district of Richmondshire. From the late 19th century, Muker witnessed an increasing number of visitors and holiday makers, and today the village boasts many walking opportunities, with a selection of public footpaths in Upper Swaledale. Muker also hosts a village shop, a pub - The Farmers Arms, as well as an art gallery, craft shop and a café within the old school building. Originally the Vicarage, the Muker village tea shop was built in 1680 and retains much of its 'Olde worlde charm' today. A Park Information Point for the Yorkshire Dales National Park can be found at the Muker Village shop. The village has one church; the Parish Church of Saint Mary, a Grade II* listed building. The River Swale runs parallel to the village, with Kisden Hill offering a charming backdrop.