This stone-built, detached barn conversion is set in its own grounds, near the beautiful river on the outskirts of the peaceful village of Stainforth, three miles from Settle.
An unusual and quite spectacular layout, the main sitting room sits high amongst the ceiling beams on a first floor mezzanine overlooking the ground floor.
Accessed by two staircases the room is spacious, extending across most of the first floor and features a central chimney stack containing a woodburner.
Full of character, the cottage combines lovely soft furnishings, a picture window overlooking the Dales countryside, stone walls and a magnificent cathedral ceiling to ensure that this is a perfect place to relax.
The bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and the king-size double bedroom, both boasting lovely views, are also contained on the first floor.
The ground floor has a further two bedrooms served by a shower room, a small kitchen/diner, spacious dining room, summer room, utility and internal access to the garage.
The ground floor snug contains a sofa bed and access to the first floor via an original staircase from Haworth Church, which gave the cottage its name.
This is a fantastic location for family and friends to stay with a lovely local pub a short walk away.
The river and access to many footpaths, including the Pennine Way are very close by and a short drive will enable the more adventurous in the group to attempt the famous and gruelling Three Peaks challenge, a test of stamina and determination.
For a more relaxing day out, there are many sightseeing activities in the area; visit the Hoffman Kiln at Langcliffe, the famous Ribblehead Viaduct and the market towns of Settle and Skipton.
A great location for a holiday in the Yorkshire Dales National Park that will live long in the memory.
About the location
Settle 2.5 miles; Giggleswick 2.5 miles.
Stainforth is a charming village with a thriving community life in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Stone-built traditional cottages, narrow lanes, the village church and the quaint old pub all go together to make this one of the prettiest villages in the shire of Ribblesdale. Nearby are the famous Stainforth Foss and the medieval Packhorse Bridge, beloved by Sir Edward Elgar. The village is about three miles from Settle, a bustling market town with excellent shopping facilities, a good selection of restaurants and a thriving market day, when the square is filled with stalls offering a wide range of goods. The Settle-Carlisle Railway, the most scenic in England features the occasional steam train, and the run across the Ribblehead viaduct with its twenty-four arches is an experience not to be missed. An excellent area for walkers with the Three Peaks nearby, and a good base for touring the Dales, while the Lake District can be reached in less than an hour.