A cosy barn conversion on a working farm based on the fringes of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, near the village of Long Preston.
It's a fantastic spot for friends to come and stay in such a wonderful countryside location.
Step into Barn Conversion and enter into a spacious, well-appointed kitchen with high quality fixtures and fittings, all that you will need during your stay.
Also on the ground floor there is a warming living dining room, set with comfortable seating, a TV and a fantastic woodburning stove, sit and put your feet up when you're not out exploring this incredible area.
Completing the ground floor is a King size double room with en-suite wet room.
The upstairs of this cottage boasts three spacious bedrooms, they are bright and airy with characterful wooden beams, velux windows and sumptuous en-suite shower rooms to make you feel right at home.
The quality of Barn Conversion doesn't stop at the inside, the outdoor area is an amazing spot to sit and relax.
Make the most of the comfortable, contemporary furniture or make your way into the stylish hot tub and enjoy a glass of your favourite wine.
Long Preston is an excellent place to base your holiday, it has wonderful scenery, buildings and a good local pub.
The excellent market town of Skipton is within easy reach, offering a great range of shops, restaurants and pubs to enjoy.
While you're here you must take a trip into the Yorkshire Dales National Park with its plethora of scenery, wildlife, walking and cycling paths for the outdoor enthusiasts out there.
Barn Conversion is a splendid cottagae in a beautiful countryside location.
About the location
Settle 4 miles; Malham 4 miles; Skipton 12 miles.
Long Preston is an attractive Yorkshire Dales village in Malhamdale, twelve miles from Skipton (popularly known as the 'Gateway to the Dales'), four miles from Settle. To the north, the landscape rises to the fells, moors and picturesque valleys of the Dales; to the south are the wetlands of the Ribble Valley which, in turn, sweep upward to the magnificent wilderness of Bowland. The village benefits from several large, tree lined, village greens, with footpaths leading direct to the surrounding hills, and it also boasts two excellent pubs with first rate cuisine. The railway station on the edge of the village provides access to the famous Settle-Carlisle Railway line which crosses some of the most beautiful and inspiring upland scenery in the country. Nearby Settle is a bustling market town with a weekly market, the centre being dominated by the Shambles, an historic 3-storey building with shops on two levels and houses above, and the Town Hall. There is a good selection of restaurants and pubs and a public swimming pool.