Malham 4 miles.
A stone built 18th century charming cottage with plenty of character, situated on the owners' working dales farm with sheep and pedigree Angus Cattle.
The property is situated between Skipton and Settle, just 1 mile from the Pennine Way in Airton, meaning there are always plenty of things to do on your day out.
This loving and inviting property boasts wooden features that bring a sense of the country into the home.
With an almost historic feel, this pleasant location is a perfect retreat for couples wanting to unwind and relax.
At the top of the entrance steps there is a small balcony complete with patio, chairs and table, perfect for breakfast on a sunny morning.
Upon entering, a well equipped kitchen sets the scene, with a cosy seating area to elevate your dining experience.
This makes a great place to prepare your favourite meals, before sitting back and enjoying the depths of the warming interior.
A twin bedroom upholds the personality of this property, echoing a peaceful layout, to ensure you sleep in comfort.
A staircase then takes you to a double bedroom, laced with neutral colours which add a harmonising touch to the wooden effects throughout.
Leading from the twin bedroom, a classic bathroom awaits, with a sophisticated and refreshing style.
At the end of the day why not relax in the garden or summer house with a drink in hand.
As you leave the property, you will be at one with nature, as you are right in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales you are looking out across beautiful landscapes.
If you are eager to explore further attractions, the town of Skipton hosts a market.
The is also popular fishing, popular walking and cycling routes, where you can make the most of the admirable scenery.
This traditional cottage will be a memorable stay.