Ravenstonedale 7 miles.
A lovely Grade II listed, stone-built detached farmhouse, on the side of Mallerstang Fell with breathtaking views of the Eden Valley, just seven miles from the village of Ravenstonedale and ten miles from Hawes.
Set on a commanding position in a wild and rugged location, this is the ideal opportunity to get away from it all and enjoy splendid isolation.
This lovely holiday home is perfect for family and friends to share a true back to nature experience with wonderful scenery and wildlife in abundance.
First constructed in the 1800s, this charming farmhouse oozes character and charm, with individual styling and antique furniture throughout.
The kitchen boasts low beams, stone walls and a window seat to enjoy the views, whilst the adjoining summer room has patio doors leading out to the garden.
Also the original pantry is just the ticket for storing provisions and keeping beer and wine at a cool temperature.
The sitting room has a mix of old and new furniture and the open fire provides a great focal point to the room, an ideal place to sit, relax and enjoy a warm drink on a cool evening.
The three bedrooms all boast wonderful views of the fells, and there’s a small bathroom and a ground floor cloakroom too.
With access to 100 square miles of open fell, nearby footpaths lead you to stunning, hidden waterfalls, tiny becks and amazing limestone pavements.
Also the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks are waiting to be discovered and offer a number of interesting places to visit.
Amazing views and a rural location both combine to ensure that guests will always have fond memories of this very special place and will want to return, time and time again.
About the location
Kirkby Stephen 5 miles; Sedbergh 10 miles.
The tranquil village of Ravenstonedale lies at the foot of the Howgill Fells, quietly situated within the newly extended Yorkshire Dales National Park. A delightful rural village with a thriving local community and many traditional old dwellings, Ravenstonedale boasts a charming Parish Church and the remains of the old Gilbertine Priory. Hill farming is the principal means of income in the area and an agricultural show is still held once a year, echoing days gone by when both markets and fairs were held in the village. Once described by the famous author, A Wainwright, as one of Westmorland’s loveliest villages, the area boasts many walking, horse riding and cycling routes, whilst the nearby attractions provide something for everybody. Visit the Settle to Carlisle Railway Line, the magnificent Howgill Fells and the stunning Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks. A superb location at any time of the year.
Note: Max. 6 people, including infants.