Heugh Barn occupies an envious position in the heart of the Swaledale village of Thwaite.
The property has been thoughtfully converted to provide splendid accommodation amidst the breath-taking Yorkshire Dales National Park.
This welcoming property is surrounded by luscious walking and cycling country, and offers comfortable accommodation for two people.
The property benefits from reverse-level accommodation, with the ground floor playing host to a tasteful double bedroom along with an immaculate shower room.
Both boast a refreshing neutral theme with original features and touches being retained providing a reminder as to the history of the building.
The first floor of Heugh Barn, the former hayloft, is occupied by a beautiful open-plan living area with a vaulted ceiling, featuring original beams, providing a real sense of space.
The room is dominated by a stunning exposed stone wall, which is further enhanced by an alluring wood-burner.
The window provides views over the rooftops of the village towards Kisdon Hill.
This homely room has a leather sofa providing cosy seating where guests can snuggle up in front of the TV and wood-burning stove.
There is also a romantic dining area and bespoke kitchen.
The traditional style units provide ample storage and work-surfaces.
Astoundingly beautiful walking and cycling paths are available from your doorstep, leading you through the magnificent countryside of the Dales.
Thwaite is located at the foot of Buttertubs Pass between the villages of Muker and Keld.
Thwaite Village amenities a mere two minute walk from Heugh Barn include a tearoom, bar and restaurant located in the Kearton Hotel.
All of these are open to non-residents (booking required for restaurant).
The Pennine Way passes through the village, the recently completed Swale Trail cycle path and enchanting waterfalls can be found in nearby Keld.
The picturesque village of Muker is a sedate one mile stroll and boasts a handy pub, shop and tea rooms.
Slightly further afield are the lead-mines of Gunnerside, the famous Wensleydale Creamery in Hawes, Castle Bolton and the world famous Tan Hill pub, the highest in England.
Heugh Barn is a truly amazing countryside retreat.