Muker 3 miles.
A wonderful stone cottage benefiting from a stunning rural location, three miles from the village of Muker in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Providing homely accommodation for four, The Smithy is a fine choice to base a getaway enjoying the incredible features of the Yorkshire Dales.
Be instantly charmed upon arrival; a spacious and well-equipped kitchen/diner boasts rustic stone floors, a stunning woodburning stove and a typical country-cottage layout, offering a selection of spots to dine with your loved ones with soothing countryside views to accompany you.
The ground floor also houses a delightful twin bedroom, which benefits from its own classy en-suite shower.
A fresh wooden staircase takes you to the first floor, where you will find an exquisite, period bathroom featuring a freestanding bath and stunning tiling.
This floor uniquely hosts a sitting room, elevated by triple aspect windows.
This bright and airy spot provides a wonderful location to socialise with your loved ones after a day of thrilling activities.
The accommodation concludes in style with an elegant king-size bedroom.
A friendly village pub is within walking distance, a cosy spot to unwind with a deserved drink at the end of the day.
Nearby Muker provides a popular pub as well as a convenience store for your daily essentials.
The Smithy comes surrounded by fabulous destinations and attractions to make your stay one to remember; fascinating towns nearby include Richmond and Kirkby Stephen.
Make the most of the encompassing countryside, ideal for ramblers, cyclists and wildlife spotters.
Enjoy The Smithy for a much-needed break at any time of year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x ground floor twin with en-suite shower only. Bathroom with freestanding bath, hand-held shower, basin and WC. Kitchen/diner with comfortable seating and woodburning stove. First floor sitting room.
About the location
Thwaite 1 mile; Reeth 8.9 miles; Richmond 25.5 miles
Muker is a village and civil parish at the western end of Swaledale, one of the Yorkshire Dales, in North Yorkshire, England. It is situated within the district of Richmondshire. From the late 19th century, Muker witnessed an increasing number of visitors and holiday makers, and today the village boasts many walking opportunities, with a selection of public footpaths in Upper Swaledale. Muker also hosts a village shop, a pub - The Farmers Arms, as well as an art gallery, craft shop and a café within the old school building. Originally the Vicarage, the Muker village tea shop was built in 1680 and retains much of its 'Olde worlde charm' today. A Park Information Point for the Yorkshire Dales National Park can be found at the Muker Village shop. The village has one church; the Parish Church of Saint Mary, a Grade II* listed building. The River Swale runs parallel to the village, with Kisden Hill offering a charming backdrop.