A delightful semi-detached stone-built Dales cottage, offering charming upside down accommodation on a quiet lane in the peaceful village of Long Preston.
This cosy Dales village cottage offers outstanding views of the surrounding countryside, and is set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
This Long Preston cottage is comfortably furnished and retains many defining features of a Dales cottage, such as an open fire.
Outside the French doors is a furnished patio leading to a generously-sized lawned garden.
There are many pleasant walks from the doorstep of this Long Preston cottage, and the area provides outstanding opportunities for cycling and mountain biking, while access to the Settle to Carlisle Railway is just 0.5 miles away.
The two local village pubs, one of which won CAMRA's 'Pub of the Year 2010' award, serving fine ales and good food, are just a two-minute walk away and the railway station is just five minutes.
Malham Cove/Tarn, Janet's Foss and Gardale Scar are all within four miles drive, or they can be easily reached on foot, and nearby attractions include the Falconry Centre, the four-day market at Skipton, Skipton Castle, the Three Peaks and the Settle to Carlisle Railway line.
With the Dales and the Lakes both within easy touring distance, this Long Preston cottage makes a superb holiday destination, any time of the year.
One spacious ground floor double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, accessed from 1st floor living area via an open staircase. First floor open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with open fire.
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.