This beautiful semi-detached cottage is located in the peaceful village of Long Preston.
Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this stone-built cottage provides an ideal base for small families or couples looking to explore the stunning surrounding area.
Fully refurbished, the cottage has been individually styled to provide a holiday home with real style.
Set over three floors, this luxury cottage tastefully blends the building’s traditional style with contemporary fixtures.
The ground floor comprises an open plan living space with a modern kitchen and breakfast bar dining area, complemented by original wooden flooring and exposed beams.
On the first floor there is a homely bedroom with two single beds and a first-class bathroom suite.
The stairs lead up to the master bedroom, a lovely romantic hideaway.
To the rear of the cottage is a compact, decked seating area for two, perfect for sitting out and enjoying a glass of wine after a day exploring the local area.
The Yorkshire Three Peaks are a short drive along the A65.
Long Preston sits in an enviable location between this magnificent area of countryside and the market town of Skipton, making this a superb base to explore the best the Yorkshire Dales has to offer.
Also for lovers of the outdoors are Malham Cove/Tarn, Janet's Foss and Gardale Scar, other nearby attractions include the Falconry Centre, White Scar Caves and the Settle-Carlisle Railway line.
This superb cottage is perfect for exploring the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Park any time of the year!
Over three floors. Two bedrooms: 1 x second floor double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area.
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.