This is an exquisite 18th-century cottage situated in the heart of the idyllic small village of Wray in Lancashire.
This lovely end-terraced property is a perfect holiday home for families or groups of five wishing to explore this beautiful area.
On entering the property there is an open-plan kitchen and diner.
The farmhouse-style kitchen is well equipped with everything guests will need during their stay to create a delicious meal for themselves after a day exploring the surrounding area.
The property has a separate living room set around a traditional woodburner, ideal for unwinding during the evening.
There is a Smart TV with a DVD player, games and books to enjoy.
Upstairs the property sleeps five guests comfortably in three light-filled bedrooms, two doubles and one single, with the master boasting a king size bed and plenty of storage space.
The property has a modern family bathroom with a separate bath and walk-in shower.
Outside, the property opens out onto a splendid garden and patio area, with table and chairs, perfect for guests to alfresco dining.
There is off road parking available behind the property.
Located on the main street of Wray, the property is a short walk from all of the village amenities including post office with a local shop, tea room and pub.
The house is also only a short drive from popular attractions such as Lancaster Castle, Leighton Moss RSPB Nature Reserve, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
This exceptional historic cottage is the perfect holiday base for families or groups of five adults wishing to explore the picturesque village of Wray and the spectacular surrounding Lancashire countryside.
Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Lancaster 10 miles; Kirkby Lonsdale 9 miles; Windermere 30 miles.
Wray is a small village in Lancashire in the picturesque Lune Valley , 10 miles from the city of Lancaster and close by to the Yorkshire Dales. The pretty village has a Post Office incorporating the general store selling food, wine and newspapers. The village also has a pub, The George and Dragon, serving excellent pub food; a tea room, Bridge House Farm Tea rooms incorporating a small garden centre. Wray is home to the popular Scarecrow Festival which takes place every year during the week leading up to May Day when there is a fair, stalls and many activities. The people of the village make and display scarecrows outside their homes which can be seen on the village website. Around Wray and in the wider Forest of Bowland there are many wonderful walking and cycling opportunities, close by are the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks and Whitescar Caves. There are also good road and rail links into Cumbria and beyond, giving access to the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales National Parks. Lancaster retains many excellent examples of Georgian architecture, with its captivating medieval castle, and many museums. There are two venues for live performances, the Lancaster Grand Theatre and the Dukes, as well as open-air concerts held frequently in the pretty Williamson Park during the summer season.