Church View Cottage is a charming property, situated off an idyllic courtyard just a mile away from the village of Spofforth, located on a working livestock farm.
This dwelling is filled with charm, posing one elegantly decorated bedroom, making a superb romantic getaway.
Upon entering the property, you are welcomed to a brightly decorated living room, posing elegant furniture and homely wooden features.
First of all is a well-appointed kitchen boasting a dishwasher, washing machine and electric oven, to make your stay at relaxed as possible.
Following this is a formal dining area and a cosy sitting room boasting comfortable sofas and a TV and built in DVD Player.
The wet room houses a luxurious touch, complete with a walk-in shower, basin and WC.
Completing the property, is a spacious, well decorated double bedroom.
The village centre is a short walk from the cottage, with the local shop and pub taking just 15 minutes to get to by foot.
To keep you busy whilst staying here, you can visit the surviving remains of Spofforth Castle and take a walk around its grounds.
Nearby is the exciting Stockeld Park, a manor house with a maze to explore and woodlands to take a stroll around.
Within a 15-minute drive is the larger town of Harrogate, where you can relax in the Turkish Baths, explore around the colourful Valley Gardens or visit Royal Pump Room museum which explores Harrogate’s story as a spa town.
Church View Cottage is an idyllic cottage, situated within a peaceful area making it ideal for a couple’s getaway.
About the location
Wetherby 4. miles; Harrogate 5.4 miles.
Spofforth is a charming village situated in North Yorkshire, 5 miles south of Harrogate and 3 miles north west of Wetherby. Within this town you will find the parish church of All Saints Church, two pubs; the Castle and the Railway as well as a number of small businesses. For some history, you can explore Spofforth Castle, which was once home to the Percy family until the late 14th century. Today you will find the surviving remains, with free entry and charming walks surrounding. Other places of interest include the Angel House, where Roman Catholic priests were once hidden from the authorities within a Priest's Hole and the War Memorial to the residences who gave their lives, serving for their country. Nearby, is Stockeld Park, which is a Grade-I listed country house, where you can get lost in the maze or take a leisurely stroll through the woodlands. Situated 5 miles away is the town of Harrogate, located on the boarder of the Yorkshire Dale National Park. Within Harrogate itself you can explore the famous Turkish baths, the Valley Gardens or visit the Royal Pump Room.