This stone-built barn conversion is located in the village of Great Langton, six miles from Northallerton.
Ideal for either couples or families, this retreat is sure to impress.
Wander up the enchanting steps where you will arrive at a patio area with a hot tub and seating.
This makes a perfect entrance into the homely sitting room.
Tied together with leather sofas, a pretty rug and a TV, you will look forward to coming home and relaxing through the evening.
A double bedroom lies across the way, elevated by turquoise walls and matching bedding, which gives off an almost ocean effect.
The refreshing colour scheme will guarantee you sleep peacefully.
Neighbouring this, a king-size bedroom is lifted by a more neutral overtone and a sense of elegance throughout.
You can pick and choose between the two, as you wish.
A bathroom is nicely arranged with pleasant features to ensure you can get ready at ease.
This sweeps round to an open plan kitchen; cosy and inviting while home to the basics you may desire for meal preparation.
The dining area is wrapped in a floral pattern for a decorative touch.
Lastly, a double bedroom completes the layout, overlooked by wooden beams and a Velux window.
You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to sleeping.
Once you have relaxed indoors, you will of course want to unwind in the hot tub on a sunny day.
For an adventure why not explore the town of Northallerton with its natural beauty, markets, tea rooms and bookshops.
Coves of Runswick Bay, Sand's End and Robin Hood's Bay, along with the town of Whitby, are all within one hour's drive away.
This is a glorious cottage in a memorable location.
About the location
Thirsk 9 miles.
Northallerton is a County town and administrative centre of North Yorkshire, located at the foot of a ridge dividing two river basin areas, the Wiske and the Cod Beck, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on the edge of the Vale of York, between the Hambleton Hills and the Yorkshire Dales. This thriving town boasts market days on Wednesdays and Saturdays, when both sides of the High Street are home to stalls selling a wide range of goods and produce, plus on the fourth Wednesday of the month the market is joined by a farmers' market. Despite its modest size, Northallerton has a number of independent and national shops, including Betty’s Tea Rooms, Lewis & Cooper, an outstanding delicatessan and wine merchant, award-winning butcher’s, artisan baker, greengrocers, two department stores, several supermarkets and bookshops. With good rail links to Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and York, the activities are not just restricted to the countryside. Situated equidistant between the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors, the opportunities for exploration are endless. These include a day at the races at one of the many local courses, including Thirsk, a family trip to the unique Forbidden Corner at Middleham, a trip to a country house such as Newby Hall, Kiplin Hall and Castle Howard, or a round of golf. The restored Victorian resort of Saltburn, plus the pretty beaches and coves of Runswick Bay, Sand's End and Robin Hood's Bay, along with the town of Whitby, are all within one hour's drive away.