A charming cottage situated on the main street in the popular town of Knaresborough.
With traditional features throughout, the cottage has retained its character as well as having the comfort of modern amenities, providing wonderful accommodation in a superb location.
Featuring a delightful sitting room with open fire, a perfect spot to enjoy a book with a glass of wine.
The ground floor also features a well equipped kitchen overlooking the small patio area for al fresco dining.
Upstairs you will find two calming bedrooms, one double and a twin.The floor is complete with a stylish bathroom with free standing bath to enjoy a soak and forget life's worries.
From the doorstep the local amenities of Knaresborough are at hand, with pubs serving fine ales and excellent restaurants as well as plenty of shops.
A short walk will also take you down to the river where you can visit Mother Shipton's cave or walk up the banks and have a sit down meal by the river.No car is required when staying here.
Knaresborough train station is a 5 min walk away with its links to the East Coast mainline at York and to Leeds in the other direction, and the bus stop to the beautiful spa town of Harrogate is just across the road.
The historic city of York is accessible directly via the train or within half an hour’s drive.
With beautiful countryside to explore in the Yorkshire Dales national park or North York Moors and Coast, as well as bustling cities and towns, this is the perfect cottage base any time of the year.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with freestanding bath, shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with open fire.
About the location
Harrogate 2 miles; York 18 miles.
Knaresborough is an ancient market and Spa town on the fringe of the Yorkshire Dales, overlooking the River Nidd, and is one of the prettiest towns in North Yorkshire. Its location makes it ideal as a base for touring the stunning countryside of the North Yorkshire Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. For lovers of history, St John’s Church, Knaresborough House and the now-ruined Knaresborough Castle were built by the Normans in around 1100 AD. Other attractions in the town include Mother Shipton’s petrifying well, the Courthouse Museum, "Ye Oldest Chymist Shoppe in England" which dates back to 1720 and the quirky House in the Rock. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy wonderful walks by the river, cycling, climbing, fishing, boating or just sitting and taking in the tranquil atmosphere and beautiful scenery. The town centre has many interesting shops and galleries, and there is a colourful and lively market held on Wednesdays. The fascinating, historic cathedral cities of Ripon and York are close by, as are the Spa town of Harrogate, the great stately homes of Castle Howard and Harewood House, the Cistercian Abbeys of Fountains, Rievaulx and Jervaulx, and the castles of Middleham, Bolton and Richmond.
Note: This property is not suitable for children under the age of 12 years