Magnolia Cottage is a delightful property dating back to the 19th century, and is set amidst beautiful rolling countryside in the pretty village of Barton near Richmond in the Yorkshire Dales.
The attention to detail throughout is evident, from an original range cooker now used for decoration only, to thoughtful touches in every room.
The well-equipped kitchen with dining area is a light and spacious room, a magnet for guests to mingle before dinner.
The cosy sitting room is an oasis whatever the time of year, and for those chillier nights the comforting glow of the multi-fuel stove is really addictive.
There are two charming bedrooms offering every comfort including en-suite shower rooms.
Richmond, just over 7 miles away, is one of the many jewels in Yorkshire's crown and is the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales.
This inspiring town is complete with a Norman castle, cobbled market place, superb architecture and a great range of shops and tea rooms to choose from.
The magnificent Bowes Museum offers a fantastic day out for everyone and the fascinating musical automaton, The Silver Swan is a much loved icon of the museum.
Discover Herriot country which includes beautiful countryside and the charming and picturesque market towns and villages of Northallerton, Thirsk, Great Ayton, Bedale and Easingwold.
This stunning area has changed very little over the centuries and is fortunate to have preserved its beauty and tradition including a choice of heritage pubs, village greens and age old customs and with great road links in all directions a new adventure can be taken every single day.
Yorkshire is acclaimed for its stunning walks, awesome caving, amazing food and its renowned hospitality.
One visit is never enough!
About the location
Richmond 8 miles.
The attractive and peaceful Dales village of Barton is situated in lovely rolling countryside, just a few miles to the north of the popular market town of Richmond. Barton has a lovely village green, a stream winding its way through the village, a pub, a shop and a Post Office. Nearby Piercebridge is renowned for its Roman heritage, which dates back to around 70 AD. The Piercebridge Roman Fort Site, a recognised ancient monument, forms part of the region’s Dere Street Roman Trail, a celebration of the rich Roman heritage still to be enjoyed in the area. Forming part of the Teesdale Way, and within easy reach of the Cleveland Way, this walker’s paradise provides an excellent base to explore this delightful Dales area including nearby Swaledale and Weardale, with many bridleways, footpaths, cycle trails and lovely riverside walks available. Local attractions include the magnificent Raby Castle in nearby Staindrop, the Bowes Museum, York’s National Railway Museum, Durham Cathedral and of course the delightful market town of Barnard Castle. Nearby Richmond grew up around its castle set high above the River Swale, with panoramic river views. Within Richmond, narrow streets and alleys radiate from the cobbled market place (which has a weekly market and monthly farmers’ market) and there are numerous shops, pubs and restaurants to enjoy. The Georgian Theatre is one of the oldest surviving theatres in the country with visitors enjoying its regular productions all year round. An ideal location for exploring all of Swaledale, Teesdale and the Yorkshire Dales.