Redmire 1 mile.
A charming, characterful cottage tucked away in the village of Castle Bolton, this quaint little retreat has an almost enchanting feel that takes you back in time.
Dressed in stone work and exposed beams, this is a cosy spot to snuggle up next to the open fire and make yourself right at home.
A warm ambience fills the room and well-placed accessories set the scene for a home-cooked meal at the dining table, or a relaxing night on the comfy sofa.
Continue to the kitchen, designed with a country cottage feel and a simple range of appliances to complement the traditional interior.
A small shower room rests to the side, so you can get ready for the busy day ahead.
Stairs lead up to the two double bedrooms, main bedroom, your own peaceful escape, home to the original cast iron fireplace, cast iron bedstead, wardrobe and dressing table.
Should you wish to bring along a child, there is the choice of an upstairs bunk room or a small bedroom situated on the ground floor with a 3/4 bed which finishes the accommodation in a unique style.
Castle Bolton is a walker?s paradise which is home to one of the finest preserved medieval castles which servers food.
The village pub in nearby Redmire serves good food, and there is an excellent range of amenities in the nearby market town of Leyburn.
What's more, Swaledale and Arkengarthdale are both easily accessible from Castle Bolton, making this an excellent touring base.
A cosy cottage in a heart-warming location.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x bunk room, 1 x ground floor single. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area with open fire.
About the location
Aysgarth 3 miles; Leyburn 4 miles.
The idyllic Wensleydale village of Redmire is situated in a walker’s paradise close to Castle Bolton, Leyburn and the famous Aysgarth Falls. Redmire is on the Wensleydale Railway, which features steam locomotives during the summer, and has regular special events. Castle Bolton, a mile away, is one of the finest preserved medieval castles in Yorkshire, and dates back to 1378. Much of the castle, with its mighty towers and rectangular courtyard, survived the orders to destroy famous Yorkshire castles issued by Parliament in the Civil War. Nearby Carperby was an important centre for Quakerism and the largest building today is the classically styled Friends Meeting House, which overlooks the market cross and village green. Redmire's village pub serves good food, and there is an excellent range of amenities in the nearby market town of Leyburn. What's more, Swaledale and Arkengarthdale are both easily accessible from Redmire.