Reeth 1 mile.
This superb stone-built, detached cottage is situated near to the owners' home and by a babbling brook in the small hamlet of Grinton, just one mile from Reeth.
This unique cottage dates back to the 17th century and boasts high quality fixtures and fittings, including luxurious underfloor heating, exposed oak beams throughout and lovely views across open meadows to the surrounding Yorkshire Dales countryside.
This Grinton cottage offers a main entrance hall with boot and outdoor clothing area, which leads to a modern kitchen with centre island, exposed stonework and beams.
The sitting room at your cottage near Reeth features a lovely stone fireplace, which houses a woodburning stove and provides a warm and cosy place to unwind after a hard day out on the local fells.
Upstairs, the main bedroom features a king-size bed and a delightful en-suite bathroom, plus there’s also a galleried area, which is ideal for enjoying a bit of peace and quiet with a good book, and there's also a twin bedroom and a separate shower room.
Outside this Reeth cottage is a private garden with spacious enclosed patio, which backs onto open meadowland and is ideal for sitting out and relaxing with a morning coffee and a daily paper.
Your Grinton holiday home is surrounded by excellent footpaths, plus there’s a pub just a two minute walk away, the ancient St Andrew’s Church and a bike hire shop within short walking distance.
The charming town of Richmond with its Norman castle, cobbled market place, Georgian Theatre and the abbey is within easy reach, as are Aysgarth Falls, Bowes Museum, Semerwater and Hardraw Force.
A first class Grinton cottage, perfect for a romantic break or inviting a couple of friends to stay and enjoy this beautiful area.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double with en-suite bath, basin and WC, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar. Sitting room with dining area and woodburning stove.
About the location
Leyburn 8 miles; Richmond 11 miles; Barnard Castle 15 miles; Kirkby Stephen 22 miles.
The pretty, ever-popular village of Reeth rests at the northern tip of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, where Arkengarthdale and Swaledale meet, nestled between Calver Hill, Fremington Edge and Harkerside. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with lovely rolling hills and spectacular views, Reeth boasts a colourful history as it was originally a Saxon settlement, and has also been known as a lead mining town and a centre for hand knitting throughout its time. Both trades are proudly featured in the Swaledale Museum, located alongside a good range of shops, tea rooms and restaurants. For a quaint little community, Reeth is well-served by traditional inns, with three to choose from, including the lovely Buck Hotel, whitewashed like so many of the 18th century cottages huddled around the triangular village green. The historic market towns of Richmond and Leyburn are also within easy reach, offering a further selection of amenities. Askrigg is just a short drive away, as well as Aysgarth Falls, Semerwater and Hardraw Force (England's highest single drop waterfall at 99ft). Reeth offers a fantastic base for exploring North Yorkshire's beautiful, sweeping countryside, whether you choose to discover the caves, cliffs, waterfalls or the plethora of walking and cycling routes that circle this vibrant and varied landscape.