A delightful, stone-built mid-terrace cottage, in a pretty courtyard development in the grounds of the guesthouse, on the edge of the bustling market town of Richmond.
Foxglove Cottage, converted from a former coach house, provides lovely accommodation in a peaceful setting, just 15 minutes' walk from the town centre, and 5 minutes' walk from the river and the magnificent rolling countryside of Swaledale.
The property has an open plan living area, and the warm and comfortable sitting area has doors leading to the sunny patio, perfect for sitting out and enjoying an evening meal.
Discover Richmond's cobbled streets and architecture, featuring an array of superb inns and restaurants and several intriguing museums.
Explore the fascinating Norman castle, peruse the colourful stalls at the weekly market, or take a leisurely stroll along the picturesque River Swale.
A superb base for exploring Swaledale, the Yorkshire Dales National Park, York Minster and the North York Moors, making this the ideal location for touring the North of England.
Note: This Richmond cottage is next to Ref. 5745 and together they sleep 8.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with electric fire.
About the location
Barnard Castle 10 miles; Leyburn 12 miles.
Situated at the entrance to Swaledale, the ancient market town of Richmond stands on a prominent hilltop site to the north of the River Swale. Its cobbled streets and narrow alleys or 'wynds' enshrine over nine centuries of busy history and unique character. The town grew up around its castle, a Norman fortress dating back to 1071, famously situated high above the river - indeed the name Richmond is derived from 'Riche-mont' meaning 'strong hill'. Today there are wonderful walks to be enjoyed such as the Castle Walk - a dramatic terrace walk beneath the castle walls - or alternatively walk alongside the River Swale where there are parks, safe paddling areas and small waterfalls to enjoy. Within the town, 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 town flourished in the 18th and 19th centuries and the resulting elegant Georgian architecture lines many of the old streets. The Georgian Theatre is one of the oldest surviving theatres in the country with visitors enjoying its regular productions all year round.