Settled in the charming town of Richmond in North Yorkshire is this fantastic stone-built cottage, Bridgedown House.
Set over two floors and sleeping up to eight guests, Bridgedown House is a fantastic pet-friendly dwelling for your next trip to Yorkshire, enjoying close proximity to the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Banard Castle.
Arriving at the property you will find convenient off-road parking for three cars, before unloading your bags with ease and entering the property to begin your holiday.
Look forward to putting your feet up on the comfortable sofas in the living/dining room as you watch your favourite film on the Smart TV in front of the warmth of the gas fire.
Show-off your cooking skills in the well-equipped kitchen, before settling down in the dining room to tuck-in to your meal and discuss plans for the days ahead.
Completing the ground-floor is a cloakroom, perfect for a quick freshen up before setting out for the day.
As the evening grows darker, retire to the first floor where you will discover four tastefully decorated bedrooms, two doubles each with their own en-suite shower room, a double and a twin with en-suite bathroom, all ideal for preparing for the day in style whilst enjoying complete privacy.
Look forward to escaping with your favourite book with a hot soak in the bath, before joining your group for drinks in the delightful fully enclosed patio and lawned garden.
Get acquainted with your local surroundings with a stroll into your local town, where you will find the idyllic River Swale Waterfalls, which are surrounded by small parks and safe paddling areas.
The Richmondshire Museum filled with artefacts and memorabilia, The Station, a restaurant/bar with gallery, heritage centre and cinema set in an old station, perfect for a romantic evening.
Be sure to make a stop at Richmond Castle, which dates back to 1071, where you can take in the exceptional views over the dales and get involved with an interactive history exhibition.
Just a short drive away is the charming town of Leyburn, where you will find a wide variety of independent shops, cafes and pubs to suit all tastes and budgets.
Walkers will delight at the Leyburn Shawl, which offers fantastic views over the vibrant Wensleydale countryside, and as legend has it, is supposed to be the spot where Mary Queen of Scots dropped her shawl after she escaped from Bolton Castle.
Take the scenic drive to Barnard Castle, where you can explore the remarkable Bowes Museum which is home to a vast collection of relics, art and antiques, enjoy a walk through the lush Deepdale Nature Reserve, or delve into history at the ruins of the once imposing Barnard Castle with its arched 16th-century bridge.
For an idyllic escape to North Yorkshire, choose Bridgedown House.