This beautiful, Grade II listed, end-terrace cottage is located in the centre of Addingham, just a few yards from a renowned gastropub, and just three miles from the magnificent Bolton Abbey Estate.
Fully refurbished, this stone-built cottage has been individually styled to provide a holiday home with real style.
Ideal for small families and groups of friends, or couples looking for an escape from everyday life, this cottage boasts an abundance of excellent facilities right on the doorstep.
Set over three floors, the layout is unusual and quite innovative, blending original features, old beams, and exposed stonework with a mixture of contemporary and 70s styling to create a heart-warming and homely atmosphere throughout.
The first floor houses a quirky bathroom with original wooden flooring and a feature fireplace, unusual but all part of the immense character of this wonderful cottage.
There is also a separate sitting room with a double sofa bed to give your sleeping arrangements more flexibility.
The second floor boasts two lovely bedrooms accessed by a pretty landing, with one boasting a feature range fireplace.
This cottage features an open plan ground floor with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area, all warmed by a cosy woodburning stove.
Beautiful walks can be enjoyed from the doorstep, whilst the village provides an array of lovely pubs including a renowned gastropub and a fine dining pub/restaurant, all serving excellent food and real ale.
There are also a wonderful selection of historic buildings to discover, and a lovely golf course.
Well-worth a visit, the nearby towns of Skipton, Ilkley and the historic Bolton Abbey each have their own selection of pubs and cafés.
Take a trip to Malham and Grassington and discover their magnificent, limestone scenery.
Full of character, this wonderful cottage is the perfect base for a break exploring the Yorkshire Dales and all it has to offer, all year round.
About the location
Bolton Abbey 3 miles; Skipton 4 miles.
The historic village of Addingham nestles in the valley of the River Wharfe between Ilkley and Skipton, just 3 miles from the Dales National Park at Bolton Abbey. In the Doomsday Book, Addingham is referred to as 'Ediham', which probably meant 'Home of Edi', the Earl Edwin of Bolton Abbey. A corn mill was mentioned in 1315, near where High Mill is today, and the weir across the river is one of the oldest medieval structures in the village. Today's village is a thriving, small community with several good pubs serving fine ale and excellent food, a scattering of small shops and a delightful golf course surrounded by breathtaking countryside. Nearby Bolton Abbey is one of the region's most scenic areas and the walk along the river to the 'Strid' is a must. The Victorian Spa town of Ilkley is worth a visit, with its wide streets, world-famous Box Tree Restaurant and Bettys Tea Rooms, while Ilkley Moor is the subject of Yorkshire's unofficial anthem “On Ilkla Moor Baht at”. Skipton is also close by with its ancient castle, beautiful old parish church, colourful street market, canal trips and Embsay Steam Railway.
Note: Check-in 4pm.