A charming mid-terrace cottage located in the centre of the popular town of Pateley Bridge in Nidderdale, ten miles from Grassington.
Still retaining lots of the original features and situated in a central area, making it ideal for a small family or group of friends to explore this scenic part of the Yorkshire Dales.
On entry into the property, you arrive in the spacious sitting room with plenty of comfy seating and a welcoming woodburner, making a great place to relax in front of after a full day out and about exploring the area.
The kitchen has everything needed to prepare some lovely home-cooked meals with a spacious shower room on the same floor.
Stairs lead down to a second sitting room, making a good space to relax or even for some quiet time away from the kids.
There are two bedrooms upstairs, one double and one adult bunks room, both furnished to a good standard.
There is a door from the lower ground sitting room leading to the rear large enclosed lawned garden; a wonderful place for the kids to let off some steam and the patio makes a great place for some alfresco dining or even just to relax with a glass of something chilled.
A couple of minutes’ walk takes you to the high street itself, with its range of traditional pubs, restaurants and gift shops to enjoy.
The River Nidd winds its way through the old town and there is an excellent park and fabulous cricket ground on the banks of the river, with the Nidd Valley offering excellent opportunities for walking, cycling and birdwatching.
The picturesque village of Grassington is within driving distance as are the towns of Skipton and Harrogate.
The market towns of Ripon, Richmond, Leyburn and Hawes are within easy reach and offer many facilities to enjoy.
Whatever you decide to do, this cottage is an ideal base in a well-located area to enjoy at any time of the year.
About the location
Harrogate 12 miles; Ripon 9 miles; Grassington 12 miles.
Pateley Bridge, voted Great Britain's Best Village High Street in 2016, is a charming Dales town nestled in the steep-sided valley of the River Nidd. Quaint little alleys and yards off the steep main street house many interesting shops offering a wide range of unusual gifts and mementos, plenty of places to eat and drink, two award-winning butchers, a fishmongers, a bakery and the oldest sweet shop in England. Pateley Bridge is well known for its prize-winning floral displays, whilst the nearby leisure centre incorporates a swimming pool and the riverside park with children's play area is not to be missed. Also worth a visit are the town’s Craft Workshops and the award-winning Nidderdale Museum - a lively collection of displays illustrating all aspects of Dales life in the past. Up and downstream, the Nidd Valley offers excellent opportunities for walking, cycling and birdwatching.
Note: Max occupancy 4