A cosy mid-terrace cottage in the heart of the stunning market town of Pateley Bridge in North Yorkshire.
Couples looking for a relaxing, romantic break should look no further than this welcoming Dales cottage.
Walk just a few yards from Pateley Bridge’s award-winning High Street to this stone-built beauty, enter straight into the cosy sitting room with flagstone flooring, a traditional range-style open fire and comfy sofa and chairs.
This leads into the compact yet modern kitchen, boasting all the essential appliances that you will need during your stay.
The traditional narrow, steep staircase takes you upstairs to the well-presented double bedroom with plenty of high-quality wooden furnishings and a stunning feature fireplace.
The interior of Winn Cottage is completed with a refreshing bathroom.
To the back of the house there is a delightful small courtyard area with a table and chairs, providing a great spot to enjoy your morning coffee or afternoon sunshine.
Pateley Bridge is a fantastic place for a holiday, offering beautiful buildings with a good range of shops, cafés, and pubs.
Great countryside provides endless opportunities for walkers and cyclists, while the beautiful spa town of Harrogate is within easy reach, with its fine gardens, art galleries and museum for you to enjoy.
Winn Cottage offers a warm welcome in a fabulous location.
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.