A charming country cottage, situated next to the owner's home nestled in the picturesque village of Carlton-in-Coverdale, looking out over a beautiful garden with views across fields to the hills beyond.
The south facing patio, in this delightful rural setting, is the perfect spot for relaxing and taking in the surroundings.Perfect for couples on a romantic weekend away or a longer stay with family and friends.
There are several beautiful walks within easy access from the cottage.
The village pub, The Foresters Arms, is a welcoming meeting place for locals and visitors alike and is within a 5 min walk from the cottage.
The traditional cottage is comfortably furnished and spacious.
The front door opens onto a hallway, useful for coat and boot storage, with access to a downstairs cloakroom.
The dining table in the bright, homely and well-equipped kitchen is ideal for enjoying breakfast before an adventure-filled day.
Alternatively, take your morning coffee out onto the private patio to enjoy the garden bordered by the rose bed.
The lounge, also with views to the garden, has two comfortable sofas arranged around a multi-fuel stove, perfect for cosy evenings in.
The three well-appointed bedrooms promise a peaceful night’s sleep.
The first is presented as a king-size with a built-in wardrobe and dressing table.
It is joined by a double and a single room both with built-in wardrobes.
All have a lovely outlook over the garden.
The bathroom is equipped with modern fixtures and fittings with a bath and shower above.
The cottage is ideally positioned for exploring Coverdale, Wharfedale which lies to the south and Wensleydale to the North.
All you need for a heart-warming stay.
About the location
Leyburn 5 miles.
The attractive and traditional old village of Carlton-in-Coverdale lies in one of the Yorkshire Dales’ best kept secrets, Coverdale, a narrow valley flanked by imposing fells. Historically, Coverdale was a main packhorse route over the moors into Wharfedale and Skipton. The village is comprised of traditional old stone-built homes, a few farms, guest houses and the village pub, The Foresters. The river Cover runs below it, in the valley. Carlton sits beneath Roova crags to the south and Penhill to the north. Nearby is the Forbidden Corner, a great day out for all the family with its adventure gardens and restaurants. Leyburn, the closest town, is 5 miles away, about 15 minutes’ drive. It has several restaurants, cafes, pubs and two supermarkets. The village of Middleham (4 miles) also boasts several pubs, restaurants, and a well-stocked local shop. It is a lovely village best known for its famous racing stables, the 'Gallops' and its Norman Castle which dates back to 1190