A delightful, stone-built cottage located in the lovely lower Yorkshire Dales village of Kirkby Malzeard near Ripon.
A former farmworker's cottage, the property dates back to the 1800s and exudes charm and character throughout.
This superb cottage offers outstanding accommodation, featuring a warm and inviting living room complete with a dining table and woodburning stove, perfect for enjoying a meal and getting cosy in front of the fire after an exciting day out exploring the local area.
The ground floor also has a well-equipped shaker-style kitchen with original exposed beams and a distressed oak door.
Upstairs, the cottage boasts a spacious bedroom with a king-size bed and adjacent bathroom with a large freestanding bath, with separate shower perfect for couples looking for a memorable romantic break in this stunning area.
Why not enjoy a coffee or glass of wine in the private gravelled area to the rear of the cottage or enjoy a morning coffee in the outside front area.
For those wishing to enjoy beautiful walks and the tranquility of this Dales location, this cottage is perfect for you.
The village boasts a fine pub, serving excellent cuisine and a good range of real ales, and a celebrated fish and chip shop as well as the village shop.
The nearby historic city of Ripon is a short ten minute drive away, where you can explore historic old streets and alleyways, fascinating museums, the market square and a stunning cathedral.
Slightly further afield is the lovely town of Harrogate, boasting a wide variety of inviting pubs, high end restaurants and tempting shops, whilst the magnificent Turkish Baths, old theatres, and Bettys tea room - overlooking Montpelier Gardens - are unmissable.
In the other direction is the quieter town of Masham with such attractions as The Black Sheep Visitor Centre with its bistro, the town's famous market square and 7th century church.
With beautiful countryside to explore, and heritage houses and castles to visit, this Kirkby Malzeard cottage is the perfect base for a romantic or relaxing break in the Yorkshire Dales.