Harrogate 3 miles.
A delightful self-contained wing of the owners' detached home, surrounded by open countryside on the edge of the village of High Birstwith, three miles from Harrogate.
This lovely cottage has been refurbished throughout, offering spacious, ground floor accommodation, with a bright and airy atmosphere.
The stylish open plan living area is an ideal space to relax at any time of the year, with the woodburning stove to get cosy next to in the winter and the lovely surrounding garden to admire during the warmer months.
Ideal for couples, the bedroom offers a luxurious king-size bed, and the cottage is completed by the bathroom just across the hall.
Outside, the patio area overlooks the owners’ large, picturesque garden, offering a superb place to sit and relax with a glass of wine or a morning coffee.
Nearby Harrogate boasts a wide variety of fantastic restaurants, pubs, and colourful antique shops, whilst the magnificent Turkish Baths, old theatres, and renowned Bettys tea room are not to be missed.
Further afield, visit the historic city of Ripon, with its impressive cathedral and fascinating museums, or the popular market town of Skipton, 'The Gateway to the Dales', with its famous High Street, medieval castle and many pubs and restaurants.
With the beautiful Yorkshire countryside to explore, and historic castles and heritage houses to visit, this is the perfect base for a romantic or relaxing break.
All ground floor.
One king-size double bedroom. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove.
About the location
Skipton 21 miles; York 21 miles.
The attractive spa town of Harrogate is famous for its acres of immaculate gardens, open spaces, elegant architecture and broad tree-lined boulevards. Once one of the most fashionable spas in Europe, the town continues to draw visitors from far and wide to its excellent shopping and restaurants and renowned conference centre. The countryside around Harrogate is outstandingly beautiful with Nidderdale and the Yorkshire Dales to the west and the North York Moors to the east. Close by there are many major attractions including Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden (National Trust) and the historic houses of Norton Conyers and Newby Hall & Gardens. However many visitors will be more than happy to enjoy a day in the town itself - walking in the Valley Gardens followed by afternoon tea at Bettys, the town's world-famous tea rooms.
Note: Until the 1st July 2017 this property accepts one well-behaved pet. From the 1st July 2017 this property will be pet free.