A most interesting, stone-built, middle terrace cottage situated in a quiet setting just a short walk from the historic town of Middleham.
This character cottage has been lovingly furnished to provide a stylish holiday home, ideal for couples and small families to enjoy a well deserved break in this historic area.
Full of character throughout, the accommodation is a real delight with many original features enhanced by the contemporary furnishings.
Featuring an open plan living area with exposed cosy wood-burning stove, a lovely tiled floor, a comfortable settee, armchair with footrest and a delightful dining area.
The adjoining kitchen is both stylish and well equipped and includes a useful Everhot range cooker and a small storage area, ideal for all the hiking gear.
The kitchen leads upstairs to a spacious main bedroom with kingsize bed and a separate dressing room.
The second bedroom boasts a lovely outlook over the rear garden, it has a single bed and also doubles up as a quiet reading room.
The modern bathroom with heated floor, includes a bath, ideal for a long relaxing soak and a separate shower.
From the kitchen the rear door leads out to a double terraced garden, an ideal spot for dining al fresco, enjoying a good book and enjoying the peace and tranquility of this quiet corner of Middleham.
A premier holiday cottage, ideal for a romantic break in this ever-popular historic old town.
The amenities of Middleham are just a very short walk down the lane and the town square boasts an array of old traditional pubs, fine eateries and old curiosity shops.
Sit back, enjoy a pint of local beer and watch the racehorses walk their way back to the many famous stables scattered throughout the town.
The castle dates back to the 12th century and wonderful walking can be enjoyed right across the area, and market towns such as Richmond, Leyburn, Masham, famous for the Theakston's and Black Sheep breweries, and Hawes, the home of Wensleydale cheese, are within easy reach.