Ripley 3.5 miles.
A delightful, Grade II listed detached cottage situated in the grounds of the owners' home, on the edge of the Dales village of Burnt Yates, close to Ripley and Harrogate.
Originally a farm building, this Harrogate cottage has been lovingly restored to provide first class accommodation, perfect for a romantic break.
With an abundance of character and charm, this Yorkshire Dales cottage seamlessly combines modern living with original features, including exposed old beams.
Tastefully furnished with a warm and cosy atmosphere, the accommodation comprises an open plan living area with a galley kitchen, a spacious sitting area and a lovely dining area.
Outside, the pretty, shared gardens at this Ripley cottage enjoy wonderful views, and provide a lovely place to relax, and the cottage is excellent for walkers, with the Nidderdale Way and Brimham Rocks close by.
Also, within easy reach by is the ancient market town of Knaresborough.
The town is very popular with visitors as it overlooks the beautiful River Nidd and is considered one of the prettiest towns in North Yorkshire.
This lovely cottage near Ripley is also only a short drive away from the popular town of Harrogate, with its Turkish Baths and Spa, conference facilities and of course, Bettys tea room.
Guests to this Ripley cottage can enjoy excellent walks by the river, climbing, fishing, cycling, boating or simply relaxing in the tranquil atmosphere and enjoying the stunning scenery.
A wonderful Ripley cottage at any time of year.
About the location
Harrogate 4 miles.
The village of Ripley in Lower Nidderdale, situated on the leeward side of the Yorkshire Dales, was designed and built, by Sir William Amcotts Ingleby in the 1830's. Sir William was so inspired by a model estate village he saw on a visit to France, that he came home and demolished the existing buildings in Ripley, beginning again from scratch to a classic French design. Today, the village is small and unspoilt and boasts a beautiful Castle in the centre (still home to the Ingleby family) with extensive gardens open to the public which include waterfalls, bridges and a lake. Deer graze in the grounds and there is a shop and tea-rooms within the Castle. The village has a large cobbled market place in the centre, overlooked by the Boar's Head - an old coaching inn which offers an excellent restaurant, bar and bistro. There is a village store and ice cream parlour where visitors can enjoy the very popular Ripley ice cream, along with a butcher’s, art gallery and much more.