This luxurious stone built reverse-level cottage with wonderful picture window and fantastic housed hot tub is nestled in a peaceful and idyllic setting in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This gorgeous stone-built period cottage is situated in an elevated position in the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Enjoying breathtaking views over the Howgills and Yorkshire Dales, it’s a peaceful retreat for four people and up to three of their four-legged companions. Enjoy a day of exploring the many walking and cycling routes on the doorstep, before returning to take a relaxing soak in your private hot tub.
This reverse-level accommodation really makes the most of its traditional features, which combine beautifully with contemporary touches. Entering into the spacious hall, which is perfect for wiping off muddy paws and storing boots and coats, you’ll go on to find a stylish en-suite twin room. A pretty double bedroom, which is also en-suite, can be found on this level too. Underfloor heating in all of these rooms adds to the cosy atmosphere. Heading upstairs you’ll arrive in the impressive open-plan living space with wonderful vaulted ceilings and exposed wooden beams. The bright and colourful lounge area is the perfect place to relax after a long day of walking, while the dining area allows guests to take in the stunning views as they enjoy a meal together. Completing this area is the well-equipped country kitchen, which is great for those who enjoy cooking up a storm. Venture outside to the patio area and enjoy an al fresco drink while the children and dogs play, before getting in the housed hot tub for a long soak.
Eat at the local pub 2.5 miles away and pick up essentials at the shop, which is 3 miles away. Venture into the Lake District National Park where you’ll find endless walks, cycle trails and outdoor pursuits to try, or explore the fascinating Brough Castle (15 miles) which is on the site of a Roman fort.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.