Set at the head of Swaledale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Arngill Cottage was originally built as Muker’s Wesleyan Chapel in 1845, converted into cottages in the 1940’s and lovingly renovated over the last years, now offering a charming and well equipped character cottage. It has a stone flagged entrance hall, feature staircase curving to a balustrated landing on the first floor, solid oak floor boards, lime-washed walls, a large open plan living area with beamed ceiling, window seats, stone and lime rendered fireplace with wood-burning stove. The kitchen is stone flagged with vaulted ceiling, original, exposed beams and a hand crafted kitchen incorporating pine panelling from the original chapel. The cottage has gorgeous views over wild-flower meadows, Straw Beck flows right opposite the cottage. The historic landscape is rich in wildlife, rivers and waterfalls, ancient paths and tracks and an ideal base for a wide range of year round activities or just plain relaxing.
Ground Floor: This completely renovated property has oil fired central heating, and comprises:
Entrance lobby: With space to leave outdoor clothing and boots.
Lounge/dining area: A large open area with double aspect windows and window seats.With colour TV, DVD, radio/CD, and wood burning stove.
Kitchen area: With electric oven and ceramic hob, cooker hood, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine.
First Floor: Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With mira shower over the bath, W.C., basin and shaver point.
Central heating, power, towels and bed linen included. Logs for fire can be purchased at Reeth, Hawes and Kirkby Stephen, they are not provided. Wi-fi available.Outside: Enclosed paved patio to the front with garden furniture. One well behaved pet welcome.