This cottage is ideal for families or groups of friends and is in an idyllic setting.
With electric storage heating and comprising:
Entrance hall with quarry tile floor, storage for boots and fishing tackle.
Kitchen: with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, m/wave, washer/dryer and iron.
Bedroom 1: with twin beds.
Shower room: with shower cubicle and WC. Seven steps down to...
Dining room: with spectacular river views, door to terrace and garden, open fire.
Sitting room: with coal burning stove, Freeview TV, radio/CD player, door to terrace and riverside views. Open tread staircase leading to:
Bedroom 2: with double bed.
Bedroom 3: with double bed.
Bedroom 4: with twin beds.
Bathroom 1: with electric shower over bath and WC.
Bathroom 2: with electric shower over bath and WC.
All electricity included. Bed linen and towels provided. Stairgates, travel cot and highchair available on request. Electric storage heating and electric fan heaters in the bedrooms. Wi-Fi available.
Enclosed lawned garden with a swing for children, garden table and chairs for the terrace. Private parking for three cars. Well behaved pets welcome, free of charge, only allowed on the tiled areas in the house. Please note: There is a fenced river nearby.
In a magnificent setting overlooking the River Wharfe and Linton Church 100 yards upstream, this converted former 18th century mill house is full of character. The cottage is ideal for two families or groups of friends holidaying together, has been comfortably furnished with beams and exposed stonework and is set beside The Dales Way long distance footpath. There are views from most rooms of the River Wharfe as it wends its way down the dale, and a wide variety of birds can be observed near the cottage including kingfishers, dippers and curlew. Relax and dine alfresco on the terrace on those warmer days or enjoy walks by the riverside to the pretty village of Burnsall, Barden Tower and the picturesque setting of Bolton Priory.
There is a wealth of historical and natural interest in this corner of Yorkshire. Grassington has a quaint cobbled square with tea rooms, pubs serving good food, a convenience store, butchers and bakers. The village hosts a festival in the summer and Dickensian weekends in December.