17th Century Yorkshire Cottage
Formerly the village tailor’s, this detached Grade II-listed stone cottage offers period features and spacious accommodation perfect for two couples or a small group of friends looking for a classic Yorkshire Dales break, a haven for walkers.
Welcome to this magical detached Grade II listed stone cottage on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Picture-postcard good looks, cosy welcoming interiors and a gorgeous village complete with two pubs within metres of the property: the quintessential English country cottage.
You’ll find this recently converted stone barn nestled on the edge of Dent village making it perfect for walkers or anyone looking to explore this beautiful area of Yorkshire. The building dates back to the 17th century and has a rich history that includes a previous incarnation as a Tailor’s Shop for the village.
The outside of this property is really rather special indeed. Throw open the stable door and you’ll discover a patio leading to your private grassed area that’s surrounded by the gorgeous scenery of the Yorkshire Dales. The fields by the cottage were even used in a recent Cravendale ‘red tractor’ milk advert.
There’s a table and chair set out here where you can enjoy a morning cuppa or even a spot of al fresco dining. A handy BBQ is also provided for the summer months. A gate at the bottom will take you through one of the owner’s fields and leads straight down to the River Dee where you can walk along the Dales Way to nearby Dent. Enjoy a hearty pub lunch before the walk back. Heaven!
Regret no pets or children.
Contact us today for the best rates on midweek breaks and short stays.