3 (off peak)
Brystone sleeps six guests in three bedrooms and is a luxurious three hundred year old Yorkshire Dales farmhouse that perfectly blends contemporary style with classic features.
Sitting in a superb location, Brystone nestles in the little hamlet of West Stonesdale within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. If you are looking for a taste of country living and love the idea of staying in a traditional farmhouse with beams on the ceilings; a fabulous stone fireplace where you can enjoy log fires; the comfort of having as many bathrooms as bedrooms; and gardens on all sides with truly unforgettable views - this is the cottage for you!
West Stonesdale is located inbetween Keld in Swaledale and Britain’s highest pub, the world famous Tan Hill Inn. This is real walking country with both the Pennine Way and Alfred Wainwright’s Coast to Coast walk easily accessible from the farmhouse, along with plenty of other shorter walks across the stunning surrounding landscape. The nearby River Swale has a series of waterfalls (referred to as forces locally) with the more well known Wain Wath Force, East Gill Force, Catrake Force and Kisdon Force all just a short walk or drive from Brystone.
Brystone has been beautifully renovated by the owners with the help of local craftsmen who have preserved the wonderful original features whilst bringing it up to date with facilities expected for modern living. Providing a superb base from which to explore the many attractions of the Yorkshire Dales, Brystone provides a luxurious relaxing retreat where friends and families will want to return to time and time again.
Ken & Sue Williamson joined Independent Cottages in February 2007
Brystone sits within its own walled grounds and affords gardens on all sides and plenty of parking for several cars. The owners of the farmhouse are local farmers who have farmed the land at Stonesdale for generations. One is a local artist and a number of her local paintings can be seen in the farmhouse.
Ground floor - You enter the farmhouse by three different doors; one which leads into the living room; another into the large utility/play room; and the third door is off the terraced patios at the back of the house. The main front door leads into...
Outside: The house nestles in its own gardens which are built into the slope of the hill behind, thus meaning there are patios to the front and back of the house. Enclosed lawned gardens and rockeries on different levels, allow guests to enjoy the sunny aspect and lovely views and there is also a small garage which can also be used for storage of bikes and equipment (or one small car), along with parking for at least four cars. Garden furniture is provided on the terraced area as well as a chimenea.
Additional information: Oil central heating throughout. Radio/cassette/CD player provided, along with wireless broadband. Bedlinen, towels and tea towels provided. High chair available upon request. Sorry no pets or smokers.
The owner offers a selection of different holiday cottages in and around the area. If this cottage does not offer exactly what you require, click through to the owner's website for full details on all holiday cottages.
Star Rating: 5 Star Gold
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