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Sleeps 8 adults Bedrooms 4 Pets 4 Welcome Region Yorkshire Town/village Hawes

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Pretty Holiday Home, near Hawes (DS014IN)

The Property is a detached built to the highest specification in 2011and is a great choice for a relaxing break in lovely open countryside yet within walking distance of Hawes. Occupying a slightly elevated position to take advantage of the lovely views to the hills surrounding Hawes. It has a large dining kitchen with oak units, integrated appliances and limestone flooring with underfloor heating, solid oak staircase to the upstairs. A 24 foot galleried living room complete with roof trusses and has floor to ceiling windows to take full advantage of the countryside views over Wether Fell.

Door leads straight into the kitchen
Kitchen/Diner: Electric hob, oven and grill, fridge freezer, washing machine, microwave, dishwasher, dining table and chairs.
Inner Hallway:
Bedroom 1: Double bed, chest of drawers, wardrobe.
En suite: Electric shower, washbasin, toilet.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds, chest of drawers, chair.
Bedroom 3: Twin beds, chest of drawers, chair.
Bathroom: Large roll top bath, washbasin, toilet.

Open plan oak staircase leading to first floor:

Bedroom 4: Double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, exposed roof beams.
En suite: Electric shower, washbasin, toilet.
Lounge: TV with Freeview and DVD, exposed roof trusses, stable door to external steps leading to garden and patio area.

Pets: Pets are welcome.
Parking: Ample private off-road parking
Garden/Patio: South facing sloping garden with patio area.
Heating: Oil and solar central heating. Underfloor heating throughout the ground floor.
Short breaks: Accepted anytime.
Notes: Towels are provided. Unlimited WiFi is available free of charge. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is weak.
Pub & Shop: 0.5 mile

If you want to get straight into that holiday spirit, why not order a welcome hamper or prepared meals from local caf? bar and restaurants, Penleys. Situated in the market place in Richmond and Leyburn, Penleys offer a friendly and relaxed service with an excellent variety of freshly prepared food cooked to order using locally sourced produce where possible. They now provide a great range of prepared meals, hampers and picnics which can be delivered to your holiday cottage for your arrival or collected from the caf?. For more information and to place your order see Penleys website here.

Light and spacious lounge with views overlooking the countryside.Kitchen showing the Oak staircase to the first floor lounge.
Light and airy Master bedroom with en suite.Lounge with leather sofasTwin bedroomLarge, bright and airy dining kitchen, with underfloor heating.View of the rear of Spencers Garth, lovely full length windows.Twin bedroom 4, with garden views to the rear of the property.Bedroom 2 with double bed and en suite.En suite complete with rain shower  to Master bedroom.En suite to bedroom 4 complete with rain shower.Double bedroom with en suite on the ground floorKitchen and dining area with underfloor heatingQuiet area at the back of the lounge.House bathroom with roll top bath and underfloor heating.
  • Accommodation, ground floor
  • Cot
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Heating, Central
  • High chair
  • Washing Machine
  • Wireless Broadband
  • Welcome Basket
  • Beach
  • Parking, Private
  • Ground Floor W.C.
  • Ground Floor Bath/Shower room


Check in / Check out

Standard check-in is 4pm and standard check-out is normally 10am on your day of departure. In some cases these times vary. Always check your booking confirmation paperwork for correct timings or ask your local agent.

Pets Welcome

A maximum of 4 pets are welcome at this property. Typically pet charges apply but please contact the office for details.


At 850 feet above sea level, this is Englands highest town and home to the famous Wensleydale Cheese. Aptly named as a pass between mountains, this pretty market town is tucked between Buttertubs Pass and Fleet Moss so there is a vast choice of walking opportunities across the nearby dales. The visitor centre at the Wensleydale Creamery has a great museum which shows the cheese making process and historical dairy equipment.

Just outside the town is the Hardraw Force, the country’s largest single drop waterfall with lovely riverside walks and a small heritage centre. The Mosaic Trail consists of four short walks around the town or visitors may wish to stroll along the River Ure. This river eventually leads to the iconic Aysgarth Falls, a popular spot with viewing platforms to make the most of the impressive views. Focusing on the social history of the area, Dales Countryside Museum is worth a visit and in the nearby village of Reeth is the Swaledale Museum with fascinating collections of mining tools and prehistoric discoveries.

The medieval Castle Bolton offers historical tours and daily family friendly events such as falconry displays, archery and wild boar feeding. The restored Gayle Mill has interesting workshops on glass making and ceramics, with tours showing the original 19th century machinery in action.


By far the largest county in the UK, Yorkshire is extremely popular for its countryside retreats as well as the bright lights of some busy cities like Harrogate, Sheffield and Leeds. Scarborough is the oldest seaside resort in Britain.

Whitby has been voted the country's best beach and has a beautiful harbour and a Dracula museum to boot (the town is featured in the Bram Stoker vampire story of the same name, as well as some of its many movie adaptations).

Yorkshire has always had a great and not always friendly rivalry with the neighbouring county of Lancashire. Some of the bloodiest battles in English history took place in these shires, as the opposing Plantagenet houses of York and Lancaster fought a bitter civil conflict commonly known as the Wars of the Roses. Nowadays the competition takes place mostly on the cricket pitch.

The two counties are among the most famous teams in this oh so important English summer game. Yorkshire has the nickname “God's own county”, a reference to the beauty of its countryside, with several National Parks formed to protect its moors and dales and rugged coastline. Cliffs of limestone, chalk and jet guard its coast against the sea. Because of its considerable size, Yorkshire is often regarded as three distinct administrative areas called “ridings” (North, West and East Riding), a Scandinavian concept thought to derive from the Viking occupation in the first century AD.

Area Yorkshire Nearest shop 0.5 miles Nearest pub 0.5 miles


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