Western Cottage is adelightful and roomy conventional farmhouse, to rest 5 plus 1 small dog, nestling nearby the west end of the village that is pretty. Its two characterful sitting spaces and room that is dining with cosy fire places and timber kitchen stove, provide sufficient room for all to find their very own comfortable nook to relax in. The driveway at the cottage contributes to a pleasant yard that is secluded less paddock in the mountain side. Overlooking the dale a terrace provides an place that is idyllic sit, reflect and enjoy the magnificent view towards the crags of Ellerkin, and eastwards as far as 40 miles towards the Hambleton Hills. Entry is through a porch home towards the dining room, formerly the farmhouse kitchen with a kitchen range that is traditional. To one side of the living area is a sitting that is more comfortable with stone fireplace and polished lumber flooring and roof. A hallway/utility space with flagged floor, available stonework and exposed beams from the other side of this dining area is a well-equipped kitchen with stone tiled floor leading down two stone stepsto. This in turn leads to a lounge that is spacious with polished hardwood flooring, vaulted ceiling, wood-burning kitchen stove and views out towards the yard plus the fells beyond. A glass that is low leads using this lounge to the driveway and garden. Adjoining the hallway is a shower that is tiled with washbasin and bathroom. A stone stairway that is carpeted increases through the dining area to an landing that is intermediate access to a bathroom with shower, washbasin and bathroom. An extra, bigger landing, acts three bedrooms, one little single space, a room with double beds as well as the larger room a bed that is double. This uncommon and cosycottage retains a lot of its features which can be initial as panelled window reveals and seats, panelled ceilings and doors along with photo rails, rock floors and fireplace. Period fixtures and fixtures, fine artwork and memorabilia are set against a general decor that captures the essence of an earlier dales farmhouse but with all of the contemporary comforts of life. A distinctive and cottage that is really homely wonderful views across Wensleydale and great walks just in the doorstep.Price 448 - 796 each week. Thornton RustThornton Rust sits during the rocky side of an escarpment operating across the lower slopes for the stately Addlebrough, the most prominent and skyline that is recognisable in mid-Wensleydale. The career that is lofty the escarpment offers splendid views over upper and mid-Wensleydale as well as the plateau it forms is fertile meadowland but quickly meets the steeper slopes of pasture increasing to the peat moor into the shadow of Addlebrough. A backwater that is sleepy little through traffic and linked by minor roads towards the A684 at Worton near Bainbridge to the west and Aysgarth towards the east. A village that is picturesque around two straggling greens with a charming variety of rock homes typical of this Yorkshire Dales.
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