- Living room
|2 person discount||No||Fire/Woodburner||Yes|
Bramblewick Cottage is in a lovely location overlooking farmland and countryside in the pretty lower Wensleydale village of Fearby. This holiday property has been carefully furnished and decorated to provide a comfortable and relaxing holiday or short break at any time of the year. The welcoming sitting room has a wood burning stove, and holidaymakers will enjoy the patio for simple picnics or alfresco dining. Footpaths lead from the village through meadows and woodlands and within a short stroll there is a village pub.Read more about Bramblewick Cottage
With electric central heating and comprising:
Sitting room: with wood burning stove, Freesat TV, DVD, radio/CD, Wi-Fi and a selection of books, maps and games.
Kitchen: with oven, hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine and iron.
Bathroom: with shower over bath, WC, basin and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 1: with king size bed and en suite shower room with WC, basin and heated towel rail.
Bedroom 2: with double bed.
Bed linen, hairdryers and towels provided. Payphone. Initial supply of logs for the fire.
Front garden with seat. Rear patio with table and chairs. No smoking in the property please. One well behaved pet welcome, free of charge.
|Nearest town||Masham||Shops||1.5 miles|
|Distance||1.5 miles||Restaurant||100 yards|
|Nearest railway station||Northallerton||Pub||100 yards|
It's given its name to one of Britain's finest cheeses, but Wensleydale has so much more to offer. This is the valley of the River Ure, part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and a popular destination for walkers and hikers.
As well as the rolling landscape of the valley itself, Wensleydale is overlooked by the distinctive flat- topped hill of Addlebrough, above the village of Bainbridge and Penhill, which stands guard over Leyburn. Wensleydale's dramatic scenery is dotted with ancient towns and villages, offering a great range of shops, pubs and tea rooms.
Hawes, at the head of the valley, is the centre of the famous cheese-making industry as well as rope- making, while Hardraw is home to Hardraw Force, one of the highest waterfalls in England.
At Aysgarth, the River Ure tumbles down a limestone staircase at the beauty spot known as Aysgarth Falls.
There are many other fascinating towns and villages in the valley; hidden treasures abound as the Ure flows eastwards. Middleham, with its castle, was the childhood home of Richard III while at West Burton, you can visit the famous Cat Pottery.
Although a walker's paradise, tired feet can let the train take the strain with a trip on the Wensleydale Railway. Heritage steam and diesel trains run along 17 miles of line between Redmire and Leeming Bar at the eastern end of the dale.
Don't forget the famous Buttertubs Pass, a great walk that leads from Hawes and Hardraw, over a high moorland pass and down to neighbouring Swaledale.
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