This mid-terrace cottage offers comfortable, well equipped accommodation with stunning views across to Pen-y-Ghent. The Settle to Carlisle Railway line passes through the village along with the Three Peaks and Pennine walks.
The views from the front of the cottage are wonderful. Sit in the front courtyard garden with your morning cup of Yorkshire tea and gaze out across the meadows to Pen-y-Ghent, a perfect start to the day. To the rear is an enclosed garden set with table and cushioned chairs to sit and enjoy a glass of wine or late supper as the sun goes down.
There is a front porch, ideal for storing coats and boots, stepping into a comfortable and welcoming living room with a large window taking in the views. There is a comfortable sofa to curl up on, an open fire in a feature surround, a Smart TV and a selection of books and games for your entertainment.
The fabulous kitchen has stylish grey gloss units and is well-equipped with all mod cons to cater to your every need. To the rear is a utility room with a washing machine and a separate freezer. Upstairs is a large double bedroom, comfortably furnished with stunning views over to Pen-y-Ghent, as well as a second bedroom with twin beds and a bathroom.
The location is ever popular with lovers of beautiful countryside, walking enthusiasts and challengers of the Three Peaks. The village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale lies below the huge sphinx-like form of Pen-y-Ghent, one of the iconic Yorkshire Three Peaks and is the preferred starting point for the Three Peaks Walk. The celebrated Pen-y-Ghent café and shop in the centre of Horton is known as the official start and timing point for the Three Peaks Walk because of the old ticket punching machine inside.
The village is a short drive from both Settle and the market town of Skipton with its magnificent castle. There are a number of quaint villages and spectacular attractions to explore nearby. The market town of Ingleton nestles in the foothills of Ingleborough, another of Yorkshire’s famous Three Peaks and is surrounded by magnificent limestone countryside with deep caves and spectacular waterfalls.
After a day of exploring, return to one of the village’s two traditional pubs, one of which lies right on the Pennine Way and welcomes weary walkers with log fires and local ales, and another that has a stone flagged bar area, especially for those with muddy boots and maybe the odd dog in tow. Shop 5 miles, pub and restaurant 200 yards.
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Step to entrance.
Porch: With storage for coats.
Living room: With open fire, 42" Smart Sky TV (basic package), DVD player and DAB radio.
Kitchen/dining room: With electric oven, electric hob, slow cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and tiled floor.
Utility/boot room: With freezer and washing machine.
Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With twin beds.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.
Electric central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial fuel for open fire included. Travel cot and highchair. Welcome pack.
Front courtyard with bench. Rear enclosed garden with patio and garden furniture. On road parking. No smoking.
Nearest railway station
Railway station distance