A newly renovated charming cottage, with beautiful far reaching views over the Dale. This stone cottage, located above the small hamlet of Low Mill, is the perfect place for family holidays. The property has 4 bedrooms, sleeping 8 guests in total. Off-road car parking for 2 cars.
This stunningly converted old school house is a gorgeous open plan, studio style, one bedroom retreat for any couple wishing to get away from it all and enjoy the picturesque scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors.
Positioned at the head of the dale and boasting breathtaking views down Farndale Estate and moors beyond, Hollins Lodge is a truly luxurious unique property with a sheltered south facing garden complete with barbeque and fire pit area. This beautifully appointed property has six en-suite bedrooms all with flat screen TVs and WiFi.
West View Cottage sleeps 6 and was originally a farmhouse, and maintains many of its unique features, such as cast iron range fireplace in the kitchen and also a large stone trough in the downstairs bathroom.
East Steading sleeps 4 and is a luxury holiday cottage in the North Yorkshire Moors. Full of character and with great views across the dales from every room, doors open to a patio area with a picnic table and two recliner chairs.
The Stables is a luxury two bedroom cottage in the North York Moors and is all on one level. As the name suggests, it was originally a stable block and still retains the old stable doors on the outside. Inside you will find a new fully equipped fitted kitchen with electric hob, microwave, electric oven, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer.
West Steading sleeps 4 and has a fantastic open plan kitchen and lounge with double height ceilings, exposed timber beams and log burner. Doors either side of the room open onto the outside area.
The Coach House sleeps 2 and is a lavishly spacious cottage for a couple wishing to relax in a rural setting. The living room is lovely and light thanks to big glazed barn doors to gaze out across the farm yard to the North York Moors beyond,