Available to book from 16th October 2020 is Kearton Cottage.
Nestled in the rural village Thwaite, Kearton Cottage is a spacious holiday home welcoming your four-legged friends.
Perfectly positioned within the luscious landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this charismatic cottage provides the ultimate base for an unforgettable family holiday in Yorkshire.
Be welcomed into a well-designed utility room where you can kick of your wellies and dry off your muddy canine companion, following an action-packed adventure in the countryside.
Retreat to the warmth of the open-plan living space and flick on the TV as you relax on the sofas, watching flames flicker from the multi-fuel stove that rests peacefully within the striking stone fireplace.
Gather with family in the dining room, taking a seat at the pretty wood table as you tuck into a fantastic feast and exchange your most memorable moments from the holiday so far.
On warmer nights, take the evening out into the garden to enjoy a refreshing glass of fizz as you watch the sun set on another incredible day.
Rustle up a tasty afternoon snack in the traditional kitchen housing all the essential appliances, before taking a seat at the quaint table and indulging in a warm cup of tea.
Retreat to the first floor and discover four well-appointed bedrooms including two double bedrooms, a single and a twin, where you can relax and unwind at the end of a fun-filled day.
The first of the double bedrooms can be found boasting a TV and it’s very own en-suite shower, perfect for indulging in a refreshing rinse as you get ready for the day ahead.
Across the way, discover an airy family bathroom hosting both a spacious tub and separate walk-in shower.
Make the most of precious time with your loved ones on awe-inspiring walks through Wensleydale and uncover the bustling market town of Hawes, home to the Dales countryside and the popular Wensleydale Creamery.
See the glistening waters of Aysgill Force and Aysgarth Falls, or lose yourself on an enthralling tour of The Forbidden Corner.
Explore the underground caves of Browgill and White Scar, before challenging yourself to an exhilarating hike to the peak of Great Shunner Fell.
Travel north to Barnard Castle to see God’s Bridge or step back in time on a trip to the Norman Fortress of Richmond Castle.
Spot the enchanting ruins of the Old Gang Smelting Mill or the imposing 19th century Ribblehead Viaduct.
Wander the grounds of Kiplin Hall or admire the grand architecture of Egglestone Abbey Ruins.
Experience the very best that Yorkshire has to offer on an holiday to Kearton Cottage.