About Dent Holiday Cottage
Situated less than a mile from the picture-postcard village of Dent you can enjoy cosy pubs and countryside walks along the Dales Way from your doorstep. Dent station the UK s highest mainland train station is less than 5 miles away while in Sedburgh (6 miles) you ll discover a handsome market town with great cafes restaurants and bookshops. There are endless opportunities for exploring the countryside within the surrounding Yorkshire Dales National Park. Stepping in to the detached 17th-century cottage you ll discover a wealth of character features including stone flooring beamed ceilings and window seats. Downstairs is a dining room with a table comfortably seating four. Walk through to the living room where you can find comfy seating facing towards an inviting open fire and a TV. Underfloor heating adds to the cosiness. The contemporary kitchen is well-equipped with an oven fridge microwave and induction hob with plenty of space for group cooking. In the former stable you ll find a fridge/freezer a handy washing machine and plenty of room to store muddy boots and bikes after a day on the Dales. There is also a separate WC on this floor. Climb the stairs to find another living room with a TV and space to relax. The property s two bedrooms comprise a double and a twin both with ample storage and character features including original fireplaces. The bathroom is also upstairs and is arranged so you can enjoy a soak while taking in the Dales views. There is also a separate walk-in shower unit. Outside is a patio and grassed area with views over fields that provided the setting for a Cravendale milk advert. A table chairs and BBQ allow you to make the most of the outside space while a gate at the bottom of the garden leads directly to a riverside walk along the Dales Way.
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