On the edge of the Dales National Park Fox Cottage is the perfect base for exploring North Yorkshire or, if you prefer, just sitting by the fire reading a book or using the WiFi. Pubs, shops and tea rooms are only a short stroll away. Up to 2 dogs are very welcome. Fancy tea and cake? World famed Betty's Tearooms in Northallerton & Harrogate - both just 40 minutes away. …see more
Two dogs welcome! Sleeping 8 in 4 bedrooms (3 bathrooms), a spacious family home offering all creature comforts. Wifi throughout. Beautiful kitchen with range cooker opens to feature dining and living area. Separate living room, games room, private gardens & 3 acres too Rowan House is a pet friendly, modern family home with all the amenities that you would expect at home. …see more
Perfect for families with a young children's playroom and The Forbidden Corner a few miles away. The Foresters Arms, the community pub, is friendly and prepares good home made food. Visit Jervaulx, Wensleydale Cheese factory and Brymore icecream parlour, all nearby.
Family bathroom with above bath shower and toilet. Ensuite shower and toilet. Downstairs toilet. …see more
1.Stone built south facing detached annex with outside seating area overlooking Wensleydale.
2.Secluded and private with off road parking 1.Excellent location for exploring the Yorkshire Dales …see more
Middleham is a small market town, close to Leyburn and part of the parish of Richmondshire in North Yorkshire. It lies in Wensleydale, in the Yorkshire Dales, on the north-facing side of the valley just above the junction of the River Ure and River Cover. Today Middleham is a modern centre of horse racing in the UK and is home to the Middleham Trainers' Assoc. …see more
Lovely 4 star cottage. Picturesque Wensleydale village with stream, green and village pub ideally situated for walking/ touring the Yorkshire Dales. Furnished to a high standard. En-suite and separate bathroom. Lovely patio for relaxing outdoors. Ample private parking. See the places visited by Ade Edmondson in the TV programme "The Dales". Discover James Herriot country. …see more
Modern Self Catering Barn Conversion In The Heart Of Wensleydale In The Yorkshire Dales National Park - Sleeps 2 - Oil Central Heating Throughout - Sky TV Package - Private Parking - Secure Shared Rear Garden - BBQ Facilities - Rural Village Location 2 or 3 night short breaks available throughout the year - Mid week or Weekends …see more
Sunnyside is a cosy, but spacious, cottage to which many guests return year after year. It is well situated both within Middleham itself and as a base for touring the local area. The owner maintains the cottage herself to ensure high standards are maintained. …see more
This period south facing farmer's cottage is a genuine family home. With the adjoining barn recently converted, it is deceptively spacious. Creature comforts include log fires, two beamed living areas, a snooker table, Wi-fi, a library, a laundry, & swings . With three double beds, and two single rooms it is ideal for a couple of families/ a family gathering. …see more
Stunning restored Victorian holiday home in the thriving Dales market town of Leyburn. Sleeps 10, ideal for gatherings of family and friends. Individually designed interiors, off road parking and three bathrooms. Free Wifi. …see more
Want to get the whole extended family together for a celebration or holiday? School House, Middleham, a large holiday house in a small town in the Yorkshire Dales, could be the perfect venue for you.
Great for walking, cycling, group events, social parties. A landmark property which sleeps 12 to 17 in luxury, with spacious reception rooms and a glorious kitchen. …see more
Middleham House, Yorkshire Dales, provides luxurious accomodation for large groups including family and friends holidays, special events, and small weddings. On your doorsteps are; restaurants, pubs, shops, moors, rivers, historic sites and waterfalls. Middleham House could provide a quintessential English location for small family wedding or as film location …see more
The house offers a tranquil setting, whilst minutes walk from local restaurants, pubs, galleries and shops. Recently refurbished to a high standard, the house retains its original artworks and antiques, yet offers the latest modern facilities. The charm and atmosphere o …see more
Briar cottage, dating from the 18th century, recently renovated to reveal some of its once original features, is part of a small, interesting, terrace which sits on the fringe of a cobbled area looking out towards the torn ramparts of Middleham Castle. …see more