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Middlewood Hall THE MISTAL Barn

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 5 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Middlewood Hall THE MISTAL

Excellent 5/5 Excellent – based on 39 reviews

  • Barn
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 5 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Description from owner

Description

BARN CONVERSION (HORSE SHOE SHAPED SPACIOUS SINGLE LEVEL) - HOT TUB (Additional Charge Please Enquire At Time Of Booking) Sheffield - Meadowhall, short distance to the Peak District, Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham, York, Penistone, Harrogate and much more Barn conversion is set in the Private Grounds of a Grade II listed former Mansion in an area of outstanding natural beauty the delightful single story detached stone property The Mistal, Middlewood served as part of a working farm in the 1800's and has been developed to a very high standard. The property is just perfect for pets and visiting Yorkshire's wonderful varying sights. Tucked away in a superb location down a private lane within the grounds of an impressive mansion house dating back to 1390. The Mistal backs onto green belt open countryside resulting in breathtaking panoramic views, this spacious individual cottage is oozing with character, offering peace and tranquillity for a small family, or hideaway for a couple,

BARN CONVERSION (HORSE SHOE SHAPED SPACIOUS SINGLE LEVEL) - HOT TUB (Additional Charge Please Enquire At Time Of Booking) Sheffield - Meadowhall, short distance to the Peak District, Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham, York, Penistone, Harrogate and much more Barn conversion is set in the Private Grounds of a Grade II listed former Mansion in an area of outstanding natural beauty the delightful single story detached stone property The Mistal, Middlewood served as part of a working farm in the 1800's and has been developed to a very high standard. The property is just perfect for pets and visiting Yorkshire's wonderful varying sights. Tucked away in a superb location down a private lane within the grounds of an impressive mansion house dating back to 1390. The Mistal backs onto green belt open countryside resulting in breathtaking panoramic views, this spacious individual cottage is oozing with character, offering peace and tranquillity for a small family, or hideaway for a couple, its just perfect. Designed by its owners to be a charming, romantic cottage for our family and our guests, we want you to feel as if you are staying at the holiday home of a friends. Fully enclosed gardens, open farm land to rear with beautiful countryside views ideal for country and river walks which are on your doorstep, close to all amenities. There are two local Indian restaurants local pubs which also do home cooked food , Chinese takeaways, fish and chips all within a 5/10 minutes walk of the cottage - There is a chemist and village store providing the basics for your stay, an hair salon, bakery, newsagent. The property has easy access to all amenities, including excellent restaurants and pubs for eating out.

Further details

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*1 Night stays will be charged at £160-£250 per night

* Weekend stays are from £149 per night (When booking more than one night)

* We will ask you for the number and ages of travellers before confirming your booking

* No Visitors

"HOT TUB - PRIVATE"

Please enquire at the time of booking

Personal welcome

Further details indoors

This delightful single story stone built detached property has been sympathetically restored retaining original period features such as exposed beams and stone walls owners memorabilia.LIVING ROOMThe very large living room consisting of a working stove fire, offering a roaring fire in those winter months with modern and antique furniture selectively chosen to enhance the cottage, with a beautiful area to sit watch TV, chat and enjoy the beautiful surroundings with exposed beams log burning fireFOR ENTERTAINMENT You will find 2 x TV 's, surround sound, 1 - Smart TV, DVD, i Pod Dock, a selection of magazines and DVD's, Wi-Fi. HAND CRAFTED LIVING FAMILY KITCHEN Oozing with character offers a pleasant standard throughout, with a spacious Farm House styled breakfast kitchen offering living kitchen, kitchen Le creuset panware, presented with solid oak furniture, beautiful granite worktops, Rayburn Oven a more relaxed way of cooking, stone flooring. DINNING ROOMOffering seating for 6, full working stove fire with oak flooring a pleasant room for sharing a meal and relaxing.NEWLY EXTENDED EVA-NING ROOM Offering further seating exposed beams and idyllic views over the surrounding countryside. BEDROOMSThere are two double bedroomsThe main bedroom offering super king size bed fitted wardrobes, oak flooring and direct view onto the rear of the property.The second bedroom offering king size double bed free standing wardrobe full length mirror and views overlooking the front stone garden area.FAMILY BATHROOMHas a Mira shower in an enclosed cubical, separate bath, WC.OUTSIDEEnclosed gated courtyard garden offering HOT TUB ADDITIONAL CHARGE ENQUIRE AT THE TIME OF BOOKING.further outside dining 6 seater table and chairs, plus 2 loungers, a smaller 2 seater table and chairs, also a small feeding station for birds around the grounds to attract local wildlife. In addition there lots of local walks along the river directly at the back of The Mistal where the fishing takes place.It is genuinely a home from home containing our own memorabilia, with the very best Yorkshire has to offer close by.HOT TUB - (PRIVATE)Must supply your own towels for Hot TubMust wear suitable footwear for outside

Further details outdoors

The Mistal offers private secured parking with gated assess, lovely uninterrupted, a quiet rural location that adjoins open countryside resulting in unspoilt spectacular views not a pylon, nor a main road in site..., and provides convenient access to the motorway network A1 and M1. RSPB old moor approx. 5 minutes by car, there are bridleways and footpaths nearby offering lovely walks.FURTHER DETAILS OUTDOOR:The cottage has a dining table, bench and additional seating for dining alfresco. Offering totally enclosed rear courtyard area all enclosed. To the side of the property within stone walled garden offers further seating within a relaxed atmosphere a lovely sunny relaxing spot. *Rayburn Cooker *Welcome Tea Tray*Condiments*Gas and Electricity Included*Starter Pack of Logs Included for Colder Months*Tea Towels*Kitchen Towel*Bath Towels, Toiletries *Bedding*Garden Furniture*Sun Lounges*Iron and Ironing Board *Hair Dryer, Clothes Hangers*Internet Access (WiFi) Available*HOT TUB - PRIVATE OUTSIDE - (Extra Charge Please Enquire At The Time Of Booking)Suitable for 4 people - relax after a long walk.YOUR ARE REQUIRED TO FETCH YOUR OWN TOWELS FOR THE HOT TUB AND SUITABLE FOOTWEAR*For that special occasion I am happy to sort out champagne - chocolates etc please inquire*

Location description from owner

The Yorkshire region

Situated in beautiful countryside part of a conservation area in SOUTH YORKSHIRE.10 minutes to BARNSLEY, 30 minutes from LEEDS and SHEFFIELD, MEADOWHALL SHOPPING CENTRE within 30 minutes, ROTHERHAM, 45 minutes to YORK SPA TOWN, HARROGATE. WAKEFIELD, RIPON, KNARESBOROUGH, DONCASTER, NOTTINGHAM and THE PEAK DISTRICT, PENNISTONE and an hour to the EAST COAST, YORKSHIRE DALES, and MANCHESTER. This is your ideal location for easy day trips and exploration of the landscape. and so much more that Yorkshire has to offer.The Mistal, Middlewood is located close to Conisbrough Castle, there is a large RSPB Old Moor nature reserve close by with extensive visitor facilities watch wildlife there is a visitor centre, shop, cafe and offering mobility vehicles for the less mobile visitors to explore the reserve. Barnsley is situated at the centre of the TRANS-PENINE TRAIL cycle route and offers so much for tourists such as seaside resorts Filey, Scarborough and Whitby and is excellent for hiking on the Yorkshire Moors. Great for day trips offering all year appeal.Surrounded by beautiful countryside and friendly people, you have the historic market town of Barnsley within 15 minutes Barnsley Market is located in the heart of Barnsley town centre *Elsecar Heritage Centre *Wigfield Farm is a real working farm *Worsbrough Mill Museum and Country Park *Pot House Hamlet at Silkstone is an historic visitor attraction located just below the church in Silkstone village*Trans Pennine Trail, the Peak District National Park and local and national transport links, this is an ideal location for cycling and walking holidays, or just a relaxing getaway for friends, family and couples

Darfield

It is possible to walk to open countryside without crossing a road and the trans pennine trail, walking/cycling route is only 5 minutes away. There are 2 Indian restaurants within walking distance and a local pub serving meals. Yorkshire Wildlife Safari Park, canal boat trips, water sport parks, golfing 15 min walk, fishing, horse racing at York races, Pontefract races and Doncaster races, indoor and outdoor skiing, ice skating, swimming, pony trekking, Go Karting, stately homes and the Yorkshire Coal Mining museum with opportunity of going down the pit.The area offers castles, picturesque villages, grand houses and gardens, also a woodpecker who as become a regular visitor. Theaters, art galleries and lots of beautiful scenery. The area offers visitors excellent holiday opportunities, walkers will enjoy exploring the peak district national park and many stately homes.

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Key Info

  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Child friendly
  • Car advised
  • Ask about pets
  • Private garden

Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Bed & bathroom

  • 2 Super King Beds, 1 Sofa Bed
  • 1 Family bathroom

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Jacuzzi or hot tub
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • Private fishing lake or river
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Fireplace
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • CD player
  • Hair dryer
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Accessible for wheelchair users — please contact the owner for details before booking

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Payment
This owner does not use online booking. Please contact them and they will be able to offer you a secure way to pay for your stay. Never pay for your holiday rental by wire transfer (such as Western Union or Moneygram) as this type of payment is untraceable.
Smoking
No smoking at this property

About the owner

Diane N
Response rate:
100%
Calendar updated:
29 Aug 2016
Years listed:
6
Based in:
United Kingdom

Languages spoken: English


This Barn has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and sleeps 5. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 08 Jun 2010. Located in Barnsley, it has 39 reviews with an overall rating of 5. The average weekly rate varies from £1000 to £1100.

The Owner has a response rate of 100% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 29 Aug 2016.

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“Amazing”

Reviewed 18 Feb 2016

Very easy to book arrived a bit late as was having food easy to contact them on our arrival the owners were waiting really nice couple showed us how to work the hot tub showed us every part off the house left us towels and essentials had a log fire on and waiting house looked small in pictures but was massive couldn't believe the amount of space we had was all lovely and clean everything was private so wasn't disturbed would defo recommend and will be staying here again thank u so much for our stay xx

Thank you for your lovely comments Lovely meeting you too Hope you do come back again Best wishes xx

“EXCELLENT”

Reviewed 16 Nov 2015

We had a wonderful weekend at The Mistal Diane & Howard were lovely and made us feel very welcome we cant wait to return and would highly recommend to our family and friends

Nice to meet you both thank you for your lovely review look forward to seeing you soon Regards Diane and Howard

“Lovely relaxing place”

Reviewed 3 Nov 2014

Stayed here for the weekend had a friendly welcome from Diane and Howard. The place was beautiful very relaxing and cosy with some lovely touches . We had a lovely weekend with everything we could have wanted and more a home from home.The Hot tub was well worth the extra money to be able to sit and chill. Hope to stay again.

Thank you so much for your kind review

“Lovely stay, real home from home”

Reviewed 23 Jul 2014

Really enjoyed our stay at The Mistal! Diane was a pleasure to deal with :) House was beautiful with many antiques and adequate room for us all to stay, it had everything you could need and a few wee extra treats - Thank you. There was 2 double bedrooms and we had the sofa bed up (located in a little annex bit between one of the bedrooms and the lounge), again a double which was great for the two toddlers to sleep,Wish i could have stayed longer. Would love to revisit. :) Thanks again.

thank you so much for your kind review

“Clean, well placed to travel to a number of places and interesting”

Reviewed 19 Jan 2014

The property was a well built and maintained barn conversion. We were greeted on our arrival by the owners who took time to explain how things worked and showed us a book which included instructions for everything. Beds were comfortable and everything you would need for the stay was provided. Property was very clean and welcoming.

Thank you for your kind review

“Warm welcome, lovely converted outbuildings but lack of surface/cupboard space for our clothes, food, toiletries etc”

Reviewed 18 Sep 2013

We spent a very enjoyable week @ The Mistal. We arrived to a warm welcome from the owners & the place was immaculately clean. On attempting to unpack our clothes, we found the drawers in the bedroom locked & the wardrobe full. There was no bedside unit or lamp in either bedroom. Every available surface was covered with teddies etc. In the absence of wardrobe/drawer space, we all ended up having to stack our clothes on the floor. My parents in law had the larger bedroom. Sadly, the window opens on to the sitting room rather the outside, so they found it hot over night. Having cleared the owners' toiletries & ornaments from the bathroom, we were able to put our toiletry bags down. The kitchen cupboards & shelves were similarly bursting at the seams. We stacked food items in boxes on the kitchen floor. The gas-fired range in the kitchen, whilst lovely in the winter, I'm sure, meant cooking/preparing food in the summer was unpleasantly hot. Ornaments, Buddhas etc covered every surface throughout the place. Whilst we felt it was attractively furnished and very homely, we would have looked for less of the owners' things & more space for those renting it, at least for clothing & food items to be stored. On reporting a fault with the toilet-flush, the owners sorted it instantly. The two sitting rooms & spacious dining room were perfect. The larger sitting room was gorgeous - full of character, comfortable & the surround sound was awesome. We spent a v enjoyable evening watching the DVD of 'Les Miserables'. Whilst we felt it was a lovely home, we felt due to the amount of the owners' possessions filling storage/surface areas, we would be hesitant to recommend it for rental, I'm afraid.

Thank you for your review which is really appreciated * Although there where three wardrobes we where not informed by yourself that you required more space you should have said. * Sorry we put extra towels in drawers just in case you required more which we always do. You only needed to removed them if you wanted to use drawer space * The storage room is for hanging coats and storing shoes which I did point out to you on arrival and you was happy with * The toiletries in the bathroom I explained where for your use sorry if you did not know this you should have said * The kitchen is a farmhouse style kitchen as advertised and apart from the fridge/freezer the storage is under counter and shelves for storage a bit different I know from your conventional kitchen which makes it unique * We like the house to feel homely instead of it just having blank walls as it holds a lot of history, we treat all our visitors as friends and want them to enjoy the surroundings My contact details are always left in the property if anyone requires any anything. I never received a call other than the toilet flush which we rectified instantly sorry you did not let me know of other issues which could have been easily rectified. We like our guests to have an enjoyable stay. Kind regards Diane

“A Hidden Gem”

Reviewed 2 Jun 2013

We stayed at the Mistal to celebrate my birthday a week ago. It was the perfect place for myself and my sisters to all get together for a pamper night. The location is tranquil and private and we sat out in the Courtyard enjoying the sunshine. This property is cosy, beautiful and filled with character. Our favorite room being the large annex room accompanied by a large fridge cooler. We met Diane who made us feel very welcome and was kind enough to leave us some complimentary chocolates!. We all hope to stay at The Mistal again soon, we didn't want to leave. It truly is a hidden gem!.

Lovely to meet all of you and I do hope to see you all again Kind regards

“This property is cosy, comfortable and full of character.”

Reviewed 14 Apr 2013

We received a very friendly welcome from Diane and Howard. They provided us with all the information we required about the property and surrounding area. The Mistal was easy to find yet in a private, peaceful location. We felt safe and secure and loved coming back to the warm Rayburn and feature fire in the lounge. The rooms were spacious and comfortable and full of curios and knick knacks which added to the character and interest of the building. We would have liked more cutlery and cupboard space but over all we had a restful and enjoyable stay and would not hesitate to recommend the property.

Thank you for your kind review regards

“Our Stay at The Mistal”

Reviewed 21 Jan 2013

The Mistal is a gated property, and have its privacy. It is convenient to travel to Barnsley, Doncaster, etc, and of course the shopping mall, Meadow Hall. We enjoyed our stay very much. Elaine & Derrick

Thank you for your kind review we hope to see you both again

“The Great Getaway from the City!”

Reviewed 1 Aug 2012

My friends and I have decided to stay overnight at this beautiful cottage which was hidden in the gorgeous cornfield. The cottage was very clean and cozy, and our favorite part of the house was the spacious kitchen! we absolutely loved cooking on the traditional stoves, and having the quality dinner on the long beautiful table was just priceless. We wish we had more time to relax and walk around in the woods, but we would definitely go back there if we ever get a chance. I highly recommend this place, and thank you Diane for the lovely experience.

Thank you for your kind review hope to see you all again soon

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