Dating back to around 1780, Bewerley Hall Cottage was the former home of the Head Gardener at Bewerley Hall. Today, Bewerley Hall Cottage is a beautiful self catering holiday home. You'll love what's been done to the place and the homely feel that has been created just for guests.
Stone steps lead you into the sitting room, where you'll be welcomed by an exposed stone wall, a fabulous log burning stove situated in the Inglenook fireplace and local art gracing the walls. Cosy up on the sofas, watch a DVD on the flat screen TV, complete with BT Vision or snuggle up with a glass. There is Wi-Fi and private off street parking is available for two cars around the back of the cottage.
Take to the stairs and find yourself in a beautifully appointed romantic bedroom, complete with King Size bed dressed in Egyptian cotton white bed linen. Exposed stone walls, local art and wonderful views can be enjoyed from the window overlooking the village green and Yorkes Folly beyond.
Step into the en-suite bathroom and relax in the freestanding slipper bath or walk in shower with toiletries from Heyland and Whittle and fluffy bath towels.
Outside there is a pretty courtyard at both the back and front of the cottage as well as a sun room if the weather should be a bit chilly
Bewerley Hall cottage is tucked away down a private road in the heart of Bewerley, overlooking Bewerley Park to the rear and a pretty village green, complete with a traditional red telephone box, to the front. Around five minutes walk away is the Dales market town of Pateley Bridge which has more than enough places to eat, drink and shop that you may not even need to use the car at all during your stay.
Of course you might want to get out and explore. In which case Harrogate, Ripon and even Leeds are all easy to reach and you're also free to roam around Nidderdale and beyond to discover for yourself just why it's an official Area of Outstanding National Beauty.