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Cherry Tree Cottage

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Cherry Tree Cottage

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SPECIAL OFFER 10 - 17 August 7 nights was £757.00 NOW £643 45 plus £9 booking fee. Short breaks available too.
Start Date: Sat 10 Aug 2024
End Date: Sat 17 Aug 2024
Price: 643.45
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Cherry Tree Cottage is a quaint stone built cottage which offers delightful accommodation and interestingly converted with its bedrooms at ground level and living space on the first floor. The cottage sits peacefully in a small cul-de-sac just a few paces from the village green and has a private paved garden to the side. Short walk to the pretty Cauldron Falls, excellent village shop, welcoming Fox and Hounds and the butchers. West Burton is a beautiful village with wonderful walks in all directions, go up to Aysgarth Falls and treat yourselves to lunch or an ice cream. Travel further afield to Leyburn, Hawes, Bedale, Northallertion.

Entry to the cottage is via a hallway which provides access to the first floor stairway, downstairs two bedrooms and a stylish bathroom with bath, shower, washbasin and toilet. One bedroom contains a double bed, with an original fitted cupboard and large picture window to over look the garden. The other bedroom has two single beds and a separate washbasin.

The first floor opens into a comfortable lounge with traditional ornamental hearth fireplace and beamed ceiling with views over the garden and the dale. Adjoining is a beautifully fitted and well equipped kitchen/dining room with views over the rooftops to the splendour of Wensleydale beyond.

A snug cottage tastefully decorated and with quality furnishings give a light and airy feel whist retaining its charming character offering accommodation of a very high standard.

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Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided.

Thermostatically controlled electric radiators, electricity included.

Television, Freesat, radio/cassette/CD player, DVD, hob, oven, microwave oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, automatic washer, tumble dryer, shaver point, hairdryer, barbecue, garden furniture.

Parking for one car in front of the cottage. Secure bicycle store.

Free WiFi.

Shop and pub 300 yards. Bus route nearby.

Sorry, not suitable for pets.

Sorry, not suitable for children under 5.

Strictly non smoking.

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West Burton

West Burton, acclaimed by many to be one of the most beautiful villages in England, rests snugly in a deep sheltered valley at the juncture of Walden Dale, Bishopdale and Wensleydale.

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Overall rating 4.7 stars out of 5
By Steffen Eckardt
4.2 stars out of 5.
On Monday, 16 Oct 2023
Needless to say, that the scenery of the Dales is in general stunning and we have spent a wonderful time there. The location of the house is really good. Quiet and very close to the magnificent waterfall. Regarding the house itself, It is a bit unusual that the kitchen and the living room are upstairs and the bedrooms are on the ground floor. The only real complaint was that the door knob on the inside of the twin room was loose, so one could only pull the door shut by the coat hooks. It should also be noted that the fridge makes clearly audible noises and the water pressure - especially in the kitchen - is not particularly high. Anyroad, this was not really disturbing.
By Kathryn Andersson
4.5 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 30 Sep 2023
Cherry Tree Cottage is a very cosy & comfortable cottage in the the beautiful village of West Burton. Everywhere was spotlessly clean when we arrived & had everything we needed for a week in the Dales. The only negative comments we have are in the bathroom. Despite being reported a few months ago, the shower head was still taped & therefore not able to be angled. As well as this, the water pressure was really poor. Also, the toilet often made loud ‘groaning’ noises when flushed & this needs to be addressed. On the whole we thoroughly enjoyed our stay & would definitely consider booking this cottage again.
3.8 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 26 May 2023
Superb area to stay, lovely village with decent pub and walks from the door.Reverse layout with bedrooms downstairs gives a lighter feel to the house given it is completely surrounded by other buildings. As advertised, there is a parking space but very tight, reduced further by the need to leave space for neighbours behind to access the alley. Those with anything larger than small hatchbacks will find it necessary to park on the road around the village green. The house was spotlessly clean and very well equipped with a good set of useful pans, which can be a rarity in holiday accommodation. Furniture is good quality and comfortable although I overheated in the bed, perhaps the mattress is foam? This was solved by sleeping on top of a duvet. The bathroom is nicely equipped but the shower was a big disappointment. Very low water pressure meant the flow was the lowest we've ever experienced and the shower head holder had been repaired with tape meaning the angle could not be adjusted. Shame, as this did not fit with the overall excellent state of the house and the overall high attention to detail to ensure guests' comfort.
By Laurence Gimbrett
4.7 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 19 May 2023
Another lovely week in this cottage where we hit the jackpot with perfect walking weather. This cottage is always so nice and comfortable to return to after a days walking.
By Michael Jefferson
4 stars out of 5.
On Monday, 07 Nov 2022
We had a great week in Cherry Tree Cottage and found it to be in a superb location to visit Wensleydale and beyond. There are some brilliant walks from the cottage with tea rooms and pubs plentiful. The local pub does great value food and local beer. The cottage itself is a bit of a mixed bag. Pros: - Very clean, warm and cosy on arrival. - The coal fire is a highlight. - Quiet location off the main street and parking space right outside the front door. - Private courtyard looks like it would be nice to sit out in warm weather. - Decent internet for planning outings etc. - Spacious living room and comfy sofas. Cons: - The cooker extractor fan and light did not work. This meant it was tricky to see what you were cooking. The kitchen is quite small so windows needed opening, bringing in angry wasps from the nest next door. - The kitchen is very poorly equipped. Having 4 teaspoons, 4 plates, 4 mugs etc gets frustrating quickly for a family of 4! We were constantly washing up even with the dishwasher. Only one frying pan. - The top dishwasher tray kept dropping on one side and was hanging loose when we arrived. - There were 2 bags of garbage beside the outdoor bin for the week we were there. Presumably from the previous 2 weeks occupants, these should have been disposed of as part of the cleaning. - The recycling boxes in the shed were full and had not been emptied from the previous occupants. - The mattress in the double bedroom is very soft. The pillows were thin with a couple split into 2 lumps. - The shower is taped up and stuck in position so that it can not be angled out over the bath. - The cottage does not really have homely touches and feels a little sterile. I did report the cooker and dishwasher issues. Country Hideaways did phone quickly and someone came to look. The dishwasher tray was corrected (but still dropped later) and I was told an electrician was required for the cooker. This was not repaired before we left. Assuming this and some of the other things highlighted were corrected, it could be 5/5. All is pretty straightforward to rectify. We had a great time and would consider returning.
By John Green
5 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 07 Oct 2022
Good cottage in a great location for exploring the Dales. Warm, clean and tidy. West Burton is a perfect Dales village.
By Laurence Gimbrett
4.7 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 30 Sep 2022
The fact we have returned to this cottage many times since 1998 speaks for itself. We have found it to be a very comfortable cottage in what is for us, as walkers, an excellent location. If the weather is not walking friendly Cherry Tree is a very homely cottage in which to spend the odd day in.
By Rita Martin
5 stars out of 5.
On Thursday, 22 Sep 2022
Lovely cottage, everything we needed, unusual sleeping downstairs with living quarters upstairs. Good location for visiting the Dales.
4.3 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 09 Sep 2022
Great position in a lovely part of Wensleydale. Ideally situated for ease of access to all areas of the Dales.
By Ala Ayed
4.7 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 23 Jul 2022
Nice and clean cottage in a good location to explore the area. West Burton is a perfect hideaway to enjoy a peaceful stay.
By Roger Vicarage
4.5 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 01 Jul 2022
The cottage is located in a quiett peceful location right near the village green and the village has a shop and thriving local pub. The cottage was spacious particularly the lounge and the bedrooms were comfortable. The cottage is "upside down" in style which meant the bedrooms stayed cool in a very hot spell. There was no traffic noise at all . West Burton is a great location with plenty of walks on the dooorstep and is within easy reach of most attrctions in Wensleydale and Swaledale. We came away having had a thoroughly restful time.
By June Holt
4.7 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 10 Jun 2022
Enjoyed our week here.stayed In west burton before. Beautiful village. Very peaceful.Fox and hounds just over the green.Reasonably priced meals. Visited Hawes, Aysgarth, .The Rock Garden in Aysgarth village is worth a look.All in all s lovely week
5 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 03 Jun 2022
A home from home cottage in a beautiful Village in the middle of the Dales. Rain or shine this is the perfect hideaway.
By Charles Lusty
5 stars out of 5.
On Tuesday, 24 May 2022
Comfortable and immaculate cottage in wonderful picturesque Dales village. Village is off and above the highway so no through traffic and has large green, pub doing hearty meals, store, teashop and butchers. Turner painted the tall Cauldron Falls just a hundred yards from the cottage. A wonderful base for exploring Wensleydale, Swaledale and Northern Yorkshire. Bedrooms and bathroom on ground floor. Shower over bath. Above well stocked kitchen/diner and Lounge TV has iPlayer, Netflix, etc. What more do you need. And fantastic views all around.
By Tim Wheeler
4.7 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 16 Apr 2022
Great cottage in fantastic village location, just off the main road but with all amenities needed for brilliant family holiday within walking distance.
By Denise Stead
4.5 stars out of 5.
On Tuesday, 14 Sep 2021
Had a week stay at Cherry Tree cottage. We had everything we needed to hand and the cottage was cosy and clean. West Burton is a lovely place and we have stayed around the area many times. I am sure we will be back again.
By Ian Walker
4.7 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 03 Sep 2021
Regular visitors to this cottage in this lovely village. Great spot for discovering the Yorkshire Dales. Just the two of us, so we have a little extra space. Will keep returning.
By Maria Eyre
5 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 27 Aug 2021
We had a fabulous two weeks in the cottage, such a lovely cottage and loved the location, will definitely be returning, thank you ?
By V Waites
5 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 07 Aug 2021
We found Cherry tree cottage to be both comfortable and spacious. We had most things to hand in the well equipped kitchen, except a cork screw ??. The bed was comfortable as well as the chairs, in the sitting room, it made a nice change not to struggle to get up,to a standing position. Everything was spotless and in good working order. The only draw back would be if you had a big car ,it's a very tight parking spot.
By Jacqui Mitchell
5 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 24 Jul 2021
We were very happy here! Very clean, comfy bed, kitchen well equipped. Lovely cottage and we loved how pretty West Burton is. Definitely recommend staying here
By Peter Bridgens
4.8 stars out of 5.
On Sunday, 18 Jul 2021
Well equipped comfortable and clean cottage in a lovely quiet village. All essential facilities available in the village; pub, shop, butcher and tea room. Some excellent walking direct from the cottage, no need to drive.
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