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Cobblestone Cottage

Ripon

Cobblestone Cottage

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Cobblestone Cottage sits on the edge of Bishopton, a small hamlet absorbed into Ripon's city suburbs with adjacent meadows and woodland reaching out to the River Laver. The immediate area has been recognised as a Conservation Area since 1994 and forms an exceptional architectural enclave in character and form. This pretty cottage is a modern but cosy renovation of an original cottage dating back to 1635, located near to the city, the wonderful Yorkshire Dales and Nidderdale and just a scenic walk away from the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Studley Royal Park and Fountains Abbey.

The parking area to the side of the cottage leads to a private walled patio garden and access to the cottage. Entry from here is into a spacious kitchen with breakfast bar, sparkling Victorian tiles and everything you need to prepare a delicious meal. French doors to the left of the kitchen lead to the living area at the front of the cottage. The lounge area with oak furniture and comfy arm chair and settee has a fireplace with wood-burning stove, making it a cosy place to sit during the cooler months. To the right of the kitchen a hallway gives access to a shower room with wash basin and toilet, a single bedroom and a spacious master bedroom with king-size bed, pretty cream furniture and french windows leading out to the patio garden, a perfect place to sit and relax.

The cottage provides an ideal place for a small family or couple, thoughtfully designed and completed with loving care providing all the conveniences of modern life. A perfect base to enjoy Ripon's cafes, pubs, shops, museums, galleries and cathedral or to travel to nearby Harrogate, York and Masham or a little further in to the Dales.

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Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided.

Gas central heating, logs and electricity included.

Television, Freeview, smart speaker, hob, oven, microwave oven, fridge, freezer, automatic washer, shaver point, hairdryer, high chair, garden furniture.

Off road parking.

Free WiFi.

Shops, pubs, bus route nearby.

Sorry, not suitable for pets.

Strictly no smoking.

Please note that arrival is from 4.30pm on Fridays instead of the usual 4pm.

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Ripon

Ripon is one of the smallest and oldest cities in England, situated by the River Ure on the fringe of the Vale of York. Visit the cathedral, enjoy the Spa Gardens and sample the delights from the pubs, cafes and restaurants. Nearby is the World Heritage Site of Studley Royal and Fountains Abbey to enchant all who visit and the not too distant Yorkshire Dales to be awed and captivated by. A small city with a great Yorkshire heart.

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