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Mistle House

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Mistle House

From £426 per week
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FEBRUARY HALF TERM AVAILABILITY 19 - 26 February 7 nights £426 plus £9 booking fee. Short breaks available too.
Start Date: Sat 19 Feb 2022
End Date: Sat 26 Feb 2022
Price: 426.00
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Mistle House is an interesting conversion of a former mistle or cow byre and its associated grain stores which stands in open countryside between the villages of Laverton and Galphay. Entry to the rear of the cottage is through a tiled hallway which serves as a utility and cloakroom plus adjoining fully tiled shower room and toilet. Down two small steps from the hallway is a spacious fitted kitchen, a further four steps take you down to a low level dining room which is only partially separated from the kitchen so that conversation can continue between chef and diner. Off the dining room is a bedroom with both a double and single bed. From the kitchen double doors lead to a spacious lounge including feature stonework and a wood-burning stove with stone hearth. An external door from the lounge leads down five stone steps to a patio area and lawn.

A stairway rises from the dining room to a spacious bedroom with king-size bed and skylights to watch the stars and half tiled bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, washbasin and toilet. There are external stone steps from the garden to the bedroom which are a remnant from the days when grain was carried to the loft but are still accessible today. To the side and front of the house is a large lawn and gravelled area overlooking open rolling countryside.

The house has been skilfully designed and meticulously converted with a high quality of workmanship. The inclusion of laminate floors throughout, stained panel doors and other features such as exposed oak posts and masonry mix history and tradition within a modern context. A charming and pristine home set in a peaceful location within an unspoilt area of natural beauty, who could want for more?

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Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided.

Oil-fired central heating, underfloor heating on the ground floor, 1 basket of logs for wood-burning stove and electricity included.

2 televisions, Freeview, DVD, radio/MP3 dock, hob, oven, microwave oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, automatic washer/dryer, shaver point, hairdryer, cot and high chair, garden furniture.

Off-road parking.Secure bicycle store.

Telephone. Free WiFi.

Pub 2 miles and shop 3 miles.

Bus route 2 miles.

Sorry, not suitable for pets.

Strictly non smoking.

This property is on a bore-hole water supply.



About The Area

Near Galphay

Explore the attractive village of Galphay, within driving distance of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and a number of fantastic days out.

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Overall rating 5 stars out of 5
By Kerri Stones
5 stars out of 5.
On Monday, 25 Oct 2021
The barn is very well laid out with spacious rooms. Has a homely feel to it. Gorgeous views to the side of the property with lovely sunrises to watch. Ample heating provided and WiFi is available. We were left some scrumptious cakes on arrival too. Thank you! Lots to see and do nearby, fountains Abbey, druids temple, nidderdale llamas, toft gate cafe, stump caverns, coldstones cut, ripon museums, grassington where James Herriot was filmed etc etc. We love the dales!
5 stars out of 5.
On Thursday, 21 Oct 2021
Idyllic location, fantastic views, peaceful, incredibly clean and spacious, just perfect. The best that we’ve ever stayed in.
By Andrew Gill
5 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 24 Sep 2021
A great fortnight spent at Mistake House. Very comfortable and we'll equipped, high quality furnishings and spotlessly clean. Lovely country views from the house and garden, loved star gazing from the upstairs bedroom, and a very peaceful location. Good walks and bike rides from the house and easy access to the Yorkshire Dales and local towns. Enjoyed walking across fields for an excellent Sunday lunch in a village pub. Would love to return.
By Ian Kerr
4.8 stars out of 5.
On Sunday, 08 Aug 2021
Really pleasant stay here. Peaceful location but close enough to Ripon for a day out there. Great for cycling and walking. Cottage very comfortable and well equipped.

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