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Warren Barn

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Warren Barn

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SPECIAL OFFER 3 - 10 August 7 nights was £641.00 NOW £576.90 plus £9 booking fee. Short breaks available too.
Start Date: Sat 03 Aug 2024
End Date: Sat 10 Aug 2024
Price: 576.90
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SPECIAL OFFER 10 - 17 August 7 nights was £641.00 NOW £576.90 plus £9 booking fee. Short breaks available too.
Start Date: Sat 10 Aug 2024
End Date: Sat 17 Aug 2024
Price: 576.90
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SPECIAL OFFER 17 - 24 August 7 nights was £641.00 NOW £576.90 plus £9 booking fee. Short breaks available too.
Start Date: Sat 17 Aug 2024
End Date: Sat 24 Aug 2024
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SPECIAL OFFER 24 - 31 August 7 nights was £591.00 NOW £531.90 plus £9 booking fee. Short breaks available too.
Start Date: Sat 24 Aug 2024
End Date: Sat 31 Aug 2024
Price: 531.90
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Description

Looking out towards Kirkby Malzeard, Ripon and the wider Vale of York sits Newlands farm, a cluster of four dwellings including the 2015 barn conversions of Warren and Holt Barn. A farm on the edge of cultivation cutting into the heather moors of Kirkby Malzeard snuggled under the heights of Shortlick and Clints Hill to the west. There is a panoramic and uninterrupted view over pastures, tree-lined meadows and cornfields reaching out to the Vale of York and beyond. The houses sit near Stock Beck, a tributary of the river Laver adjacent to coniferous woodland and are reached by a long, narrow lane (or unclassified, single track road) which links to a private drive leading to an open yard with dedicated parking and turning areas. Warren Barn sits overlooking the dedicated paved and gravel parking areas and views out to the fields towards the Vale of York.

Access is either along an easy ramp or four stone steps to a raised, flagged patio at the front of the cottage. Entry is through large bi-fold glass doors to the spacious open plan lounge with reclining sofas, dining area and kitchen. The ceiling is lofted to the rafters exposing the roof beams and trusses with natural light spilling down from a central skylight. To the side of the lounge at the front is a bedroom with double bed and built in wardrobe, off the lounge to the rear is a fully tiled shower room with washbasin and toilet, both with skylights.

Warren Barn is a really stylish and innovative barn conversion blending the traditional and modern in elegant but simple harmony. Oak floors, doors and furniture, original exposed rafters and brickwork bathed in natural light encapsulated in a cosy and energy efficient cottage. The barn sits amid a peaceful, rural environment close to open moorland and its many bridleways yet Kirkby Malzeard is only 2 1/2 miles away and Masham, Ripon and The Yorkshire Dales within easy reach.

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Facilities

Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided.

Underfloor central heating and electricity included.

Television, Freeview, DVD/CD, DAB radio, hob, oven, microwave oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, automatic washer, shaver point, hairdryer, cot and high chair, garden furniture.

Off road parking for one car only.

Free WiFi.

Shop and pub Kirkby Malzeard 2 1/2 miles.

Restaurant Masham 4 miles.

Bus route Kirkby Malzeard 2 1/2 miles.

Two dogs welcome.

Strictly non smoking.

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Near Kirkby Malzeard

Kirkby Malzeard is situated almost equidistant from Ripon and Masham and is the largest and principal village in the area with a population of about 800 people.

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Overall rating 4.7 stars out of 5
By Clive Edwards
5 stars out of 5.
On Monday, 17 Jun 2024
We really enjoyed our second visit to Warren Barn. Very clean and comfortable, lovely views from the Barn and surrounding area. Although the weather was not as good as our previous visit, we still managed to visit lots of lovely Towns and Villages around the Dales, lots of dog friendly tea rooms and pubs. Looking forward to our next visit.
By Richard Broun
5 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 25 May 2024
Superb property, very comfortable and well provided. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would recommend Warren Barn to others.
By Trudi Newton
4.7 stars out of 5.
On Tuesday, 17 Oct 2023
We had a wonderful stay at Warren Barn. The view from the extensive windows was a delight every morning - sunrise and weather to set us up for the day. The barn is extremely comfortable with all facilities and well situated if you like quiet and peace, but near enough to visit places like Fountains Abbey, Thornborough cursus and henges if you want archaeology, and many great walks. Overall a brilliant place to stay!
By Clive Edwards
5 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 17 Jun 2023
We really enjoyed our break at Warren Barn. Lovely peaceful location &Scenery, views from Barn beautiful . Inside of Barn had been very well thought out, everything you needed was there, furniture & bed very comfortable. Neighbours were very polite & friendly. We will certainly visit again. Well done Country Hideaways.
By John Osborn
4.8 stars out of 5.
On Monday, 05 Jun 2023
Great place to stay. Very comfortable, beautiful views from the terrace. Enjoyed walking across the moors listening to the curlew and lapwings. Flower meadows were stunning.
By Elaine Morton
4.7 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 12 May 2023
The property is situated in a beautiful setting surrounded by the Yorkshire countryside. It is well placed for many attractions, lovely towns and villages and scenic walks. The property is well presented, comfortable and has everything you might need.
By Mike Clash
5 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 30 Sep 2022
This is our second stay here in the last two years. The property is very comfortable, very warm and very peaceful with amazing views. Ideally situated for exploring the Dales. Quite simply Warren Barn is a lovely place to enjoy a holiday in this area.
By Tom Lewis
4.3 stars out of 5.
On Thursday, 29 Sep 2022
We booked Warren Barn fairly last minute for a needed break. We thoroughly enjoyed our time there with the beautiful views and peaceful surroundings. The beds were extremely comfy and the kitchen well equipped for self catering. If you’re looking for a get away from the rat race, this is the place to go. We really appreciated the welcome basket too, thank you.
By Julia Beusch
5 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 06 Aug 2022
Beautiful and very comfortable cottage with stunning views. Great walks from the doorstep. Loved it!!!
5 stars out of 5.
On Tuesday, 05 Apr 2022
Had a great stay, loved the barn and the location is excellent for hiking or bike riding. Can't recommend enough! Thanks
By John Green
4.5 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 30 Oct 2021
We arrived at Warren Barn and found the accommodation lovely and warm, the underfloor heating was most enjoyable for the whole week. The accommodation is equipped to a very high standard with very comfortable reclining sofas, great cooking appliances and a lush bathroom and shower. We had an issue with hot water whilst staying and texted the owner and he responded within minutes and sorted. Highly recommend
By A Gower
5 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 22 Oct 2021
Lovely cottage in a quiet location. My wife is a part time wheelchair user and the cottage was suitable for us, but it needs a strong pusher to get up the slope to the door.
By Elizabeth Raison
5 stars out of 5.
On Thursday, 21 Oct 2021
Excellent holiday cottage, very clean everything you need is supplied in the cottage. The welcome pack was very appreciated. It was in a perfect location for us, but might be a little out the way for some. No problem with the Internet. Would definitely stay again.
By Rachael Lockett
5 stars out of 5.
On Wednesday, 13 Oct 2021
The barn is in a lovely peaceful location. Very clean and well equipped with a fab shower. Alan is a great host and is easily contactable if necessary. Such a kind touch was the surprise of a Welcome Basket which we greatly appreciated. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and we hope to return again soon.
By Karen Woolway
5 stars out of 5.
On Wednesday, 29 Sep 2021
Lovely accommodation in a peaceful location easy access to the Dales and many sights nearby such as Fountains Abbey and Harlow Carr gardens.
3.3 stars out of 5.
On Saturday, 11 Sep 2021
Remote location tv and wi-fi reception very hit and miss only BBC iplayer consistant . Advertised as level access , but no grab bar in shower or non slip mat and like a skating ring if unsteady on your feet. Maybe if weather had been better we wouldn’t have minded the TV but for winter breaks
By Nicola Steadman
3.7 stars out of 5.
On Friday, 27 Aug 2021
Well received welcome basket, location is great as is local produce great sized bathroom, could do with chest of drawers in bedroom. Enjoyed the peaceful location with walks on your doorstep
By Howard Godfrey
5 stars out of 5.
On Monday, 19 Jul 2021
A very nice well proportion cottage (Barn Conversion) in a very quite nice area All round very good facilities and a great location and being dog friendly was excellent Also a nice welcome basket upon our arrival
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