Lynnian was in the area I was looking to stay in and had all the facilities I wanted. Very close to all the village facilities, yet away from all the hussle and bussle. Spotlessly clean with everything in excellent condition13-Oct-2018
Further Guest Reviews
Lynnian is ideal for two and near the market place in Masham, this is our third visit to the apartment. Spotless with everything you could need. Everything thought of, value for money, described perfectly29-Sep-2018
Location, peaceful area. Very clean and milk/fudge was a nice touch. The cottage was clean and tidy.We had an enjoyable stay and would return again and have already recommended to friends22-Sep-2018
Ideal location, described as quiet, photos showed a comfortable and smart property. Suitable for a couple. High standard, everything we needed, cleanliness excellent, very homely, lovely neighbours, lovely town, great kitchen, everything worked, value for money - sorry too many positives.16-Sep-2018
- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Pets: Yes
- Price £274 - £428 per week
Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided. Gas central heating and electricity included.
2 televisions, Freeview, DVD, radio, CD, hob, oven, microwave oven, fridge, automatic washer, dishwasher, shaver point, hairdryer.
Off-road parking. Free WiFi.
Shops, pubs, bus route, restaurant, nearby.
One small well behaved dog welcome. Strictly non smoking.
Description and Location
In the historical parts of town, around the market place, are many narrow streets and wynds linking small courtyards and cul-de-sacs which are from Georgian times and earlier. One such street is College Lane, at a bend in the lane sits a splendid two storey brick building dating back to the 18th century with the ground floor once a home of the Masham Women's Institute. Lynnian is on the first floor of the residence and is accessed from The Courtyard to the side.
Entry to the apartment is from a private external stairway which leads to the main hallway serving all the rooms. Immediately on the left is a stylish tiled shower room with washbasin and toilet. Further along the hall and to the left is an open plan living space with lounge and kitchen. The lounge has comfortable seating and electric flame wall fireplace and views down College Lane and into The Courtyard. The well-equipped modern kitchen is separated from the lounge by an island dining area perfect for lazy breakfasts or romantic dinners. To the right of the hallway is a pretty double bedroom with a wall mounted television and walk-in wardrobe and views over The Courtyard.
This is a modern, stylish apartment with an element of panache in the fixtures and furnishings illustrated by the black kitchen tiles and worktops in stark contrast to the white units. In the lounge there are also the splashes of bright colour from the leather settee, easy chair and curtains against a warm cream background. A cosy haven for two only a stone's throw from the market place and river walks. A short drive takes you to the Yorkshire Dales, Ripon City and the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it's all to hand.
Where the steep flanks of the dominant Penhill, separating Wensleydale and Coverdale, gently recede towards the convergence of the rivers Ure and Cover the high fells of Wensleydale are left behind but the southern hillsides of Coverdale continue towards Witton Fell. Here, as the valleys merge, sheltered from the prevailing westerly weather on the lowest reaches of Penhill sits Middleham. The ancient sentinel protecting the once important Pennine crossing to Skipton and Lancashire.