Lovely traditional house with good quality furnishings. Good rural location, spacious for five people. Daughter says the trampoline was great!13-Oct-2017
Further Guest Reviews
Spacious, decor, all mod cons, views, comfort, bathrooms vs bedrooms, cleanliness excellent, very much value for money. Zoe and Peter and wonderful 'hosts'. Grange House is just lovely and would like to return!23-Sep-2017
Unbelievable location - utterly peaceful, only sounds are sheep bleating and the stream burbling by!20-Aug-2017
The house is lovely, the description does not do it justice, Location, homeliness, decor, perfectly clean, value for money, everything. Zoe (the property owner) is lovely and friendly and helpful. We will definitely come again11-Aug-2017
Greeting by owners was nice and the cakes on arrival with the cheese was a welcome greeting. Great holiday thank you. Pleased with the number of bathrooms, size of the cottage for our party and the cleanliness was excellent30-Jul-2017
10/10 Home from home, attractive, large property with garden. Excellent welcoming hosts. Comfortable and so relaxing, space, peace and quiet and comfort. Cleanliness was excellent, faultless 10/10 and we're very picky! Zoe, the property owner, was lovely, so friendly and the extra touches of homemade cakes and flowers was delightful wouldn't change a thing27-May-2017
Everything first class, the cleanest property we have rented, value for money. Would like to return sometime19-May-2017
All beautiful! Fabulous views and picturesque location. Great furnishings and brilliant space. The property was spotless, beautifully furnished and a very warm welcome. Brilliant value for money14-Apr-2017
Very well appointed and nicely decorated etc. Perfectly clean.22-Oct-2016
Peace and quiet, beauty of location, the house was above and beyond our expectations, a fantastic place, outstanding! Spaciousness, quality of decor, immaculately clean, practical, well thoughtout, separate bathroom facilities for each bedroom. Lovely welcome from the property owners.08-Sep-2016
Location, size, trampoline, outside space, comfy beds, cleanliness excellent, friendly owners. Even better than described.18-Aug-2016
The standard of furnishings and decor, the facilities but above all the peace and quiet of the area. Very clean, the best we've ever stayed in for cleanliness. We were very happy with the accommodation and hosts and would not change anything.05-Aug-2016
We stayed here last year and it was everything we were looking for. Beautiful location, warmth, comfort, decor, facilities, pleasant and helpful owners.08-Apr-2016
Perfect balance between modern and old. With a very warm welcome on arrival. A beautiful property even more so than described. We will definitely return.12-Feb-2016
- Bedrooms: 4
- Sleeps: 7
- Pets: No
- Price £510 - £902 per week
SHORT BREAKS and flexible start days all year.
Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided. Oil-fired central heating, electricity and one basket of logs for multi-fuel stove included. Additional logs available to buy at the cottage.
3 televisions, Freesat, radio, DVD, Aga, double oven, microwave oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, automatic washer, tumble dryer, shaver points, hairdryers, electric blankets, cot and high chair, garden furniture, trampoline (available between April and October only).
Off road parking. Secure bicycle store. Free WiFi, reliable but slow. Telephone. Shop, pub, bus route 4 miles away in West Burton. Sorry, not suitable for pets. Strictly non smoking.
This property is on a spring water supply.
Description and Location
Near Walden Head the valley sides become steep and craggy on the flanks of Naughtbury Hill to the north and Brown Haw to the south narrowing the valley as it pierces the slopes of Buckden Pike. Here, where the meadows are squeezed against Walden Beck are four outlying houses one being Grange House, a former farmhouse, set in three acres of its own pastureland.
The main entrance at the side opens to a hallway with cloakroom facility and adjacent fully tiled shower room with washbasin and toilet. Off the hallway is a fully fitted kitchen with all that is needed for family catering including an oil-fired 'Aga' as well as an electric oven and a small breakfast table for those late or early risers. Through the kitchen is a spacious lounge with a multi-fuel stove and lovely views to the grounds and hillsides. Off the lounge is a cosy dining room with ample room for seven to enjoy relaxed, conversational meals. An inner hallway gives secondary access to the kitchen, dining room, ground floor double bedroom and front garden. This bedroom overlooks the front garden and can also be entered from the main hallway. The elegant stairway leads to a landing serving a master bedroom of character with double bed, intriguing beams, a fantastic view up the dale and a large en-suite shower room with washbasin, toilet and bidet. There is also a twin room and a single room with adjacent house bathroom with elegant roll top bath, washbasin and toilet.
The rear garden and extensive grounds, with stream and ornamental pond, can be reached from the kitchen, the front garden or by a separate gated entrance from the road which also provides extra parking. To the rear of the property is an external utility room with full washing and drying facilities, entered from the garden and shared with the owner.
The house is spacious and quite enchanting with a splendid mix of traditional and modern with delights at every turn. Exposed beams, ledged doors, wall panelling, tiles, decorative wallpapers, antique and contemporary furniture all to be enjoyed and that's just the inside. The gardens and grounds are extensive tranquil and close to nature with peace and freedom in every breath. This is a true hideaway home to be enjoyed by all who enter in.
A heating supplement of £40.00 per week will be charged from 27 October 2017 until 30 March 2018 and from 2 November 2018 until 4 January 2019. For short winter breaks the charge will be £7.00 per night.
Not titled 'dale' but a small picturesque dale non the less, at its head, the towering Buckden Pike, limiting access to neighbouring Wharfedale to only bridleways and footpaths, and at its foot the acclaimed village of West Burton sitting at the juncture of Walden, Bishopdale and Wensleydale.