Cherry Tree Cottage
- Bedrooms: 2
- Sleeps: 4
- Pets: No
- Price £318 - £576 per week
SPRING BANK HOLIDAY! : 27 until 31 May, 3 nights £390.00, 4 nights £416.00
Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided. Thermostatically controlled electric radiators, fuel for open fire and electricity included.
Colour television, Freeview, radio/cassette/CD player, DVD, video, hob, oven, microwave oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, automatic washer, tumble dryer, shaver point, hair dryer, cot and high chair, barbecue, garden furniture. Secure bicycle store. Parking for one car in front of the cottage.
Shop and pub 300 yards. Bus route nearby.
Strictly non smoking. Sorry, not suitable for pets.
Description and Location
Cherry Tree Cottage is a quaint stone built cottage which offers delightful accommodation lovingly cared for and interestingly converted with its bedrooms at ground level and living space on the first floor. The cottage sits peacefully in a small cul-de-sac just a few paces from the village green and has a private paved garden to the side.
A hallway provides access to the first floor stairway, two bedrooms and a stylish bathroom with bath, shower, washbasin and toilet. One bedroom contains a double bed, with an original fitted cupboard and large picture window to over look the garden. The other bedroom has two single beds and a separate washbasin.
The first floor opens into a comfortable lounge with traditional open hearth fireplace and beamed ceiling with views over the garden and the dale. Adjoining is a beautifully fitted and well equipped kitchen/dining room with views over the rooftops to the splendour of Wensleydale beyond.
A snug cottage tastefully decorated and with quality furnishings give a light and airy feel whist retaining it's charming character offering accommodation of a very high standard.
Please note this cottage is let on a Friday to Friday basis.
About West Burton
West Burton, acclaimed by many to be one of the most beautiful villages in England, rests snugly in a deep sheltered valley at the juncture of Walden Dale, Bishopdale and Wensleydale. Nearby, high fell sides rise steeply to form a spectacular setting to this most picturesque of dales villages, and on climbing can give unrivalled panoramas of the surrounding dales and distant views of the Vale of York and North York Moors.