Hall Farm Cottage

Sleeps 6 +0 (Max) 3 Bedroom(s) 1 Bathroom(s) Whole house Wifi

Check-in begins at 15:00. Check-in closes at 20:00.

You will be asked to check-out before 10:00.

Prices from £550 - £1,600 (Weekly).

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A traditional country cottage (sleeping 6) with pebbled driveway and garden area suitable for several vehicles with secure bike storage.

A grade two listed, 3 bedroomed cottage, which sleeps 6, set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales (Swaledale) including secure storage for bikes, with pebbled driveway (suitable for several vehicles) and secure garden area (stone walled and gated).

Availability

Sleeping arrangements

1 Double Bedroom
1 Twin Bedroom
1 Bunk Bedroom

Interior layout

Entrance door to lobby area which leads to ground floor lounge area with two settees and chair. There is a log burning stove with traditional feature fireplace.
From the lounge is the hallway with a separate toilet and sink. 4 steps take you down into the kitchen and dining area which has a fridge containing a small freezer compartment, separate wine cooler, washing machine, electric oven and hob. 6 seater dining table and chairs and Welsh dresser unit. There is a further lobby area which leads to the external kitchen door.
From the hallway, stairs lead you to the first floor which contain the bedrooms and shower room. The main bedroom is accessed via two steps down and has a king size sleigh bed, side tables, dressing table and wardrobe as well as a built in sink unit.
The second bedroom has twin beds, a feature fire place and wardrobes. The third bedroom has 3ft bunk beds.
The shower room contains a large electric shower, sink and toilet.

Exterior

Traditional stone built cottage with secure garden area, large pebbled driveway and garden area.

Facilities

  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Cooking hob
  • Oven
  • Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Bath towels provided
  • Bedding provided
  • Cot/ Travel cot
  • High chair
  • Iron / Ironing board
  • Washing machine
  • Coffee machine
  • Dining area
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Radio
  • Smart TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Freeview / Freesat TV
  • Board games / puzzles
  • Streaming service (such as Netflix)
  • Internet access
  • Telephone
  • Free Wifi
  • Main door / Private entrance
  • BBQ 1
  • Private garden 1
  • Garden dining furniture
  • Designated/ Private parking
  • Free parking
  • Wood burning stove 1
  • Central heating
  • Pets allowed (fees may apply) 2
  • Bathroom(s) 1

Secure bike storage and multiple vehicle parking.

Great for

  • Countryside
  • Family
  • Secluded

Accessibility

Stairs lead from the kitchen/dining room up to the ground floor hallway. Stairs lead from the ground floor hallway to the first floor landing/bedrooms/bathroom.

Rules

  • No parties
  • No smoking

Secure bike storage and multiple vehicle parking.

Location (Richmond)

Hall Farm Cottage, Richmond, England

Parking

  • Free parking (outdoor)

Long driveway for multiple vehicles.

Nearby

Nestled in the Hamlet of Hurst, Hall Farm Cottage is a walkers and bikers (both road and mountain) paradise. Cycling has a great place in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales and played a key part in the Tour de France in 2014 passing through Reeth and Grinton. There are some famous hills to try your climbing skills such as Buttertubs Pass, but this is not for the faint hearted. We have the wonderful Dales Bike Centre on our doorstep in Grinton where you can hire bikes, make repairs, go on tours, or simply call in for a well earned coffee, sandwich and fabulous cake. There is also the Swaledale trail to try out your biking skills which is 20km and joins the two towns of Reeth and Keld.

For the walkers (2 and 4 legged) you can step out of the cottage straight onto the Moors and take various routes down to Reeth and Grinton, whilst the more adventurous can venture over to Booze, Calver Hill and Arkengarthdale. There will be lots of opportunities to take on board refreshments as there are many great hostelries and cafes along the way.

If you drive through to Leyburn there is also the famous Leyburn Shawl walk which gives you stunning views of Wensleydale and takes you through the Wensley Falls which is close to the White Rose candle shop and Three Horseshoes which provides a well earned rest and pit stop. As many experienced walkers will know, Reeth and Richmond are key points on the Wainwrights Coast to Coast walking route too.

The historic town of Richmond is also only a short drive away and has the wonderful attraction of the castle which you can visit and also take a walk around and see the stunning views over the river Swale. The Station is also a key focal point of the town with many independent shops including a cinema, swimming pool, bakeries, cafes, brewery and restaurants.

There are lots of other places to visit within this area which are a short drive away such as Masham, which is home to the BlackSheep brewery, and Hawes which is also home to the Wensleydale Creamery visitor centre - if you love cheese then this is well worth a visit. Bedale, for the adults, is home to the Masons Gin distillery and for the little ones is The Big Sheep & Little Cow farm where they can meet and greet lots of farmyard animals. Northallerton and Barnard Castle have lots to offer too with lots of individual shops. For those with a sweet tooth we have our very own chocolate factory and shop in Leyburn which produce high quality artisanal chocolate using only the fine ingredients which is ethically sourced. Another attraction within Leyburn is the Forbidden corner which is a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises all contained within 4 acres. ideal for the adventurers and those young at heart.

If you are the attracted more to the elements then we have some stunning waterfalls and such as Aysgarth falls, which was made more famous in the film Robin Hood Prince of Thieves. Kisdon, East Gill, Wain Wath, and one of the highest unbroken waterfalls in England Hardraw Force provide stunning views and some outdoor swimming.

If you are seeking more artistic and cultural visits then we have a few galleries such as Scenicview Gallery in Reeth and The Old School Muker Art Gallery and Craft Centre in Muker. For museums we have the Swaledale museum on our doorstep in Reeth, Hawes Ropemaker and Dales Countryside Museum.

If you are spending some time up here in the Dales and wish to go further afield then a drive to the East coast towns of Whitby and Scarborough or Saltburn are highly recommended. Some great beaches. Or alternatively hop onto the A66 and drive West to visit the Lake District.

  • Horse riding
  • Swimming (Indoor)
  • Cycle hire
  • Cycle paths
  • Golf
  • Hiking
  • Squash court(s)
  • Tennis court(s)
  • Fishing
  • Gym
  • Leisure centre
  • Shops
  • Supermarket
  • Express supermarket
  • Bar / Pub
  • Restaurants
  • Café
  • Galleries
  • Museum
  • Theatre
  • Parking
  • Playground

Dalby forest is located approx 74 miles away and offers 13 walking trails, 6 cycling trails, 4 running trails, play areas and the Go Ape centre providing the tree top challenge, tree top adventure and forest Segway.

  • Views of…
  • Countryside
  • Hillside
  • Panoramic

Reviews

Guestbook reviews

We have had a wonderful stay at the cottage. We had everything we needed. The views were lovely on our walks, especially the walk to the valley. Stunning location and will definitely visit again. Thank you.

Josh, Surita, Gabby and Ell

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Thank you for a lovely North Yorkshire break. We had a lovely peaceful stay and enjoyed the surrounding walks (and pubs).

The Burns Clan (Doncaster)

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We have all really enjoyed our stay this week in Hall Farm Cottage. We knew very little about the area prior to our stay and have loved exploring the surrounding villages and of course the moors. The cottage is very homely and larger than we expected, particularly the lounge (we don't think the pictures do it justice). We have loved watching the rabbits, you are never really alone they are everywhere. We would definitely recommend the cottage and the area.

Julia, Gareth, Emma Thomas & Jasper (Stockport)

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Thank you. We have had a lovely stay at Hall Farm Cottage which had everything we needed. We have had a very active week walking and cycling from the cottage everyday, except on the one rainy dat when we visited the castes in Richmond, Barnard Castle and Bowes by car. We have also stopped at some interesting pubs on our travels including the remote Tan him Inn, the highest in Britain and a tasty meal at the Black Bull, Reeth. We have very much enjoyed the amazing views from the cottage.
Gay, Richard & Tom Adam (Kent)

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