A truly unique place to stay, but don't just take our word, please read the many 5 star reviews from our guests.
There is so much to do. The location is perfect for walking, or as serious cyclist will know, Pateley Bridge was a key location for the Tour de France. For those of us less energetic York and Harrogate are a short drive away for shopping or visiting places of interest, as well as the World Heritage Site of Fountains Abbey being a 10 minute drive.
Built in 1780 for the head gardener of Bewerley Hall Cottage is warm and cosy and full of character and original features, and only a few minutes walk from Pateley Bridge winner of village high street of the year 2016 and was voted in 2018 one of the best places in the UK to live. The cottage can be your second home for a short break or even longer. With views over Nidderdale from the rear of the cottage and the cherry tree lined village green to the front, the outlook from every window it is perfect. The gardens to both front and back are the ideal place to sit and sip a glass of wine.
You enter into the cottage by the sun room with views from its windows across the stone flagged courtyard over the dale. You then go into a contemporary style kitchen with the stone staircase in the corner and exposed ceiling. Lots of appliances and handy supplies such as foil and cling film, so no need to pack the kitchen sink! Another door leads off to a large boot room with WC and washer dryer, a perfect spot to dry damp clothes after a day's hiking, or to rub down your dog.One step from the kitchen to the sitting room with a large log burner sitting in the stone fireplace, wooden ceiling, comfortable sofa and leather library chair. There are books,maps, DVD, CD and WiFi is also available along with an iPod docking station. It is then up the stone steps to the romantic bedroom with a king sized bed dressed with Egyptian cotton bedding. Finally the large en suite bathroom comes with walk in shower and slipper bath, complete with luxury Heyland and Whittle toiletries .
Outdoor there is garden furniture in both the rear and front gardens so you can soak up the sun. There is also two off street parking spaces so no need to worry about your car if you decide to spend a day walking.