A quaint wooden chalet set beside a babbling brook near Scorton, on the edge of the Forest of Bowland AONB, that can sleep two people in one double bedroom.
This delightful, ground floor wooden chalet is situated in a wooden field, beside a babbling brook, two miles from Scorton on the edge of the Forest of Bowland AONB. A wooden bridge across the brook provides access to the property, and a wooden deck that wraps around the front of the property with a table and chairs, as well as a hot tub. Inside is an open plan kitchen and sitting area with a woodburner, along with a shower room and pretty double bedroom. There is ample off road parking, a picnic bench at the back of the chalet and the shops and pubs in Scorton can be reached over fields in 15 minutes. A wonderful, romantic retreat!
Amenities: Calor gas central heating with woodburning stove. Combi microwave/oven, gas hob, fridge, washing machine, TV with FreeSat, WiFi. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Additional fuel available from owner at £5 a bag. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Ample off road parking. Decked side terrace with furniture and hot tub. Rear garden with picnic bench. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 2 miles (20 mins walk on lane through fields). Note: Property beside a stream and accessed via wooden bridge. Note: Some distant road noise can be heard outside. Note: Owners home is 500 yards up the track. It cannot be seen from the property.
Region: Impressive mountains, open fells and clear-water lakes, the Lake District has it all. From walking in the mountains to exhilarating watersports or just a gentle cruise on a steam-powered yacht, Cumbria is the perfect holiday destination.
Town: Scorton is a village in Nether Wyresdale, on the very edge of the Forest of Bowland AONB. Although it was originally developed around the cotton mill and railway in the 19th Century, today it is most popular with walkers and cyclists seeking refreshment in one of its many pubs. The village also hosts regular Food & Gift Fairs, where you can browse a delightful selection of stalls selling cheese, preserves, jewellery and crafts, to name but a few.
Nicky Nook, its best known landmark, sits at the back of the village and, as it is only a short distance from the A6, the village is a wonderful starting point for exploring Lancashire and the Lake District.