Stable Cottage


Set on our own working farm, Stable Cottage is part of a converted traditional stone barn dating back to the 1880’s. It has a wealth of original features such as exposed stone, oak beams and arched windows and comprises ideal family accommodation – on the ground floor the entrance has a large mat and wooden floor with ample space for coats and boots; a spacious living room; a fully fitted dining kitchen and a double bedroom. The first floor has a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, a twin bedded room and house bathroom.

Kitchen/Dining Area

The spacious dining kitchen is fully fitted with full size electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer and dishwasher.

Lounge

The large original arched window has panoramic views towards Malham Cove and original stone steps leading up to the first floor. The electric wood burner effect stove gives that extra heat and cheerful glow in the winter months.

Master Bedroom with Ensuite

This spacious bedroom has stripped pine flooring and original pine beams with a king sized bed and ensuite shower room leading off.

Twin Bedroom

This bedroom has twin pine beds, a stripped pine floor and original large pine beams

Double Bedroom

This large bedroom, off the lounge, has a double bed and views towards Malham Cove.

House Bathroom

The house bathroom is fitted with a spa bath, whb, wc and separate shower.

Garden

The enclosed garden has a flagged patio area with summer BBQ and garden furniture – an ideal spot for relaxing and taking in the fantastic view of the Yorkshire Dales and Malham Cove. The lawned area is large enough for ball games.

Find out availability

 

Short breaks are available from November to Easter excluding school holidays

3 Nights starting on a Friday – From £386
4 Nights starting on a Monday – From £386
Full Week starting on a Saturday- From £496
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