gunnerside cottage hillways
Luxury self catering holiday cottage (sleeps 4), in Gunnerside, the heart of Swaledale, Yorkshire Dales National Park.
1780's traditional local stone built, Miners Cottage (originally thought to have been 2 cottages) has bags of character and original features. It has been renovated to a high standard and kitted out with all mod cons. The views are fantastic over the green, to the village and valley beyond.
Free wifi throughout cottage
Lounge with multi-fuel stove & 42 inch Samsung flatscreen, Freesat TV, DVD
Bedroom 1 - kingsize bed with 32 inch Samsung Smart TV
Bedroom 2 - twin beds or super king
Shower Room/WC - newly fitted to high spec
Lots of original features - cupboards with stone shelves, ceiling beams, stone flagged floor in kitchen .....
Outside - south facing patio with furniture and unspoilt views
Bike Store to rear (lockable)
Pub: The Kings Head with great ales & food - 2 minute walk
This is an ideal getaway cottage to escape the hustle and bustle of busy lives. Fantastic walks from the doorstep in all directions, to blow the cobwebs away. Great evenings in the summer with a glass of wine and local cheese on the south facing patio or in the winter cosied up by the fire. We love to unwind in our cottage.
Gunnerside is one of the prettiest villages in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is located in the heart of Swaledale, surrounded by traditional farm meadows and fells. During the summer the beautiful buttercup meadows can be seen. Gunnerside Beck runs through the centre of the village, joining the Swale by the main bridge. There are amazing walks up the Beck to the old lead mines and Gunnerside Gill.
Gunnerside is a fantastic base to explore the Yorkshire Dales National Park on foot, by bike or by car.
Hillways can be seen at the top of the green (white line pointing to it). To get to the Kings Head, you need to pass the Tea Rooms.
During summer the buttercup meadows can been seen - from bed. Top right photo - cottage can be seen between white building and tree.
Our favourite short walk is through the meadows (next to pub) and back along the River Swale
Well behaved dogs like Percy are welcome