This 200-year old, terraced cottage in Gayles, North Yorkshire, sleeps six people in four bedrooms.
From: 326.00 - 792.00
This first-class 16th century stone-built barn conversion is located on a working cattle farm one mile from the pretty village of Ravensworth and can sleep five people in two bedrooms.
This luxury property near Ravensworth sleeps twelve people in six bedrooms.
This 16th Century, stone-built barn conversion which is located on a working farm in the Yorkshire Dales village of Ravensworth sleeps seven people in three bedrooms.
High Dalton Hall Cottage is situated on a working family hill farm in an elevated position overlooking the breathtaking countryside of North Yorkshire and Teesdale. 6 miles from Barnard Castle and Richmond. Open your curtains to a picturesque farm scene of sheep and cattle grazing in the fields, ducks on the pond …
Open plan sitting/dining room with oak fitted kitchen area. Double bedroom. Two single bedrooms. Shower room/WC.
This one bedroom property situated on a courtyard in the village of Gilling West is a wonderful place for a romantic retreat for couples wanting to explore the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales.
This property, full of character and charm, makes an excellent country holiday spot for up to four people, with sleeping arrangements across a double room and an en suite twin.
This stone barn conversion, five minutes walk from the village of Gilling West, three miles from Richmond can sleep ten people in four bedrooms.
Sleeping up to seven people in four bedrooms, this well appointed bungalow is in the grounds of a quiet caravan park three miles from Richmond.
Sleeping four people in two bedrooms, this end terraced cottage in Richmond is an ideal base for a family break in Yorkshire.
This terraced, stone-built cottage is situated in the hamlet of Ovington, near Barnard Castle and sleeps two people.
This semi-detached, stone-built cottage is situated in the hamlet of Ovington, near Barnard Castle and sleeps two people.
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