This lovely grade II listed farmhouse is a stone-built detached building, set on the side of Wild Boar Fell. With breathtaking views of the Howgills and the surrounding countryside, the property was constructed in the early 1600s and as is equipped to a high standard with antique furniture and many original features. The farmhouse kitchen is impressive and boasts low beams, stone flooring and a cosy wood-burning stove. The spacious lounge offers an open fire to provide guests with a warm, comfortable holiday cottage in a stunning, tranquil setting. With so much to see and do in the surrounding area, visitors will be spoiled for choice.
Three bedrooms: 1 x super king-size double, 1 x twin, 1 x family room with twin beds and 2' 3" single. Bathroom with bath, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area and woodburner. Sitting room with open fire.
Electric storage heaters with woodburner and open fire. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dryer, small TV for DVDs only, DVD, CD, selection of books and games, WiFi (can be intermittent). Electricity and starter pack for fires inc. in rent, purchase extra from owner. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair on request. Off road parking for 4 cars. Garden with patio and furniture. Storage area for bikes/hiking gear. Sorry, no smoking. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Shop 6 miles, pub 3 miles. Note: No TV channels. Note: Water supplied from fell; safe for washing but brown in appearance and can taste "peaty"; please bring own bottled water for drinking. Note: Cottage accessed via 500 yard long track, access difficult in very snowy/icy/wet conditions. Note: Due to intermittent WiFi signal in the property, guests are welcome to use WiFi at The Kings Head pub in Ravenstonedale.
Set at the foot of the Howgill Fells is the tranquil village of Ravenstonedale, situated between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. This rural village is a thriving local community and still retains many of its traditional buildings including a Parish church and the remains of an old Gilbertine Priory. Hill farming remains the primary source of income throughout the area and an agricultural show is still held once a year. The area offers many walking and cycling trails through outstanding countryside, whilst the village itself was once described by the famous author, A. Wainwright, as one of Westmorland's loveliest villages. Visitors can enjoy the Settle to Carlisle Railway Line or the magnificent Howgill Fells in addition to the stunning Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks.
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Reviews for Wray Green
The cottage was beautiful, it was comfortable and well equipped, cosy and welcoming. The views were to die for and we will definitely be booking again.
Reviews are the subjective opinions of previous guests and not of Remarkable Holidays Ltd