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Old Cartmel Cottage,

Middleham, Yorkshire Dales
Sleeps 2
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Change Fri
No Dogs
5
star
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Luxury
Romantic
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Romantic and cosy North Yorkshire holiday cottage for two guests
  • Perfectly blends traditional and contemporary styles
  • Perfect location for walkers and those wishing to explore the Yorkshire Dales
  • Village location close to pubs and tearooms
  • Charming courtyard garden
  • Within short driving distance of top visitor attractions like Middleham Castle
Property code: G0102

This exquisite one-bedroom holiday cottage is set at the heart of Middleham, offering a mature and sophisticated style throughout this property is a superb choice for a romantic break.

The pretty village of Middleham sits nestled between two rivers and is home to the largest castle in the North of England, once the seat of Richard III. The village's picturesque cobbled streets are home to several good pubs, local shops and galleries, while the beautiful expanse of Wensleydale, including the popular Aysgarth Falls (8.5 miles) and Bolton Castle (7.5 miles), are all in the locality. For antiques enthusiasts, Leyburn, just 4 miles from Middleham, is home to the biggest auction centre outside of London.

This bijou stone-built cottage has elegant decor throughout that blends classic style with contemporary comfort. Downstairs the handsome porch leads to an open-plan living space with a window seat perfect for spotting the race-horses trotting up the village en-route to the gallops; a wood-burning stove effect fire keeps everything nice and toasty after a day exploring. The compact but perfectly formed kitchen comes equipped with everything you'll need: there's an electric oven and ceramic hob, fridge, microwave and, for your convenience, also a small freezer under the stairs - well you'll need ice for your G & T. A charming bespoke wooden staircase takes you up to the gorgeous bedroom, complete with an adorable view of the village outside. Next to the bedroom is the bathroom with a generous walk-in shower and WC.

To the front of the cottage is a well-maintained courtyard garden: a heavenly spot for lunch alfresco in the warmer months.

  • Bedroom: 1 double
  • Bathroom: 1 bathroom with shower cubicle and WC
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave, freezer
  • TV/DVD with Freeview
  • Electric wood burner effect fire
  • Coffee Machine has been replaced with a Cafetiere with ground coffee in welcome pack
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Courtyard garden
  • Regret dogs
  • This property does not accept children
  • Electricity and heating included
  • Pub and shops under 0.25 miles
  • Parking is available opposite the cottage and is on a first come first served basis. Further free parking is available in the market place 100 yards away

This property joined our collection in the last 12 months and is managed by Marion.

Reviews

From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 21 guest ratings

Overall cleanliness
5
Overall equipment
5
Overall comfort
4.8
Overall location
5

Reviewed by Paul, 18th October 2019

Beautiful cottage! A great base to explore the Yorkshire Dales. The cottage itself is small and cosy and the welcome hamper and toiletries a lovely touch.

Reviewed by John M, 20th September 2019

Enjoyed the location, parking was ok, may be a problem in high summer, we like the area for its horses and trainers yards, also a good area for walking and visiting local attractions. The cottage is very well equipped, you want for nothing and the welcome hamper was very much appreciated.

Reviewed by Harold, 5th July 2019

cottage was in a good location for touring the local area and was a short walk to the village amenities.

Reviewed by Iain, 10th May 2019

Service and food at Richard 111 & Dante hotels poor. You do get a plateful but prefer quality to quantity No food at Black Bull but beer good. Not the most welcoming. Wyenslydale Hotel new owners so early doors. Went that extra mile to please. Comments about Portion sizes & prices. You cannot compare this hotel to the others. Its the difference betRead moreween quantity & quality. Different offerings maybe for a different clientel. Hide

Reviewed by Colette, 20th February 2019

Lovely place thought of everything.

Reviewed by shirley, 19th February 2019

Very lovely cottage ...cozy and warm ...everything you would need ...For a couple to enjoy .

Reviewed by Nicola, 10th February 2019

Lovely cottage just enough room for 2, immaculate inside, everything you need. Great window seat for watching the horses go by.

Reviewed by Susan, 29th January 2019

Lovely stay and the cottage although small had everything you need for a comfortable and enjoyable stay.It was spotlessly clean and the hamper and flowers were a great addition.

Reviewed by Pauline, 3rd January 2019

Immaculate quaint cottage , which whilst compact, makes excellent use of space and ideal for two. Furnished and equipped to a high standard which lots of attention to detail. Fantastic location in the heart of Middleham with pubs and local amenities literally within seconds. Would definitely stay again.

Reviewed by Carol, 22nd December 2018

A very comfortable and cosy retreat to relax and enjoy some downtime, in a beautiful location. Just perfect.

Reviewed by Alan, 4th December 2018

Fantastic - would highly recommend Alan

Reviewed by Graham, 1st December 2018

Excellent cottage, very cosy, excellent shower - all you need, really enjoyed our stay

Reviewed by Lynn, 4th November 2018

Great holiday in a comfortable ,well appointed cottage. Everything was spotlessly clean and the welcome basket was a lovely touch. Lots of places to visit in the surrounding area and local hostelries provided some lovely evening meals. Being awoken each morning to the gentle clip clop of race horses of to the gallops was a unique alarm!

Reviewed by Julia, 21st October 2018

A lovely cottage, everything we needed plus some thoughtful touches, the toiletries, dressing gowns and the welcome hamper gave the 5star feel. We will definitely try to go back!

Reviewed by Julie, 10th September 2018

Small but compact. Has everything you need. Lovely hamper in kitchen, toiletries and even fresh flowers. Cannot fault anything. Nice having morning tea/toast in front garden and horses from stables going by upto the gallops for their morning run.Very clean and comfortable.

Reviewed by Carol, 23rd August 2018

Beautiful cottage, lovely village, everything you needed inside, and exceptionally clean and tidy. Plenty of local areas to eat and friendly people, a few antique shops to brows and fantastic walks. A few miles out there are lots of interesting places to visit and brochures in the cottage to plan your stay.

Reviewed by Anony, 29th July 2018

Perfect small cosy cottage in excellent location. The cottage was very clean & well equipped. It was comfortable and cosy. The cottage had everything you would expect to find in luxury accommodation including a welcome pack, gowns, towels and luxury toiletries.

Reviewed by Judith, 22nd July 2018

Spotlessly clean. Fantastic location. Loved staying here.

Reviewed by Rosemary, 3rd June 2018

Lovely little cottage.

Reviewed by David, 25th April 2018

Awesome!

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