Barney's Cottage sleeping up to 0 guests
At a Glance2 bedrooms, 2 bath/ shower rooms
Eco-friendly facilities Close to Darley Mill & Tea RoomsAbout this Holiday Cottage
Welcome to Barney's Cottage in Nidderdale. Situated just a short drive from the Spa town of Harrogate, this charming barn conversion provides the perfect base for country lovers, families, cyclists or walkers.
A welcome tray of award winning jams and chutneys which are made in the owner's farmhouse await your arrival.
The spacious lounge is filled with natural light through the gorgeous feature window and the room is presented with a large curved sofa, quality carved furnishings, a flat screen TV and DVD player. The kitchen/ dining room with window seats incorporates an ivory matt kitchen with onyx worktops and modern facilities such as a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge, freezer, microwave, electric oven and hob. There is also a dining table seating six, underfloor heating, a ground source heat pump and solar thermal hot water system.
Bedrooms / Bathrooms
The property has two ensuite bedrooms which offer beautiful views over Nidderdale. The master bedroom has a six foot super king size double bed which can be presented as two twins as requested. This bedroom also has an ensuite bathroom with separate shower, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. There is also a second twin bedroom with an ensuite shower room.
The cottage has a patio area with outdoor furniture and parking for two cars.
Other Things to Note
A welcome pack including Barney Farmhouse baked products is provided.
Bike hire and escorted tours can be organised locally.
A cot and high chair are provided.
A small camping and caravan site can be found at the farm but is located some distance from the cottage.
Short breaks of two nights or more may be available. Please note that we do not accept pets.
Around and About
A secret pathway behind the property leads to the nearby Wellington Inn. The attractions of Harrogate can be found a short drive away and the cottage is also close to the Darley Mill Centre and tea rooms.
Cot and Highchair