This Yorkshire Farmhouse, set in the Yorkshire Dales and under 20 minutes from the luxurious spa town of Harrogate, is purpose built to host friends and family all year round. Because if you thought three spacious double bedrooms inside the main house was enough, the additional one bedroom guest annexe really is the cherry on top.
With a Queen size bed, original beams and feature brickwork, this grand annexe bedroom offers guests their own slice of the northern countryside. And with its own en suite, featuring a period roll top bath, guests have everything they need to get ready for the day ahead in the privacy of their own quarters.
Adjacent to the bedroom and en suite, this quaint seating and dressing area is the perfect spot for guests to take in a morning coffee, catch up on the news and pick out their wardrobe for the day.
And when it comes to breakfast, guests have a tough choice to make: head downstairs to their very own breakfast room or venture across to the house to catch a bite to eat at the kitchen table.
Wide awake and feeling refreshed, it’s time to enjoy the acres of land this countryside retreat sits on. Starting in the pebbled seating area to the south west of the house, this idyllic spot is set amongst four raised beds of deep purple ‘Queen of Night’ tulips, nestled between two white blossom trees overlooking the picturesque countryside below.
Or perhaps a seat on the terrace is on the agenda, relaxing into the luxurious rattan furniture, gazing out to the luscious lawns, manicured hedges and fields beyond, making plans for the day ahead: discovering the Dales, a spa afternoon in Harrogate or a day trip to the great northern city of Leeds just a train ride away.
Returning from a day exploring north Yorkshire, with the sun setting over the annexe building to the west and golden hour lighting fills the garden room with a seasonal glow, guests can take a breather, sit back and spend a few hours snoozing, playing games and catching up.
With a few hours of garden room relaxation down and dusk finally falling, it’s time for a late night dinner. Perhaps a candlelit, formal affair in the dining room is on the cards. Or, if guests are happy in their comfies, ready to pop on a shawl and await the night time stars above, then this dusk dining setup is a dreamy delight to enjoy before heading back to bed, ready to start another day in the countryside tomorrow.
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