Built-in 1560, Scargill Castle epitomises country charm. The pet-friendly romantic cottage in Scargill, Yorkshire, emerges from the ruins of an old castle and features exposed beams, oak floors, a wood-burning stove, period furnishings and modern comforts, as well as seclusion and countryside views.
Scargill Castle promises romance. The gorgeous rural cottage in Scargill, Yorkshire is surrounded by rolling green hills and sits on the site of a castle dating back to 1560. The pet-friendly cottage rewards couples with exposed beams, a traditional fireplace with wood burner and oak floors, as well as other traditional features.
Farms and countryside provide an idyllic backdrop to the castle, which boasts an enclosed, private courtyard with a furnished area for al fresco dining, drinks at sunset and quiet time with that special person.
The arched entrance hall leads from the garden into the dining hall with views and a long oak table, plus ornate roof beams carved from ancient oak trees. Overlooking the Tudor gardens is the well-equipped kitchen, while spiral stone stairs lead up to the living room with oak floors, period furnishings and a wood-burning stove set in Tudor fireplace.
The charming bedroom lies further up the spiral staircase, and it features an oak floor and a double bed, as well as mood lighting in the exposed timber beams. The bathroom contains a roll-top bath and separate shower.
Couples enjoying Scargill Castle are blessed with rural charm and fresh country air and can rely on WiFi, amenities for young children, BBQ, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as Digital TV, DVD player and iPod Dock.
Scargill Castle sits by a working farm in Scargill and is within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District National Park and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, as well as Greta Bridge, Barningham and Barnard Castle.