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Masongill Lodge
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Masongill Lodge

Set within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Masongill Lodge offers walks from the front door. The Grade II listed longhouse in Masongill dates back to 1709 and promises a paddock and landscaped garden with wonderful views, plus an interior boasting character and contemporary comforts, and two log fires.

The spacious grounds connect the cottage to the surrounding national park and include a paddock and a private landscaped garden with mature plants and a furnished space for dining al fresco and admiring the views.

The drawing room features a flagstone floor and cosy wood-burning stove, while the sitting room boasts an inglenook fireplace and the second wood-burning stove. The well-equipped kitchen contains Aga and the elegant dining room, as well as French windows to the rear terrace and garden.

Character and modern comforts continue in the bedrooms, which include a twin room and a room with 3' zip and link beds, plus a double room with 4'6'' brass and iron bed and en-suite shower room, and a master room with a 5' brass bed, walk-through dressing room and en-suite with bath and shower attachment. The family bathroom contains a shower over a bath.

Visitors to Masongill Lodge are spoilt with character and access to the national park and can rely on WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as two digital LCD TVs with Sky Freesat or Freeview, DVD players and CD and radio/cassette player.

Masongill Lodge lies within Yorkshire Dales National Park and walks lead right from its door. The cottage is also close to Ingleborough peak, Ingleton waterfalls, White Scar Cave, Settle/Carlisle railway, Sizergh Castle, Levens Hall, Holker Hall and the Lune Valley.

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