Edmund’s Cottage in the quaint Yorkshire village of Crakehall is one of three holiday homes that combine original features with contemporary comforts, a dog-friendly cottage with a garden hot tub, exposed beams, Smart TVs in the lounge and first-floor master, and riverside views of Bedale Beck.
Part of a three-cottage group of holiday homes nestled in the quaint Yorkshire village of Crakehall, Edmund’s Cottage offers comfortable and relaxing accommodations for couples and small families in the lower Yorkshire Dales.
This child-friendly cottage might lie in a rural setting, but that doesn’t mean it skimps on modern amenities. The property offers Wi-Fi service and Smart TVs in the sitting room and first-floor master bedroom, as well as a well-equipped kitchen and garden hot tub to soak and relax as you let the concerns of everyday life wash away. However, Edmund’s Cottage still has plenty of period features, including exposed beams and original windows.
The spacious lounge includes sofas arranged around the electric imitation wood-burner for guests to gather and watch their favourite show on the large flat-screen TV. The kitchen comes with a dining space overlooking the garden.
Upstairs, the master bedroom comes with exposed beams and an electric imitation wood-burner to keep you comfy and warm, while a second double bedroom and large family bathroom complete your accommodation. Outside, a lawn area with furniture overlooks the bridge and Bedale Beck that splits the village in two.
If you enjoy walking with your dogs, the nearby dales and valleys beckon, with miles of picturesque walking routes at your doorstep. Pop into the Bay Horse Inn, a classic village pub, or pamper yourself at The Secret Spa, a tranquil hideaway overlooking the stunning countryside. The nearby market town of Bedale is steeped in history, offering a weekly market, an 18-hole golf course, and various craft and antique shops, cafes, and pubs.