Fell Beck enjoys dual aspect views of the adjacent beck and lies on the edge of the lovely village of Burnsall. The stone-built rural cottage boasts true character and modern comforts and features a wood-burning stove as well as a sun-lit courtyard. Relax in style & explore the region of Yorkshire.
Fell Beck is a delightful stone-built cottage on the outskirts of the village of Burnsall in Yorkshire. The charming rural cottage enjoys dual aspect views of the beck and offers visitors contemporary comforts, a lovely courtyard and a wood-burning stove.
The furnished courtyard allows guests to chase the sun and relax with a meal or a glass of wine while admiring the views of the surrounding area. Fire up the barbecue on sunny days..
Inside the stone walls, visitors will find a cottage furnished to a high standard and with attention to detail. The modern, well-equipped kitchen allows for the easy preparation of delicious meals, and the generous sitting room incorporates the dining area and remains warm and cosy thanks to the wood-burning stove.
The same attention to detail is found in the bedrooms, which include a master bedroom with extensive views and a 5' bed, TV and dressing room, plus en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower and bath. The twin room also enjoys views of the fell, while the family bathroom contains a bath with handheld shower over.
Visitors enjoying Fell Beck are treated to lovely views and fresh air and are provided with WiFi, amenities for young children, parking, central heating and laundry facilities, as well as TV, DVD, iPod dock and a selection of DVDs, books and board games.
Fell Beck is surrounded by the Yorkshire countryside, close to Burnsall. The cottage also places visitors close to Skipton, Grassington, Bolton Abbey and Upper Wharfedale, as well as Malham Cove, Hawes and York.