Property code: 88656
Resting on the outskirts of the village of Kirkby Fleetham, within the grounds of the magnificent Kirkby Fleetham Hall, this retreat offers two guests a homely base for some adventures in the North Yorkshire countryside. The North York Moors are 23 miles east and Yorkshire Dales 18 miles west, making this an ideal base for keen walkers and cyclists. Within the grounds are beautifully landscaped gardens, a lake, St Mary's Church and a private woodland where you are free to roam. Kirkby Fleetham is 1.5 miles away and has a gastro pub serving local real ales and good food. Northallerton is the nearest town with its abundance of shops and tea rooms or head towards Richmond with its cobbled market square, Norman castle and popular market selling local produce, both within 10 miles.
Adjacent to the hall, yet with privacy assured, a shared gravel drive gives access to this renovated coach house. Step inside the entrance with plenty of space for coats and muddy boots. The main living area is up the stairs where you can appreciate the splendid views of the landscaped gardens and lake through the arched windows. The lounge has impressive, beamed ceilings and is the perfect place to return to after a day of exploring the dales with comfy sofas and a Smart TV for your entertainment. You can rustle up home-cooked meals in the kitchen/diner equipped with an electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave, dishwasher and coffee machine. Enjoy your meal at the dining table or take it outside to a bistro-style table beside the lake. When it’s time to get a good night's rest, head downstairs to the beautiful bedroom that overlooks the lake, with a super-king-size bed you can really stretch out in. The shower room is next door with a shower cubicle and WC, great for getting a refreshing start in the morning.
Guests have access to the phenomenal gardens with manicured lawns, well-stocked borders and a lake. While away the hours with your loved one, throw down a blanket beside the water and watch the wildlife close-up. In addition, there are paddocks and stables for visitors with equestrian interests. There is off-road parking for one car.