The Curlews Langthwaite, Near Richmond, North Yorkshire England
Beautiful character cottage nestling in the peaceful village of Langthwaite in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, sleeps 4. Fantastic woodburner. Perfect for walkers and cyclists
Prices£300 - £525 / week.
ContactJudith And John Coates
Tel: 0113 - 2756043 (eves) Mobile: 0797 1460384
- Holiday Cottage sleeping 4 people.
- Open Fire / Woodburner
- Pet Friendly Cottage
- Pub nearby
See Photos and Description of Holiday Cottage Accommodation: The Curlews, Langthwaite, Near Richmond, North Yorkshire
The Curlews is a delightful traditional stone terraced cottage providing comfortable holiday accommodation in the peaceful village of Langthwaite in Argengarthdale.
Ideal for the walker and cyclist with an abundance of routes for all abilities directly from the door.
The village and surrounding area are also perfect for families with children. There are a large variety of activities and visitor attractions on offer throughout the year.
Langthwaite is part of the Yorkshire DalesNational park, and area of outstanding natural beauty. The village is well known for its use as a film set in 'All Creatures Great and Small' and A Woman of Substance'. The characterful Red Lion Inn is just 200yds away and the very popular CB Inn is just ten minutes walk up the road (or through the fields) - notorious for excellent food.
The cottage is also a very good base for the tourist, with easy access to the Dales, Lake District and even Whitby on the East Coast.
The cottage has been fully modernised and yet retains a great deal of its character, with flagstone floors, feature Inglenook fireplace and beamed ceiling in the lounge. There is a well equipped kitchen, two good sized bedrooms (one double, one twin) and a family bathroom. This holiday cottage has been very comfortably furnished throughout, and provides excellent holiday accommodation in a quiet and relaxing position, with a pleasant outlook to the surrounding hills and fells. All wood and coal is provided for the woodburning fire in the lounge. Bedlinen for four people is also provided.
Accommodation in detail:
Lounge/dining room with Inglenook fireplace and woodburning stove.
Kitchen with Belfast sink, Welsh dresser, electric oven with ceramic hob and grill, microwave oven and fridge.
Bathroom with electric shower over the bath, WC, hand basin heated towel rail and shaver point.
Spacious double bedroom with original cast iron fireplace. Easy chair and two seater sofa for added comfort and ample storage space.
Good sized twin bedroom with handbasin, plenty of storage and two windows making it very light and sunny.
Very pleasant small flagged seating area with bench and flower pots at the front of the property.
The cottage is located on a very quiet lane leading to a field with a footpath. The lane is access only to two other properties so provides a very safe environment for guests with children or pets.
Coal store opposite the cottage. This is also used for storage of additional garden chairs and can also be used for storage of one bike. An additional bike can be safely kept in the alleyway behind the cottage. We would recommend however that good quality locks are brought for extra safety.
Parking for the cottage is 2 minutes away at the centre of the village. Loading and unloading can take place outside the front door but then the car must be moved to the parking place to allow access in the lane.
Location: Langthwaite, Near Richmond, North Yorkshire
Places to go
•The Red Lion Inn – Lunchtime meals/snacks- good old fashioned pub – very popular with cyclists and walkers at lunchtimes. Sunny seating area at the front. Characterful interior with pictures of famous stars taken whilst filming in the village – James Herriot Series and Hold the Dream
•The CB Inn – just a walk up the road from the cottage – very good food. Extremely popular so best to book a table if you want to eat. Children allowed in certain rooms.
•Ice cream parlour in Reeth – great for all the family – it’s like a café – you can sit inside and play board games/puzzles.
•The Black Bull Inn in Reeth – good food and atmosphere – children are welcome.
•Tourist Information – Hudson House – Reeth
•Post office and Shop – on the other side of Reeth Village green – ideal for essentials
•Reeth Bakery - very good homemade pies, ead and cakes (on the way out of Reeth past the Langthwaite turn off).
•Reeth playground – 2 minutes walk from the centre – on the way to the river. This is an absolute must if you have young children.
•Reeth Swingidge – follow the path past the playground and down through the fields to the river. Throw some stones in the river, have a picnic and finish off with a walk through the fields to Grinton coming back along the road!
•Tea Shops – many good ones in Reeth
•Grinton pub – good food. Live music on some evenings.
•Leyburn – market on Saturday. Supermarket, butchers, cafes, shops, pubs.
•Richmond – beautiful old town. Market on a Saturday morning. Castle, river, plenty of shops. Large supermarket – CO-OP on the way into Richmond from Brompton on Swale. Swimming pool – a good day out!
•Middleham – interesting old town with a castle.
•Gunnerside – one of the many beautiful local villages with a pub and several good walks.
•The Forbidden Corner – near to Middleham (approx 30mins from the cottage). An absolute must if you have children –families travel from far afield to spend a day here – essential to book – leaflet at the cottage. Check the weather forecast because most of the activities are outside!
•Castle Bolton – a wonderful and beautifully kept castle with gardens and a maze outside. Leaflet at the cottage.
•Hazel Brow Farm – a working farm in Low Row which opens in the spring/summer for people to see the animals milking/feeding etc. Great for young children.
•Horseriding (Arkengarthdale) – on the road from Reeth to Langthwaite. Caters for beginners and experts! – you will need to book first – leaflet at the cottage.
•The Tan Hill Inn – the highest pub in Britain! Good food, good beer, great atmosphere and fantastic views! Look out for the pet lambs/sheep – you may get a chance to feed them! Roaring fire in the winter but watch out, you may get snowed in! Children welcome throughout.
•Hawes – fantastic old town. Museums and cheese factory just some of the places of interest.
•The Splash Back – take the road up towards the CB Inn and turn left – after a couple of miles you will come to a white footidge over a stream and a Ford. A great place to picnic and paddle. Famous for appearing on the opening scene of the James Herriot series which was all filmed locally.
•An abundance of walks in all directions. Many of them straight from the front door of the cottage! For a quick stroll try walking up the hill at the back of the village towards Booze – illiant views! Or walk through the fields to the left of the cottage towards Scar House and Langthwaite Church – you can stroll back along the road to the village – Also a scenic way to get to the CB Inn! Also you can try Fremington Edge which runs along the tops from Langthwaite/Booze towards Reeth start your walk along the riverside in Langthwaite. These are just a very small number of our favourite routes. The tourist Information centre at Hudson House in Reeth will be able to provide more information on local walks. There are plenty of maps and and guidebooks at the cottage for planning both long and short routes.
A little further afield but still within easy reach are Whitby on the coast, York, Harrogate, Knaresborough and the Lake District.
The Curlews rental prices for 2020 £300 - £525
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Well behaved pets are very welcome. Please check first with the owners.
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