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    Edmunds Cottage

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    • Bedrooms: 2
    • Sleeps: 4
    • Baths: 1
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    Amenities

    • 1 pet welcome
    • Children welcome
    • Internet access
    • Hot tub
    • Parking

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    Edmunds Cottage sleeping up to 4 guests

    This lovely cottage lies in the village of Crakehall near Leyburn in the lower Yorkshire Dales. Its beautiful decor and tranquil location make it the perfect place for those wanting a peaceful getaway in lovely surrounds. The living accommodation consists of a spacious lounge with sofas arranged around an electric imitation woodburner and a large Smart TV. The kitchen, in keeping with the tasteful aesthetic of the property, is modern and decorated in neutral colours with a dining space overlooking the garden with hot tub. Upstairs there is a large family bathroom and two double rooms. The master bedroom can be warmed by an electric imitation wood burner and features exposed beams as well as a Smart TV. Outside is a lawn area with furniture, overlooking the bridge and river. Note: This property can be booked with properties 971966 and 971967, together they can sleep 13 people.

    Located in the lower Yorkshire Dales, Crakehall is a sleepy little village that consists of two parts - Little Crakehall and Great Crakehall. The settlement lies around a large village green and offers a popular village pub serving delicious fare. Not far from Crakehall is the market town of Bedale, a traditional centre which has its own museum, weekly market and interesting churches, as well as a number of craft and antique shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs, which provide local beers and home cooked food. Also within driving distance are plenty other attractions, including the Constable Burton Hall Gardens with extensive parkland and woodland walks, the Forbidden Corner with its underground passages to explore, the lovely Georgian town of Richmond with its fine castle ruins and the Wensleydale railway line, a heritage railway.

    Two double bedrooms.

    Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC.

    Kitchen/diner.

    Sitting room.

    Gas central heating with electric fire.

    Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, Smart TV, WiFi.

    Fuel and power included in rent.

    Bed linen and towels included in rent.

    Cot and highchair available.

    Roadside parking on first come, first served basis.

    Rear lawned garden and private fenced hot tub.

    One well-behaved pet welcome.

    Sorry, no smoking.

    Pub 5 minute walk.

    Shop 2.2 miles.

    Local amenities

    • The Bay Horse Pub < 0.5 miles
    • Brymor Ice Cream 5 miles
    • Black Sheep Brewery 5.5 miles
    • White Bear Hotel 5.5 miles
    • Theakston Brewery 6 miles
    • Swinton Park 6.5 miles
    • The Station 8 miles
    • Richmond Castle 8 miles
    • Bettys Café Tea Rooms 8 miles
    • PizzaExpress 8 miles

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    22 Customer Reviews

    Mr Robinson – 1 Sep 2019
    "It's a bit noisy being on a busy road but not too bad."
    Mrs Hope – 1 Aug 2019
    " The furniture and linen etc was of good quality . We will definitely be back to your charming little cute cottage ❤️ "
    ChristineB4918 – 1 May 2019
    " gave this cottage a five star rating but we found it lacked certain essentials - table mats, coasters, shortage of some cutlery, curtains at doors to stop draughts. The second bedroom although comfortable was extremely cramped and it was difficult to move around. The very busy main road made it impossible to sit outside and was a nuisance at night. The lack of parking was also an inconvenience especially on arrival. On the plus side the decor was high class and the beds and bed linen very good "
    Mr Parish – 1 May 2019
    " We are a family of four and there was room for us all. We had a great weekend in the cottage. The cottage is beautiful and was a pleasure to stay in. The village is pretty, with a nice local pub for food and drink. Bedale is only 5 mins away. We visited local attractions and it was good to come back and chill in the cottage. The cottage is well equipped and cosy. We took our 8 month old cockerpoo, Maisey, who also enjoyed her stay. The garden is open so we kept Maisey on her lead. There are lots of walks close by, a park, rivers and open countryside to enjoy. "
    Ms Macpherson – 1 May 2019
    " Great situation for access to M1 and surrounding area downside not noticed noisy road siituation and no easy access for unloading car and packing. "
    Miss Liversage – 1 Mar 2019
    " The welcome basket was a huge plus and a great touch. The cottage felt very homely which was nice. Village was nice and quiet and local pub was great. The only minor downside is the listing states that one well behaved pet was welcome. We took our 11 month old cocker spaniel and the garden wasn’t enclosed so he could access the neighbouring cottage gardens which were occupied. There were also gaps in the bushes where he could get to the road which meant we couldn’t let him out at all. In the grand scheme of things it wasn’t a huge problem but just a note for future guests. Other than that very minor thing had a great time and we came home engaged! Thank you for a lovely stay - we will be back. "
    Mr Broadhurst – 1 Mar 2019
    " The village pub is a short walk and very friendly with good food and ale. We ate there both nights. "
    Mrs Gibson – 1 Jan 2019
    " The cottage was extremely drafty due to the gaps under the doors. It had been noted in the visitors book that previous clients had also experienced this problem in October. The fire needs new bulbs and the hand rail at the top of the stairs is unsuitable for people who have stability issues. Parking is on a first come first serve basis and there is only room for 2 cars. We had to park 100 yards next to the pub. This was inconvenient due to my husband's disability. This cottage is clean, modern and comfortable. "
    Mr Hopkin – 1 Oct 2018
    "Very nice cottage in a lovely village - Comfortable, tidy and clean - Dog friendly - Plenty to explore in the area - 5 min access of the A1 - Thoroughly enjoyed our break"
    Mr Alvis – 1 Jun 2018
    "To be fair I did get an email with more directions but I was actually driving to the cottage at the time so missed it. Please can you sort out the fridge door. It bleeps to tell you it's open but the catch has failed and it bleeps incessantly. As there isn't a kitchen door this did affect the whole downstairs. Also it was disappointing to be told when booking there was some on site parking, and then went an update a couple of weeks later that there wasn't. I will say that the cottage was clean and well appointed. There were some old dvds and cigarette papers on the top shelf of the wardrobe in the master bedroom. Perhaps your cleaner couldn't see them!"
    - Mrs Rendle, May 2018
    "The cottage itself is very nicely furnished to a high standard and all the little touches made it so much more a true home from home."
    - Mr Jordan, June 2018
    "also booked as peaceful and tranquil but it is right by a very busy A.684,We were there on hottest week of the year and the windows don't open. overall disappointing."
    - Ms Biscoe, June 2018
    "It’s a recently renovated property, in a small complex of other rentals and was very clean. The kitchen is well equipped and modern and we had a lovely welcome hamper of some essentials. We were sent good directions by the owner prior to arrival but the parking was a bit of a pain as had to leave the car across the surprisingly busy road, if we could get a space, or further up the road in the village. Even though we directed not to park by the cottage gates, we did note that some cottages appeared to park there? The little garden had a picnic table to sit out of an evening or with a cup of tea in the morning, the only downside is it is overlooking the busy road through the town. The bedrooms were well appointed with good clean bedding and large wardrobes and drawer units for clothing. We found the bed itself was a little hard and resorted to sleeping on top of the quilt from the second bed to make it more comfortable. There was a second TV in the main bedroom, a DVD player and a hairdryer. The bathroom was clean with plenty of hot water for showers or baths. Some of the sash windows need catches to be fitted to enable them to be kept open, (we used an old book or a shampoo bottle). Overall we enjoyed our stay at this small little cottage, and it was great that we could bring out dog with us."
    - Mr Alvis, June 2018
    "To be fair I did get an email with more directions but I was actually driving to the cottage at the time so missed it. ..."
    - Mr Jordan, June 2018
    "cottage was booked with off road parking; on arrival told had to park up in the village. also booked as peaceful and tranquil but it is right by a very busy A.684,We were there on hottest week of the year and the windows don't open. overall disappointing."
    - Mrs Rendle, May 2018
    "We had a really enjoyable stay at Edmunds Cottage. The cottage itself is very nicely furnished to a high standard and all the little touches made it so much more a true home from home."
    - Ms Biscoe, June 2018
    "This cottage is right in the village and only a two minute walk to the good local pub. It’s a recently renovated property, in a small complex of other rentals and was very clean. The kitchen is well equipped and modern and we had a lovely welcome hamper of some essentials. We were sent good directions by the owner prior to arrival but the parking was a bit of a pain as had to leave the car across the surprisingly busy road, if we could get a space, or further up the road in the village. Even though we directed not to park by the cottage gates, we did note that some cottages appeared to park there? The little garden had a picnic table to sit out of an evening or with a cup of tea in the morning, the only downside is it is overlooking the busy road through the town. The bedrooms were well appointed with good clean bedding and large wardrobes and drawer units for clothing. We found the bed itself was a little hard and resorted to sleeping on top of the quilt from the second bed to make it more comfortable. There was a second TV in the main bedroom, a DVD player and a hairdryer. The bathroom was clean with plenty of hot water for showers or baths. Some of the sash windows need catches to be fitted to enable them to be kept open, (we used an old book or a shampoo bottle). Overall we enjoyed our stay at this small little cottage, and it was great that we could bring out dog with us."
    - Mr Alvis, June 2018
    "The photos on your website are accurate, but they don't make clear you can't see it from the road. To be fair I did get an email with more directions but I was actually driving to the cottage at the time so missed it. ..."
    - Miss Liversage, March 2019
    "The welcome basket was a huge plus and a great touch. The cottage felt very homely which was nice. Village was nice and quiet and local pub was great. The only minor downside is the listing states that one well behaved pet was welcome. We took our 11 month old cocker spaniel and the garden wasn’t enclosed so he could access the neighbouring cottage gardens which were occupied. There were also gaps in the bushes where he could get to the road which meant we couldn’t let him out at all. In ..."
    - Mrs Mansfield, April 2019
    "Definitely go back"
    - Mrs Gibson, January 2019
    "The cottage was extremely drafty due to the gaps under the doors. It had been noted in the visitors book that previous clients had also experienced this problem in October. ..."
    - Mr Tipton, December 2018
    "Also, it's not weatherproof - cold air draughts around obvious gaps - again needs to be fixed. NO HEATING on when we arrived - thermostat set at 9°C only, not good given our arrival anticipated, and on a cold winter day - I've reset thermostat now to keep us constantly warm. Other entrance door (hid by Xmas tree) is as bad as main one for ill-fitting and draughts - the place is not "maintained to high standard" at all... Bathroom would be greatly improved by more and brighter lighting, larger and wall-mounted mirror, heated towel rail, and an extractor fan. It's a shame that Edmunds Cottage was lacking in all of the ways I've mentioned, because such improvements would greatly enhance comfort (particularly at this time of the year), shouldn't be costly to complete, and would enable me to give 5-star review, given all of its obvious charms otherwise."
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