Garths Farm

Availability

£765 - £2940

Area:
Sedbergh
Sleeps:
8
Bedrooms:
4
Bathrooms:
2
Changeover:
Friday
Pets Allowed?:
2
Garden:
enclosed
Parking:
Private
Fire type:
wood burner
WiFi:
Yes
Damage deposit:
£100
Nearest Pub:
1.5 miles

Garths Farm is one of our NEW COTTAGES!

Garths Farm is an impressive, 4 bedroom detached Dales farmhouse. Enjoying a rural position, surrounded by wonderful countryside, Garths Farm sleeps up to 8 people in 4 beautiful bedrooms. The bedrooms are all spacious with fantastic views over the surrounding countryside. On the ground floor is a stunning kitchen, sun room with dining area, a lovely living room and a cosy snug, meaning there's plenty of room for families and friends to gather together but also space for everyone to be able to get away for a quiet moment. As well as plenty of parking, Garths Farm has a fantastic garden with areas of lawn and a patio with outdoor furniture. Guests also have access to a neighbouring paddock, which leads to the popular Dalesway walking route and picturesque River Lune.

The charming town of Sedbergh is just a 5-minute drive away. Known as England's Book Town, there are plenty of independent book shops as well as 3 pubs, a bakery, greengrocers, butchers and a great selection of friendly local cafes. Located within the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park, there's plenty to see and during during your stay. Enjoy a walk around the charming village of Ravenstonedale, visit Dent Brewery, one of the most remote in the country, or head to the pretty market town of Kirkby Lonsdale for some retail therapy. For a longer day out, why not head deeper into The Dales? A scenic drive through beautiful countryside takes you to Hawes, a charming market town that's home to the Wendsleydale Creamery - you can even try a battered slice of the famous cheese from the town's chip shop! Fans of 2 wheels are well catered for too. The Dales Cycle Centre at Reeth is the starting point for many different routes, including the Swale Trail, a 12 mile route between Reeth and Skipton, and offers great refreshments in a convivial atmosphere - perfect after all that exercise.

The picturesque Lake District is also within easy reach, so why not spend some time exploring this popular area too? Bowness-on-Windermere is less than a 45 minute drive away and offers something for everyone. Families will love a trip to The World of Beatrix Potter attraction, whilst grown ups can enjoy an alternative afternoon tea at the nearby Wildboar Hotel. Stock up on supplies from one of the local bakeries and delis, perfect for a lakeside picnic. to be even closer to the water, you can hire a boat or let someone else do the hard work and hitch a ride on the popular launch for a scenic cruise around Lake Windermere.