- £1,036 per week
- £148 per night
- 8 Guests
- 4 Bedrooms
- 4 Bathrooms
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 2 double beds
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 4 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Family friendly
How far to...?
- Beach 60 miles
- Pub 0.3 miles
- Shop 1 mile
- Welcome pack
Important - please note
- Please note there is a lift available at this property
- Check in: 5:00pm
- Check out: 9am
To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.
- Ground floor toilet
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
- Walk-in shower
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
High Trees View is a beautifully designed contemporary detached house right on the very doorstep of the centre of Knaresborough. Sleeping 8 with a 2nd floor balcony leading off a stunning kitchen with bi fold doors looking over the high trees of this leafy lane. High Trees View has many features to ensure you have a comfortable and enjoyable stay. There are beautifully stylish rooms decorated and furnished in contemporary style with oversized sofas in the living room and a top floor kitchen with a large balcony and bifold doors which looks out over the leafy lane. All the rooms are light and airy and have a real cosy feel, just right for relaxing after a day in Knaresborough or trying your hand at rowing down the river. There are four good sized bedrooms, all with en suites, and a lift which takes you to all floors.
A real advantage to High Trees View is the lovely rear enclosed garden which has a cute bridge leading from the house to the steps up to the lawned area surrounded by trees and bushes, a real haven to return to and sip a glass of something cool before venturing out to sample the delights of nearby restaurants and pubs only moments from the house. There are so many trees here and such a variety of birds, listen to the dawn chorus if you are awake early enough and see the sun come up. Knaresborough is close to is close to the Yorkshire Dales and easily accessible to York, Harrogate, and Leeds. It is also convenient for Leeds Bradford Airport 30 at under minutes’ drive away. There is so much to do in this area, visit the iconic Mother Shipton’s Cave, wonder at her historic predictions of the future and marvel at the petrified fountain with its hanging petrified artifacts. Explore the Castle, take pictures of the bridge over the Nidd, one of the most photographed views of Yorkshire, visit Fountains Abbey or take a trip to Betty’s Tea Rooms in Harrogate. From here you can cycle, walk, fish and of course, shop. Whatever you choose to do there is more than you can fit in one visit, we are sure you will be back.
Entrance: A part glazed door leads you into the:
Hallway: Here you are met by a long entrance hall with coat hooks and a long bench with shoe rack, perfect to rest and take off your shoes after a day exploring Yorkshire. This hallway leads to the downstairs bedroom, bathroom and utility and has access to the lift which takes you to all floors
Downstairs bedroom: A lovely large room conveniently situated on the ground floor with easy access to the next-door bathroom. You will find a double bed, triple wardrobe, dressing table and stool and bedside cabinets with lamps. This is a lovely light room with a view over the lane and all the trees which adorn it.
Bathroom: Another convenient room which is easily accessible and has a large rain head shower with a step up, heated towel rail. Basin and WC.
Utility room. A useful room especially as it is on the ground floor. Here you will find lots of space to put muddy boots etc, a dryer, clothes rail and ironing board plus a very useful sink. If you are bringing dogs this is a great room to give them a rub down and dry off if they have been enjoying the delights of the river Nidd.
Bedroom 1: You will be welcomed by a view of the full width window with Juliette balcony and oak exterior shutters. There is a king-sized bed, a two-seater sofa and wing back chair with footstool and a large Smart TV. Complementing the room there is a dressing table and stool, bedside cabinets. This is a very spacious room with space to relax and spread out. Why not take a seat and watch your favourite TV shows, take some time out and read a book or watch a late night film and have a long lie in, choose your relaxation but take the opportunity to slow down for a day or two !
En suite: A fantastic room with a contemporary bath, his and hers sinks and vanity units, designer sanitary ware and a large corner shower with rain head. A heated towel rail ensures your towels are always nice and toasty. Double opening doors lead to a dressing room with lots of shelving and hanging space and a full-length mirror plus a large chest of drawers, no excuse for not bringing that extra suitcase with holiday clothes aplenty.
Bedroom 2: A double room with side views of the lane. There is a wardrobe, chest of drawers, bedside cabinets, and lamps.
Ensuite: Rain head shower, vanity unit, mirrored cabinet, heated towel rail.
Bedroom 3: A twin room which is a good addition as it gives flexibility in sleeping arrangements, great for families and friends alike. There is an open shelving unit.
Ensuite: Here you will find a shower, vanity unit with basin and toilet.
Living room: As you reach the top of the stairs you will be wowed by the sheer space that will meet you, there is a large living room with a super contemporary corner sofa that seats 6 and a matching two seater sofa, a long unit houses the Smart TV and quirky lighting, a central coffee table displays historical artefacts, large Velux adds extra light into this already spacious room which has a view of the lane and all the tree tops, hence the name of the house ! The rear of the room has another large space perfect to sit and read and if you really must there is a desk and work chair for those essential emails. This room leads out to the rear garden through a small hallway where you will also find a useful toilet.
Kitchen/Diner: This is a super large room with the wow factor, magazine worthy there is a large set of bi fold doors leading out onto a balcony with table and chairs which runs the whole length of the front of the property with views up and down the lane and the myriad of different trees and well-tended gardens. The kitchen itself is well equipped, there could not be a better place for you and your family or friends to gather and enjoy each other’s company. This is what memories are made of. Open the doors, sit outside and leave the chef to cook up a culinary masterpiece. You will find a very large island, electric oven with induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, dishwasher and a coffee machine. There are Velux windows letting in more light. A kitchen like this will encourage even the most reluctant of cooks, it really is a room with a view.
Pets: Pets allowed
Parking: On drive parking
Garden/Patio: A real feature of High Trees View. There is a bridge leading from the second floor and then leading up to a set of steps which take you to the raised lawn and garden area where you will find outdoor seating and a garden shed. The garden is fenced but children must always be supervised due to the height of the garden. The garden is surrounded by various trees and bushes and is a very quiet and relaxing area, just the place to sit in the sun and catch a few rays.
Front garden: An open area with a drive and small artificial grass area. There is also access to the garage for safe cycle storage.
Heating: Gas central heating.
Short breaks: Accepted all year round.
Notes: Towels are provided. Unlimited WIFI available free of charge. Mobile phone signal strong
IMPORTANT: Please only use the lift when someone else is in the property.
Pub: 0.3 mile
Shop: 1 mile
Is a town full of surprises, a warren of medieval streets and stone staircases that weave their way up and down the hill. The town centre is perched on the cliffs above the River Nidd and the imposing railway viaduct across the Nidd Gorge offers an amazing view for visitors The market place in the centre of the town offers a great place to enjoy a cup of tea or something delicious and home baked. On a Wednesday stalls fill the market place offering tasty produce, whole foods, plants and flowers, as well pretty much anything else you can imagine, in the ever popular Knaresborough Market. At the base of the cliffs on which the town sits, you will find a delightful promenade that traps the sun in summer, with a coastal feel despite being more than 60 miles from the sea making a great place to enjoy an ice-cream or indulge in the tradition English pastime of ‘simply mucking about in boats’.