- £455 per week
- £65 per night
- 3 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Pet
Important - please note
- Check in: 5pm
- 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.
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On the northernmost fringes of the Yorkshire Dales, Richmond is traditionally a market town built around an imposing Norman Castle on the banks of the River Swale. Richmond is a prime location for a tour of the Yorkshire Dales, whether you are cycling, hiking or simply out for a stroll, Harrogate, York, or Newcastle are all within an hour’s drive. The beautiful scenery, combined with wildlife, make this a wonderful place to come and stay. There are at least 50 other towns called Richmond worldwide but this one is the original one. The town has so much to offer with a host of attractions, restaurants, shops, and events as well as numerous beautiful walks, including a beautiful circular walk along the river swale to Easby Abbey, so there really is something for everyone. Richmond is also home to Britain's oldest working theatre in its original form, the Georgian Theatre Royal is both a thriving community playhouse and a living theatre museum.
Discover this beautiful, traditional cottage conveniently placed close to the town centre in one of the oldest streets in Richmond. Cobbles Cottage makes an ideal homely base for you to enjoy the wonders that this beautiful part of Yorkshire has to offer. A historic Grade II listed building, this property is steeped in history, dating back to the 16th century and keeping with its original character, the original beams run throughout the property giving it a quirky old worldly feeling.
Why we love this property: Quaint & cosy cottage perfect for a romantic break
From the cobbled street walk through the passageway and step inside the kitchen where you can prepare your meals in the modern style kitchen equipped with a fridge, oven, hob, compact washing machine and dishwasher and two-seater table and chairs.
Lounge: From the kitchen walk through the door into the lounge where you can sit on the beautiful velvet sofas and watch the world go by through the large window, a cosy space to unwind in the evening after a day walking in the Dales with a glass of wine.
Under the stairs you will find a special place for your furry companions, complete with dog bed and storage space there is a selection of homemade doggy treats to ensure everyone has an enjoyable stay.
As you follow the staircase up you will notice the beautiful Alfred Meakin Plates decorating the wall and the light flowing through the window casting shadows onto the landing, with a chest of drawers for extra storage space.
Bedroom 1: Single bedroom with a cosy feel where you can sit on the beautiful velvet chair and get lost in a captivating book on a rainy afternoon. This room has a shelf with side lamp, wall hooks with hanging space at the end of the bed and large window overlooking the rear of the property and garden.
Bedroom 2: A beautiful king size bed where you can relax and watch the TV or sit on the animal print velvet chair at the mirrored dressing table and watch the world go by through the window. Decoratively placed art deco vintage mirrors and a burr walnut wardrobe, along with the lovely beam across the ceiling of the bedroom complete this lovely room.
Bathroom: A stylish and cosy bathroom room with large shower, washbasin, and toilet complete the sanitary ware. Heated towel rail and a beautiful art deco mirror on the wall.
Pets: Dogs welcome
Parking: Free on street parking outside the property on a first come first served basis, which is also available all along Frenchgate.
Heating: The house is heated throughout with central heating with the addition of the electric fire in the lounge.
Short Breaks: Accepted all year round.
Notes: Mobile phone signal is good and wifi free of charge.
Welcome pack on arrival with homemade treats.
Shop: 300 m Pub: 100 m Café: 300 m
Richmond is a leafy, vibrant market town boasting an impressive castle, a vast cobbled market place and an elegant Georgian district. It was formed by the Normans in 1071 and the town grew up around the castle which still dominates the skyline. It is said that the walls of the former imprisonment of King William are 11 feet thick and the exhibition centre within the grounds offers an impressive background into the history of this famous landmark.
The cobbled market square is an exciting and vibrant place with plenty of quirky shops, art galleries and a good choice of pubs, restaurants and bars. There is a wonderful georgian theatre hosting shows to suit all tastes in the town. Every Saturday there is a traditional outdoor market, joined by a popular farmers market once a month. The town is also the gateway to wonderful and unspoilt countryside, making it an ideal base for cycling, walking and other outdoor pursuits. The historic towns of York and Harrogate are also within easy reach.