Wardell Hall Cottage

Richmond, Yorkshire Dales

  • 4 Star
  • Grade 2 listed country cottage with outstanding views in the heart of Swaledale.

You can book this property from:

  • £448 per week
  • £64 per night
  • 4 Star

Features

Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 king/super-king bed
  • 1 single bed

Appliances

  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher

Bathrooms

  • 1 WC
  • Towels provided
  • Shower

Outdoors

  • Garden or courtyard
  • Private parking
  • Rural location

How far to...?

  • Beach 58 miles
  • Pub 0.1 miles
  • Shop 4 miles

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Welcome pack
  • Countryside views

Important - please note

House Rules

  • Check in: 5:00pm
  • Check out: 9:00am

  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.

Accessibility

Accessibility

  • Walk-in shower

Read the full Access Statement for this property.

Access Statement

Access Statement
Property Name: Wardell Hall
Description: Cottage

Pre-arrival
The nearest bus stop is: 0.1 mile (outside Hazel Brow farm)
The nearest train station is: Garsdale 45 mins, Northallerton (60 mins)
The nearest food shop is: 4 miles (Reeth)
The nearest pub/restaurant is: 0.1 mile
The nearest petrol is: 4 miles (Reeth)

Arrival and car parking
Type of parking available: Gravel Driveway
For what sized cars? Medium
Good space to unload once parked? Yes
Number of spaces available:  2
The parking surface is: Gravel
Distance to the property from the parking: 10m
Is parking level? Slight slope
Is it pay and display? No
The width of the path to the property is: 1.5m
How many steps are there en route to the entrance: 4

Main entrance
How many entrances are there to the property? 1
The doors widths are: 3ft
Keyhole height: low
How many steps are there to the entrance: none

Living and dining rooms
The flooring is: stone
The door widths are: open plan
Is there good space between the furniture: yes
Is it movable or fixed: moveable

Kitchen
The flooring is: strong
The door widths are: open
The worktop height is: 870mm
Is the oven set high or low? low
The fridge height is: under counter
The freezer height is: N/A
Is crockery stored high or low? High & low
Is any equipment stored externally or away from the main kitchen area, if so which and where: no

Bedrooms and landings
How many floors does the property have: 2
The number of steps between floors is: 5
The flooring is: wood laminate
The door widths are: 2’6”
Bed sizes are: kingsize / small double
Is the bedroom furniture movable or fixed: moveable

Bathrooms and cloakrooms
The door widths are: 2’6”
Is there an accessible or adapted WC?:  no
Is there an accessible or adapted bath/shower?: no
Is there a ground floor WC?: no
Is there a ground floor bath or shower room?: no
Does the bath or shower have a grab rail or handle fitted: no
Is there any shower where access is level rather than having to step up?: yes
The flooring is: tiles

Outdoor facilities
External areas are: mixture of stone patio, gravel area, decking
Permanent seating: no
There is outside:
Colour contrast of critical surfaces (eg white on edge of steps): no
Footpaths to follow for visually impaired/mobility impaired: no
Barriers to entry into any part of the garden: no
Other hazards such as ponds, water features, steep areas: no

General
Is there a land line for guests to use? no
Mobile reception details: variable
Can you easily access an electrical socket in all rooms without having to move furniture (not WC or baths)?:  yes
Are electrical sockets generally set low or high?  low
Do you provide speciality alarms for hearing or sight impaired guests?: no
Any other information: steep stone steps

This access statement has been completed by the owner and Ingrid Flute’s is not to be held responsible for the content therein.

 

Description

Situated in the hamlet of Low Row in the heart of beautiful Swaledale is Wardell Hall Cottage.  A delightful stone-built, grade 2 listed and quirky property, full of character and charm with many original features, such as beamed ceilings, a large stone fireplace housing the wood burning stove, original stone stairs and window seats.  There is a summerhouse which is ideal for watching the wildlife and glorious sunsets, why not sit here a while and enjoy an evening drink after a busy day exploring the local area.   The property has stunning views over the countryside. The popular local pub serves excellent meals and Dales Ales is just across the road whilst the pretty market town of Reeth which offers a wider selection of pubs, cafes, artisan bakery, gallery and craft shops is just four miles away.    

GROUND FLOOR:
Entrance: 
4 steps up to the entrance door.
Lounge: Yorkstone floor, leather two-seater sofa, pouffe, armchair, window seat, TV, DVD, beamed ceiling, woodburning stove in feature inset stone surround with large hearth. Coffee table.  Dining table and chairs. Bose Bluetooth speaker.
Kitchen:
Electric hob, oven, grill, dishwasher, fridge with icebox, microwave, beamed ceiling.
Inner Hallway:  Storage for coats and boots, cupboard containing washer/dryer.
Nine steps up to

FIRST FLOOR:  
Bedroom 1:  One further large step up, King-size bed, dressing table, wardrobe, chair, feature exposed brickwork, wall mounted TV, fabulous views over Swaledale.
Bedroom 2: Large single bed, chair.
Bathroom:
  Walk in shower, washbasin, toilet.

Pets: Sorry No Pets.
Parking: Parking to the side of the property, to the right of the summer house for one large car or 2 small cars.
Heating:  Woodburning stove in lounge (welcome pack of fuel provided) Modern electric heating.
Garden/Patio:  Patio area to the front of the cottage, five steps up to a large decked area with a fully furnished summer house with outstanding countryside views. Lockable secure storage shed suitable for 2-3 bikes.
Short Breaks: Available all year round.  
Notes: Towels are provided. Unlimited WiFi is available free of charge. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is variable.  There are stone winding stairs up to the first floor.

Shop:  4 miles   Pub:  0.1 miles.

 



Reviews

Thank you for letting us stay in your beautifully restored cottage. You have thought of everything. There was nothing we couldn't find in either a drawer, cubby hole or in the summerhouse that we needed to make a perfect stay. The summerhouse is without doubt the star of the show. We either sat on the deck or inside on chillier nights until we were forced to retire to the big, comfy bed, exhausted from our day's excursions and exertions. We have walked miles. This was our first walking holiday and I am sure we will have more experienced the fabulous scenery.

Previous Customer,

Thank you for a wonderful stay. The cottage is just what we were looking for - quiet, quaint and luxury finish. We never got tired of sitting on the bench and summer house looking at the beautiful views of Swaledale. We have loved exploring the area.

Previous Customer,

Thanks for a lovely stay. The weather was a little varied for August but we still enjoyed several lovely walks. The cottage is warm and comfortable to come home to and the views from the summerhouse are very special.

Previous Customer,

Thank you for a lovely holiday. The cottage has been perfect. Has everything you could ask for. Really enjoyed all the walks. The views are the best.

Previous Customer,

Just a lovely cottage in an amazing location. We particularly loved the fire! Walking around here was amazing, regardless of the rain. Will definitely come back.

Rhys from L,

we have really enjoyed our stay at your lovely cottage. So very clean, comfortable and cosy. Nothing you haven't thought of. Very comfortable bed, decent shower, everything perfect. Loved the summerhouse - had our meals out there ona couple of events - great weather for September.

Tracy and B,

This cottage is pretty perfect! Top marks to the housekeeper, it is spotless. We have stayed in many cottages over the years and this is the best. Loved the summer house a strike of genius to have that! Three great evenings at the Punch Bowl. Lots and lots of walking. We'll definitely be back. Having seen the cottage back in 2015 when it was for sale we are so impressed with what the owner has achieved.

Karen & J,

We have really enjoyed our stay at your lovely cottage. So very clean (10/10 for the cleaner), comfortable and cosy. Nothing you haven't thought of. Very comfortable bed, decent shower (makes a change). Everything was perfect! Loved the summer house- we had our meals out there on a couple of evenings as the weather was great for September. We loved Reeth and Richmond was great too. Two great meals at The Punchbowl. We hope to return. Thank you!

Tracy & B,

The property was what we expected we loved the cottage and enjoyed our stay.

Julia A,

Thank you very much for an excellent stay, the cottage has been absolutely ideal for us. It is so well equipped with everything thought of, a real home away from home. The views are simply stunning and we have loved having the log fire going every evening - very cosy. It is a beautiful renovation and the decor is very classy and in keeping with a country cottage. We found a great walk from the cottage to Muker and back that was beautiful, took us 5 hours for a 20km walk with stops for lunch and a pint. Thanks we will be back.

Sarah & D,

Thank you for sharing with us your lovely cosy cottage. It has been beautifully and imaginatively renovated. You have thought of everything one might possibly need. We've spent the last 6 days working on our renovation project across the road so it has been great to come back to relax , cook dinner in your tardis like kitchen and enjoy the log fire. The weather has been a bit grim but the Swaledale views are always special - many thanks.

Anne & P,

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Area Information

Richmond
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.