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Faweather Grange, Ilkley, West Yorkshire

Faweather Grange
Ilkley
West Yorkshire

BD16 3BL | View map

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Faweather Grange offers superbly luxurious accommodation and a beautiful walled garden with a hot tub on the terrace, yet enjoys a setting steeped in history amidst some of England's most glorious scenery. This lovely Grade II listed farmhouse, rebuilt in the 17th century on the site of 12th century buildings owned by the monks of Rievaulx Abbey, is beautifully furnished and enjoys wonderful panoramic views over both Ilkley and Baildon Moors. Rich in heritage, the surrounding area offers numerous places of interest including Saltaire (a preserved Victorian village and World Heritage site), the Brontė parsonage at Haworth, and the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. Otley boasts a good weekly market (4 miles), Ilkley, with famous 'Betty's Tea Room', is 5 miles as are the many amenities of Bradford. Leeds and Harrogate both 12 miles, City of York 30 miles. Excellent golf, walking and riding locally (stabling for visitors' own horses can be arranged). Fishing ¼ mile. Fine pubs and restaurants within 2 miles. Shops 3 miles.

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