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Fernside Cottage, Skipton, North Yorkshire

Fernside Cottage
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Thornton in Craven

North Yorkshire

BD23 3TL
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Fernside Cottage is a deluxe one bedroom new build, furnished and decorated to a particularly high standard. The cottage is a character property in an elevated position, offering delightful accommodation encompassing wonderful far-reaching views over the open countryside.

Nestled within the village of Thornton-in-Craven, Fernside Cottage makes a perfect holiday base from which to explore the surrounding area with the bustling market town of Skipton, some 6 miles south west. Skipton is home to a beautiful Norman Castle which proudly stands at the head of the High Street, lined by cobbled setts and where you will find the very popular 4 day a week outdoor market.

The village of Haworth, famed for its Bronte connections and home to the Bronte Parsonage and museum is approximately 15 miles and well worthy of a visit. Along with a good selection of shops providing gifts and curios, Haworth is also home to the Worth Valley Steam Railway line.

Excellent footpath walks, hikes and cycle ways can be found in the immediate area, with the tow path of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal easily accessible at nearby Greenberfield Locks, offering a gentler pace.


Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Cottage
Price Guide: 180 - 410
Nearest Major Town: Skipton
Distance: 6 miles
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