Outstanding self catering accommodation near Hawes, spanning three floors and perfect for family holidays. Excellent facilities, stylishly furnished. Off road parking. Sleeps 6/7
The Chapel in Bainbridge is a well-appointed holiday cottage in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, formed from one half of a late 19th Century Congregational Chapel. Overlooking the village green, the 3-storey cottage provides comfortable self catering accommodation for between six and seven guests with four bedrooms & 2 bathrooms, making it ideal for large families or several couples.
The village of Bainbridge sits on the banks of the River Ure in the northern half of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This small village is well served by one of Yorkshire's oldest inns, a small convenience store and post office, a family butchers shop and a traditional tea room. Just under 4 miles away from the cottage is the market town of Hawes, a popular tourist destination famous as the home of Wensleydale cheese and as a stopping point on the Pennine Way walking trail, one of the many trails that criss-cross the Dales. Hawes holds a regular street market and is home to many shops, tearooms and pubs.
The lounge at The Chapel is a stylish and contemporary space in which to relax, with superb entertainment options including a flat screen TV with Sky Plus, wireless internet access and an iPod speaker dock. The kitchen is well equipped with modern appliances, and there is a dining table in the lounge which seats up to 7. Each of the property's four bedrooms is warm and welcoming, well furnished and offer a good amount of storage space.
The Chapel in Bainbridge benefits form WIFI internet access as well as off road parking for one car (further on-street parking is available in the village). A starter pack of fuel for the wood-burning fire is provided and all heating & power costs, bed clothing and towels are included in the price. A travel cot and high chair are available for guests with babies and toddlers.