Ashfield House

Pateley Bridge, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire Dales National Park
Sleeps: 2 to 4


Ashfield House Apartment is a newly constructed self catering holiday home, adjoining the owner’s country residence in Pateley Bridge, near Harrogate in North Yorkshire. The holiday apartment can sleep up to 4 people and is situated in two acres of beautiful gardens, creating a quiet and relaxing haven for guests to escape to.

Our apartment has an open plan sitting room with a TV and DVD player & sleeping is offered in the sitting room on an easily convertible bed settee. The fitted kitchen has a Bosch cooker, integral fridge, microwave and dining area. The private terrace offers garden furniture, BBQ area and delightful views of the countryside.

The general atmosphere combines central heating with an air of old-world charm. Bed linen is included and a cot is available. Regrettably, no animals can be accommodated.

Pateley Bridge is a small market town with a long history which goes back to lead mining, textiles and quarrying times. It is situated on the Nidderdale Way. Today tourists are attracted to this unspoiled area of outstanding natural beauty. Bowls, sports centre, bird watching, golf, tennis are in easy reach. And Harrogate with its interesting shops is not far away. Fountains Abbey, Newby Hall, and Harewood House are all within easy reach. Lightwater Valley theme park and Ripon are only half an hour away and the Photographic Museum Bradford, Royal Armouries and Brewery Wharf in Leeds and historic York are easily accessible.

For more information about our self catering apartment in Pateley Bridge please see our website. We love to be contacted via telephone, so please do get in touch for more information.

Storage is available to store bicycles.

Children by arrangement.

Pets by arrangement - £30 per dog per stay.

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Features & Amenities

  • Sleeps: 2 to 4
  • Off Street Parking
  • Garden
  • Children Welcome
  • Wifi
  • Freeview TV
  • Golf Nearby

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