Harmby House

£394  average per night

Tucked In The Rolling Hills Of Wensleydale And Just Moments From The Yorkshire Dales National Park.

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 Bed
  • 3 Bathroom
  • Adults only


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General information

  • Hot tub
  • BBQ
  • Satellite/Cable TV
  • Adults only
  • Fireplace
  • No smoking
  • Wheelchair inaccessible

Kitchen and household



  • 0.9KM
  • > 5KM
  • 2KM
  • 1.6KM
  • 0.2KM


Tucked in the rolling hills of Wensleydale and just moments from the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Harmby House is a masterpiece of traditional Yorkshire architecture brimming with contemporary comforts – including your very own alfresco hot tub!

The moment you step inside you will appreciate these luxurious, bespoke interiors, with opulent rooms of modern oak and glass oozing splendour. You enter into a large hallway directly accessing the fabulous modern kitchen, which is set in a beautifully open-plan design with the rest of the social spaces, guaranteeing fun rustling up a treat for the whole group whilst still socialising! The central island, which doubles as a breakfast bar, creates plenty of space for meal-prepping as well as providing the perfect spot for casual snacking. And for total relaxation, get snug by the roaring log-burner after a day exploring the delights of the Dales! There're two cosy sofas to settle into and a vast TV to switch on for a little entertainment! Around the whole property you will find the works of renowned local artist, Lucy Pittaway, which evoke a strong urge to step outside into the extraordinary natural environment which surrounds you in Wensleydale! The fabulous modern conservatory, with plenty of comfy seating, affords spectacular views of this landscape, while underfloor heating and an Amazon Echo in every room will have you feeling totally luxuriated.

The stunning views can also be enjoyed across the three exquisite bedrooms, each with the same charming fusion of the traditional and contemporary styles which we see across the living spaces. On this ground floor there is the first room with a cosy king-size bed at its centre, complete with a dazzling ensuite bathroom. The master suite enjoys a super-king size bed, a wall-mounted TV, dressing table and sublime ensuite bathroom with a standalone bathtub! Meanwhile, the third bedroom features two single beds that can be prepared as a second super-king-size bed if you'd prefer. There is a final bathroom catering for this room with a fabulous shower.

And finally, step into your vast landscaped garden. The highlight is surely your bubbling hot-tub, calling you to slip into its massaging depths for the ultimate alfresco soak! Beside this you'll find a comfortable set of garden sofas around a coffee table – the perfect spot to enjoy one another's company over a late-night tipple under the stars. On the balcony above there is a fabulous oval table at which you can enjoy a meal or simply a cuppa as you gaze out over this enchanting landscape. There's a lawn for fun and games and a barbeque for the idyllic summer's day in the sunshine!

Just a fifteen-minute walk away you'll find Wensleydale Brewery, where you can try one of the county's famous Real Ales! The quaint town of Leyburn offers all the amenities you could need, with a small high-street with various shops and restaurants. A ten-minute drive away is the 12th century Jervaux Abbey, an atmospheric and charming ruin well worth a look around.

#### Features
Ground Floor
- Open-plan living & dining area
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Conservatory snug
- Bedroom with king-size bed and en-suite shower room
First Floor
- Bedroom with super-king bed and en-suite bathroom
- Bedroom with super-king bed (can be set up as a twin room on a request basis)
- Family bathroom
Exterior Grounds
- Hot tub
- Terrace
- Dining facilities
- Barbecue
- Garden
Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi
- TV
- Washing machine & dryer
- Travel cot & highchair available on request
- Parking

#### Location
Just a short walk away is the quaint market town of Leyburn: ‘A Town for all Seasons' with a wealth of local produce, traditional pubs and a fab weekly market, while a stone's throw away you'll find the magnificent Yorkshire Dales! Rolling hills dotted with tiny villages, fine pubs and breath-taking scenes of lakes, rivers and traditional architecture, this is a landscape to be explored slowly. A ten-minute drive away is the 12th century Jervaux Abbey, an atmospheric and charming ruin well worth a look around. Meanwhile, just a fifteen-minute walk away you'll find Wensleydale Brewery, where you can try one of the county's famous Real Ales!

North Yorkshire is one of the UK's most beautiful counties, home to the two vast National Parks of the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors, and bursting with history and tradition. Across the two national parks you'll find dramatic landscapes like that of Malham Cove, incredible scenery at every turn and always a warm welcome.

There are two cities in the county: York and Ripon, the latter of which is in fact the oldest city in England. Both are deeply historical, teeming with glorious architecture including their Minster and Cathedral respectively, and winding cobbled streets. Meanwhile, the endless villages that can be found in nearly every valley are undoubtedly worth visiting. Pop in for a pint and get to know the friendly locals at the village pub or try out the many quaint cafes.
Of course, you can't leave Yorkshire without a taste of its famous parkin, Wensleydale cheese and rhubarb from The Yorkshire Rhubarb Triangle! Yorkshire is also home to some of the country's best breweries, including Saltaire Brewery, the Black Sheep Brewery and Theakstons and you can enjoy a fine curry throughout the county.

Dotted across the breath-taking landscape of North Yorkshire are a series of striking examples of former abbeys, mostly now ruins. The most famous (and deservedly so) are Fountains Abbey near Ripon and Bolton Priory at the southern tip of the Dales, right at the entrance to the National Park. Complete with a rather lovely cafe and ice cream shop and set on the riverside amid thriving forests and rolling hills, this is worth a visit for its magnificent location alone!

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