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Bellegreen overlooks the green at Reeth, one of Swaledale's most attractive villages, at the junction of Swaledale and Argengarthdale and is an ideal base for walking or touring.
Bellegreen is a stone-built three storey house. Originally part of the village workhouse, it dates from about 1800 and has recently been completely refurbished and refurnished.
Reeth is located aprroximately 6 miles from Leyburn and 12 miles from Richmond and is a typical Dales village dominated by a large green and overlooked by Fremington Edge. The village has three pubs, all of which serve food, and a number of shops and restaurants. Nearby Grinton and Langthwaite are smaller villages with further facilities.
This cottage offers 2 double bedrooms, 1 twin bedroom (accessed through a double), 1 single bedroom, 2 bathrooms - 1 with shower over bath and 1 with separate shower cubicle, fully equipped kitchen with large dining area, additional ground floor lounge, large first floor lounge overlooking green, garden and barbecue area.
Large kitchen / dining room. Dining table to seat 8. Electric Cooker, Dishwasher, Fridge, Microwave Oven, Flat-screen Television. Newly decorated and new cooker, ceramic hob and dishwasher.
Bathroom 1 with shower spray over bath, toilet and basin. Newly refitted with porcelain tile floor and separate thermostatic shower over the bath.
Extra sitting room. Large flat-screen television with multi-channel Freesat and VCR (playback only)
Large sitting room with open coal fire and views over the Green to the front and towards Grinton Moor at the rear. Rear door to balcony and steps down to patio/barbeque/garden area. Payphone, Large Flat-screen Television with multi-channel Freesat and DVD.
Bathroom 2 with bath, walk in thermostatic shower, WC and basin
Large double bedroom with exposed A frame beams.
Twin bedroom with exposed A-frame beams (NOTE that this bedroom is accessed through the double)
Total Sleeping Accommodation
2 double, 1 twin, 1 single
Cottage accommodates 7 in four bedrooms
Full oil-fired central heating to all rooms. The cost of fuel (oil, coal and electricity included in the rental)
Patio doors from kitchen to BBQ area with gas-fired BBQ, table and chairs.
Steps up to small garden
Utility room off patio area with Automatic Washing Machine, Freezer and Tumble Dryer
Private parking at the front for one car - plentiful public parking within 50 metres
Broadband Wi-Fi available free
Pets welcome (£20 extra)
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