Entry to Craigendale Cottage is at the front and takes you into a well equipped shaker style kitchen with ample room for family dining. This leads through to a cosy lounge with exposed ceiling joists and an original dressed stone fireplace with flagged hearth and 'living flame' stove. A rear door from the lounge leads out to the patio garden. A stairway rises between the lounge and kitchen to a small stepped landing serving a double bedroom, twin bedroom and tiled bathroom with bath, sprinkler shower, washbasin and toilet. Both bedrooms have exposed beams and the double room still retains the original Victorian fireplace and surround.
Located in the ancient market town of Masham, a 'Gateway to the Dales', it has one of the largest market places in the North of England and is faced by stylish Georgian buildings which surround the central market cross. The once famed annual sheep sales, where over 80,000 head would be sold in just three days still continues to this day during the month of September, albeit on a much smaller scale, as does one of the North's largest steam rallies in July. It is now most famous for the Theakston's and Black Sheep Breweries where brewing dates back to 1827, and warmly welcomes visitors. The town is embraced by the River Ure and sits picturesquely with the tall spire of Saint Mary's church visible from miles around. Pretty riverside walks in beautiful countryside or the nearby stately grounds of Swinton Castle along with the fun park at Lightwater Valley and attractions of Ripon, Harrogate and York offer enjoyment and excitement for all.