Hazel Brow House is an amazing family home, built as a status symbol by a local landowner in 1860 onto an existing traditional 18th century dales house, it’s full of character. The house has recently been renovated and refurbished with new bathrooms, kitchen, boot room and wet room. The sitting room, dining room and snug all have open fires which you’re welcome to light although our new ‘dragon’, housed in the old dairy, does an excellent job of heating the house – you’ll be sure of a warm and comfy holiday. The dining room is the perfect setting for celebratory meals, just the place to make those special memories.
The garden has a patio with barbecue and outdoor seating, the sloping lawn leads down to a private footpath through meadow fields to the River Swale where fishing is available in season. A cycle rack is provided in the garage and there’s plenty of parking. Situated within the village, it’s just a short walk to the pub and stone’s throw from the farm visitor centre. England’s highest Inn and highest waterfall are both within striking distance for the keen walker but we’re on an excellent transport route for those who might want to take advantage of a ride part way.
Whatever your interests we’re sure you’ll enjoy our beautiful dale and especially our glorious house.
Contact us for prices which range from £1015 - £1750 per week (with the exception of Christmas and New Year which are our 2 most sought after weeks in the year!)
Roaring fires, luxurious rooms, spectacular views and well equipped kitchen to cook up your own feast. Arrive to complimentary mince pies and mulled wine and wake up to a luxury breakfast hamper. No rush to leave with our extended check out you can blow the cobwebs away with fabulous walks from the doorstep.
Enjoy all of this for a maximumof 16 friends and family for just £720 (£45 per person)
Balance to be paid upon booking
Maximum per booking 16 people
2 well behaved dogs allowed
Valid from 29/11/2019 to 22/12/2019
* Bookings and offers are provided by a third party with no affiliation with Welcome to Yorkshire