Limestone terrace rock formation on the top of Malham Cove, Yorhshire Dales National Park. The Pennine Way passes near by.

Luxury self-catering holiday cottage in the Yorkshire Dales

In a quiet lane in the historic village of Kirkby Malham

In the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park

Bull Barn holiday cottage

Beautifully converted barn dating from 1667 in the Yorkshire Dales. Available for holiday lets throughout the year. Self catered holiday cottage

BULL BARN

HOLIDAY HOME

• Sleeps 6 to 8 people

• 3 bedrooms

• 2 bathrooms

• Open plan kitchen,
dining room and lounge

• Log fire

• Summer living room

• Downstairs cloakroom

• Laundry/utility room

• Patio and garden with outdoor furniture

• Off street parking

• Wifi, flatscreen TV,
DVD player, Netflicks
and audio system

Dusk on the limestone terraces in the Yorkshire Dales National Park

ABOUT BULL BARN HOLIDAY COTTAGE

Beautifully converted holiday home

Tucked away in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales in the historic village of Kirkby Malham, Bull Barn cottage, a seventeenth century built stone barn, has been meticulously converted into a luxurious self catering holiday cottage.

 

Contemporary living

While the exterior of the building has been sympathetically restored retaining it’s original character, the interior of the cottage has been completed to a very high contemporary standard with an open plan kitchen, dining room and lounge with wood burning stove. High ceilings with exposed oak and pine beams throughout the cottage reflect its historical nature.  At the front of the cottage large patio windows open out onto a cobbled area with outdoor furniture.

Inside out for summer living

To the rear of the cottage accessed via the lounge there is an additional bright airy summer living room. With full room-width concertinered french doors that open on to a rear patio  and garden, for perfect summer days and easy alfresco dining. This area too has outdoor furniture and a BBQ.

 

And so to bed…

Upstairs the barn has 2 double bedrooms and a twin bedroom, each with a small flat screen TV. One double has an  en suite shower room while the other two rooms share a large family bathroom with sizable bath. The summer room has a large comfy sofa bed allowing more flexible sleeping arrangements or the property to sleep up to 8 people.

Comfort and relaxation at Bull Barn

With numerous creature comforts including a large flat screen TV, DVD player and DVDs, Netflicks and audio system, Bull Barn cottage makes a perfect base for exploring the area with the option of returning ‘home’ and putting your feet up in style!

 

Getting practical

On the practical side in the utility room is a washing machine and tumble drier, extra storage space and a place for outdoor gear such as boots and jackets. Ideal for self-catering, the kitchen is designed with both enthusiastic cook and lover of convenience in mind. There are a range of ‘cook’s’ favourite utensils and other essentials such as dishwasher and microwave.

 

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FACILITIES & FLOOR PLANS

Bull Barn equipment

• KITCHEN – Ceramic induction hob and electric oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, kettle, toaster, dishwasher

• LAUNDRY – Washing machine, tumble dryer,
iron/ironing board

• ENTERNTAINMENT – Sky TV with HD box and standard viewing package, DVD player with selection
of DVDs, Netflix available for guests

• WIFI – Free internet connection

• BEDROOMS – TVs in each bedroom, bed linen
and towels

• CHILDREN – Cot and high chair available

• SUMMER ROOM – Double sofa bed

• OUTDOORS – Patio and garden area with table
and chairs, Weber BBQ

• PARKING – Off road parking for up to three cars.

 

Price also includes

• LOG FIRE – Basket of logs for wood burning stove

• HEAT & ELECTRIC – All electricity including radiators and underfloor heating

 

No smoking inside this property please

 

Awards

British Tourist Board  ★★★★

KIRBY MALHAM AND SURROUNDING YORKSHIRE DALES AREA

Kirby Malham

Bull Barn holiday cottage is nestled in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales on a quiet lane in the charming village of Kirkby Malham. It is conveniently located for ambling along the river to neighbouring villages and local public houses, as well as more serious walking. The village itself is home to the beautiful 15th Century church of St. Michael the Archangel which is thought to house the church bells heard by Tom in the novelist Charles Kingsley’s “Water Babies”.

 

Malham, the Cove and Gordale Scar

A mile further down the road, or a half hour stroll along the river, lies the village of Malham surrounded by some of the finest limestone scenery in Britain. The most impressive of these limestone features, created by the mid-craven fault, are the Malham Cove and Gordale Scar, both a short walk away from the village.

Malham  was founded in the period 670-800AD although in the surrounding fields and fells lie the remains of much older settlements dating as far back as 5000BC. The history is rich and visible, from stone-age flints to the influence of Danes and Norsemen on place names and language to the modern landscape nurtured by generations of shepherds and farmers.

 

Plenty more to explore

Kirkby Malham makes an ideal base from which to discover The Yorkshire Dales. In and around Malham alone you could spend several days exploring the limestone scenery and Tarn. Moving further afield numerous small villages offer their own unique charm, and historic towns such as Harrogate and York are close enough to visit for the day.

Activities on the doorstep

The area isn’t only known for its superb walks and hiking, although with trails such as the famous Pennine Way on your doorstep you might well spend your time ambling through this historic landscape. Other activities include cycling – along country lanes or take to the hills on a mountain bike, but if you prefer to explore the bridle ways on horseback then the local Trekking Centre is open throughout the year catering for all levels. A short walk from Malham, climbers can tackle some of the most demanding rock in Europe. Caving, paragliding and kiting are also found in the area.

 

Further food for thought

The Yorkshire Dales is home to many fine eateries and public houses, with menus featuring traditional favourites to those offering more modern and eclectic dishes. Farm shops give you the opportunity to buy home grown produce or you could stock up at the Farmers Market in nearby Skipton.

GUEST FEEDBACK & TESTIMONIALS

“We’ve had a lovely time, just a shame it’s only for a weekend. Our children settled very quickly which is a good sign that Bull Barn feels just like home... and better.”

 

“After many years of holidaying in cottages Bull Barn has to be the most well equipped and beautifully designed. All this in a wonderful village.”

 

“Bull Barn cottage was really cool. The beds were really comfy. I love the location.”

“Brilliant! Comfortable! Contemporary and Netflix is genius for those rainy days. All needs were catered for and we will definitely not hesitate to recommend the fab Bull Barn holiday cottage to our friends”

 

“What a fantastic way to celebrate a 30th birthday weekend! Walked up Gordale Scar, ate in the local pub, and relaxed. I’m sure we’ll be back but we’ll be sure to stop the church bells ringing at 9 am on a Sunday!!!”

“Another wonderful week in your comfortable Bull Barn.”

 

“Great to be back. Bull Barn feels like home as soon as you walk in the door. The best place to be for a wonderful Christmas, long walks and local beers!”

 

“Loved it, loved it loved it. A ‘real’ home from home. Despite the awful weather we had a really good time, mainly due to the comfortable layout of the cottage in its secluded location. For once we made the right choice.”

 

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BULL BARN HOLIDAY COTTAGE PRICES

Week stay

7 nights Saturday to Saturday

Low Season £740

Mid Season £925

High Season £1180

 

3 night break

Low Season £570

Mid Season £720

 

Concessions

• 20% off for under occupancy rate for
2 people in low and mid season

Low Season 2014-15

• 4th October  to 25th October 2014

• 2nd November to 20th December 2014

• 4th January to 14th February 2015

• 28th February to 28th March 2015

• 25th April to 2nd May 2015

• 9th May to 23rd May 2015

• 3rd October to 24th October 2015

• 31st October to 19th December 2015

Mid Season 2014-15

• 1st June to 25th July 2014

• 31st August to 4th October 2014

• 25th October to 1st November 2014

• 14th February to 28th February 2015

• 28th March to 25th April 2015

• 2nd May to 9th May 2015

• 30th May to 26th July 2015

• 1st September to 3rd October 2015

• 24th October to 31st October 2015

High Season 2014-15

• 25th July to 31st August 2014

• 20th December 2014 to 4th January 2015

• 23rd May to 30th May 2015

• 26th July to 1st September 2015

• 19th December 2015 to 3rd January 2016

 

 

Contact us for midweek
offers throughout the year

 

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Beautiful lush green fields of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Great for walking or cycling holidays.

 

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LOCATION

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OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ON OFFER IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES

Walking & hiking

There are walks to suit every age and ability from a gentle stroll through an historic village to a vigorous day out completing a three peaks challenge on Yorkshire's Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.

 

Cycling

Road biking – as the 2014 Tour de France proved, the lanes of the Yorkshire Dales offer fantastic cycling for professionals and enthusiasts alike. The new coast to coast Way of the Roses route passes through this area too.

Mountain biking – with bridleways criss-crossing the Dales there are numerous routes to explore.

Canal towpaths – a great alternative to the hills, the towpaths offer less strenuous cycling. Cycle through Skipton, Gargrave and Settle.

• cyclethedales.org.uk

 

Fishing

Learn to fly fish Kilnsey Trout Farm – kilnseypark.co.uk

• Foulridge Reservoir

• Helwith Bridge Fly Fishery

• Raygill Fisheries

Paragliding

• Active Edge – activeedge.co.uk

 

Golf

If golf is your fancy, the Yorkshire Dales won't disappoint. With  clubs in both Settle and Skipton, and slightly further afield in Richmond, you have plenty to go at. And if that swing needs attention then head to the driving range in Stirton.

• Settle Golf Club – settlegolfclub.co.uk

• Skipton Golf Club  – skiptongolfclub.co.uk

• White Hills Golf Driving Range, Stirton, near Skipton

• Richmond Golf Club, North Yorkshire – richmondyorksgolfclub.co.uk

 

Caving

The geological formation and evolution of the area offers a superb underworld to explore. Check out Stumpcross Caverns, Whitescar and  Ingleton.

 

 

Rock climbing & bouldering

Both limestone and gritstone but predominantly the former. Brimham Rocks. In and around Malham – the Cove and Gordale Scar.

 

Canal boats

Hire a canal boat at Skipton and mooch along the canals for a few days.

 

Horse riding

With Bridleways criss-crossing the Yorkshire Dales is ideal for those who fancy exploring on horseback. The Pennine Bridleway and Settle Loop are two popular treks.

• Kilnsey Riding and Treking Centre – kilnseyriding.com

 

 

Canoeing & Sailing

Craven Sailing Club.

 

Fell Running

A regular schedule of events for enthusiasts.

SIGHT-SEEING IN & AROUND THE YORKSHIRE DALES

Bolton Abbey

boltonabbey.com

 

Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Garden

nationaltrust.org.uk/fountains-abbey/

 

Malham Cove & Tarn

nationaltrust.org.uk/malham-tarn-estate/

 

Dales Countryside Museum

dalescountrysidemuseum.org.uk

Grassington

Historic market town.

 

Ribblehead Viaduct

Settle to Carlisle train

settle-carlisle.co.uk/explore-the-line/stations/ribblehead/

 

FOOD & DRINK IN THE YORKSHIRE DALES

Wensleydale Cheese

Hawes

Cheese factory, shop and cafe.

wensleydale.co.uk

 

Blacksheep Brewery

Masham

Brewery tour, restaurant and shop.

blacksheepbrewery.com

 

Townend Farm Shop

Airton

Shop with local produce and tea room.

townendfarmshop.co.uk

 

 

USEFUL INFORMATION FOR YOUR STAY AT BULL BARN HOLIDAY COTTAGE

Stocking up

• Farm End Farm Shop, Airton

• Co-op, Settle and Gargrave

• Booths, Settle

• Home delivery – Tesco online

 

 

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DALES LETTINGS

The Craven Arms,
Brackenber Lane, Giggleswick, North Yorkshire BD24 0EA

 

07817 524 597