Hill Crest is on Main Street in the heart of Askrigg. A charming Georgian town house, that has been painstakingly restored, retaining period features but with modern creature comforts.
The house accommodates six people over three floors. Fully renovated in 2016 by the current owners this historic property is full of original character and charm with exposed wooden beams, flagged floors, blended with antique furniture and a classic decorative style. Outside, from the kitchen, there is an open courtyard area which leads directly into a charming south facing garden.
High walls and deep herbaceous flower beds and lawn offer a sunny sheltered area to relax and entertain in. The house is close to the shop and three very good pubs all of which offer excellent food, drinks and atmosphere. Askrigg has a wide range of activities available.
There are numerous walks, graded from easy dog walks to the more adventurous and challenging hill walks. The tour de France passed through the village and retracing the route is a popular activity for keen cyclists. The famous Buttertubs pass is within easy reach. We have a secure area for guests bikes.
The entrance is through a wide spacious hallway which leads through to the kitchen. Stone flagged floors run throughout. A Falcon range cooker with six gas rings and two fan ovens, oak cupboards, a dish washer, microwave and a washing machine. A dualit toaster and butler sink. The kitchen is well equipped with utensils and has a large fridge freezer.
The sitting room has a wood burning stove and three comfortable sofas, antique furniture, deep carpets sky TV and internet and a high quality naim bluetooth speaker which is accessed via wifi / .air drop.
The bathroom is on this floor with a wide 0ak planked floor and a cast iron roll top bath. It also has a modern shower unit. The landing leads up to the largest of the bedrooms light and airy with a fantastic beamed ceiling, king sized bed and antique furniture
Surrounded by a carpet of greenery in the valley between two moors sits Askrigg. The village is neighboured by Hawes and Bainbridge and little further away is the busy market town of Leyburn. From a distance you can see the landmark of St Oswald's church tower amongst the distinctive stone of the Yorkshire Dales.
|January||3rd Jan - Easter £400
Easter Week £500
|May||May - June £500||£300|
|June||Mid June - August £800||No Weekends Available|
|December||Dec 1st - 20th £400
December 21st - Jan 2nd £800
Please contact us to discuss your requirements or make a reservation.