White Rose Cottage is a four-star gold rated self-catering cottage created from a converted barn that has been tastefully remodelled and is located in Herriot Country near Leyburn at Constable Burton in Lower Wensleydale.
The cottage is decorated to a very high standard and has artwork by local artist Lucy Pittaway alongside the comfortable furniture, good quality soft furnishings many form local suppliers and blinds by Sophie Allport.
It also features a flat screen smart TV (Netflix included) with built in DVD player. A wood burning stove is ideal for cooler seasons and the bookshelf has a n interesting selection alongside, games and DVD’s. Music and radio is via Sonos speakers.
The contemporary kitchen has an electric fan oven, grill, 4 ring induction hob, microwave, 70/30 fridge freezer, full size dishwasher, washing machine, toaster, Kettle, Iron, ironing board and a Tassimo coffee machine.
Accommodation at White Rose Cottage includes a huge super king bed that can also be set up as twin beds with striking grey headboards and a wall mounted flat screen TV (including Netflix) and DVD. The bathroom is on the ground floor and is smartly fitted out with a contemporary feel and large walk-in shower.
Outside there is an enclosed gravel courtyard with a gas BBQ and a modern set of rattan furniture. A lawned area with well-established borders at the front of the cottage is an attractive alternative to the courtyard for summers day reading your favourite book on one of the rattan sun loungers.
With so much to explore in Herriot Country, White Rose Cottage is certainly a home-from-home that Alf Wight (James Herriot) would have approved and being close to so many attractions of North Yorkshire it is a good base to visit them whilst enjoying this attractive part of the county. World of James Herriot is just 30 minutes by car, Wensleydale Railway, the Herriot Country Line runs virtually parallel to the A684 with the nearest station at Finghall just five minutes from the cottage.