Dean Mews


West Yorkshire, Yorkshire

Dean Mews is a remarkable, stone-fronted holiday home dating back to the 1800s and was a workers cottage for the Bleach works. Set in an acre and accessed down a private road, this is the perfect secluded location with access to everything West and North Yorkshire has to offer. Brimming with character with its exposed brickwork and woodburning stove and with lovely countryside views, this five-bed property is a fantastic base for families and friends alike. The property is accessed via electric gates, where you will find a spacious driveway for multiple vehicles. The property has wooden floors and designer wallpaper throughout. Step inside to discover the farmhouse kitchen, which houses everything you need for a self-catered stay, including an Aga, gas cooker and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and a dishwasher for a fuss-free clean. Make use of the cloakroom and utility room for when you need to freshen up, where you will find a washing machine and tumble dryer. Moving through the property, locate the living/dining room; here you can sink into plush sofas as the woodburning stove crackles, and the Smart TV entertains. Enjoy mealtimes together at the dining table or if the sun is shining. French bifold doors lead out to the sprawling garden, where a covered outdoor kitchen with roof lantern offers a drinks fridge, Swedish stainless steel gas heated cooking station ensuring you enjoy a unique alfresco experience along with the outside shower and wood heated hot tub. The enclosed garden is a great place to while away the hours, with a play area for the young ones, furniture to sip cold beverages and a wood fired hot tub to melt your worries away. As the evening winds to a close, retire to the ground floor bedroom, where a double sofa bed awaits you or venture upstairs and choose between four themed bedrooms, including a super-king-size with an en-suite, a double and two twins, all with Smart TVs. In the morning, prepare for the day ahead in the family bathroom with a soothing soak in the freestanding tub or a quick wash in the sperate shower. For your immediate amenities, head into the towns of Horsforth or Bramhope, which host a selection of eateries to treat yourselves and an array of shops to stock up on the essentials. The property is five minutes’ drive from Horsforth train station, equally you can walk across country fields via a public footpath to the train station in fourty minutes. Horsforth train station is on the Harrogate and Leeds line. You can be in Harrogate in twenty minute via train, York in fourty mins via train, and Leeds in twenty minutes via train, all direct. The property is situated close to lots of walking, including the famous Otley Chevin, which is seven minutes’ drive by car and cycling opportunities are a plenty you can ride to the Otley segment of the Tour De France / Tour De Yorkshire route within twenty minutes. Similarly you could ride out to Almscliffe Crag, Leeds Liverpool Canal, Harrogate, Otley, Ilkley or Skipton. Dean Mews is perfectly situated to access an abundance of shopping, restaurants, bars, museums and countryside in Leeds, Harrogate, York and the Yorkshire Dales National park all accessible by car and train. Enjoy a peaceful stroll around Golden Acre Park in Bramhope or the world famous Valley Gardens in Harrogate, immerse yourself in the past at Harrogate Royal Pump Room Museum or venture to Yeadon Tarn and feed the ducks. Test your swing at the multitude of exceptional local golf courses, Cookridge Hall (5 minutes by car), Moor Town (home of the first Ryder Cup) Moor Allerton, Alwoodley, and Sandmoor Golf Clubs, all within twenty minutes of Dean Mews. Drive or ride to Surprise View at Otley Chevin or walk along the water at Otley whilst getting lunch at Buon Apps overlooking the river. If you fancy a break from cooking, you have every level of restaurant available in Leeds, Harrogate, Otley and York. Michelin star, The Man Behind The Curtain in Leeds City Centre, The White Hart at Pool Bank serves excellent pub food, Trattoria il Forno minutes away in Horsforth cooks wood fired pizza and in Harrogate you have William & Victoria for formality, the world famous Betty’s for afternoon tea or Portofino for a more casual affair. For the essentials there are several well-stocked convenience stores and supermarkets, so you don’t need to worry about running low on ingredients! The children will not be kept wanting with Eureka in Halifax, Go Ape at Temple Newsam, Harrogate Climbing Centre and Stockeld Park all within thirty minutes drive. For the history lovers, the Leeds Royal Armouries, Harrogate Royal Pump Room Museum, Knaresborough Castle, Leeds Abbey House Museum, Yorks Jorvik Viking Centre and Leeds City Museum can all be accessed by direct train or car within thirty minutes. Harewood house twenty minutes drive is a gem for young and old alike. For the great outdoors and rolling countryside, take your pick, of Otley, Airedale, Bolton Abbey, Ilkley Moor, Fountains Abbey, Almsclife Crag, Brimham Rocks, Fulneck, we could go on and the coast is doable with Whitby and Scarborough within two hours drive. For a stunning base to explore everything Yorkshire has to offer, from Countryside to Town and City, choose Dean Mews.

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