Escape to the Manor House.

A 17th Century Yorkshire Dales Manor set in professionally kept grounds of 1.5 acres with hot tub, BBQ and veranda dining over-looking the stunning Dales countryside.

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Kitchen

The house benefits from a traditional country kitchen. With a warming AGA and central, old-fashioned butchers block food preparation island, the kitchen is truly the heart of the house.

All modern appliances, fridges, freezers, and food storage cupboards are in a separate utility room. A wine fridge is set into the main kitchen to ensure your hot-tub sessions have the correct accompaniment as well as the wonderful food prepared on the AGA.

Private Dining and Wine Tasting is available at extra charge and special request. Please contact enquiriesmanor@outlook.com when booking.

The Manor House dining room extends from the kitchen, creating a social atmosphere for families and friends to dine, laugh and enjoy the equally warming wood-burning stove, which heats the traditional stone floored dining space.

Doors, Beams and Old Structures

The house is an 17th century Manor House, with low beams and doors. The main features of the house are retained, providing luxurious escapism from modern architecture to a traditional Yorkshire Dales Manor.

The Manor is completely unique. Each door is a different height and width, fitting with the old designs of country style and practicality.

Fires and warmth

A hearth is where friends gather and hearts are warmed, as the phrase goes, and this certainly applies to the Manor House. The house has four real fires, with one heating the hot tub! The dining area and main lounge are warmed with wood burning stoves, giving atmosphere, warmth and an environment for conversation and convivial company.

Separate to the main lounge and dining room the Manor House snug has a 17th century open fire, heating a room for adult quiet time or a space for children who do not require supervision and may want a break from Mum and Dad.

Bedrooms & Sleeping

The uniqueness of the doors and beams of the house carries throughout, with a multi-level landing and staircase leading to the bedrooms.

The house has four bedrooms in total. There are two en-suite rooms with king size beds and differing characteristics fitting with the hamlets and hills of Malhamdale.

There is a further super king double room and a twin (king size split in two) with bedrooms having a combination of (unused) 17th century fires, open wooden beams, and stunning views up and down the valley.

The garden and grounds

The Manor is a play haven for children. Space, space and more space! Two gardens front and rear of the house provide ample safe areas for playing and burning off energy – if the fells of the Dales either on foot or bike haven’t totally worn-out children and adults.

If the adults wish to enjoy some downtime, children can play with plenty of space for football or cricket.

For those who enjoy gardens and their calming nature, the grounds are professionally kept, with over 1.5 acres of plants and borders to enjoy. Garden seating away from the house is also popular with guests to which many describe as “the gin and tonic trellis”.

The large drive provides ample space for small children to enjoy riding their bikes, safe from the road if the large gates are closed. The outbuildings provide 8 bike stations, secure for family or experienced bikes to be stored.

All the grounds provide excellent space for dogs to be exercised – if they too have energy leftover from enjoying the fun the area has to offer.

Dogs

Two dogs are welcome, and all dog litter should be collected and not left in the garden. Poo bags and a shovel are provided. Dogs are not allowed on the furniture or in the bedrooms.

Dog beds are provided in the porch and drying room with treats, snacks and Manor House blankets and towels. Dog shower facilities are outside the porch and drying room by the boot cleaner. 

Outside Space

Manor House Hot Tub

Guests are provided gowns, slippers, and towels for the wood-fired hot tub. A unique experience is to be enjoyed, looking out over some of the most beautiful countryside in Yorkshire, some say UK and some even the world.

The sunset lights up the Hanlith Hill side at the base of Weets Top fell, while the greenery and dry-stone walls of the house provide an element of privacy.

The tub has lighting, spa facility and provides relaxation, reflection and – if required – the ideal wind down from a day exploring the Dales. Opposite the hot tub is the traditional stone BBQ ideal for slow cooking local lamb or searing a local steak.

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Our changeover day is Friday. Minimum stay 7 nights.
Pricing starts from £2,800 for 7 nights off season and £3,325 in high season.

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History & Renovation…

Fully renovated in 2020