Jasmine Cottage sleeps four guests in two bedrooms and sits in the picturesque Yorkshire village of Askrigg. Nominated for the 'best place in the UK to have a holiday home' (The Times), Askrigg is everything you would hope for in a Dales village with its attractive church and quaint cobbled streets peppered with stone cottages, shops (including a tea shop and deli) and three pubs serving food and local ale.
Probably better recognised as the fictional village of Darrowby in the hit television series All Creatures Great and Small, Askrigg is a small but incredibly friendly community welcoming visitors all year round. The market square still has its cross which dates back to 1830, a pump and the original bull ring. Hardly surprising for such a beautiful setting there are a number of artists and craftsmen with studios in the village selling their work.
Outside: The cottage has a lovely courtyard which is a good size providing privacy and a sunny secluded place to relax outside with a glass of wine after a long day exploring the fells.
Additional information: Prices include heating, electricity, bed linen and towels. Short breaks (three night minimum) available most of the year round - please enquire with the owner. Free on-road parking available locally. There is a local bus that does daily pickups in the village taking you to Leyburn, Aysgarth and Hawes. Sorry but no dogs.