You will find everything you need to relax in a beautiful location. Visit Granville House Bell Busk in the Yorkshire Dales for a short break or month long holiday.
You will have 3 bedrooms to choose from; a large master room with en-suite and king size 4 poster, a large double and a large twin with desk and height adjustable chair. There is a house bathroom with a roll top bath big enough for two and a loo with a view.
The kitchen and dining room is open plan and is a great sociable space. The hand built bespoke wooden kitchen has been described as a cooks dream with good quality equipment, and an Aga so the house is always warm and cosey. In this room, there is a piano and guitar with sheet music, books, magazines, radio, I POD dock and WiFi . The sitting room has a TV with 'free to air' satellite channels, magazines, books, games and a log burner. You will even have central heating, double glazing, hot or cold running water, electricity, an iron and a hairdryer.
There is an information folder in the kitchen which clearly explains how to work everything and you will have your very own mini tourist information centre to hand with leaflets and organised folders to help you plan your perfect holiday.
The gardens are pretty and spacious with well stocked borders, tables and chairs. We provide picnic blankets too, but there is an unfenced deep pond and an unfenced drop into the car park at the back so children must be supervised at all times. Malham Cove and Haw Crag can be seen from the back garden. The garden at the front is smaller and safer with a nice view of the church spire and the little viaduct over which steam trains can be seen if you are lucky. We provide bird seed for the bird table.
You can enjoy a private entrance and off road private parking for 3 cars, but you must promise to close the gates to keep out the nosey sheep and cows.
In the surrounding fields, depending on the time of year, you will see spring lambs being born or gambling and pronking about, you may also see calves being born up until mid autumn.
Bell Busk is a sleepy ancient hamlet, in a conservation area alongside the upper reaches of the River Aire and Otterburn Beck. It was once the main terminus for the Dales when we had a railway station and silk mill. Before that the Romans were here walking up and down our lane. There are lots of things to do round here with walks and cycle trails straight from your door. There are otters in the rivers, spot the king fishers too. At dusk, step outside to see bats and owls and then study the night sky without light pollution. The aurora can be seen from the top of Haw Crag during solar flares.