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Located in the unspoilt village of Fearby, near Masham, with its wide village greens and within the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bramblewick is everyone's idea of a traditional stone-built cottage.
It has parking, a south-facing enclosed garden at the front and a patio garden at the rear. Ideally situated for touring North Yorkshire by car, cycle or on foot, or simply relaxing in beautiful countryside.
Local attractions include fishing, golf, clay pigeon shooting, pony trekking and tennis. The Wensleydale heritage railway and The Forbidden Corner, an attraction which defies description, are a few miles distant.
Unlimited broadband WiFi is provided and one well-behaved pet is welcome. This Visit Britain 4 Star rated property sleeps up to four people in two double bedrooms - the largest, with glorious views over open country, has a king size bed and an en-suite wc and shower room. There is an additional house bathroom with wc, bath and shower.
Lovely cottage on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales
By David S., Hull on 28-Aug-2016
Comfortable and clean 2 bedroom cottage near Masham, North Yorkshire. Lots to do in the area and ideal location to explore York, Ripon, local steam railways and markets nearby. Lots of walks and good pubs with fine food and locally brewed ale to sample. Our cocker spaniel had a great time in this pet friendly cottage. Owners very helpful and welcome pack much appreciated. Great value and highly recommend for those looking to explore this area.
Lovely cottage, ideally situated & well equipped.
By Jane Z. on 06-May-2016
This lovely 2 bedroomed, 2 bathroom, well equipped cottage set in a beautiful, peaceful village did not seem crowded even with four large adults and medium sized dog! It was spotless on arrival and great thought had obviously gone into providing everything you might need for your stay. It was ideally situated for visiting the many attractions North Yorkshire has to offer. The weather threw everything it had at us but the snow actually added to our enjoyment. We would recommend the Wensleydale Creamery at Hawes, the Black Sheep Brewery at Masham, Thorp Perrow Arboretum and Bolton Castle but most of all the wonderful Wensleydale scenery. The Bruce Arms in Masham was very dog friendly and Vennells was excellent for a special occasion. We would certainly recommend Bramblewick Cottage to friends and relatives.
Worth braving the weather!
By Maxine A. on 26-Jan-2016
We found the cottage very peaceful and it suited us perfectly. It had everything we neededThe weather was challenging but we visited Leeds, York and Skipton, spending other days in and around Masham. Friends were able to visit and we enjoyed a tour of Theakston's brewery. We are certainly considering another stay, but maybe when the weather is likely to be better.
Lovely Return Visit
By Debbie, North Wales on 26-Jan-2016
A lovely third stay at what we now consider to be our ' home from home' with Poppi our Labrador. We didn't venture out much as this was a chill out week and the weather was foggy, so we spent much of the week snuggled up in front of the log burner... As ever, a much enjoyed welcome pack was waiting for us in the well equipped kitchen diner, and the cottage was clean and tidy on our arrival. The owners Alison and David do everything possible to make your stay a welcome one. Thoroughly recommend Bramblewick Cottage as an excellent holiday cottage, with plenty to see and do in the area and a Brymor ice cream is a must whatever the time of year!
By John B. on 06-Sep-2015
This is an outstanding cottage. It is very comfortable, warm and cosy and equipped with everything you might expect in a holiday cottage but with much more. There was a very welcome welcome pack with a Yorkshire theme; instructions were available for everything from the tv/dvd to the log burner. The bed was comfy and cleanliness was clearly a priority. Location is ideal for the many places to visit between Leyburn and Ripon. We would especially recommend Jervaulk Abbey for quiet serenity and the Theakston's brewery tour at Masham.
Bramblewick Cottage, Fearby, Masham
By Christine J. on 15-May-2015
Comfortable well equipped cottage. Beautiful comfortable beds and bedding we all slept better than at home which is unusual. Well equipped modern kitchen and modern clean bathrooms.
Nice welcome pack.
Good for taking our small dog for a walk and the fenced garden was a bonus.
We ate at the Kings Head in Masham several times because we were spoilt for choice with the menu and the staff were all very efficient.
Very convenient for the Dales and Whitby. Hope to come again next year.
By Bill, Scotland on 02-Apr-2015
Quaint, Idyllic, Peaceful, First class all that and more.
Enjoyed my week in this perfectly kept cottage in its lovely little village.
The perfect countryside cottage
By Mrs S, Scotland on 05-Mar-2015
We wanted a relaxing week in the country and at Bramblewick Cottage that's exactly what we got. The cottage has everything a couple could want. It is kept to a very high standard, is warm and cosy and sitting on a cold dark evening in front of the log burning fire with a glass of wine was just perfect. We spent our week exploring small towns and villages by car and going for long walks straight from the cottage. Don't miss going to the Black Sheep Brewery or eating at Vennelle's in Masham.
New Year break
By Gill, Glossop on 03-Jan-2015
We had a lovely week in this cosy cottage that was just as described, clean,well equipped and surrounded by places of interest. The weather was very cold but for most of the week we had blue sky and sun, perfect for frosty walks and visits to pubs! Many walks were also very muddy and proper footwear was essential.We especially enjoyed our trip to the Black Sheep Brewery and for me it was a joy to find a restaurant that on request served gluten free food. The staff at The Black Swan were very friendly and the local shops in Masham provided all we needed in the way of food, drink and fuel for the fire. I'm sure we will return!
One Week not long enough.
By Med-Sec, Chichester on 21-Dec-2014
My sister, my dog and I stayed for one lovely relaxed week at Bramblewick Cottage in Fearby North Yorkshire. We were lucky with the weather but even if that had failed us we would have enjoyed the lovely walks from the cottage. We saw an abundance of wild life including a red kite, stoats and kingfishers whilst out. Amongst other places we visited Hackfall Woods, Middleham and the gallops, and had a river walk in Masham-all absolutely fabulous. The cottage was warm and extremely comfortable with all that we needed during our weeks escape. We certainly would recommend it and hope to return soon.
By Pigpen, Carlisle on 30-Nov-2014
We had a great time in a fabulous cottage near a friendly pub. The cottage is cosy and comfortable with a wood burning stove, a well equipped kitchen and great facilities The area is fab for walking and near Masham for real ale lovers. We will definitely be back and would not hesitate to rebook Bramblewick.
By Sarah, Oxfordshire on 28-Nov-2014
A real joy to stay in a property that was exactly as advertised. The owners have taken the trouble to make the cottage a real home from home and anticipate their guests' needs even as far as laminating walking guides for the local area and leaving an initial supply of logs, firelighters and matches for the wood burner. A lovely part of the country and well worth driving further afield to really appreciate the Dales although for keen walkers and cyclists the surrounding area offers plenty.
By Debbie, North Wales on 15-Jul-2014
This charming cottage is certainly everything it is advertised to be and more. The little touches by the owners, from the welcome goodies to the freshly laundered towels for the dog, make every bit of difference and you feel at home straight away.. The cottage was clean, comfortable and well maintained and in such a beautiful village that is quiet but not far from the nearby town of Masham if you need anything. With plenty of walking to be had and nearby attractions for those seeking more than the tranquility of the area, we would recommend this cottage without hessitation. We enjoyed our stay in March so much, we have already booked our return visit later in the summer.
By Baron, Maclaren Vale on 22-Jun-2014
Lovely cottage, equipped to a high standard, particularly in the kitchen. Comfortable beds, quality linen and warm central heating. Fantastic location with walks and villages in every direction. Cottage set in a beautifully quiet and pretty village, with paddocks directly behind the cottage. Highly recommended.
Ideal Country Cottage
By Keith, West Yorkshire on 15-May-2014
Could not fault the care and preparation taken for our visit, really felt at home from first opening the door, the welcome package was a nice touch. So homely we could have stayed longer and will be making a return visit for sure.