Rural living in Cononley

Rural living in Cononley

Would you love to live in a picturesque village on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales? This stunning two bedroom home is ideally situated on the village of Cononley between Keighley and Skipton, giving you the best of peaceful rural life.

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The property

On entering the house, you are greeted by a large hallway, leading up to the stairs and featuring a small WC, ideal when entertaining guests. To the left, a door leads into the modern kitchen which offers plenty of cupboard space, and is complete with integrated oven/hob. The spacious lounge to the rear of the home is the perfect place for the whole family to relax, fitted with carpet and offering views out into the garden. An under the stairs cupboard provides extra storage space, and the back door opens out into the private rear garden which offers amazing countryside views.

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The property comprises of two spacious bedrooms, one double and one single, making this home ideal for couples and small families, or even a single person. Both bedrooms are fitted with carpet and boast lovely countryside views. The modern part-tiled bathroom is complete with a white three-piece suite including shower over bath. The property is fitted with carpets and vinyl flooring throughout, and the quiet street provides safe parking.

The location 

Airedale Ings is located in the beautiful village of Cononley in North West Yorkshire, situated 12 minutes from Keighley and 10 minutes from Skipton, with the Yorkshire Dales just beyond that. Enjoy the peaceful village life with local pubs, a primary school, village shop and post office all a few minutes away, whilst still being well connected by regular bus services and the Cononley train station just around the corner. If you want to venture into the city, Bradford is just a 35 minute journey away, and Leeds only 45 minutes by train.

 

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Highlights:

  • Cononley Community Primary School
  • Railway Inn and The New Inn
  • Cononley Train Station
  • River Aire and Leeds & Liverpool Canal
  • Cononley Village Shop & Post Office
  • Riverside Campsite
  • Something Arty art gallery
  • Cononley Village Insitute

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The Yorkshire Dales

Just a 20 minute drive from the property is the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park, one of the highlights of Yorkshire. The Dales provides endless days out with 840 square miles of breath-taking scenery, protected wildlife and rich heritage. Whether you prefer a relaxed stroll, a serious hike or an adventurous bike ride, there’s something for everyone to do.

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As well as the stunning nature, you can discover the many castles in Skipton, Ripley and Bolton, and explore Fountains Abbey and Bolton Abbey to get a feel of it’s medieval past. Alongside the national park is the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a breath-taking dramatic landscape.

There are also many picturesque towns and villages nestled in between the Dales’ rolling hills, including Leyburn, Masham, Settle, Malham and Ingleton, which all offer great days out and their own unique village feel.

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Top 10 things to do

  1. Malham Cove
  2. Aysgarth Falls
  3. The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
  4. White Scar Cave, Ingleton
  5. Janet’s Foss, Malham
  6. Ribblehead Viaduct
  7. Settle Carlisle Railway
  8. Ingleborough Caves
  9. Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway

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Major events

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Yorkshire Pub Walks!

Yorkshire Pub Walks!

The fact that May is National Walking Month, and this beautiful weather we’ve been having, is the perfect reason to get out walking and discover the beauty of Yorkshire. And these routes all include great pub stop offs, even more reason to dust off your walking boots!

The Buck Inn (Malham) – This walk is quite strenuous, 4.5 miles/3 hours, with 400 steps up to Malham Cove to start you off. Treat yourself by taking a 15 minute detour to see the stunning Gordale Scar waterfalls, then through Janet’s Foss, a heavily wooded area. The Buck Inn is a former coach house and one of he most popular pubs in the area, famed for real ale and its bangers & mash.

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Black Swan (Ripon) – This walk is much shorter at just 90 minutes, starting and ending at the pub, which serves homemade meals and views over Burn Valley stretching 40 miles. There is also a longer alternative route- 8.5 miles through Fearby and Masham countryside, passing the infamous Druid’s Temple (pictured).

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Royal Oak Hotel (Settle) – A relaxed walked along the  River Ribble, ending with a train journey on the historic Settle-Carlisle Railway, part of the Pennine Way. The Royal Oak is the first of a number of pubs along this work to stop at,  serving Black Sheep ale and great pub grub.

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Charles Bathurst Inn (Richmond) – Showing you the beautiful scenery of Arkengarthdale (not a place from Lord of the Rings), this 4.5 miles walk also goes through Longthwaite, and brings you to this lovely pub which cooks with local ingredients to create delicious seasonal menus.

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Henry Jenkins (Nidderdale) – An easy walk through Nidderdale, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and its not hard to see why! The route also takes your through Azeney and Kirkby, with children and dogs both welcome, a great family day out with a stop off at the Henry Jenkins pub for some well deserved food.

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Stone House Inn (Harrogate) – Take a tour of the panoramic views of the Thruscross Reservoir, then a short detour to this cosy pub, with log fires, real ales, pub food and afternoon tea, all enjoyed with great views of the Washburn Valley.

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Fox House Inn (Sheffield) – Enjoy the incredible sights of the Peak District with this 3 miles walk near Longshaw Estate, taking you through the well known Hathersage Moors and then to the traditional Fox House Inn for hearty food and a well-earned pint!

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