Bullghyll is a 17th century farmhouse nestled in the hamlet of Wharton in the Yorkshire Dales, near to the Lake District and the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This is the perfect location for exploring the beauty and wonder of this magical part of Yorkshire. The house has recently been lovingly and tastefully restored as a project of Georgina Rose, former Soho House architect; the house has the perfect balance of cosiness, comfort and style, with an easy laid back vibe. Sleeping up to 7 people across 4 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms while the living space offers cosy comfort with lots of character from the old beams and the cavernous fireplaces, two log burners are ready to keep you warm on chillier days, there is a huge garden to enjoy with firepit and BBQ.
You’ll find a welcome hamper of freshly-baked sourdough, a jar of award-winning marmalade plus a homemade cake and biscuits waiting for you on arrival. Fridges can also be pre-stocked with local produce, beers and wine. If you’re feeling lazy after a long drive, home-cooked supper can be ready waiting for you too, or freshly baked sourdough pizzas can be delivered to the door.
We think Bullghyll is a beautiful escape in every way!
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