The perfect Romantic bolt hole Quirky cottage for 2 at the centre of a unique village in Yorkshire Dales National Park By the village green and river. Explore villages and hamlets, ancient farmsteads, lakes and fells with big views. Perfect cycling/walking quiet roads, pubs and cafes,
Private Wood Fired Hot Tub Fitted Kitchen. Dining Conservatory. Fully heated. Wood burning stove, King size bedroom with views to the river. Large Shower room. Free WiFi Sunny Courtyard with seating and table. 1 mile walk to our local community pub 1 or 2 dogs welcome. £20.00/dog/stay
The Brew House
Sleeps 2 (plus Baby and/or Dog)
Parking (for one vehicle only)
Wood Fired Hot Tub.
Electricity – heating and lighting and water
Logs and kindling for wood stove and Wood fired Hot Tub.
“Brilliant little cottage”
Brew house is a lovely little cottage situated in a small quiet village. The ideal place for a quiet relaxing break. The cottage is very clean and comfortable, so cosy when we lit the log burner in the evening.
The village of Maulds Meaburn is beautiful and the Brew House accommodation is lovely and perfect for a couple. We had two small dogs too which were safe in the courtyard with the door open which is a added bonus. The community pub 20 mins wak down the river is perfect for good quality food and a good selection of guest ales.
All in all The Brew House is a perfect getaway!
We needed a break from our hectic life and found a little sanctuary in the Brewhouse. It not only had everything we needed but the extra little touches provided by Ruth were noticed and appreciated. We loved the sensitively restored accommodation which was clean and comfortable and the setting in the picturesque village. We would return in a heartbeat.
Covid-19 Update – the beginning of July 2020
I have rarely seen the countryside around Crake Trees Manor look so beautiful.
A late spring, lots of warm sunshine and a thankful drop of rain has given us a riot of colour and fresh growth
The hedges a blaze of colourful grasses and herbs, with so many wild flowers, I cannot even name them all!
Our fields are full of Pheasant couples with chicks, mother Hares, ground nesting Peewit,Curlew & Snipe, with low flying Owls around dusk.
We also have a couple small Roe Deer with their fawns that have ventured down into the horse garth.
So long as people walking the footpaths keep their dogs on a lead and wear gloves, we welcome them to enjoy our space and fresh air.