Masongill Lodge - Beautiful two-storey holiday property, Yorkshire

The cottage sits within its own grounds in the small hamlet of Masongill, a dozen houses along half a mile of single track, no-through road which leads directly onto the fells over looking Inglebrough, one of North Yorkshires Three Peaks.

As you enter through the original porch, you are transported into a stylish drawing room where you can relax after a busy day exploring the Dales. A wood burning stove will keep you warm and cosy whatever the weather. Make culinary memories using delicious local Yorkshire produce in the stunning kitchen with its four-oven Aga and french doors opening out onto the garden where alfresco dining can be enjoyed around the comfortable outside furniture seating eight guests.

The first floor offers four delightful bedrooms, two with their very own en-suite bath or shower room and further family bathroom, all of which boast countryside views through the historic mullion windows.

From the well tended plantsman’s garden and two paddocks there are beautiful views to the west as far as the Irish sea, and to the east to the summit of Ingleborough. Masongill Lodge is in an ideal location for an outdoor break with plenty of scenic walking and cycling directly from the front door of the property. Guests of Masongill Lodge will be spoilt for choice when it come to dining out, whether it be a light lunch at The Falls Bar and Kitchen or an evening meal at the Marton Arms, just 5 minutes drive away.

Check in/ Checkout Times

Check in: 4:00 pm | Check out: 10:00 am

Accommodation Description

Ground Floor:
Drawing room
A beamed room with a wood burning stove in a stone surround, television with Sky, Freesat and DVD player and antique chest. An impressive ornate flagstone floor completes this beautiful room.
Hallway
A seating area with two armchairs, exposed stonework, beams and an original stone flagged floor.
Garden room
Looking out to the terrace and garden.
Utility and boot room with cloakroom off
With a washing machine, tumble dryer, wash basin and WC.
Sitting room
Windows front and back let plenty of light in. Wood burning stove in an inglenook fireplace with a stone hearth. Television with Freeview and integrated DVD player. Beautifully beamed ceiling.
Kitchen
Sleek cream units house a built-in combination microwave, a four oven Aga with a separate two plate hob, fridge, freezer and a dishwasher. A large island unit is a real feature of this room and incorporates the sink. Decorative shelving and over mantel hold cookery books and decorative items. French doors open onto the garden

First Floor:
Bedroom one
With a king-size brass bed. Enjoy the stunning views of the rear and front of the property. Walk-through dressing room.
En-suite bathroom
With a bath, wash basin and WC.
Bedroom two
With a brass and iron 4'6 double bed.
En-suite shower room
With a shower, wash basin, heated towel rail and WC.
Bedroom three
With a 6' super-king size zip and link bed, can be configured as twin single beds on request.
Bedroom four
South facing twin bedroom with two stylish brass 3' beds. This room has some stunning exposed beams.
Family bathroom
With a bath, wash basin and WC.

Outside:
Enclosed rear garden with separate meadow and small walled paddock. Garden furniture and barbecue.
Ample parking.

  • Child Friendly
  • Countryside
  • Cycling Friendly
  • Dishwasher
  • Family Friendly
  • High Chair Available
  • Internet
  • National Park
  • Parking Available
  • Pub Nearby
  • Romantic
  • Short Breaks Allowed
  • Travel Cot
  • Washing Machine

About the area

During your stay take the time to visit Ingleton, just a five-minute drive away. A fetching little village with great local and culture. Within walking distance Thornton-in-Lonsdale boasts Country Harvest, a farm shop, café and so much more. The Marton Arms conveniently close being just two miles down the road, serving outstanding food and hosting a tremendous atmosphere you will not be disappointed with this village pub.

Kirby Lonsdale is a must, filled with independent boutiques, tearooms, eateries such as Number Nine or Platos Restaurant and of course the famous Devil's Bridge beauty spot, the perfect resting spot for a picnic.

Close by is the renowned town of Kendal. A simple thirty-minute drive through breath taking scenery will get you there. Kendal provides a plethora of shops, cafes, pubs, museums and of course, Kendal Mint Cake.

Popular local attractions include the nearby Ingleborough peak, Ingleton waterfalls, White Scar Cave, Settle/Carlisle railway, Holker Hall and the Lune Valley leading to Morecambe Bay