- £1056 per week
- £151 per night
- 13 Guests
- 6 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 4 double beds
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- 3 bathrooms
- Towels not provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Travel cot
- Private parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 11 miles
- Pub 4 miles
- Shop 4 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Ground floor toilet
- Ground floor bedroom
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Step out of your car, take a deep breath and prepare to be amazed by the stunning scenery in which this Grade II listed barn is set. Nestling in Great Fryup Dale in the heart of the North York Moors National Park close to Lealholm, Castleton, Danby and the North York Moors National Park Visitor Centre, the property is only a twenty five minute drive to Whitby or one of the coastal villages.
Dale View Barn is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts with walking, fishing, golf and horse riding available from your door. The famous Coast to Coast walk is situated at the top of the dale and the new Yorkshire Cycle Hub is located in Fryup, just a five minute cycle ride from Dale View Barn, proving this is a fantastic location for cyclists. Secure cycle storage is provided at Dale View Barn.
The property is also ideally situated for the coast and surrounding villages and the historic city of York is only an hour by car. A private driveway leads to the property which is set in three acres of land. There is a pub in the village of Ainthorpe approximately a seven minute drive away.
The property sleeps 13 + 1: Downstairs: 2 king-size beds, 1 double bed with single bed above. Upstairs: 1 king-size bed, 1 twin (zip & link) & 1 master king-size with a pull-out bed suitable for a child. Up to seven people can be accommodated on the ground floor.Towel Hire £10 pp.Hand & Bath.
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Lounge: TV with satellite, Bose sound system and DVD player. Log burner in feature fireplace and beamed ceiling.
Snug: TV with SKY, Wii and DVD player, radio/CD player and chairs.
Kitchen: Larder fridge, separate freezer, Range cooker with double electric oven, one of which is fan assisted, and grill, microwave, washing machine and dishwasher. Breakfast table to seat 13.
Cloakroom: Toilet and washbasin.
Bedroom 1: King-size bed, wardrobe.
Bedroom 2: King-size bed, walk-in wardrobe, rocking chair.
Bedroom 3: Lower double bed with single above, wardrobe.
Bathroom: Bath, shower over the bath, toilet and washbasin.
Bedroom 4: King-size bed, chest of drawers and wardrobe.
Bedroom 5: Twin beds (can be made into a double if required) and wardrobe with drawers.
Bedroom 6: King-size bed, chest of drawers, wardrobe and en-suite bathroom. Small pull out bed suitable for a child.
En-suite: Shower, toilet and washbasin.
Bathroom: Corner bath, toilet and washbasin.
Pets: Two well-behaved dogs are welcome. First dog is free, second dog is £25 for a week, £20 for a short break, payable to the owners. Dogs are to be kept in the kitchen only and not allowed on furniture.
Parking: Ample car parking.
Heating: Log burner in the lounge (logs are provided). Oil-fired central heating.
Garden: Patio and grassy garden with fabulous views, children's swing and slide. A barbecue is also provided. Please note that there are steps and slopes in the garden.
Short breaks: Short breaks are accepted in February, March, September and October, and may be available at other times - please ring to enquire.
Notes: WiFi, Wii, SKY TV in Snug. Towel hire available by arrangement with the owner. A travel cot and high chair are available upon request. A Good Housekeeping/ damage deposit of £100 is due two weeks before arrival and payable to the owner. Seven guests can be accommodated on the ground floor. The property can sleep a maximum of 13 + 1 as the pull-out bed in bedroom 6 is suitable for a child only. Mobile phone signal is usually not available. The owners live adjacent to the property and are available if you have any requirements during your stay. Catering can be arranged if required for private functions, celebrations etc. Please contact Jill Kelly at Country Cooks in Danby on 01287 660363.
Pub and shop: 7 minute drive. Local minibus (16 seats) service available to local wedding venues and Whitby. Country Cooks outside caterer. Jill provides local weddings and private functions at extremely reasonable rates. Cost usually no more than the average take-away meal. A sample menu is available. The majority of guests arrange a meal on arrival.
Why not take advantage of our friend Jill Kelly of Country Cooks, Fryup who can prepare a meal for you. This could either be enjoyed at Dale View or Jill now has a small candle lit dining room with a log burning stove at her farm, (and the added appeal of a full sized table tennis table upstairs to keep the children, and competitive parents happy). Jill's barn is only a 5 minute drive from Dale View and a further bonus is that you are permitted.
Great house in a beautiful location; staggering views; perfect for a week's vacation with 5 other couples; owners, Trisha and John, were very helpful and welcoming.
Very helpful hosts, great house in a beautiful location. We would love to return soon. Thank you for a great stay.
Dale View Barn is an excellent, property in an outstanding location. The kitchen is equipped to a very high standard and the property as a whole is Ideal for large family gatherings. We spent a long weekend there celebrating my husband's 70th birthday and it could not have been more enjoyable.
The best way to describe our stay is that we never wanted to leave. The location is idyllic, the barn is very spacious and well equipped, the beds are very comfortable, and our hosts were superb. We have family breaks in holiday cottages every year in different locations and this was one of the best.
Lovely venue for large family group. Very helpful owners!
I booked a weekend away for my family, ( wife,children / spouses,grandchildren,sister and father in law ), to celebrate my 65th birthday. We all agreed it was a fabulous cottage with stunning views and only a half hour from Whitby. The property was ideal with everything you could need, including a little study area with plenty of games etc to keep my young grandchildren happy. Both Mr and Mrs Anderson were very welcoming and friendly and their property is a credit to them.
"The owners of the property were really lovely and nothing was too much trouble. We had a fabulous relaxing time in a beautiful house, in a beautiful part of the country. Thank you so much."
"We all enjoyed it immensely and we're very sad to leave. The Barn was very comfortable and warm in the most beautiful location which all helped us the most fabulous week. Thank you."
"Very spacious, comfortable and well-equipped for a large family group. The views are magnificent. S10839 is an excellent property for an extended family to holiday together as it has plenty of space and is comfortable and well-equipped. Anyone who loves the countryside will love the magnificent views and the local walks."
"Very enjoyable ' long weekend. Splendid,quiet, views from a wonderful property. We may be back!"
"Another fantastic weekend.Amazing house,amazing views and perfect hosts.We will definitely be back.Thanks for everything."
Fryup Dale is a picturesque, peaceful hamlet in North Yorkshire set around breathtaking countryside of the North York Moors and is one of the dales of the Esk Valley. The Coast to Coast trail runs at the top of the dale. Fryup is thought to have derived from 'frigga' an old English personal name and 'up' or 'hop' meaning valley. It is an ideal location for walkers and looks to the eye like a patchwork quilt made up of walls, hedges farms and a few houses and cottages. Whitby is only 11 miles. Coastal villages, Staithes (CBeebies favourite Old Jack's Boat is filmed here), Runswick Bay and Sandsend to name just a few are 20 to 30 minutes drive away. Goathland (Heartbeat's Aidensfield), Helmsley and Pickering (home to the North York Moors Railway) are also within driving distance. The iconic Lion Inn at Blakey, which is the highest pub on the moors is only a 10 minute vdrive - please call in, if only to see the photographs of the snowdrifts that the pub experiences in severe winters, but also for the excellent food which is served all day. The historic city of York is only one hours drive, making Fryup Dale a perfect location for exploring the Moors, the coast and the Yorkshire heritage.