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THE OLD POTTERY Pickering’s Old Pottery is a cracking conversion, beautifull­y styled and making the most of its position in this bustling market town. There’s a striking sitting room which opens onto a grand balcony as well as a sociable kitchen on a mezzanine above. The place is packed with character and luxury features such as an elegant dining room and there are luxurious fabrics and furnishing­s throughout. You’re handily placed for dinner at The White Swan or a hop on the heritage steam railway to Whitby. Sleeps 8 staynorthy­orkshire. hostandsta­y.co.uk The striking lounge in the Old Pottery A bedroom with a dazzling view A very cool conversion packed with character Heatherden­e, In the heart of Herriot country, is remote and beautiful THE HERRIOT HIDEAWAY will deliver right from the doorstep. Capacious sofas and a wood-burning stove will keep your warm and cosy as you contemplat­e the gorgeous views. The neighbourh­ood gastropub, the acclaimed Punch Bowl Inn, is the place to head for delicious seasonal, local food and a spot of local gossip. Heatherden­e is definitely away from it all. Hewn from warm York stone, Heatherden­e is a Grade II listed former mine manager’s home in Low Row in the heart of Swaldedale, given such a show in the recent series, All Creatures Great and Small. Sheep are your neighbours and some of Wainwright’s walks Sleeps 6 crabtreean­dcrabtree.com Gorgeous walks form the doorstep at Heatherden­e in the Dales 56 Yorkshire Life: October 2020 Š

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