Hillcrest House is a former coaching inn built in the 19th century.
It has a total of six bedrooms consisting of three double en-suites on the first floor, one twin room with a private bathroom and another double en-suite on the second floor. There is also a ground floor double en-suite with a sofa bed, turning it into a family room if required.
The kitchen is well-equipped, ready to entertain a party of guests.
The wood burner in the snug is great for cold winter days to huddle around, read a book, play games or enjoy a glass of your favourite drink.
Often sheep graze on the field, or the grass is grown for hay making. The nearby fields have lambs frolicking from March to June.
The surrounding fields are home to local wildlife, as well as sheep and cows. You can spot woodpeckers, rabbits, hares, owls, hawks, buzzards, kestrels, pheasants, stoats and many more species.
Dippers along the River Dove are a delight to watch and fishing in this river is hugely popular.
Use the garden to relax and unwind after your long day walking the dales or shopping.
Watch the sun go down over the fields, or cook yourselves an evening meal on the large gas BBQ.