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Church Apartment

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4 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 bath
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Church Apartment is a cosy self-contained home in a listed building, full of character and next to the 13th century church. It is perfect for two and can accommodate four, but it is a sweet and small apartment. There is a well equipped kitchen, a comfortable living room, double bedroom and modern bathroom. Fast fibre broadband, coffee maker and wood stove. It is next door to Church Cottage and free parking nearby gives easy access.

The space
Church Apartment is ideal for two people though it can sleep up to four as there is a double sofa bed (116cm) in the sitting room. It is located within easy walking distance of all shops, restaurants, coffee shops and pubs, but within five minutes you are completely out in the countryside next to the river with open fields, woodland and country walks. The accommodation comprises a well equipped kitchen with an electric cooker, gas hob, fridge, coffee maker, microwave, washer and plenty of cookware. The comfortable sitting room has two sofas (one being a sofa bed), television and west facing window giving views of Kirkby Stephen town and wonderful sunsets. We also provide lots of reading material and guides for local interest, eating places and things to do. Ideas for walking routes and an OS map are provided. The bedroom has a comfortable double bed and a wardrobe. Church Apartment has gas central heating throughout and a woodturning stove in the kitchen. The bathroom has a full size bath and a good shower. All linen and towels are provided. The apartment is situated next door to Church Cottage and there is free parking nearby offering easy access.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed


Free street parking
Indoor fireplace
Luggage dropoff allowed
High chair
Hair dryer

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Kirkby Stephen, United Kingdom

Kirkby Stephen in the Eden Valley is a friendly and characterful market town of about 2000 people. Church Apartment is next to the beautiful 13th century parish church known as The Cathedral of the Dales, near Market Square.

The River Eden at Franks Bridge is a short stroll away. You can walk along the river, through open fields onto the hills or to Stenkrith Park where the Eden has carved rock pools and waterfalls. You may see red squirrels and other wildlife around here.

In the old town of Kirkby Stephen you will find independent shops, cafes and pubs, and a tourist information centre. Our Indian restaurant is very popular and there are good pub restaurants in nearby villages.

The limestone countryside around here is lovely and visiting The Yorkshire Dales and The Lake District National Parks is easy. Swaledale, Wensleydale, Ullswater, Keswick and the North Lakes are very accessible. Kirkby Stephen is on the Settle to Carlisle Railway.

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Checkout: 11:00 AM
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No smoking
No pets
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