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    Fields Hall

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    Property ref: S137536

    • Bedrooms 8

    • Sleeps 16

    • Baths 8

    • Pets No

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    About this property

    Fields Hall is a majestic, commanding home displaying classical Georgian architecture at its finest, offering a delightful period home brimming with sedate charm and infamous Yorkshire hospitality.

    Set within three acres of magnificently manicured lawns, flower-framed gardens and luscious woodland, this home casts a dignified silhouette of style and glamour. Guests will have a sense of stepping into a period drama; ornate and lavish period features, generous proportions and a recurrent elegance epitomise this home, whilst the interiors have a blend of classic timelessness and eclectic contemporary touches.

    Constructed in the early nineteenth century, sixteen guests can be accommodated across eight en-suite bedrooms; each of the bedrooms is finished with unique accents of colour and style - with the effervescence and grace of a country hotel, with notes of genteel luxury - beautiful cotton bedlinen and thick, fluffy towels and state of the art bathrooms.

    The graceful interiors comprise unparalleled quality, with abundant designer flair, from monochrome tiled flooring to mid-century and antique solid timber furnishing, to sophisticated navy walls to parquet flooring and bottle green walls in the games room. This is every inch the rambling country home, where guests can slow the pace and ease into refined, chic spaces.

    A dazzling and light-filled dining room sets the scene for lively group dinners; for an added note of indulgence guests can arrange a chef prepared dinner party; set within luxurious and vivacious style, with original fireplace and enormous windows showcasing views of the lawns, a long table and contemporary furnishings set the scene for stylish entertaining. Modern art and designer lighting jostle with sumptuous period architecture at Fields Manor to create something truly special. After a day out in the dales and Heather clad moors, guests can recline in the games room for darts or chess, with the sophistication of their own bar.

    The large farmhouse style kitchen has an Aga as well as top range appliances, whilst at every turn, the impeccable styling in this home and quality of finishes offers a prestigious environment comprising poise and glamour.

    After a long day walking or cycling in the Dales guests can soak their aching limbs in one of the spa baths or enjoying an invigorating shower in a luxurious bathroom, or for some pampering, a massage can be organised within the comfort of the manor.

    Whether guests want to splash out on a hot tub, or have a Murder Mystery or casino Night, or completely indulge with a pampering session, there is an array of services on offer. Each bedroom is uniquely characterful, with beautiful colour schemes, plush fabrics and luxuriant beds - these abodes are accessorised to perfection, with a blend of antiques, cutting edge art and original artefacts, they are brimming with character and verve.

    Fields Hall provides a unique experience for a group or extended family - regal, vibrant and lavish in parts, it covers all the practicalities for family life as well as all the little extras that make for a five star experience, with a dash of history and a twist of modern style, this is a unique place for a most memorable stay!Nidderdale is one of the most breathtaking of the dales, and deserves its title as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its stunning moorland scenery and tapestry of lush green meadows. Bordered by the Yorkshire Dales National Park and close to the World Heritage Site of Fountains Abbey, Nidderdale draws artists, photographers and film-makers to its rugged and windswept beauty every year.

    Fields Hall is ideally situated at the half way point on the Way of the Roses coast-to-coast cycling route and is in the middle of both the Six Dales Trail and the Nidderdale Way At the heart of Nidderdale lies the picturesque market town of Pateley Bridge, with it’s traditional mix of independent retail shops that populate it’s steep little original High Street. Visitors will enjoy discovering award-winning butchers, the Guinness accredited World’s oldest sweet shop, cosy cafes, tearooms and pubs, all offering a warm Dales welcome that has been the appeal for generations of visitors alike.

    Pately Bridge is known as being a renowned spot for walkers, cyclists as well as outdoors enthusiasts, whether this be water sports, fishing, pot-holing and rock climbing. Visitors will find a wealth of local history and heritage: hidden treasures, like the Nidderdale Museum. The museum us housed in the original Victorian workhouse and is winner of a National Heritage Museum of the Year Award - it proudly charts times gone by and the history of life within the Dale.

    Whether it be riding, hiking, or birdwatching, the wonderful Yorkshire moors are a preserved enclave of natural beauty. Should it be a “pies and puddings” cookery course, a day at the spa, or a trip to Yorkshire Sculpture Park (a leading international centre for contemporary sculpture), everyone’s needs can be met!
    Barnsley Museum and Discovery Centre is dedicated to the people and history of Barnsley, whilst the National Coal Mining Museum for England is a unique place where the history of mining over several centuries is preserved both above and below ground. Ground Floor
    - Lounge
    - Dining Room
    - Bar
    - Kitchen
    - Bedroom 1, The Garden Room with king bed, shower room and private patio (please note that there are two small steps up to this room)

    First Floor
    - Bedroom 2, Nidderdale – large room with super king bed with tempura mattress, jacuzzi bath with TV, separate shower, best view in the house of the Dales
    - Bedroom 3, Dolly and James - Large room with super king bed, double jacuzzi with TV and shower over bath and a side garden view
    - Bedroom 4, Hutchinson - king bed with shower room, smallest room, side garden view
    - Bedroom 5, Blue Room - In the middle of the house, king bed, shower, large bath with TV, separate shower and side garden view
    - Bedroom 6, Dale View suite - king bed with separate lounge and bedroom, shower room, fantastic front view of the Dales
    - Bedroom 7, Amy Collins Room - Large room with super king bed, bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower and double sink, back garden view

    Attic (not suitable for children)
    - Bedroom 8, Up a steep flight of stairs, king bed, jacuzzi bath with TV and small shower.There is no view but the room is very quiet
    * All rooms have large flat screen smart TV’s, hot drinks making facilities, hairdryers, towels.
    Exterior Grounds
    - Large gardens
    - Dining facilities
    - Plenty of parkingNidderdale is one of the most breathtaking of the dales, and deserves its title as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its stunning moorland scenery and tapestry of lush green meadows. Bordered by the Yorkshire Dales National Park and close to the World Heritage Site of Fountains Abbey, Nidderdale draws artists, photographers and film-makers to its rugged and windswept beauty every year.

    Fields Hall is ideally situated at the half way point on the Way of the Roses coast-to-coast cycling route and is in the middle of both the Six Dales Trail and the Nidderdale Way At the heart of Nidderdale lies the picturesque market town of Pateley Bridge, with it’s traditional mix of independent retail shops that populate it’s steep little original High Street. Visitors will enjoy discovering award-winning butchers, the Guinness accredited World’s oldest sweet shop, cosy cafes, tearooms and pubs, all offering a warm Dales welcome that has been the appeal for generations of visitors alike.

    Pately Bridge is known as being a renowned spot for walkers, cyclists as well as outdoors enthusiasts, whether this be water sports, fishing, pot-holing and rock climbing. Visitors will find a wealth of local history and heritage: hidden treasures, like the Nidderdale Museum. The museum us housed in the original Victorian workhouse and is winner of a National Heritage Museum of the Year Award - it proudly charts times gone by and the history of life within the Dale.

    Whether it be riding, hiking, or birdwatching, the wonderful Yorkshire moors are a preserved enclave of natural beauty. Should it be a “pies and puddings” cookery course, a day at the spa, or a trip to Yorkshire Sculpture Park (a leading international centre for contemporary sculpture), everyone’s needs can be met!
    Barnsley Museum and Discovery Centre is dedicated to the people and history of Barnsley, whilst the National Coal Mining Museum for England is a unique place where the history of mining over several centuries is preserved both above and below ground. Ground Floor
    - Lounge
    - Dining Room
    - Bar
    - Kitchen
    - Bedroom 1, The Garden Room with king bed, shower room and private patio (please note that there are two small steps up to this room)

    First Floor
    - Bedroom 2, Nidderdale – large room with super king bed with tempura mattress, jacuzzi bath with TV, separate shower, best view in the house of the Dales
    - Bedroom 3, Dolly and James - Large room with super king bed, double jacuzzi with TV and shower over bath and a side garden view
    - Bedroom 4, Hutchinson - king bed with shower room, smallest room, side garden view
    - Bedroom 5, Blue Room - In the middle of the house, king bed, shower, large bath with TV, separate shower and side garden view
    - Bedroom 6, Dale View suite - king bed with separate lounge and bedroom, shower room, fantastic front view of the Dales
    - Bedroom 7, Amy Collins Room - Large room with super king bed, bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower and double sink, back garden view

    Attic (not suitable for children)
    - Bedroom 8, Up a steep flight of stairs, king bed, jacuzzi bath with TV and small shower.There is no view but the room is very quiet
    * All rooms have large flat screen smart TV’s, hot drinks making facilities, hairdryers, towels.
    Exterior Grounds
    - Large gardens
    - Dining facilities
    - Plenty of parking

    Nidderdale is one of the most breathtaking of the dales, and deserves its title as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with its stunning moorland scenery and tapestry of lush green meadows. Bordered by the Yorkshire Dales National Park and close to the World Heritage Site of Fountains Abbey, Nidderdale draws artists, photographers and film-makers to its rugged and windswept beauty every year.

    Fields Hall is ideally situated at the half way point on the Way of the Roses coast-to-coast cycling route and is in the middle of both the Six Dales Trail and the Nidderdale Way At the heart of Nidderdale lies the picturesque market town of Pateley Bridge, with it’s traditional mix of independent retail shops that populate it’s steep little original High Street. Visitors will enjoy discovering award-winning butchers, the Guinness accredited World’s oldest sweet shop, cosy cafes, tearooms and pubs, all offering a warm Dales welcome that has been the appeal for generations of visitors alike.

    Pately Bridge is known as being a renowned spot for walkers, cyclists as well as outdoors enthusiasts, whether this be water sports, fishing, pot-holing and rock climbing. Visitors will find a wealth of local history and heritage: hidden treasures, like the Nidderdale Museum. The museum us housed in the original Victorian workhouse and is winner of a National Heritage Museum of the Year Award - it proudly charts times gone by and the history of life within the Dale.

    Whether it be riding, hiking, or birdwatching, the wonderful Yorkshire moors are a preserved enclave of natural beauty. Should it be a “pies and puddings” cookery course, a day at the spa, or a trip to Yorkshire Sculpture Park (a leading international centre for contemporary sculpture), everyone’s needs can be met!
    Barnsley Museum and Discovery Centre is dedicated to the people and history of Barnsley, whilst the National Coal Mining Museum for England is a unique place where the history of mining over several centuries is preserved both above and below ground.

    Accommodation

    Ground Floor
    - Lounge
    - Dining Room
    - Bar
    - Kitchen
    - Bedroom 1, The Garden Room with king bed, shower room and private patio (please note that there are two small steps up to this room)

    First Floor
    - Bedroom 2, Nidderdale – large room with super king bed with tempura mattress, jacuzzi bath with TV, separate shower, best view in the house of the Dales
    - Bedroom 3, Dolly and James - Large room with super king bed, double jacuzzi with TV and shower over bath and a side garden view
    - Bedroom 4, Hutchinson - king bed with shower room, smallest room, side garden view
    - Bedroom 5, Blue Room - In the middle of the house, king bed, shower, large bath with TV, separate shower and side garden view
    - Bedroom 6, Dale View suite - king bed with separate lounge and bedroom, shower room, fantastic front view of the Dales
    - Bedroom 7, Amy Collins Room - Large room with super king bed, bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower and double sink, back garden view

    Attic (not suitable for children)
    - Bedroom 8, Up a steep flight of stairs, king bed, jacuzzi bath with TV and small shower.There is no view but the room is very quiet
    * All rooms have large flat screen smart TV’s, hot drinks making facilities, hairdryers, towels.
    Exterior Grounds
    - Large gardens
    - Dining facilities
    - Plenty of parking

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