• About Bridgedown House

    Enjoy a break in the beautiful market town of Richmond with its cobbled market place and historic architecture, and it’s within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

    Ground Floor:
    Living/dining room: With gas coal-effect fire, 43" Freesat Smart TV, DVD player and patio doors leading to garden.
    Kitchen: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, 2 fridge/freezers, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and wooden floor.
    Separate toilet.

    First Floor:
    Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail.
    Bedroom 2: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail.
    Bedroom 3: With twin beds and en-suite with shower over P-shaped bath, toilet, bidet and heated towel rail.
    Bedroom 4: With double bed.
    Bathroom: With bath, shower attachment, shower cubicle, toilet and heated towel rail.

    Gas central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Welcome pack and doggy extras.

    Enclosed lawned garden with patio, garden furniture and BBQ. Bike store. Private parking for 4 cars. No smoking. Please note: Couples and family bookings only. There are 3 steps in the garden.

    Bridgedown House is a detached house set within a quiet location between the River Swale and the station and is just a ten minute uphill walk to the heart of the town. Richmond has a cobbled market place, where there are shops, restaurants, tea shops, art galleries, an 11th-century castle (run by English Heritage) and a Georgian theatre. The last train left Richmond station in 1969 and thanks to volunteers the building was reborn in 2007 as The Station and is now a bustling centre hosting art and craft exhibitions, a three-screen cinema, café, shop selling interesting jewellery, cards and textiles, an award-winning bakery/delicatessen, micro-brewery and an ice cream parlour. On the same site there is an indoor swimming pool and health club. A riverside path passes the back gate of the property and there is a gentle walk to the ruins of Easby Abbey. Cross the nearby road bridge and there is another delightful easy riverside walk to the falls and, for the more energetic, you can continue on to Billy Banks Woods and beyond. Fronting the historic market place and open to the public from April to October, Millgate House’s award-winning garden is a quiet oasis and gardener’s paradise.
    Richmond is close to the A1/A66 junction at Scotch Corner and is well placed to visit Swaledale, Wensleydale and the North York Moors. The Coast to Coast walk passes by the Station and through Swaledale but there are also many other walks to be enjoyed. Nearby Reeth is considered to be the capital of Swaledale and is a good starting point for walks and cycling. Travelling between Reeth and Gunnerside, you can see the distinctive Swaledale stone barns and meadows enclosed by dry stone walls and in late spring/early summer a circular walk from Muker to Keld takes you through beautiful wildflower meadows alongside the river. From Muker in Swaledale, the Buttertubs Pass offers an exhilarating route over moorland to Hawes in Wensleydale where you can visit the Wensleydale Creamery and try Wallace and Gromit’s favourite cheese. Leyburn is a charming town with a Friday market in the main square and nearby Middleham has a magnificant castle and is also well known for its racing stables. There are a number of waterfalls in the area including Hardraw Force near Hawes, known for its height, and pretty Aysgarth Falls which featured in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
    Crossing over the A1 road, you can visit Kiplin Hall and gardens on your way to the busy market town of Northallerton and from there head for the North York Moors. In Pickering you can take the North York Moors Railway all the way to Whitby with its abbey prominent on the cliff top overlooking the town and sea. Rievaulx Abbey is one of England’s most complete monastic ruins and the largest, Fountains Abbey (free to National Trust and English Heritage members) is near Ripon. To the north-west, Barnard Castle in Teesdale offers an historic market town, castle and the French-style chateau of the Bowes Museum housing a collection of European fine and decorative arts. Shop and pub ¾ mile, restaurant 50 yards.

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      Cottage

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      4 bedroom(s)

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      Up to 8 people

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      Yes 2 pet(s) allowed

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    Cottage features
    • Barbecue
      Barbecue
    • Bike store
      Bike store
    • DVD player
      DVD player
    • Dishwasher
      Dishwasher
    • Fuel and power included
      Fuel and power included
    • Enclosed garden / patio
      Enclosed garden / patio
    • Garden / patio
      Garden / patio
    • Golf nearby
      Golf nearby
    • Highchair
      Highchair
    • Pub within 1 mile
      Pub within 1 mile
    • Pets - no charge
      Pets - no charge
    • Television
      Television
    • Christmas themed cottage
      Christmas themed cottage
    • WiFi
      WiFi
    • Cot available
      Cot available
    • Bed linen & towels included
      Bed linen & towels included
    • Washing machine
      Washing machine
    • Fishing nearby
      Fishing nearby
    • Car parking - on site
      Car parking - on site
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    Customer reviews by Reevoo
    Hoseasons "Enjoy a break in the beautiful market town of Richmond with its cobbled market place and historic architecture and it’s within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.\n\n\nGround Floor \n\n\nLivingdining room \nWith gas coal-effect fire 43 Freesat Smart TV DVD player and patio doors leading to garden.\n\nKitchen \nWith electric oven electric hob microwave 2 fridgefreezers dishwasher washing machine tumble dryer and wooden floor.\n\nSeparate toilet.\n \n\n \nFirst Floor \n\n\nBedroom 1 \nWith double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle toilet and heated towel rail.\n\nBedroom 2 \nWith double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle toilet and heated towel rail.\n\nBedroom 3 \nWith twin beds and en-suite with shower over P-shaped bath toilet bidet and heated towel rail.\n\nBedroom 4 \nWith double bed.\n\nBathroom \nWith bath shower attachment shower cubicle toilet and heated towel rail.\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\nGas central heating electricity bed linen towels and Wi-Fi included. Travel cot and highchair available on request. Welcome pack and doggy extras. \n\n Enclosed lawned garden with patio garden furniture and BBQ. Bike store. Private parking for 4 cars. No smoking. Please note Couples and family bookings only. There are 3 steps in the garden.\n\nBridgedown House is a detached house set within a quiet location between the River Swale and the station and is just a ten minute uphill walk to the heart of the town. Richmond has a cobbled market place where there are shops restaurants tea shops art galleries an 11th-century castle run by English Heritage and a Georgian theatre. The last train left Richmond station in 1969 and thanks to volunteers the building was reborn in 2007 as The Station and is now a bustling centre hosting art and craft exhibitions a three-screen cinema café shop selling interesting jewellery cards and textiles an award-winning bakerydelicatessen micro-brewery and an ice cream parlour. On the same site there is an indoor swimming pool and health club. A riverside path passes the back gate of the property and there is a gentle walk to the ruins of Easby Abbey. Cross the nearby road bridge and there is another delightful easy riverside walk to the falls and for the more energetic you can continue on to Billy Banks Woods and beyond. Fronting the historic market place and open to the public from April to October Millgate House’s award-winning garden is a quiet oasis and gardener’s paradise.\nRichmond is close to the A1A66 junction at Scotch Corner and is well placed to visit Swaledale Wensleydale and the North York Moors. The Coast to Coast walk passes by the Station and through Swaledale but there are also many other walks to be enjoyed. Nearby Reeth is considered to be the capital of Swaledale and is a good starting point for walks and cycling. Travelling between Reeth and Gunnerside you can see the distinctive Swaledale stone barns and meadows enclosed by dry stone walls and in late springearly summer a circular walk from Muker to Keld takes you through beautiful wildflower meadows alongside the river. From Muker in Swaledale the Buttertubs Pass offers an exhilarating route over moorland to Hawes in Wensleydale where you can visit the Wensleydale Creamery and try Wallace and Gromit’s favourite cheese. Leyburn is a charming town with a Friday market in the main square and nearby Middleham has a magnificant castle and is also well known for its racing stables. There are a number of waterfalls in the area including Hardraw Force near Hawes known for its height and pretty Aysgarth Falls which featured in Robin Hood Prince of Thieves.\nCrossing over the A1 road you can visit Kiplin Hall and gardens on your way to the busy market town of Northallerton and from there head for the North York Moors. In Pickering you can take the North York Moors Railway all the way to Whitby with its abbey prominent on the cliff top overlooking the town and sea. Rievaulx Abbey is one of England’s most complete monastic ruins and the largest Fountains Abbey free to National Trust and English Heritage members is near Ripon. To the north-west Barnard Castle in Teesdale offers an historic market town castle and the French-style chateau of the Bowes Museum housing a collection of European fine and decorative arts. Shop and pub ¾ mile restaurant 50 yards. " https://img.chooseacottage.co.uk/Property/138/840/1383255.jpg UK2324

    Bridgedown House reviews collected by Reevoo

    9.4 out of 10 – based on 17 reviews

    Overall rating

    9.4

    Comfort and Equipment

    9.4

    Location

    9.6

    Cleanliness

    9.4

    Value for money

    9.6

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    9
    out of 10

    We had a great time staying at the house, the only thing I could criticise was that both the double rooms with ensuites, the showers were going from freezing cold to boiling hot, the house bathrooms shower I believe was fine and the room with single beds was fine.

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    2019-10-10

    10
    out of 10

    Our second visit to this very well appointed property. We are about to book again. Lovely welcome pack on arrival.

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    2019-10-03

    10
    out of 10

    Spent a lovely week in Bridgenorth House, great accommodation, well equipped for our stay. It was located close to the historic town centre. Lovely riverside walks. Would highly recommend to family and friends. Very generous welcome pack.

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    2019-09-16

    10
    out of 10

    This is one of the best holiday homes that we have ever rented. Location and facilities were perfect for our families holidays.

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    2019-08-31

    8
    out of 10

    A lovely house in a great location

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    2019-07-06

    10
    out of 10

    Fabulous cottage we had a wonderful week so good we have already booked another week later this year. Cottage is very comfortable and well appointed. Location is excellent. Cottage very clean.

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    2019-04-21

    10
    out of 10

    Spent a week in this lovely house the owners really have bought of everything. It’s in a great location very convenient for all amenities.

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    2019-03-22

    10
    out of 10

    Enjoyed our short stay

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    2019-02-11

    9
    out of 10

    Property was great for the 8 and us to get away and not be under each others feet. Ideal for town and also walking the dogs straight from the back gate. Plenty of room for everyone, would definitely recommend for a family group.

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    2019-01-29

    10
    out of 10

    Great location. Lovely house. Dog friendly

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    2019-01-18

    10
    out of 10

    A wonderful location and a wonderful house. We have stayed at Bridgedown House several times and keep coming back as the area and house are great. Lots of walks, shops and great pubs close by.

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    2019-01-03

    9
    out of 10

    WOW. WOW, WOW, was the reaction of ourselves and the other 3 couples that came with us. By far the nicest place we have stayed, when we go away with the others. Everything from how clean and tidy, well appointed rooms, kitchen well stocked, best welcome pack by far we have had. Great location for Richmond, nice walks around, and we had some lovely weather to cap it off. We have said we will book Bridgedown House again next year and are in the process of finding the best dates for us all.

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    2018-11-20

    10
    out of 10

    Wow was our reaction to Bridgedown House the perfect place to share with friends. The house was spotless with everything provided nothing left out! Lovely welcome pack best we have had! Would love to stay again highly recommend

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    2018-11-16

    9
    out of 10

    A lovely cottage for a family get together with walks on the doorstep. Spacious, warm &comfortable. Everyone thought it was perfect. Only issue was that the TV signal was poor & would often drop off. Had a fully equipped kitchen (although there was only one teatowel, could have done with another) & even catered for milly the dog, supplying a dog bowl & a towel for muddy paws!. A lovely welcome pack from local suppliers made it even better. Definitely one of the nicest we have stayed in.

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    2018-11-07

    8
    out of 10

    A really good holiday cottage. Great location for both Richmond and the Dales. Only need to improve WiFi and TV reception.

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    2018-10-28

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