For more than 20 years Linda and Brian have offered a choice of outstanding self catering holiday properties situated in idyllic and unusual locations on the Yorkshire coast, in the Yorkshire Dales, the Northumberland coast and the Northumberland uplands. 2016 sees completition of their sixth cottage property. Set on a working farm in North Leeds bordered by ancient woodland, it nestles in its own green 60 acres with a 12 acre woodland scarf. The Meanwood Valley Trail joins to the Dales Way. 3 miles from Leeds centre it's a peaceful oasis in a thriving city.
From spacious entertaining areas to panoramic sea views; cosy sitting rooms with log fires; fully equipped kitchens; gardens stocked with herbs, soft fruit and veg; access to sports facilities and cultural events; scenic walking festivals; art exhibitions; antiques but above all, atmosphere and peace and calm; you will be spoilt for choice. How will you wind down and relax?
Call Linda or email on 07801 651783 or firstname.lastname@example.org to check your preferred availability and holiday requirements or May Rhodes on 07474449190 email@example.com. We have two rates, winter or summer.
Perhaps our website can give you a feel of these lovely homes. Book to enjoy them with friends or family; relax, explore and perhaps come back again.
Our supported charity in 2017 is Little Hiccups; devoted to increasing contact and opportunities for those with disabled children, based in Leeds.
Concerts at Leeds Arena, visit relatives, enjoy the Leeds Indie Food Festival, exhibitions at the Henry Moore Gallery, golf a wonderful courses at Alwoodley and Moortown, shop to your heart's content or search the visit Leeds or www.treasuretrails.com websites.
For all rentals please contact
07474449190 or Linda Burrows
07801651783 at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dunstarn Cottage is also available through Air B and B.
Our inaugural outdoor picnic theatre event is Pride and Prejudice on Friday evening
7th July 2017
at Dunstarn Farm Adel Leeds 16 by Chapterhouse Theatre Co.
Last updated 9th April 2017
Web photos courtesy Linda Burrows