There are 3 bedrooms each with an ensuite. Two with baths and one with a shower.
The main bedroom has a 6' bed. Currently in the two bedrooms down stairs, one has a 3' single and the other a 5' double. Guests are asked to bring their own bed linen, pillow cases, duvet covers, sheets and towels.
There is a large farmhouse kitchen with washing machine, fridge, freezer and gas cooker which uses bottles gas. there is also a microwave, toaster, kettle and coffee machine.
The sitting room currently has a wood burning stove with wood cut in the barn.
The double downstairs bedroom also has a wood burning stove. Other heating is from oil filled electric radiators. There is a satelite TV and Music Centre. There is a well stocked library with the nations top 100 books along with literature on local and natural history.
There is a sleepered terrace, bbq and small flower and herb garden. Solar lights and an outside light.
In the 35 acres there are several woodland areas and streams and several pieces of Land Art including a slate bridge, poetic stone seat and stone column.
There are two large Yorkshire Board barns for horses, bikes etc and a small stone barn with a stable and hay loft which the swallows and barn owls are currently enjoying.
There are no public rights of way across the property. Currently access to the north is through the 'Forestry' or back up the track to the Pennine Way South to Hadrian's Wall. North through Wark Forest leads on to Stonehaugh.
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