Nestled in idyllic North Yorkshire countryside, Staveley is a charming, traditional village with a pretty village green and thriving local community. Tranquil and peaceful, Staveley embodies the pace of life of traditional English villages with its beautiful All Saints Church, great local pub – The Royal Oak and the local Primary school.
Barley Court sits to the South of the village, off Main Street, with stunning views over open fields and across to Staveley Lakes in the distance. The lakes form part of the Staveley Nature Reserve – a superb wetland site, close to the River Tutt and run by the Wildlife Trust. The old bridge abutments are a visible reminder of days gone by with the old track bed now serving as a popular country walkway.
The historic market town of Knaresborough lies less than 5 Miles away (12 minute drive) seamlessly blending the beautiful river Nidd meandering under the impressive railway bridge with boats to, and the bustling market town. The town enjoys a café culture with a good choice of both national outlets and independent retailers.
The cosmopolitan spa town of Harrogate is just 8.7 miles (20 minute drive) has no shortage of attractions. This beautiful spa town also provides numerous choices of cafés and restaurants, including the famous Bettys Tea Rooms and The Ivy on Parliament Street. Whether you love the great outdoors or prefer shopping and good food, beautiful gardens, history, art, culture or theatre, you can indulge your passions and senses in this vibrant spa town.
The A59 gives direct access to the A1(M), 2 miles away and to Leeds and York beyond. The perfect location for accessing both town and country pursuits.