A picture paints a thousand words.
With its imperious Norman castle keep, timeless cobbled market place, rambling river, iconic doorstep fells, moors and dales, there is no doubting that Richmond is a visual feast. It really is a case of seeing is believing to appreciate just how beautiful this town & the area really is.
Following a thorough makeover, Little Cobblestone is now open and ready for business Our 2 bedroomed holiday let cottage makes an ideal town & country companion for sightseeing, rest and relaxation. Nestled neatly behind the historic marketplace is a modern home away from home with a great twist. We have teamed up with seriously talented local photographer, Guy Carpenter to bring the outdoors indoors.
Stunning photographic prints adorn the walls drawing the visitor into “must see” vistas and views. Each print is carefully chosen to inspire exploration both near and far, offering a totally unique and local insight, removing the guess work on where to go and what to see.
Good holidays make lasting memories. Staying at Little Cobblestone there’s no need to trust your stay to memory. All the prints on display are available for sale, as are postcards and a 2017 postcard calendar; just ask us for details or visit Guy’s website, gullwingphotography.co.uk
We are aiming to combine Guy’s photography into our very own local walks guide, so you can track down each location for yourself. What are you waiting for book your stay now by visiting our website Littlecobblestone.co.uk
2CS Richmond are now proud to be listed on airbnb giving our guests even greater choice and adding another well known booking channel to our portfolio. We hope that this will help to spread the word of 2CS and generate new business although it is important to remember that we charge no commission if you book with us directly on our website. Sites such as TripAdvisor and Airbnb charge our guests an uplift on rates and we would much prefer that you get the best value possible for your self catering holiday!
You can see our listing on airbnb here
Following the recent The Royal Lancers amalgamation parade in Richmond attended by Her Majesty The Queen, another Military regiment is celebrating a different milestone. The Green Howards Museum, located in Richmond Market Place, has reopened to the public following a £1.7m refurbishment funded in part by the Heritage Lottery Fund. (more…)