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Darcy Mews started out as Richmond Gasworks in 1821. in 2016 it was completely transformed, developed into five stunning self-catering apartments which retain many interesting characteristics of the original buildings. This luxury location is a stone’s throw from Richmond’s historic town centre, and right by the falls on the River Swale.

Walk along the riverside and take in the falls, which are particularly striking after a rainy day. But don’t worry about the unpredictable English weather, there are plenty of indoor activities close by. From historic buildings, museums and large historic railway station transformed into a café and cinema – it’s perfect for a rainy day with children!

Located close by to Darcy Mews is a children’s playground perfect for the little people to use all their energy before a more relaxing evening. Overlooking the river, with many town and country walks from your doorstep, Darcy Mews’ popularity grows every year. Groups prefer walking to driving around the area.

Darcy Mews has 5 luxury apartments, each with their own individual style. The most sought-after being the Penthouse. A stylish top-floor apartment with stunning south-facing views from the large wrap-around balcony out over the River Swale. It’s perfect as a romantic breakfast spot or for evening sundowners before a stroll into the town’s various restaurants.

If you love a view, don’t worry because both No.1 and No.2 also offer balcony views. Whilst No.4 and No.5 look out towards the riverbanks and the quiet Riverside Road. Whichever you choose, you still benefit from that lovely town and country balance.

This month Darcy Mews is our hot property because of an interiors update in each luxury apartment. They are fresh and up to date, just in time for summer! Enjoy rich and vibrant colours. The contemporary designs are complemented with splashes of burnt orange, summer greens and bold blues.

We’ve launched brand new photos online to highlight all the reasons why Darcy Mews is the talk of the town in Richmond. While staying, we recommend you visit Richmond Castle especially to stroll around the castle walls. Follow the trail to Richmond Bridge, or the other direction takes you to the stunning Easby Abbey. All are sure to be a big hit with your four-legged friend.

We love Barrett’s for a delicious fish supper, or Rustique in Richmond for a bit of romance. Nearby in the village of Hudswell is a CAMRA award-winning pub The George and Dragon, perfect for a pie and a pint. For a casual walk out for dinner Amantola Indian restaurant or La Piazza Italian are like a reliable friend and great on a Friday night. On Saturdays, make sure you don’t miss the Market in Richmond’s marketplace.

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