we spotted Ladywell Cottage a small house which may date back as far as the early seventeenth century . One of the many interesting features of the Grade II Listed building is the roof which was constructed using Welsh slate .
The house stands near a well which is said to be a healing well dedicated to The Virgin Mary . The path to the well is to the right of the house and is situated near the river .
Details of this lovely listed building can be found here at the British Listed Buildings page http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/en-324863-ladywell-cottage-threshfield-north-yorks