Yorkshire Dales Self Catering Holiday Cottages
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A National Park since 1954, the Yorkshire Dales provide the perfect setting for a relaxing British getaway. A landscape of rolling hills, meandering rivers and lush green valleys, this tranquil spot offers peaceful beauty and some of the best wildlife to be seen in the UK. A vast expanse of wonderfully protected land, The Dales span three of the most scenic counties in Northern England – North Yorkshire, West Yorkshire and Cumbria. Read More
A comfortable cosy holiday cottage in a lovely rural location within Cumbria, near the unspoilt village of Ravenstonedale. Conveniently located for exploring the many attractions of both the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District and ideal for walkers. 4 Star.
Two individual, character holiday cottages, located in the heart of Coverdale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This is an ideal base for cycling Le Tour de France route. The property offers cycle storage and benefits from a biomass heating system. Together the cottages can sleep groups of upto 8 people. 3 Star.
Two individual, character holiday cottages, located in the heart of Coverdale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. With spectacular views across the dale, this is an ideal base for walkers, cyclists or those wishing to explore the Dales. Newly refurbished in 2014 and benefitting from a biomass heating system. 3 Star.
A delightful cosy retreat for two, centrally positioned in the High Street of the pretty popular village of Ingleton. Sitting on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, there are plenty of attractions within easy reach and great walks.
A comfortable holiday cottage situated in the village of Spennithorne in Lower Wensleydale near to the Yorkshire Dales and within easy reach of the North York Moors.
A Grade II listed former leadminers' cottage set in the heart of picturesque Swaledale within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Wonderful for walking and visiting the many market towns of the Dales. 4 Star 4.
A fantastic conversion providing holiday accommodation with original features in a tranquil rural location in Cumbria near to the Lake District on a farm specialising in rare breeds - perfect for walking and cycling. 4 Star Gold.
Tucked away on a 35 acre farm are 3 holiday cottages located in the heart of West Yorkshire. They provide a perfect rural retreat and are also accessible to both the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales. 4 Star.
Formerly a coaching inn, this beautifully converted holiday home sits on the outskirts of the attractive village of Ingleton on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is within easy reach of the Lake District.
A cosy comfortable ground floor holiday apartment located in the picturesque village of Bainbridge near Hawes. An ideal location from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales and its many attractions.
Delightful old stone holiday cottage in the bustling market town of Settle, in the Yorkshire Dales. Excellent amenities and attractions on your doorstep and ideal for exploring this beautiful area.
A beautifully furnished self catering holiday cottage in a peaceful idyllic position surrounded by fells and farmland between the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District. The perfect base for exploring this beautiful area of simply relaxing! 5 Star.
Newton Grange is home to five charming holiday cottages and provides a rural retreat on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, near to Gargrave and Skipton. Perfect base for walkers and exploring the Dales.
A cosy holiday cottage full of character with beams and woodburning stove, situated in an ideal location for relaxing, enjoying outdoor pursuits or touring the Yorkshire Dales.
Three delightful holiday cottages located in the pretty village of Middlesmoor (with pub) near Pateley Bridge on the outskirts of the Yorkshire Dales. 4 Star.
A late 17th Century holiday cottage located in the heart of Dent village, within the Yorkshire Dales in Cumbria. An ideal base for exploring the Dales, Cumbria (including the nearby Lake District), a walking holiday or simply relaxing.
Formerly a mill workers cottage, this self catering holiday cottage provides comfortable accommodation in a peaceful location within the Yorkshire Dales. 4 Star.
Sitting in the tiny hamlet of Slack just under a mile from the cobbled centre of Dent with its shops and pubs, this lovely holiday cottage nestles within the Yorkshire Dales National Park in Cumbria. An ideal base for exploring both the Dales and Cumbria (inc the Lakes).
A delightful detached holiday cottage in a peaceful location with wonderful views across the valley, just 3 miles from the cobbled centre of Dent Village within the Yorkshire Dales in Cumbria - an ideal base for exploring both the Yorkshire Dales and the nearby Lake District.
Ideally situated in the cobbled centre of Dent within the Yorkshire Dales in Cumbria, this delightful holiday cottage has pubs, cafes and shops on the doorstep and is perfect for exploring the Dales, Cumbria (inc the nearby Lake District), a walking holiday or simply relaxing.
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A popular holiday destination for those seeking some time away from the rat race, the Yorkshire Dales is a beautiful area in which to unwind with stunning walks, wildlife spotting and pretty villages. The Dales are also home to some of the most unique scenery to be found in the UK. Malham, in particular, is a must on the to-do list for visitors to the area. Known for its limestone cliffs, miles of ancient stone walls and lush green fields, it is a superb backdrop for fascinating walks. The area is so unique, in fact, that is has been deemed a ‘Site of Special Scientific Interest’. The highly protected area is home to plenty of wildlife for those on the lookout. Visitors to Malham should also be sure to make their way to Malham Cove – an intriguing natural limestone formation that has been created over millions of years.
The Yorkshire Dales is home to Wensleydale – a beautifully scenic area, with vast moorland, dotted with pretty waterfalls. Making a trip to see the Aysgarth Falls, in particular, will not disappoint. Those more interested in man-made creations should visit the fascinating ruins of Middleham Castle, built in 1190.
Moving closer to Cumbria is the quaint farming community of Dentdale. It is an area steeped in history, with remnants from the Vikings, who settled there in the 10th Century. Though home to only one village, there is plenty to see and do in this scenic spot. The Dent Brewery is well worth a visit for the guided tours and award-winning ales.
The vast Yorkshire Dales provides some of the prettiest unspoilt scenery to be found in the UK.
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