3 (off peak)
Clarks Cottage sleeps up to ten guests and sits in an enviable position within only a short stroll (few minutes) from Dent's cobbled centre, within the Yorkshire Dales National Park on the edge of Cumbria. This beautifully presented stone detached holiday cottage sits in a fantastic spot with superb views over the rolling countryside of Dentdale. Stylishly furnished and well equipped, the cottage provides guests with a high level of comfort including lots of character features such as exposed beams and stonework. A big patio area offers wonderful views and provides an ideal location to relax at the end of the day and enjoy a glass of wine or outside dining during the warmer months.
Located within the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, Dentdale is the smallest and possibly the most delightful Yorkshire dale with wonderful rolling countryside, country lanes, pretty riverside walks and footpaths leading across the fells and hills starting from the cottage. You can't help but marvel at the pure natural beauty, deep heritage and stunning scenery - a place where you can truly escape the pressures of every day life. This is also a convenient location for exploring both Cumbria and the Dales, along with the many attractions of the Lakes which is approximately fifteen miles away.
There are a multitude of outdoor activities to enjoy locally. Dentdale is fantastic for walkers as well as cyclists with both quiet country lanes and off-road routes including the Pennine Cycle Route and Yorkshire Dales Cycleway passing through the village. Dentdale has its own Heritage Centre where you can discover the social customs and working lives of Dalesfolk from times gone by. The village also has a Meditation Centre for quiet contemplation, along with two cafes and three pubs where you can enjoy a meal or a pint of ale.
The Settle to Carlisle Railway is one of the most spectacular scenic journeys in the world. It travels through Dentdale and stops at the railway station of Dent where you can jump on a train to Carlisle or Leeds and enjoy the breathtaking Pennines and Dales views along the way.
With stunning scenery, fantastic walking and numerous attractions within easy reach, this is an ideal holiday cottage to taste this little bit of paradise.
Managed By Peter Rushton joined Independent Cottages in April 2010
Outside: Large patio area in the garden equipped with outdoor furniture, barbecue and even a hammock for relaxing. Off-road parking is available (capacity for up to three vehicles at the front of the property.
Additional information: Central heating, electricity, logs, bed linen and towels included in the price. A high chair and travel cot are available. Pets are welcome at an additional charge of £30 per week per dog. Strictly no smoking inside the cottage.
Star Rating: 4 Star
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5 bedrooms - 3 en suite & great views 20% reduction in low season for 4 persons using 2 bedrooms when booked more than 8 weeks in advance
| Mon, 4 Dec 2017 for 4 nights, £424
| Fri, 15 Dec 2017 for 3 nights, £549
7 nights £669
| Mon, 8 Jan 2018 for 4 nights, £429
7 nights £689 14 nights £1329
| Fri, 12 Jan 2018 for 3 nights, £545
7 nights £695 14 nights £1329