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Holiday Cottages in the Yorkshire Dales

Whatever time of year you choose to book your Yorkshire Dales Cottages, this part of England never fails to astonish. Both the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are protected, giving you some idea of just how unique and special the scenery is in the area. Each part of the Dales has its own distinct character. Book one of our extensive range of holiday cottages in the Yorkshire Dales close to the South Dales and you’ll be closer to civilization, yet still surrounded by wild and rugged beauty. The North Dales is straight out of a Bronte novel, with expansive heaths, ancient, crumbling walls and ancient barns. To the west, you’ll find small, rustic villages with plenty of charm.

Holidays in the Yorkshire Dales have immediate appeal for couples who want to enjoy some time together against a wildly romantic backdrop. Whether it’s cosying up around a warming fire or taking a gentle stroll across the moors, there’s no denying the impact of the stunning scenery. For families booking one of our Yorkshire Dales Cottages, there’s plenty to keep younger visitors entertained and to make your break a memorable one.

What are the best family attractions in the Yorkshire Dales?

If you’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in the Yorkshire Dales near Leyburn, be sure to pay a visit to the wonderfully-named Forbidden Corner. While it might be advertised as being for kids, this attraction is equally appealing to adults. Packed with imposing follies, secret passages, hidden doors and some extremely eccentric statues, this a day out that the whole family will enjoy.

For families who like to get out and about, Brimham Rocks, near Nidderdale, offers a very rewarding challenge. The rocks themselves have naturally formed into weird and wonderful shapes, creating some superb climbing opportunities and offering breathtaking views across the Dales. There are plenty of places to enjoy a picnic, so pack a hamper and get your climbing boots on.

Ingleton’s White Scar Caves prove that all the best scenery isn’t always above ground. Book a tour and you’ll encounter expansive underground chambers, dazzling rock formations and subterranean waterfalls. The caves cover around four miles and a tour usually takes around an hour and a half.

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Holiday Cottages In Yorkshire Dales

More Yorkshire Dales Cottages

Holiday Cottages in the Yorkshire Dales

Whatever time of year you choose to book your Yorkshire Dales Cottages, this part of England never fails to astonish. Both the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are protected, giving you some idea of just how unique and special the scenery is in the area. Each part of the Dales has its own distinct character. Book one of our extensive range of holiday cottages in the Yorkshire Dales close to the South Dales and you’ll be closer to civilization, yet still surrounded by wild and rugged beauty. The North Dales is straight out of a Bronte novel, with expansive heaths, ancient, crumbling walls and ancient barns. To the west, you’ll find small, rustic villages with plenty of charm.

Holidays in the Yorkshire Dales have immediate appeal for couples who want to enjoy some time together against a wildly romantic backdrop. Whether it’s cosying up around a warming fire or taking a gentle stroll across the moors, there’s no denying the impact of the stunning scenery. For families booking one of our Yorkshire Dales Cottages, there’s plenty to keep younger visitors entertained and to make your break a memorable one.

What are the best family attractions in the Yorkshire Dales?

If you’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in the Yorkshire Dales near Leyburn, be sure to pay a visit to the wonderfully-named Forbidden Corner. While it might be advertised as being for kids, this attraction is equally appealing to adults. Packed with imposing follies, secret passages, hidden doors and some extremely eccentric statues, this a day out that the whole family will enjoy.

For families who like to get out and about, Brimham Rocks, near Nidderdale, offers a very rewarding challenge. The rocks themselves have naturally formed into weird and wonderful shapes, creating some superb climbing opportunities and offering breathtaking views across the Dales. There are plenty of places to enjoy a picnic, so pack a hamper and get your climbing boots on.

Ingleton’s White Scar Caves prove that all the best scenery isn’t always above ground. Book a tour and you’ll encounter expansive underground chambers, dazzling rock formations and subterranean waterfalls. The caves cover around four miles and a tour usually takes around an hour and a half.

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  1. India

    Verified purchase

    "First of all let me say, we absolutely loved our stay at S18556! It was so peaceful, a great little getaway for our family including the dog! There is a stream running about 10m in front of the lodge, and about 100m walk up the path is a pond- both great for attracting lovely wildlife. The lodge was really clean, well set out, and the kitchen had all the bits and bats we needed for the weekend. We had a lovely welcome pack on arrival; bread, tea, coffee, milk, wine, washing up liquid, which we thought was a nice touch. A travel cot was also provided for us (there was no mattress with it but we folded up one of the single duvets which worked fine). There were also towels provided, but one thing to note is that there was no hand soap in either of the bathrooms, so bring your own! We can't thank Arthur enough for looking after us, what a great guy! One small downside was that you can hear the traffic from the nearby dual carriage way, however we didn't notice it until late at night when we had turned the TV off and we were really quiet.. even then it didn't really bother us. Overall, a great place to stay and we'll definitely be coming back soon!!"
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  2. Vanita

    Verified purchase

    "It was a very well equipped lodge with a beautiful view of the brook that had the weather been kinder the children could have played in and it was lovely to see the wildlife, an abundance of bunnies and the odd red squirrel, that were roaming around just outside the lodge which the kids loved watching. The children's park was within walking distance and we could send the kids off to play whilst cooking tea. It was a great location for touring with Brough Castle on our doorstep with a lovely cafe selling home made ice cream and a play area for the kids along with Kirby Stephen to explore. Attended a lovely pub called the Black Swan for a meal and although did not get into the restaurant being a family of 5 they accommodated us well and everyone enjoyed their meal. Great location for exploring further a field went to Appleby by the Moor infamous for its horse fayre. Would be great to come back in the Summer when weather hopefully better. Only slight issue was you could not walk to the local pub due to being just off the A6 but apart from that perfect for a relaxing weekend."
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  3. Jane

    Verified purchase

    "The garden at this property is very rocky and uneven, I have a hip problem which meant I could not go out without assistance! Serious thought should be given before visiting here with children. The double glazed window in the double bedroom does not fit the window 'hole' and therefore does not keep out the incredibly loud sound of the river, had to move to the other room during the first night. I read a lot of reviews before booking and all mentioned a lack of shower, no problem I thought as I prefer baths. The bathroom however is very unwelcoming, no nice relaxing bubble bath here - will the world ever be rid of advocado bathroom suites? Very off putting with its peeling and mouldy sealant. The warped uneven floor also caused me balance problems and do give some thought to the poor neighbours who have to listen to what must sound like cannon fire every time someone uses the bathroom. The cottage was lovely and clean but a lot of things to stop us making a return visit."
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  4. Ian

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage is beautiful and is situated in a gorgeous location especially with the river running behind.It is clean, tidy and comfortable and in a perfect location for exploring the lakes and sales.We would definitely return and the only reason that this was not given 10/10 was because of a couple of picky personal preferences which should not keep anyone away.Firstly the shower is a mixer over a bath which looses hot water pressure when lifted too high but easily overcome and secondly the cottage was lovely and warm with storage heaters (but almost too warm). I would prefer to have a fire which could be lit to personal needs but failing that an electric wall mounted fire to add to the cottage ambience.All in all a perfect place for a family stay but don't arrive at night because it's awkward to find the right cottage in pitch black.Ps. The website says sheets available for the double room so we brought a duvet, but on arrival found that a duvet was there already."
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  5. Jenny

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage's unusual and attractive position by the river appealed to us. Farfield Mill is an interesting place to visit. If you keep your receipt for entrance, you can keep going back for the duration of your holiday. Regarding the facilities of the cottage, the lack of an overhead shower with curtain or screen was very disappointing. The sofa was rather hard for comfort and there was no light over the hob.Whilst we knew that there wasn't a washing machine or dishwasher, these tend to be standard equipment in many holiday cottages. The nearest launderettes are in Kendal or Kirkby Stephen - this filled time when we would rather have been doing something else. While this isn't an issue for those staying for one week, our 2 week holiday period meant that we needed to wash clothes and towels."
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