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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.

More Yorkshire Dales Cottages

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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in yorkshire dales.

  1. Previous guest

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    "S15364 in Carperby was idylic. Peaceful does not really describe it. The view from the main bedroom or the balcony out to the fields of the dales was wonderful. The owners, Steve and Debbie were lovely people, there if you needed them but never pushy. It was wonderful to see the lambs born and nice of them to let us see them in the field. Chickens running around the garden, cats coming up the steps to see you, and Jeff the dog with his grinning face as he stuck his head in the car door to see if their was anything for him. Aysgarth falls is a nice leisurely walk of just over a mile, Bolton Castle is the same if you go via the public footpath through the fields. It is only a short dtive to Leyburn which is a lovely old market town that has an excellent market on a friday selling fresh fish, good quality vegetables and cheeses (try the Yorkshire blue, lovely). You can then drive onto Reeth which is a lovely old village with three pubs that sell good pub grub. One nice pub in Carperby, very friendly and quiet. No shops (good!). Try a trip up to Tan Hill inn, the highest pub in the UK, the array of beers is superb. March 2012."
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  2. Previous guest

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    "A well equipped cottage with friendly and helpful owners. The cottage was warm and cosy and in good condition despite being in the middle of trecking country and accepting pets. You would not have known that pets and muddy boots had been in the cottage apart from the comments in the visitors book. Centrally located between Hawes and Leyburn with views over the hills and local pub nearby. Plenty of information on local places to visit and a wide choice of places to eat within a few miles. We ventured further afield to Beamish and it is a good idea to pre-book tickets as the queue to get in was long - we chose a sunny day during school holidays. We had an enjoyable but too brief a stay, the week went too quickly. August 2011."
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  3. Emma

    Verified purchase

    "Nice location within the Yorkshire dales, just off main road running east to west across the dales. This is a first floor apartment which meant we were worried about our kids running around and weather people on the ground floor could hear our children jumping and running around.Decoration and furniture a bit dated but OK. Curtains were very thin in the bedrooms, which is not good if you like it properly dark when you are sleeping. Mugs for tea/coffee were heavily stained which was a bit off putting and kettle needed replacing."
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  4. Previous guest

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    "A very comfortable, cosy and homely cottage. Very clean and lots of added extras (maps of the locality, DVDs and games, hairdryer, milk/biscuits on arrival). No details left of where the outside bins were and when they needed to go out. The location was lovely and so handy having the lovely market town of Hawes so close by. We did some walking from the cottage which was lovely but on the days when the weather was bad we found that it did take us a long time to travel to any of the other tourist/sight-seeing spots. March 2012. "
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  5. madeleine

    Verified purchase

    "the cottage was very dirty and very damp, the cooker had not been cleaned and there was food left in it.The microwave was dirty and had food on the glass turntable.The windows were cracked in some of the rooms and covered in thick cobwebs throughout the property.The dining area was very dirty and hadnot been cleaned at all, The bed was very comfortable but on looking at the duvet it had blood stains over it..We certainly would not recommend this property to anyone...."
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