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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 To Rent

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. Barrie

    Verified purchase

    "Our first impressions were poor because the main access is to the rear of the property, where next door's yard was full of junk and scrap metal. Also, access to the property's car parking we found very difficult, with a very narrow, restricted, entrance for a larger car, compounded by obstructions from wheelie bins (arrival day - Friday - is bin day). And the front of the cottage could do with a re-paint, to match its photo.Inside, the kitchen fridge needs defrosting badly. When unoccupied, the bathroom toilet is always on view, as the bathroom door does not remain closed - the latch needs repair or replacement. Indeed, when occupied, the lock itself is in poor condition.In our bedroom, we found the wardrobe full of bedding, which had to be removed. Indeed, there was also considerable spare bedding under all of the beds. The coathangers in the front bedrooms were few, of poor quality, and the wrong size. The ones in the less-used back bedrooms were excellent - these also matched their "wardrobes". The furniture in the right front bedroom left something to be desired - the "distressed" look was overdone, and the drawers in the chest of drawers were heavy, noisy and unsafe.However, we enjoyed our week there very much. The views, and location, are outstanding, and the cottage was spacious, cosy and attractive. The beds were very comfortable, and, of course, the village was pretty, tranquil, restful and unspoilt, with some friendly residents, and lots of local walking.The local town (Hawes) offered some interesting shops, several restaurants, pubs with food, and cafes, as well as the excellent Wensleydale Cheese Visitor Centre. The Stone House Hotel, a short stroll from the cottage, offers great food and welcoming staff - for a night out treat.All in all, a good base for touring the Dales."
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  2. Meryl

    Verified purchase

    "We loved the cottage and can thoroughly recommend it. The location is excellent as it is only a mile from Hawes, not that we would recommend walking from the cottage to Hawes as there is no footpath and it is the main road. The owners recommend a couple of walks starting from the cottage so if you're a walker you can leave the car behind. It was incredibly quite and cosy. We had the log fire burning two evenings as the weather wasn't that kind to us, but the central heating kicked in about 6pm which soon warmed up the whole cottage. Beds were extremely comfortable. The kitchen is large and well equipped. The owners had left us a lovely welcome basket of local bread, cheese and eggs etc. I would point out, however, that there is no private garden so if you use the patio seating area you are looking onto the cottage opposite. There are no views from the cottage but you only have to walk a few yards to get a wonderful view. I was aware at the time of booking that there was no shower just a bath with hand held shower. I didn't think this would be a problem for only a couple of nights but this would actually prevent us from booking this cottage again. Being a couple of a certain age getting in and out of a bath is difficult and I have suggested to the owners that a grab handle on the wall would be a plus for us oldies. Overall our experience in S15173 was a very good one. The owners were very helpful and friendly in their communications with me before booking and after our stay."
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  3. Tony

    Verified purchase

    "Beautiful cottage in a great location, perfect for a small family. The welcome pack is very informative and the welcome basket was a lovely touch. However there are a few suggestions that could be made to make the property more appealing. The kitchen may need an overhaul. We felt as if a lot of the utensils needed replacing, we found a crockpot with some rust inside. More cleaning products needed to be made available as in the welcome pack we were asked to clean throughout our stay, which was difficult without cleaning products. The dishwasher leaked when it was used. The cooker also needed a deep clean as when we used this it would set off the smoke alarm, we also thought that some oven trays would have been useful."
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  4. Michelle

    Verified purchase

    "Fabulous cottage with amazing views and great location to either start your walking from the cottage or a short drive to the likes of Asgarth, Kettlewell etc. It's very well stocked with every utensil/ equipment you could possibly need, the owners really have thought of everything. It's a very clean, comfortable cottage with plenty of room. Bedrooms are very spacious, both bathrooms are great with an abundance of very hot water. The only small criticism I have is that the blue sofa & chair need replacing as they are not that comfy and the tv is very old, however this would not stop me going again or highly recommending this beautiful cottage."
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  5. PAULINE

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage has lovely views and is comfortable and very well equipped and in a good location for access to great walks in the area, and to facilities in Hawes. The only negative point is regarding the parking: the booking website indicates parking for three cars, implying an overall generosity of space, whereas the very narrow access is only really suitable for small cars - this should be made clear on the website. Otherwise a great cottage for exploring the Dales."
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