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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. Christine

    Verified purchase

    "Went July 2015. New property and in keeping with local buildings. Was great for different family groups meeting up. We all got together for a meal in 1 of other 3 bed apartments.(took our own plates cups etc) This one had everything we needed for weekend. outside stone steps led directly to the first floor studio .lovely barn style door which you could leave top open. Steps no problem for us but not if you have mobility problems. (There are ground floor ones) windows look out onto road but nice enough view not noisy. Great location near middle of town and behind a pub (could go through pub to property behind.) public car park directly behind we always got a place small charge on ticket machine. simple and clean and very pleasant studio with bedroom area divided by open plan wardrobe (open bedroom side)which gives a little privacy from living are.. Think we were the first to book. No problems booking. Received email with local contact number. Someone returned my call to give directions and where to get the keys.(from the pub) nice greeting on arrival and was shown where to go. Fresh flowers in vase was a lovely touch. Washing up liquid n cleaning stuff cloth sponge t. Towel etc was provided. Nice sized room with sofa and table and chairs.lovely bed/bedding etc. good bathroom my only tiny gripe was there was no hook to hang towel or clothes (back of door) and no lock on door. A shelf to put toiletry bag would have been helpful but minor points.missed a big mirror. (Attending family party, a must for the ladies) they may well have been added by now. Really enjoyed the stay and all the rest of the group were impressed by the accommodation. Would definitely reccomend a stay. We hope to all go back and meet up with everyone again. a little more pricey than bed and breakfast prices but good for freedom space and for us, get togethers."
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  2. Mark

    Verified purchase

    "The owners of S14783 are two of the nicest people I've ever met. Nothing was too much trouble. The welcome scones were lovely too.The apartment is above the owners house and a perfect size for two, with a spacious lounge/kitchen/diner and a decent size bedroom. The bathroom has a bath which was nice after long walks, and a shower above the bath. The furnishings are a bit dated but that didn't bother us at all. The place was very clean apart from a few animal hairs my wife found on the carpet so I presume dogs are allowed.The local area has loads to do, on sunny or rainy days. The walks from Barnard Castle were lovely, and we spent over four hours in the Bowes Museum. Sadly there is nothing in the village in the way of pubs or shops, you have to drive to Barnard Castle but there are plenty of everything there. S14783 was a great place to stay and very reasonably priced. I recommend it."
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  3. Karen

    Verified purchase

    "Great apartment located right in the heart of the of Barnard Castle which has many pubs, takeaways and local shops. The apartment was light and airy although it is a studio it didn't feel small. It has underfloor heating which we didn't need to use. With regard to a previous review there is now an over-door clothes hanger and shelf for toiletries in the bathroom. The hosts left us bread, butter, milk, bourbon biscuits and washing up liquid so we could have a cup of tea on arrival. And with Morrisons only a short walk away we were easily able to stock up on other supplies. High and Low force are only a short drive away as is the National Rail Museum at Shildon which is worth a half day visit (as entry is free)."
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  4. Samantha

    Verified purchase

    "The accommodation is newly finished and therefore in a very good state of repair & decor. It was easy to find, behind the pub, the free drink on arrival was very welcome! The location was very central. There is a Morrison supermarket less than a 5 minute walk away & the center of town is just round the corner.This is an ideal location for exploring this area & if you fancy staying in town there is always the Bowes museum a very short walk away.Parking is in a public car park next to the property & we never had any bother finding a spot. If you are there for the week you get to use a permit so its free!We only had one negative & that is that the fridge is tiny!"
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  5. Michael

    Verified purchase

    "This is a quiet and clean apartment ideally situated to explore Settle and The Dales as well as further afield into Lancashire. It had a comfortable bed and bliss no shower curtain! Great views from from the lounge too. It was let down a little by being a bit dusty in places - somebody before us had written "dusty" on the tv stand (we only saw it when we were trying to remove a very large moth!) . We would also have preferred a small table and chairs under the window to eat instead of the small breakfast bar.We enjoyed a very comfortable stay and would be happy to stay there again if we ever returned to the area."
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