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Holiday Cottages in Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a dream destination for a cottage holiday. With its rolling dales, dramatic moorlands and historic towns – not least the city of York – there’s more than enough to keep you and your family busy for a fortnight. There are some excellent holiday cottages in Yorkshire to choose from, whether you’re after something close to York, Whitby or Leeds, or something more remote near to the region’s many hiking and cycle trails.

Yorkshire, known for its openness and hospitality, has so much to offer tourists, which is why it remains popular with holidaymakers from all around the world. You’ll find lots of top-notch cottages in the region, so if you’ve got something very specific in mind there’s a good chance you’ll find it! Need a pet-friendly hideaway close to Yorkshire Moors? Or what about something cosy in Whitby, with excellent sea-views and the unmistakable romance of the British seaside?

What to do on a cottage holiday in Yorkshire

Yorkshire is one of the biggest counties in the UK, so there’s plenty going on to keep you and your family busy. You’ll find lots of history, especially in the medieval town of York, where you can visit the magnificent Gothic cathedral of York Minster, built in around the 13th century, or perhaps take a walk through the winding narrow medieval streets that characterise the Shambles. The seaside town of Whitby has a different historic flavour, made famous by Bram Stoker as the landing point of Dracula, it still retains a Victorian-era character alongside amusement arcades, shopping centres and numerous modern tourist attractions.

Picturesque Yorkshire, as well as being home to some amazing cities and towns, is famous for its stunning natural landscapes and national parks. Both Yorkshire Moors National Park and Yorkshire Dales National Park are picture-perfect for some cycling, hiking or wildlife spotting, or you could head towards the Yorkshire coast for some incredible cliff-top views.

The choice is yours when you choose Yorkshire cottages. Self-catering accommodation packed with character is perfect for any budget or tastes, and ideal for spur of the moment romantic getaways or busy family holidays with the dogs in tow.

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Holiday Cottages In Yorkshire

More Yorkshire Cottages

Holiday Cottages in Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a dream destination for a cottage holiday. With its rolling dales, dramatic moorlands and historic towns – not least the city of York – there’s more than enough to keep you and your family busy for a fortnight. There are some excellent holiday cottages in Yorkshire to choose from, whether you’re after something close to York, Whitby or Leeds, or something more remote near to the region’s many hiking and cycle trails.

Yorkshire, known for its openness and hospitality, has so much to offer tourists, which is why it remains popular with holidaymakers from all around the world. You’ll find lots of top-notch cottages in the region, so if you’ve got something very specific in mind there’s a good chance you’ll find it! Need a pet-friendly hideaway close to Yorkshire Moors? Or what about something cosy in Whitby, with excellent sea-views and the unmistakable romance of the British seaside?

What to do on a cottage holiday in Yorkshire

Yorkshire is one of the biggest counties in the UK, so there’s plenty going on to keep you and your family busy. You’ll find lots of history, especially in the medieval town of York, where you can visit the magnificent Gothic cathedral of York Minster, built in around the 13th century, or perhaps take a walk through the winding narrow medieval streets that characterise the Shambles. The seaside town of Whitby has a different historic flavour, made famous by Bram Stoker as the landing point of Dracula, it still retains a Victorian-era character alongside amusement arcades, shopping centres and numerous modern tourist attractions.

Picturesque Yorkshire, as well as being home to some amazing cities and towns, is famous for its stunning natural landscapes and national parks. Both Yorkshire Moors National Park and Yorkshire Dales National Park are picture-perfect for some cycling, hiking or wildlife spotting, or you could head towards the Yorkshire coast for some incredible cliff-top views.

The choice is yours when you choose Yorkshire cottages. Self-catering accommodation packed with character is perfect for any budget or tastes, and ideal for spur of the moment romantic getaways or busy family holidays with the dogs in tow.

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

  1. - Cathy C, March 2015

    Verified purchase

    "We were 2 adults staying for some peace and quiet but within easy reach of amenities. That is exactly what we got. My friend smokes and was greeted by the old chap almost every time that people have mentioned negatively in reviews. Either he or his wife were in constant attendance. We however went along with it. The old chap was interested in where we were going and where we had been. You could set your clock by him and his tour of the village walking with his dog. The cottage is just off the village centre, so 3 pubs and 2 breweries were within crawling distance but away from any noise. The deli on the corner had some fab cheese, a bakery around the opposite direction for fresh bread. The place reminded me of a mini Oxford with huddled up terraces opening out onto the street. The centre has a parking honesty box of 50p. Steeped in history, cyclists and real ale drinkers following a country walk. Yes, the old chap is a talking point, but we are nurses and are used to long chats with older people, so it didn't bother us"
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  2. Gillian

    Verified purchase

    "Very cold February weekend, central heating only working for a couple of hours in the morning then clicked off and didn't come on until 3pm, instructions not to touch thermostat lest it tripped the electrics. Gas fire was broken and no other heating in the cottage so made things very chilly between 10 and 3, and size of main room meant that heating coming back on at 3 didn't warm the room until around 5pm. No mobile signal in cottage, unmanned reception and broken payphone outside meant flagging this was difficult. Finally got a replacement heater on Saturday afternoon after two failed attempts to raise staff at the B+B on top of the hill, it worked for 20 minutes then tripped out and didn't work again. Gave up and huddled in covers! Real challenge was that when we finally got a member of staff to help from the B+_B and flagged that we had no heating due to broken gas fire, she still took our fuel supplement off us. Nice cottage in gorgeous location but heating was not fit for purpose or year-round accommodation."
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  3. Linda

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage was generally fine except that I did find the kitchen too small though this is my fault as I had seen the photos. The river wasn't as accessible as we had hoped & our dog, a young & very excitable Brittany pointer, had to be taken out on her lead as we didn't consider the site was secure enough for her. This said, Newgate Bank, only mile away is very good for walking dogs if you take the gated path to your right by the entrance. We never did manage to contact anyone by phone as the mobile signal was non-existant & the red phone box was emergency calls only. We didn't try the wi-fi. Cannot comment on the meals as we self catered. The owners were very pleasant & supplied excellent cake on our arrival. Very quiet location with plenty of parking. The village shop/tearoom at nearby Hawnby is somewhat basic but the owners were lovely & very helpful. Note that they do not sell newspapers on a Sunday.The cafe at The Walled Garden in Helmsley is highly recommended."
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  4. Oliver

    Verified purchase

    "Cottage was very basic, not a problem in itself, however clearly in need of refurb/redecoration with outdated decor and trim ruining the overall feel of the property. Basics missing from the property - bottle opener, washing up equipment etc?! Bathroom smelt like a public toilet even before we used it and it only got worse. Towel rails litter the property - at first we thought for ease but later discovered because the cottage is so damp they are required. Booking.com states the property has wi-fi; it does not. You can get the internet but must stand outside of a different property on site - perfect when you need to send a few emails in the Yorkshire weather! Hot tub could definitely have done with a thorough clean. After seeing what we had been laying in with the aid of sunlight we didnt go back! Appreciate hot tub is merely an added bonus. I think lose the title 'luxury self catering cottages' as it is not apt. Didn't look in other properties so cannot comment on them."
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  5. - 655heather, October 2015

    Verified purchase

    "the cottage is located in the centre of a picturesque town and only a few minutes walk to all the shops which have anything that you need. The cottage is very clean and is fully equipped with everything that you require, . I recommend having a meal at the Kings Head pub, we enjoyed a nice meal and friendly atmosphere. There is a weekly market and it is worth a visit as there are home made products and artists who sell pictures and cards. We used it as a base to travel around north yorkshire to do family history. I recommend also visiting surrounding towns such as Ripon. Hawes, Richmond and if you are a fan of the last of the summer wine go to Holmfirth. I would definitely stay there again."
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