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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 To Rent

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 to rent.

  1. Nicola

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed at the cottage for a week and had a wonderful time. The cottage is very spacious and was more than big enough for a family of four. The beds were comfortable and there was plenty of storage. The kitchen had all the equipment/utensils you could need. The only disappointment with the property was that there was an issue with the bath and we couldn't use it. This wasn't ideal with two young children but couldn't be helped. The location was great, a short drive from Sherwood Forest and Rufford Abbey and about 40 minutes to Nottingham and Lincoln. Slight downside there wasn't a local shop within walking distance but there are two supermarkets within a few minutes drive. We really enjoyed our time in the cottage, it was very comfortable and we felt right at home. We'd definitely stay again if we were looking for accommodation in this area."
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  2. Fiona

    Verified purchase

    "We enjoyed our stay at S15475. It's nicely decorated and had every amenity we needed. It was comfortable, warm and the enclosed garden was very much enjoyed by our children. It was good as a base for lots of day trips. We were lucky to arrive when the Cawood Craft Festival was on, which was a lovely event.Because our children are young, we weren't able to walk into the local village (too far on a road with no pavement) which meant we had to take the car for every outing. We were also a bit surprised by the lack of local amenities (only a post office/store and no local restaurants other than pubs), although that's an issue with the area rather than S15475 (and probably betrays our lack of awareness of life in the countryside!). "
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  3. Patricia

    Verified purchase

    "We are lead to believe by the owners that this will not be continuing as a holiday cottage. So any remarks dont really count. However, it took us umpteen messages left on their 2 mobiles to make contact and that was because I kept phoning and it was not until Thursday pm that |I had a reply. We were beginning to seriously believe this holiday was not going to happen. I was then informed that the bath was leaking so there would be no bath. If we had not stayed in this cottage before we would not have been very happy with this situation. The cottage itself is very comfy and has all that it required for a good holiday."
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  4. Tamsin

    Verified purchase

    "A lovely friendly welcome for us and the dogs. Cute cottage, on a main road. Enclosed garden for non-Houdini like dogs (fence abt 1m high). Low ceilings upstairs, fine for us but you wouldn't want to be much taller than 5"8'. Light and airy, nice and warm (NB read small print about the £15 winter fuel fee). Comfortable and well equipped. Couldn't get some of lights or dishwasher to work, hence score of 7. Left a note so this is probably fixed by now. All in all a great stay. Would definitely go back."
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  5. Duncan

    Verified purchase

    "The layout of the bathroom/bedroom could have been shown better in photos. Although we'd gathered from the photos that there was no door, nothing prepared us for quite how open it was. Once we had the privacy screen positioned sensibly it wasn't too bad, but it was still a little inconvenient being basically in the same room as someone using the toilet. In spite of that, still a very enjoyable stay; the kitchen was particularly pleasant in the mornings - very bright and a lovely view."
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