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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. Kirsty

    Verified purchase

    "My family (4 adults and a dog) have just returned from a week at S15468 and would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a peaceful and relaxing break.The lodge itself is lovely. It is well kept, clean and very spacious. The hot tub is a nice feature which is a welcome source of relaxation for weary bones after a walk along the canal. The site owner has obviously taken great care when considering the placement of the lodges and shrubbery to ensure the accommodation is as private as possible and not overlooked by neighbouring lodges.The lodge only has one TV (with Freeview & DVD player) and internet and mobile signal can be very intermittent so probably is not the ideal location for those reliant on modern technology, but for us it was an opportunity to escape.Having stayed in several other lodges throughout the north of England I can definitely recommend this one and believe it is excellent value for money.James (the Site Owner) was really friendly and helpful (as were the other staff on site)."
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  2. M

    Verified purchase

    "spotlessly clean, well equipped with things like bedside torches and all the little bits like washing machine liquid, so rare to see this sort of attention to detail and comfort. The owners were really welcoming and the goodies basket was so nice, only ever done this for neighbours house guests when they rented their home out in summer, never before had we been given one ourselves. The village was well supported with transport regularly and we used the buses twice so we could leave the car behind, there was a chippy as well as co-op and one stop. Pretty cottage style garden and own entrance and parking so we were left to ourselves. The furnishings etc were of good quality too. Lots of small gardens to visit, Lincoln Cathedral and Castle if wanted one can get a bus up Steep hill area to them from bus station. Olivers small boat trip was friendly and individual phone booking a One and half hour trip with a cream tea included £5 each, so cheap. Chrissy even walked us to the bus station so we got there ok."
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  3. Confirmed guest

    Verified purchase

    "This is a gem of a place in Saxilby, local amenities so close at hand including the railway station making visits Lincoln so easy, less than 15min on an efficient service. Waiting for the train meant we were able to talk to local people also waiting for the train, they are all so friendly. We walked around the village each morning, everyone says good morning to you, a very welcoming village. The garden at S25290 is amazing (as good as Monty Dons'), I counted 47 fragrant roses, the Rambling Rector's scent filling some of the High Street as well as the garden. There were several honeysuckles so evenings on the patio was a heady mixture of beautiful fragrances, so relaxing. It was hard to believe you were in the middle of a village. Dave and Susan have done a marvellous job, they are knowlegable, friendly and very welcoming - the welcome pack being an indication of their friendy outlook. We would definately go back again if visiting that area, it is well worth a visit."
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  4. Francesca

    Verified purchase

    "Excellent cottage tucked into the corner of the plot with a lovely front and back garden. Although the cottage was attached to the other properties we felt as though it was still private. Only one little issue with the back garden for our small dog ... she immediately went to the back gate and scrambled underneath so we had to monitor her on the back. The front garden fences were covered with chicken wire so we felt more at ease letting her explore the front garden without supervision. The cottage was decorated, furnished and cleaned to a high standard. The high point is the hot tub which came in very handy to relax in after long walks along the canal. It is close to amenities (by car) and is a good spot to travel easily to the coast or other beauty spots. I would definitely recommend!"
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  5. Emilie

    Verified purchase

    "I'm sure others have mentioned all the wonderful things about this place and believe me the pictures do not do it justice!! So here are my bullet points1. Owner incredibly friendly and welcoming2. Accommodation spotless and very very comfortable3. Lovely little touches like a bottle of wine chilling in the fridge on arrival and Tupperware in the drawers for the picnic you suddenly decide to have4. Kitchen well stocked and some!5. Sofa and chairs comfy - a must in self catering6. Interior design lovely and calming7. Cottage warm and cosy8. Water pressure in showers fabulous9. Gardens lovely, private and a joy to sit in10. Beds comfortableI could go on and on! I cannot recommend this place highly enough - and I never write online reviews which shows how much I loved this place."
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