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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. Gemma

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    "We had a horrendous journey up to Bishop Monkton and arrived hours later than we had expected. We were still greeted personally and shown around our cottage. We had five rather loud children with us but they were welcomed very kindly and they enjoyed looking around the stables etc. We spent our days visiting family in Ripon and the cottage was lovely and warm to come back to in the evenings. The only problem we encountered was the noise created by our own children! The walls and floors were extremely thin so we could hear every little noise as well as our children sounding like a herd of elephants upstairs while we were watching TV downstairs. I'm not sure if they annoyed the neighbors but they certainly had us on edge most of the time!Having said that, the cottage was very well equipped for young children inc a built in safety gate at the top of the stairs :-)We would definitely return to stay there again but maybe without all the children next time!"
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  2. LAWSON

    Verified purchase

    "A lovely cottage with character for the two of us. Upstairs, very nicely presented. Stairs need care when using. Kitchen good enough for purpose. Decent size tv but it doesn't get all the Freeview channels we are used to at home. However I had taken a Chromecast and was able to use the internet for programmes. Time to replace the lounge chairs (not expensive if bought from a charity shop) as they have seen better days. Carpet needs a clean, especially as this is a dog-friendly cottage.Bonus that there is now wi-fi as mobile phone signal not present and required a walk down the road. Two pubs but no shop in village. Ripon accessible and also Fountains Abbey, both worth a visit.Will use again if we return to Yorkshire. This was our second stay."
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  3. Christine

    Verified purchase

    "A beautiful cottage situated in a beautiful village , not far from Rippon , Harrogate , York and other beautiful places. The cottage is so comfy and well-equipped with fresh milk in the fridge , tea and coffee tray and a bottle of wine - such thoughtful owners. Lots of beautiful places to visit such as Fountains Abbey and the lovely town of Knaresbourgh.A visit to Mother Shiptons cave was enjoyable , especially the walk through the woodland area to get there.We stayed here last year and again this year and hopefully next year.It is a Goldilocks cottage- everything is just right."
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  4. Lee

    Verified purchase

    "Great little cottage in a lovely village, only downside is there is no village shop now, but as morrisons is just a very short journey away this isn't really much of a problem. The stairs that were mentioned in a lot of reviews posed no problem to me or my husband, it would be great to sit in the back having a cup of tea but as it was raining when we were there we weren't able to try this out but all in all it was a great place to stay for a holiday and there was so much to do in the area you could never be bored"
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  5. Lee

    Verified purchase

    "This is a lovely, homely, well equipped cottage in a lovely quiet village. The cottage is very well maintained. Due to the steepness of the stairs and their configuration this cottage would not be suitable for elderly people or those with small children. The main bedroom opens directly onto the top step rather than the landing. The cottage would suit those wanting to stay for a few days rather than say a week or longer. There is no washing machine and the nearest launderomat is in Ripon several miles away."
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