A picture perfect, listed cottage with lots of original and quirky features located at the foot of Pen y Ghent right in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The ideal place to rest after walking or exploring. 5 minutes walk from the train station for those wanting to enjoy the Settle to Carlisle route. The cottage benefits from a wood burner, an Aga, washing machine, power shower, exposed beams, private riverside garden and very close proximity (2 mins walk) to 2 good pubs!
“We had a wonderful stay here. The cottage is really beautifully decorated and feels welcoming and homely. The beds are so comfortable and the cottage was spotlessly clean. Suzanne could not have been more helpful. The location of the cottage is perfect for The Three Peaks Walk and you are literally a stone’s throw from the pub. Would highly recommend and we will definitely return!”
NOT AVAILABLE APRIL AND MAY
“Fantastic cottage in a perfect location, we only stayed for 1 night and didn't want to leave. The cottage was cosy and homely, made even more so by the log burner. The cottage also had everything you could need. Jez's was fantastic with all the questions we had and very quick to respond, even the little touch of making sure the heating was on for when we arrived made it feel very welcoming.”
White Rose is a spacious two bedroom detached cottage dating from the early 1700s. Features include; spacious lounge with wood burner, large kitchen-diner, garden, driveway parking. Combining traditional character, stylish decoration and modern amenities this picturesque detached cottage is the perfect base for walking the Three Peaks and exploring the Yorkshire Dales. It also benefits from Wi-Fi, smart tv and high quality linen, mattresses, and towels. Boots and wellies welcome!
“We had a lovely stay here with our two kids. The hosts were great: a light was out, they fixed it the next day; we left an item behind, they kindly posted it out to us. It was clean, well equipped and lots to keep us entertained inside if the weather was bad (which thankfully it wasn’t). We made equally good use of the board games and local walks guide. We went to Malham Cove and up to the Wensleydale Creamery at Hawes, both of which I would recommend. Beautiful part of the world, lovely little cottage. What’s not to like?”