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Self-Catering Langthwaite

Arklehurst Pet-Friendly Cottage in Langthwaite, North Yorkshire

From: €282 weekly Guests 4 Rooms 2 Bathroom 1

Arklehurst Pet-Friendly Cottage Self-Catering

Holiday home
Arklehurst is a terraced cottage in the rural village of Langthwaite in Arkengarthdale, 3 miles from Reeth in Swaledale. The cottage has a double and a twin room, and a shower room with shower, basin and WC. Downstairs is a fitted kitchen with dining area, and also an ornamental cooking range. The sitting room has a character beamed ceiling and a coal burning stove. Parking can always be found somewhere in this charming small village. The pub is a couple of minutes' walk away, and with the beautiful countryside of the Dales on your doorstep, Arklehurst makes a wonderful Yorkshire base.

Area
Langthwaite is a small village in the beautiful Arkengarthdale countryside. Langthwaite has a pub, and more amenities are on offer in the nearby towns of Richmond and Barnard Castle. The Swaledale village of Reeth is 3 miles away.

Region
Famous for its choirs, stunning mountain ranges and beautiful valleys, this wonderful country has something for everyone. From Snowdonia in North Wales to the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast in the South.

Amenities
Electric storage heaters with coal burning stove in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, 'Lazy Susan' clothes dryer, TV with Sky, DVD, WiFi, landline telephone with honesty box. All fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen inc. in rent. Roadside parking nearby. Bike storage in nearby shed. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 3 miles, pub 2 mins walk.

Vacation Rental Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Sky TV
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Self-Catering Reviews

Mrs Barrett
October 2020
We have stayed in langthwaite before but this was the first time in Arklehurst .... We have stayed in langthwaite before but this was the first time in Arklehurst and it was more than expected it was cosy and warm and so welcoming and homely we will definitely be booking this cottage again next year
Miss Thorpe
September 2020
Perfect as always
Mr Tresise
February 2019
Difficulty parking, had messages on windscreen a couple of mornings, beautiful walks for the dogs.. Travelled through some beautiful villages and market towns.
Mr Clark
December 2018
The cottage was exceptional and we were greeted with a Christmas bundle of goodies which was very welcome and totally unexpected.. It was a great holiday, many thanks for a great Christmas.
Mr Wilson
November 2018
This is our 5th time at this lovely cottage.. We feel at home the moment we walk in.It is clean,warm and very comfortable.As usual we walked every day only using the car for one hike.We are looking forward to visit No.6. mick ,jane and ruby the spaniel.
Mr Nightingale
October 2018
Everything was a comfortable and of good quality.. Very good holiday. Nice walks and a beautiful area.
Miss Williamson
August 2018
Needs a new matters on double bed as it sinks down in the middle and not very .... Needs a new matters on double bed as it sinks down in the middle and not very compy also stairs a bit narrow and slippery
Mr Fox
June 2018
Great location, lovely walks straight from the door..
Mrs Willis
May 2018
I am just home from enjoying a great week staying in Arklehurst and I am missing it already.. The cottage is warm and comfortable and equipped with everything you could need. The walks from the door are fantastic, my dogs were in seventh heaven as was I. I am really missing the peace and quiet, no noise but the bleating of sheep and the sound of rushing water. The only thing I missed was having some outside space to sit in the sun at the end of the day but that is clear from the details so is not a criticism. It's a pity the Red Lion doesn't allow dogs in but the CB Inn just up the road does and they were very friendly and welcoming . The food was good too! All in all I am very happy with my stay and will very likely book Arklehurst again. Thank you for sharing this very special corner of Yorkshire with me.
Mr Lucas
May 2018
Parking for the cottage is nightmare if you go out for the day and don't get back before 5-30pm you have nowhere to park.. I parked on the roadside nowhere near any houses agood 5 minute walk from the cottage. When I went the next morning I found a rude note on my windscreen telling me not to park there as it was private property although it was a public highway with no restriction signs at all.
Mrs Walker
April 2018
Peaceful and quiet village apart from the distant sound of lambs and sheep and a hooting owl in the evening.. The cottage itself is cosy with traditional furnishing and what you would expect to get in a Dales home. Perfect for dog owners as there are walks from the door and pubs in neighbouring Reeth are dog friendly. Would recommend and hope to return.
Mr Burnett
March 2018
I think it should be fare to note that although cottage was dog friendly the pub certainly was not, not the fault of the cottage but it could impact on the holiday experience as the village is remote.. Thankfully the next pub along isn't too far away, although a reasonable walk. A few problems were resolved by the owners very quickly. I found it necessary to use my own frying pan, knives and tin opener, as the ones provided were not up to the job. Overall we had a good stay
Mr Wilson
November 2017
Walks from the door into beautiful countryside,parked the car on the saturday and only had to use it once to get some bread.. the cottage is clean and cosy ,an ideal place to relax and unwind,we will certainly be back. mick,jane and ruby the spaniel
Mrs Greensill
October 2017
Comfy dog friendly cottage in beautiful location.. Great walks nearby, lovely drives with picturesque villages and towns.
Miss Hunt
October 2017
An amazing location and cute, snug cottage
Mr Addy
September 2017
Lovely cottage, location superb,very quite,lovely area for walks .. Will definantly book again in the near future.
Mr Taylor
July 2017
The cottage was great, clean and very well equipped, parking was difficult at times as all places in the village were taken..
Mrs Forster
July 2017
Lovely location.. interior of cottage looked better on arrival than in the photos.
Mrs Messider
June 2017
Great holiday, would be even better with a dog..
Mrs Fletcher
August 2016
Wonderfully idyllic setting. Perfect for relaxation and walking. Local pub and hotel are very welcoming. The cottage provides all that's needed for a lovely week away.
Mrs Fletcher
April 2016
This was our third stay at Arklehurst so we knew exactly what to expect. It's perfect for us. We love the cottage, it's warm and cosy with effective heating and lovely coal burning stove for chillier evenings. There are walks straight from the door. It is a beautiful local area with very friendly locals, including in the pub and the hotel/bar within walking distance.
Hannah F
January 2016
We love Arklehurst. This was our second visit and we will definitely be returning again. The cottage is well equipped with everything a self-catering cottage requires. Arklehurst was warm and cosy on our arrival. The coal burning stove made the living room even more cosy and the coal shed was well stocked with coal and kindling. The stone floor in the kitchen was easy to mop when coming in muddy or wet from our walks. There are beautiful walks in Arkengarthdale right from the door. The beds are very comfortable too with lovely luxurious duvets to snuggle up in. The local pub is lovely; very traditional and welcoming-it's only around the corner from Arklehurst. A short walk away is the CB in which serves lovely food and is also worth a visit. I would highly recommend this property!
Mr Hughes
November 2015
Great location in Arkengarthdale. Red Lion pub is one minute away and has a lovely atmosphere.
Dr Cooper
August 2015
A lovely homely cottage in a great location for us.
Mrs Fletcher
May 2015
Arklehurst was lovely. We love Langthwaite and this was a wonderful place to stay. Everything in the cottage was perfectly suited to our needs. The coal house was well stocked and it was lovely to curl up in front of the fire, although it's May, it's still chilly in the evening! The bed was comfortable and the bedrooms were nice and spacious. We thoroughly enjoyed walks straight from the door too - just what we'd been looking forward to (and the dog enjoyed it too). We'll definitely stay again and would recommend to others.
Ms Gibbs
April 2015
We liked everything about it and would happily go again. It is spacious, warm, comfortable, characterful and in a glorious location.
Mr Tuxford
April 2015
The quarry tiled kitchen floor was easy to mop clean as it was needed as a reception area for taking off muddy boots, and holding the dogs before showering them, as we do when we are at home. The weather was very cold, the heating was adequate, but the best part being the Morso cast stove, plenty of kindling, and a well stocked coal house. Nights in by a glowing fire being a highlight. The old range, and historic artifacts hung on the ceiling beams further enhanced the authentic feel.
Mr Rawlinson
January 2015
Lovely traditional Dales cottage in the tiny hamlet of Langthwaite. Beautiful and dramatic scenery surround the cottage. The bedding was of a high quality and the beds very comfortable.
Mrs Leece
October 2014
The moment we opened the door we felt 'at home', it was warm, welcoming and very clean. There are walks to do straight from the cottage. It was a particularly comfortable place to relax.
Mr Mrs Turner
September 2014
The cottage exceeded our expectations. We were extremely pleased with it and if we decide to go to that part of Yorkshire again we would definitely book this cottage. We had such an enjoyable stay, the welcome pack was very useful and informative, as were the previous visitors comments.
Mrs Aston
August 2014
This was a much needed getaway, and a perfect location in every way. Stunning countryside and within reach of many places to visit. We would definitely return.
Guest
August 2014
Very cosy cottage very well equipted. Lovely walks nearby. Langthwaite is a very pretty little village with small friendly pub. Parking just a little bit away from the cottage. Only drawback is it has no garden to sit out in.
Miss Knight
July 2014
Cottage very traditional - weather was brilliant and an excellent location for all our family to be together
Ms Bird
July 2014
The location was superb and lovely and quiet. The cottage was just as we imagined it to be.
Mr Walker
June 2014
We do a lot of walking that is why we like this type of holiday. There were walks from the cottage, also the weather was sunny and warm. The cottage was clean and cosy, also the village was nice.
Mr Gott
May 2014
Thoroughly enjoyed the holiday and the cottage was warm and comfortable.
Mr Hall
April 2014
Beautiful location, perfect for a family holiday - the rest of our party were staying in Reeth, and loved coming to start a day's walking in Langthwaite - and end with a pint in the Red Lion!
Mr Moore
September 2013
Excellent location and beautiful village. Highly recommended.
Mrs Wright
July 2013
Location was excellent, very peaceful and relaxing
Mr Rogers
February 2013
Arklehurst is a lovely, well maintained cottage with a great deal of charm. It is in the perfect spot for exploring. We had a superb holiday.
Mr Plant
October 2012
Perfect for touring the Yorkshire Dales.
Mrs Smith
September 2012
A warm welcoming cottage in a good location. Walks from the doorstep.
Mr Brown
March 2012
Beautiful location and an absolutely lovely cottage. Very appreciative of being able to take our two dogs.
Mrs Everitt
October 2011
The quietness of the Dales is always a joy. The open fire in the cottage made for cosy evenings. The cottage was spacious and well equipped.
Joan & Bob
August 2011
The cottage we had asked for allowed dogs but we were told this wasn't available. We were therefore surprised on arriving, with our dog, to see a sign in the window "no dogs allowed." Before we left we vacuumed downstairs thoroughly and even washed the kitchen floor to ensure no dog footmarks were left there. We were surprised to note that we needed to provide our own toilet paper as there was a part-used roll in place only. There were leaflets in the cottage about Cathole Cottages, who we presumed were the owners, although no mention of Sykes cottages.
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