The cottage was cosy and so well equipped, whilst I read about the good welcome packs I was not expecting what was in them! For future reference for anyone going to stay, the human one contained bread, milk (four pints), one mini bottle each of white, rose and red wine, cakes, biscuits, ground coffee and eggs! The tea, coffee and sugar canisters were all filled up too. The canine one contained two bowls, poo bags, towel and a full jar of biscuits! Never stayed anywhere that was so generous! Was a nice warm cottage with wood burner too of which there was coal and wood to use.
Good walks from the cottage which was great so at least Zak had a good one first thing so whatever we did for the rest of the day we knew he was ok should another not be forthcoming, this was only the case on one day. You need to be on the lookout for sheep though, the stone walls made good barriers but every now and then sheep would appear where they hadn't been the day before and you would realise there were no walls or water in between.
Two good pubs minutes away, we ate in both, Maypole and Boars Head which we ate in twice, good food, generous portions.
Plenty to do in the area, Ingleton Falls and Bolton Abbey we particularly enjoyed, Zak has never been so well walked!
All in all a thoroughly enjoyable holiday and Storm Gareth did not interfere too much! Days planned around the weather and we found plenty to do.
Would recommend this cottage and the area.