Self-Catering Yorkshire Dales National Park

The Coach House Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire

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From: €402 weekly Guests 6 Rooms 3 Bathroom 1

Key Features

  • Enclosed Garden
  • Garden
  • Parking

Holiday Rental Description

Holiday home
The Coach House is a detached cottage on the outskirts of the Yorkshire Dales village of Giggleswick near to Settle. The cottage has one double bedroom, two twins and a family bathroom, making it suitable for six people. The cottage also contains a fitted kitchen leading to a dining room and a sitting room with an open fire. Outside the cottage is off road parking for three cars and a garden with outdoor furniture. Close to Three Peaks Country and the Settle to Carlisle railway, The Coach House is a lovely cottage in a wonderful location.

Accomodation Details
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 2 x twin. Bathroom with walk in shower, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen leading to dining room. Utility. Sitting room with open fire.

Giggleswick is across the river from the bustling market town of Settle and has a few shops and pubs, whilst the wide ranging amenities of Settle are within walking distance.

From heather-clad moors and limestone scars, to market towns and the steady pace of country life - the sublime Dales await you! Where else in Britain is it as satisfying to sit and do nothing as it is to explore the numerous pursuits on offer?

Oil central heating with open fire in sitting room. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer, Wi-Fi, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent, fuel for open fire provided on an honesty box basis. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Cot and highchair available on request. Off road parking for 3 cars. Spacious garden with patio and furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops 1 mile. Pub 5 mins walk.

Holiday Rental Amenities

  • Cooker
  • Baby Cot
  • Enclosed garden
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Key Features
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Garden
  • Parking

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Self-Catering Reviews

January 2021
I stayed here with my family as a pre-Christmas break and we had a great time. The instructions for arriving were really easy to follow. A bottle of wine welcomed us in the fridge and there was a Christmas tree which was a very nice unexpected touch. There was also complimentary tea, coffee washing up liquid, toilet rolls and supplies to make up the real fire, which we used every day even though the cottage was snug already. Bedding, towels, tea towels were also supplied taking that hassle out of the equation. The cottage was very clean and tidy and warm. There is no Wifi so we were prepared with films downloaded to view. 4G was available on the 3 network which was surprising as the cottage is in the countryside. There is a wide selection of board games in the sideboard, a few of which we played. The master and second bedrooms are very spacious. The third bedroom has around a foot between the beds but contains a wardrobe at the end of the beds. The driveway is narrow and the 7 point turn required to reverse up the side of the cottage is 'interesting' but I managed it in a Vauxhall Vectra which is not a small car. On arriving I did nearly reverse too far into a flower bed made out of an old stone trough, but thankfully stopped 2 inches short. There is a local coal supplier in Settle for you to replenish the coal, (1 purple bag house coal would last 4+ fires of 5 hours), and kindling (they sell this in large sacks so do not buy more than 1). We didn't walk to Settle as it was December, but it would probably take about 30 minutes and would be a pleasant walk. It would be nice to visit in the summer as there is a secluded raised patio behind the cottage with fantastic views. We frequented the Talbot Inn for Sunday lunch which was very tasty. We also tried the Royal Spice Indian and China China takeaways. The menu's can be found in the sideboard in the cottage. There is also a pizza place but we didn't try it. Booths is the local superstore but there is also an Aldi and McDonalds at the southern exit of Skipton about 30 minutes away. Skipton is a nice shopping center and there is also a quaint cinema there. You can drop off teenage kids for the day whilst visiting Bolton Abbey which is just up the road. Malham cove is also only 7 miles away which has to be visited, (best not on a weekend as parking is madness), and Ingleton Falls are around 10 miles away in the other direction, but they were closed for repairs so we visited Ingleborough instead to see the limestone pavements. We only had to contact Sue once during our stay and that was because the single use vacuum bag was full, (my kids had never seen a vacuum bag before which made me feel old), and Sue was very apologetic, replacing it as soon as she could the same day. All in all we had a great time at the cottage and would definitely consider staying there again and recommend it to friends and family.
Mr Hawkins
July 2020
Other than a couple of minor issues which were resolved immediately, the cottage, surrounding land and scenery was wonderful.. The peace and quiet was lovely, just sitting out on the raised patio watching and listening to the wildlife and enjoying a cold drink while cooking on the bbq. The owner had provided a lovely welcome package which was gratefully received and started our holiday off nicely. Overall the cottage served our needs very well, the location is great, giving easy access to every sort of activity you could want from walking, climbing, cycling, national gardens and all sorts of heritage houses. Close by is the town of Settle which can supply your shopping needs, otherwise a broader range of goods can be sort out in Skipton about 30 minutes drive away. I would recommend this cottage to anyone who wants to get away from it all and chill out.
Mr Hawkins, July 2020
December 2019
It was booked very last minute (the evening before) so was great to have the lovely ladies in the office helping to contact the hosts to confirm the booking, so when we set off from London we knew the booking was secured.. The cottage was fabulous, we had fires every night & there was a Christmas tree!
Miss Chater, December 2019
June 2019
It was wonderful! It 'only' met expectations because the Sykes info is so accurate and I expect the cottages to be just as described. And they are. We have never been even a tiny bit disappointed.
Mrs Jeffery
April 2019
The wine, tea, coffee and biscuits were most gratefully received! The cottage was lovely, cosy and comfortable but perhaps the shower could be upgraded.
Ms Yeaman
March 2019
Parking near the cottage was a bit perilous for a big car and did not know where the alternative parking was available until a day later.. Cottage very warm.
Mrs Taylor
February 2019
A quirky cottage, with very good sound proofing, all the facilities you could need, in a great location.. Very warm for us. Lots of little extras that make big differences.
January 2019
Stayed for a week of RnR with friends over new year. The cottage is lovely and in a beautiful spot. Advertised as sleeping 6 l would recommend that 2 of the party be youngsters as the small bedroom had very little space for adults and the beds only 2' 6" wide. The kitchen is well appointed but small for preparation of meals by more than one cook! The open fire was lovely and after walks in the area it was great to come back to. The pub/restaurant at the bottom of the lane is also excellent with a great atmosphere and range of food and booze.
Mrs Knight
October 2018
Lovely well equipped cottage, kitchen is small but doesn’t lack much other than maybe a dishwasher.. Lovely quiet location with good access to the main road. Welcome pack was a lovely surprise. The extra parking is useful as drive is quite tricky for larger cars
October 2018
Had a long weekend here as a party of 6. Cottage is lovely and the welcome pack is an added bonus. Drive could be a bit tricky but there is additional parking a short walk away. Cottage was warm, clean and comfortable in a great location for exploring. Lots of local leaflets in the cottage to help with ideas. Lovely and quiet even with the main road only being a field away.
Prof Dale, June 2019
October 2018
Such a fabulous cottage for all of our family.. location, character and facilities are all top notch. we would 100% rebook this cottage
Mr Green
September 2018
The cottage was as described and perfect for what we needed.. Great location too, on the edge of the Dales and next to a very good pub.
Mr Williams
July 2018
A lovely cottage and very comfortable Sue the owner was lovely and the welcome pack was great.. Could not find any faults.
Mrs Rogers
June 2018
Very well equipped.. Great location for settle and into the dales. Quite location. Friendly helpful owners
Mrs White
April 2018
Great weather and the lambs were a joy
Mrs Amos
February 2018
Lovely cottage with lovely owner who with her family worked hard to ensure we had a good holiday despite atrocious weather conditions.. The cottage remained snug and warm.
Mrs Evans
October 2017
The cottage was extremely comfortable.. Although we did not meet Sue, the owner, she made us very welcome with extra little touches such as fresh flowers and delicious biscuits.
Mr Waring
April 2017
Brilliant cottage with beautiful walks/bike rides in the area.. Would highly recommend
August 2016
Lovely cottage in a great location.. Parking next to the cottage was a bit tight, but plenty of other parking near by. The cottage was lovely very clean, to many nick nacks around the house most of them could be put away.Also there seemed to be to much furniture on the house. It was very comfortable, we really enjoyed our stay.
Mr Lally
May 2016
The cottage was beautifully furnished and suitably equipped, it made the weekend. A perfect base to explore the Yorkshire Dales and catch up with old friends. I could not recommend the place enough!
Mr Clarke
March 2016
The Coach House was absolutely lovely - with very traditional decor and clean, very well appointed and comfortable. Beautiful views over the countryside, but quite close to the main road for easy access.
Prof Popplewell
January 2016
The Coach House is a lovely cottage, ideal for our short stay to visit with family, but would have been just as good for a longer holiday in the area.
Mrs Page
April 2015
The cleanliness of the cottage could not be faulted, so well equipped. The little welcome touches were really thoughtful.
March 2014
We were looking for a quiet and secluded cottage for a weekend away and that's exactly what we found. The cottage was perfect for our needs with everything we needed. Ok, the kitchen's a bit on the small side and would be interesting if there were 6 of you staying, but it's clean, modern and there's more than enough equipment provided. Access to the car parking area is a little "interesting" the first time you drive in, but after you've done it once and seen the whole picture, it's fine - just trust the instructions from the landlady!! We'll be back.
September 2013
the coachouse at gigglewick was what we expected. great unit spacious, well appointed, set in a lovely country setting. would recommend it to any family who wish to enjoy a relaxing holiday
September 2013
Description of property by Sykes seems somewhat liberal with the truth. Access to property is by a narrow lane, very tight to negotiate, parking not too good at the cottage, in particular for larger cars. Double glazing seals have broken down in the lounge, dining room and double bedroom windows, also the back door, obscuring views from cottage. Extremely small kitchen, not my idea of a farmhouse style kitchen that is claimed.
Mr Nichols
August 2013
This was an ideal cottage and location.
Mrs Sturgeon
August 2013
Great location for our holiday, the cottage was great to return to following a day out exploring the area. The owner of the cottage was very friendly and helpful.
August 2013
The cottage had everything we needed, plenty of towels, all kitchen equipment supplied and the utility/drying room was excellent. The location was ideal for walking and a peaceful holiday but was not close to amenities in Settle which you needed the car for such as groceries. Best - was privacy, no one to bother you but we did not see the owners at all to thank them for the use of the cottage or even to introduce ourselves, but the beds were marvellous, very comfy. Least - was the sofa and chairs which were very low and difficult to get out of and no support. Parking by the cottage not the best access quite difficult.
Mr Nichols
July 2013
The Coach house was quite simply a sensational place to base ourselves whilst we were in North Yorkshire, I would highly recommend the property to anyone looking for a holiday let.
Mrs Standeven
July 2013
An ideal base for walking, plenty of footpaths and for travelling by car to the rest of the Dales.
Mr Martin
March 2013
Very good service from start to finish.
Mr Wilding
September 2012
A lovely quiet area as a base for exploring the area. Ingleton Falls had amazing scenery, Skipton Market is good and Kendall is a lovely town. Sheep at the kitchen window. Bliss!
Ms Gee
January 2012
It was a lovely cottage.
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