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Self-Catering Skipton

Rose Cottage in Skipton, North Yorkshire

From: €255 weekly Guests 4 Rooms 2 Bathroom 1

Rose Cottage Self-Catering

Holiday home
Rose Cottage is a mid-terrace cottage in Skipton in the Yorkshire Dales. The cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms which are made up of a double and a twin room. There is also a bathroom, a kitchen with a dining area, and a sitting room with a gas fire. Outside there is roadside parking on nearby streets, on a first come, first served basis and a yard with furniture. A short stroll takes you to the medieval castle, one of the oldest in the country, as well as the lively canal basin. Not to be missed is the fabulous four-day market, which is set out down the entire length of the main high street, along with the many excellent pubs and restaurants of this much-loved town. Rose Cottage is ideally located, just a two minute walk to the town centre where you'll find all the amenities you'll need.

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?

Electric storage and convector heaters with gas fire. Gas oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, CD/radio, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair. Roadside parking on nearby streets on first come, first served basis. Enclosed yard with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops and pub 2 mins walk. Note: Hot water supplied from a gas boiler. Note: Property is on a steep hill. Note: Check-in 2.30pm.

Vacation Rental Amenities

  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Enclosed garden
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Near Pub
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Self-Catering Reviews

August 2020
This was a fabulous place to stay.. Skipton is such a lovely place to stay and the house is in a quiet area of the town. The house was well equipped with everything we needed and much more. It had been fully prepared for our stay with plenty of linen, towels, milk and biscuits, as well as tea bags, plenty of kitchen equipment, books and DVD's. It is difficult to find fault with this accomodation. However I would suggest the addition of a full length mirror in the property, wifi, more comfortable mattresses and ventilation in the bathroom.
Mrs Fox
March 2020
Having set out to totally relax, my daughter and I had a most enjoyable early Spring break.. Even the weather cheered up! The cottage was a warm and comfortable -like a home from home with all the small necessities eg salt, pepper, washing up liquid etc provided. We had lazy mornings, afternoon walks in the woods, by the canal and round the castle and markets. We were spoiled by choice about with places to eat - recommend The Woolly Sheep and The Indian by the canal basin, amongst others. The retro cinema was a delight - we went twice in five days! We will certainly return.
Mrs Fox, March 2020
January 2020
The house was comfortable and quite warm despite a couple of heaters not working.. The kitchen had everything one could need and clean although a little dated. The double bed was very comfy, the shower in the bathroom worked fine but could do with the sealant replacing as it was stained! The house was very convenient for town but on a very steep street, luckily it didn't get icy!
Mrs Evans, January 2020
November 2019
It might be good to mention that this cottage is situated on a very steep street.. The slope is easily 45 degrees and could pose a problem for people with mobility issues. Because the front door opens straight into the living room, it would be good to advise guests to have their skippers at the ready. The carpet is light in colour. The cottage was well equipped and very cozy. The short walk into Skipton was a real bonus. One of the neighbours kindly pointed the shortcut out to us. Rose Cottage is ideally placed for visiting some of the lovely villages such as Grassington, Burnsall, Kettlewell and Starbotton. The Dales Way with its beautiful riverside paths is a must. There is no shortage of good places to eat. We have already booked Rose Cottage again for next year.
Mr Bitel
April 2019
It would have been helpful if the listing made it clear that there was no wifi in the property.. Thesedays, wifi should be standard.
Mrs Bird
October 2018
We have been to Skipton a few times just for the day, so knew we would enjoy being there.. Still found lots to do that we hadn't done before as well as old favourites. The cottage was really handy for town centre. I'm sure we will use it again.
Ms Webb
September 2018
The cottage was very well equipped and comfortable.. Skipton itself was a pleasant surprise and an excellent base for a holiday. The cottage is in a characterful network of streets on a hillside which was amazingly quiet considering how close it is to the town centre. The street itself slopes quite steeply but is wide and very quiet and finding a decent parking space close by was never a problem.
Mr Johnson
August 2018
Very nice cottage close to town no problem with hill turn left at front door left again small hill on return
Mr Munro
July 2018
The cottage was clean and kitchen well equipped however it needs updating, both the kitchen and bathroom are seriously dated and whilst you don’t go to Skipton to sit in the house it needs to be up to modern standards.. The TV is tiny and in the visitors book it has been complained about since 2016 - they’re not exactly expensive especially when compared to how much we paid for a 2 night stay. Also the modern traveller expects WiFi. The cottage is on a very steep hill which I think should be mentioned in the description as I imagine some less mobile visitors would find it a struggle. Skipton itself is a beautiful town and we will be returning but probably not to Rose Cottage.
Miss Skuce
May 2018
Super cottage and good location.. But if you have walking problems it is on a very steep hill. And if you walk down to the town its steep hill all the way up. Train station about 15 mins walk by alley, bus station 10 mins walk. Can get trips out if you go to the big red bus company web site. I did get some internet but very limited. But very clean cottage all the utensals we needed. Thanks for milk to make our 1st cuppers most welcome.
Mr Doleman
April 2018
The cottage was fine however there was no WiFi which made things diffecult when trying to look at local services, train's bus's and check access to the local area nearly all info is now find on the internet.. The TV was far too small and the pans need renewing.
Mr Mccabe
March 2018
The cottage is absolutely spotless..
Mrs Daykin
December 2016
Steep hill which was a bit worrying but ok,central to all amenities
Mrs Danvers
October 2016
Lovely cottage in the heart of skipton.. Well equipped with all you would need. Very clean on arrival. Be aware of steep hill as this took some getting used to for parking and unsure if neighbours like holiday makers. They seemed to spend long periods tapping the wall in the evenings!!
Mr Porter
October 2016
Lovely cosy cottage with close access to Skipton on foot.. Also close to stunning Yorkshire Dales and Harrogate. Skipton is also a lovely town for shopping and exploring.
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