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Self-Catering Youlgreave

Turret Cottage Pet-Friendly Cottage in Youlgreave, Derbyshire

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Turret Cottage Pet-Friendly Cottage Self-Catering

Holiday home
Turret Cottage is a grade II listed terraced cottage in the village of Youlgreave in the Peak District National Park, just six miles from Bakewell. The cottage has one double bedroom, one family room and a family bathroom, making it suitable for five people. Also in the cottage are a fitted kitchen with a dining area and a sitting room with an open fire. Outside the cottage is off road parking for one car and shared use of an enclosed lawned garden with outdoor furniture. With stunning countryside all around, Turret Cottage is an ideal base for exploring this beautiful part of the country.

Area
Youlgreave is a village in the Peak District National Park with 3 pubs, all serving food, 2 shops and a post office plus a medieval church. The town of Bakewell is nearby and offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants, as well as a market.

Region
The ultimate in “year-round appeal, the Peak District offers countryside, picturesque villages and magnificent scenery. It touches upon six counties and encloses 555 square miles of open moorland, flowing rivers, and wooded dales.

Amenities
Gas central heating with open fire. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for open fire inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available. Off road parking for 1 car, additional roadside parking available. Enclosed shared lawned garden with seating area. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 2 mins walk.

Vacation Rental Amenities

  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Wifi
  • Near Pub
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Self-Catering Reviews

timbW1722DD
February 2020
Our 5th visit to Turret Cottage in the beautiful village of Youlgreave. Amazing to say we stumbled upon it and booked at the last minute 2 years ago - we wouldn't swap this property for any other now! A great base for walking and visiting some lovely places in the local area or slightly further afield. Lots of places to shop and eat in the village! The cottage has recently been updated to a great standard but hasn't lost its quaint appeal. Log fire and all the modern facilities you'd ever need! Dog friendly too. Makes for the perfect break - winter or summer. Home made chocolate cake on arrival courtesy of the cottages brilliant owner - Louise! Can't recommend it enough.
Mrs Shepherd
October 2019
The cottage was tatty.. In need of an upgrade.
Denise T
September 2019
The cottage is ideally located for a holiday in the Peak District being close to Bakewell and easy access to Buxton & Matlock. Lovely village with great amenities such as village shop, cafes and pubs. The cottage itself is clean and tidy, although would benefit from a little TLC, especially in the bathroom area. Lovely little private garden and off road parking. Beds were very comfortable. Host very pleasant to deal with, although we did not meet her in person. Very quickly dealt with a problem we had with central heating system. If a little extra TLC was given to bathroom and a little updating in the lounge it would have scored higher, but we enjoyed our stay there.
RichSue41
July 2019
Booked 3 nights here. Very unloved and smelt of musty damp pets. Did not stay 1 night as we were not comfortable. Tried to reason with owner who said she would clean it again and add air fresheners - needed to be aired! Not worth the money and we spent the next 3 nights staying at hotels which were the same price. Reviews previously about the state of the cottage were correct. 1 star but would award zero, as we walked out. This was a shame as we were looking forward to our stay. Offered to pay the 1 st night and asked for refund but owner told us she would still get her money - says it all!!!
Mrs Shepherd, October 2019
July 2019
Lovely old listed cottage and great to have a nice enclosed garden for our wee dogs The owner is a lovely lady and made us very welcome ..
Mrs Paton, July 2019
July 2019
It is an old cottage with an old cottage style, the beds were very comfortable, there is every thing you need.. Dog friendly and parking in front. The owner lives next door and is very friendly and helpful. Lovely quiet village with a couple of shops and pub's
LisaT4745
May 2019
Our 4th visit to Turret Cottage and another fantastic holiday. Sofa very comfortable for those nights in after a fabulous day out in the Derbyshire countryside. The cottage is just as it should be homely and welcoming. Loved every minute. Here's to the next time xx
Mr Wwilliames
April 2019
A great base for visiting the area.. Beautiful local walks and very handy village shop two doors away.
Mrs Curran
April 2019
Great location with off road parking
Ms Tyler
March 2019
We have used this cottage 5 times now love the cottage,owner and village..
Mrs Jones
December 2018
The cottage was extremely cosy and the owner was very welcoming and helpful, recommending local walks that would suit our family.. The village had several small stores and pubs and there was plenty to do in th area. Carsington reservoir was a lovely walk, with plenty of interesting things around the route to keep the children going!
Jones
November 2018
We went to this cottage sat to Tuesday ,came home after one night, this cottage should not be on your listing needs some serious attention the village it is in is fantastic but cottage needs renovation,could not have stayed for 3 nights..
Mr Ricart
October 2018
Lovely cottage, good location, owner was very helpful and friendly.. We had a great time.
Miss Fayle
October 2018
A full week's stay, absolutely marvellous, our second visit in two years.. Louise (the owner) very welcoming and friendly, left us an amazing cake. Facilities were more than adequate for cooking and relaxing - we were snug and comfortable even on a couple of cold October days. Would definitely book again in a year or two (but have other areas to visit next year!) Youlgrave itself is a delight - staff at both shops and the George were very friendly and helpful.
Carolyn_and_Paul
September 2018
This is a lovely home-from-home in a pretty village. It is set back from the main road with shared access to the garden. The owner was very welcoming and gave us free range of the tomatoes in her greenhouse!The village shop stayed open for us as we arrived just as they were closing. We ate in two of the village pubs which were both very friendly with very good value, tasty food.
56Stevo
September 2018
We stayed here for a week and we were very disappointed with the condition of the cottage. Everything needs refurbishing The furniture is very worn and has hardly any support. The bed is very un comfortable and should be replaced asap The microwave was full of rust and unusable.The carpet's are very threadbare infact of it wasn't for the beautiful location we would score it one star. Louise the owner is lovely, but the property is in desperate need of updating
Dr Carr
September 2018
This is a lovely home-from-home in a pretty village.. The owner was very welcoming and the village shop stayed open for us as we arrived just as they were closing. We ate in two of the village pubs which were both very friendly with very good value, tasty food.
Carolyn_and_Paul
September 2018
We only booked the cottage at the last minute but so pleased we did! A very warm welcome awaits you from the host Louise and the log fire and central heating the cottage provides! The grade two listed cottage is an absolute delight and very centrally based in wonderful Youlgreave, a very well equipped village . Beautiful walks around the village and places like Eyam, Tideswell and Hathersage all within 25 minutes drive. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone thinking of booking. See you in January!
Mr Smith
August 2018
Mr Wimhurst
August 2018
The cottage requires a complete renovation.. The furniture, carpet's, mattress are all very old and worn out. The microwave was full of rust and unusable. The village of Youlgreave is great but after walking all day the cottage was not a nice place to relax. Sykes need to visit and manage it better We feel that a refund is not out of the question and should be offered, if it wasn't for the position of the cottage we would have gone home early. S & C
Mr Mccarthy
July 2018
It is a true hidden gem youlgreave favourite place I have stayed in this country! !!!!
Mr Cartwright
June 2018
We spent an absolutely wonderful two weeks at Turret Cottage.. The weather was exceptional, and the cottage was clean, comfortable, well-equipped and located in a lovely village. The cottage also had an enclosed garden shared with the owner, and which was perfect for our two small Llasa/Yorkie crosses. The owner Louise welcomed us with a homemade (and very tasty) cake which was a nice touch, and was on hand if needed for advice and tips on best places to visit, eat, etc. She couldn't have done more to ensure we had a great holiday in the Peak District. The village itself boasts 3 good pubs, with "The Farmyard" being our favourite for food, although "The George" is also very good value (recommend the Fish and Chips and the Beef Carvery). There is also a shop/Deli three doors up from the cottage, our personal recommendations from there being the Pork Pies, the Dry Cure Bacon and the Coconut 'n' Raspberry slices, all of which are excellent. There's no shortage of places to see and visit, and other than the must-sees of Chatsworth House, Lyme Park ("Pemberley" in TV's "Pride and Prejudice") and the town of Bakewell, we enjoyed Ilam Park (NT property), walks around Alsopefield and Milldale, and the reservoirs in the Upper Derwent (where the Dambusters squadron trained for their mission). It was our first holiday in the Peak District, and we will definitely be returning!
Elaine S
May 2018
Youlgreave is a beautiful village, very friendly people, we do love it here, fantastic walks along the river with our well behaved dog. Bakewell very pretty & lots of places of interest to visit. It is our second stay in this village & will visit again, but very, very disappointed with this cottage, it desperately needs the facilities upgrading, beds, bathroom, sofa etc.!! would also think twice about taking a dog!! Wedding Anniversary & Birthday celebrations cut short as we returned home early!
Mrs Nixon
April 2018
Pictures on your site doesn't show the real lay out.. Garden a tip couldn't sit outside which was a same cos weather was gud. Youlgrave is a lovely place gud place to stay n visit
Clive R
March 2018
Louise the owner was very welcoming .. Gave us a warm welcome and a cake. The cottage is very close to the shop, post office, the george pub, bulls head and our favourite the farmyardpub. Lovely walks nr the stream. Not far to bakewell, matlock and has off street parking which is a bonus
Mr Harris
March 2018
Good location for walking and great pub in the George but remember to book as was very busy.. Local shops very good too and helpful in recommending things to do, we were very lucky to get there as it snowed just as we arrived but added to the fun especially for our dog. Cottage was a little cold and doors could probably need some draft proofing but fire was great. Also had to fix the washing machine as the the filter had been clogged but not the owners fault at least it works now. Good selection of literature in the cottage for the local area walks out from Youlgreave and fantastic scenery in a quiet village.
Mrs xu
November 2017
The owner was a lovely lady who made us feel welcome but wasn’t intrusive- she had a cake baked for us to welcome us to the cottage which was very tasty and such a wonderful touch.. We brought both a baby and a dog and found the cottage was fab for both. Definitely highly recommend Turret Cottage!
Miss Fayle
October 2017
Made very welcome by the owner, who was lovely - provided us with a fantastic (huge! ) homemade apple cake that lasted us half the week! The cottage was cosy and perfect for two friends wanting a nice base for some walking. So nice in fact we've already booked the same week in 2018! The cottage is perfectly placed - just two doors down from a fantastic little tea shop/store stocking home made foods and fresh local produce (the bacon was to die for and we both took home several homemade meat pies from their freezer...) and across the road is another general store/post office, so no need to drive around looking for a supermarket - or even bother taking food up with you! With 3 pubs in walking distance you're spoiled for choice, but we kept going back to the George - friendly staff, amazing fish and chips and a great steak pie... large portions and real ale and real coke on tap - if you don't want to cook, you don't have to! There are walks virtually from the doorway in every direction, with no need to take the car out if you don't want to - Haddon Hall is only a short drive or walk away and well worth a visit. Even in October with strong winds we had a fantastic time. We can't wait to go back!
Mr Jefferis
July 2017
Delightful surroundings, cosy cottage - just the place for family of 4 with 2 dogs!
Mr Jefferis, July 2017
January 2017
Everything as it said it would be, would book again
Mrs Theaker, January 2017
December 2016
Ideal location for getting about.. Everything you need for a wonderful break is in the cottage and the village.
Mrs Oliver, December 2016
October 2016
A lovely character cottage in the beautiful village of Youlegreave with it's own off road parking.. Host welcoming and very helpful. Excellent base for touring Derbyshire. Locals friendly with good dog friendly pubs within walking distance. Would certainly go back next year!
Frank S
June 2015
Having visited this area for the first time We were pleasantly surprised and had a most enlightening week we visited places like The devils cavern The twisted spire and the dam busters film location We also found out how to dress a well and overall had a good time the cottage is lovely but not to everyone's taste we were welcomed with our well behaved dog in most places and would recommend it to others and go again The landlady was lovely and most helpful and we were able to get our food in the village with THE FARMYARD pub coming out on top by a long way
Mrs Darrah
March 2015
A lovely cosy cottage which was well equipped, nice and clean. Had comfy beds and had a lovely friendly welcome from the owner who gave us some knowledge of the village/walks etc. In a great location with three local pubs which were all very friendly and a great butchers, their pies were to die for. What more could you want on holiday.
Lisa T
March 2015
Lovely cottage. Always made welcome. Have stayed twice now and would stay again. Excellent position for walking and close to Bakewell's shopping when required. Would recommend x
Mrs Wynne, October 2016
March 2015
A lovely cosy cottage which was well equipped, nice and clean.. Had comfy beds and had a lovely friendly welcome from the owner who gave us some knowledge of the village/walks etc. In a great location with three local pubs which were all very friendly and a great butchers, their pies were to die for. What more could you want on holiday.
SandP150
February 2015
A really nice cosy cottage log fire . Well equipped . Everything you could possibly need for your stay. Comfy beds very clean so nice we feel right at home . Three pubs to choose from great riverside walks . Secure shared garden for you and your dogs lovely welcome from owners who look after you and give you some local knowledge great big homemade cake on arrival and fresh flowers . Check out the butchers some lovely pastries. We would definitely stay again.
Mrs Darrah, February 2015
February 2015
The owner was very friendly and helpful with all our requests and even brought us extra wood for the fire because the shops were shut on New Years Day.. Any villagers we met during our stay were also friendly and helpful. All three pubs in the village were dog friendly and the food at the George was large portions and good value for money. The local butcher (just three doors away) sold excellent produce at reasonable prices. We would definitely go again!!!
Ms Cunningham
January 2015
The owner was very friendly and helpful with all our requests and even brought us extra wood for the fire because the shops were shut on New Years Day. Any villagers we met during our stay were also friendly and helpful. All three pubs in the village were dog friendly and the food at the George was large portions and good value for money. The local butcher (just three doors away) sold excellent produce at reasonable prices. We would definitely go again!!!
CharlesRigley
January 2015
The homemade cake presented to us by the owner was particularly welcoming and set the tone for the friendly hospitality provided throughout our stay. The fixtures and fittings in Turret Cottage may not have been absolutely pristine but everything worked and overall the property was in a very clean and tidy condition. The cottage proved to be an excellent centre for exploring the highlights of Derbyshire which included walking through the dales around Youlgreave and visiting nearby Chatsworth. We enjoyed our visit!
Mr Cory
October 2014
The beds were very comfortable and the owners are very friendly and helpful. We like the fact of the open fire. The Kitchen was well stocked for cooking your own food. The Lounge is a comfortable relaxing area after a long walk. Youlgrave has plenty of good walks and great scenery around and ideal place for dogs.
Ms Cunningham, December 2014
September 2014
The beds were very comfortable and the owners are very friendly and helpful.. We like the fact of the open fire. The Kitchen was well stocked for cooking your own food. The Lounge is a comfortable relaxing area after a long walk. Youlgrave has plenty of good walks and great scenery around and ideal place for dogs.
Thomas W
August 2014
We found this property a big disappointment and nothing like the quality we have previously experienced with Sykes Cottages. It was all very tired and the carpets grubby and contrary to the listing, no fridge/freezer, just a small fridge with ice box, neither was there the promised patio. The bathroom is in dire need of updating, no towel rail, no toilet roll holder and no facilities for toiletries, unless one counts a ledge where the pipes are boxed in. Although the garden has a pleasant grassed area, it can't be seen from the cottage, the only view being of a builders tip and 20 feet wall at the back and the road through the village at the front. This is not the fault of the owner, but is not what is expected from a "country" cottage. On the plus side, the bedding and crockery were clean. A lovely village, with pubs and small shops, in a picturesque setting but, unfortunately, the accommodation was a let down. Luckily, the weather was good. I'm sure the cottage is fine for those who like walking with their dogs, but not for us.
Mrs Wood
March 2014
A very cosy and comfortable place to stay. Very welcoming and helpful owners. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, would not hesitate to recommend the cottage to others.
Mr Cory, September 2014
March 2014
A very cosy and comfortable place to stay.. Very welcoming and helpful owners. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay, would not hesitate to recommend the cottage to others.
Guest
January 2014
Very tidy and clean property we had an enjoyable stay. The village has plenty of walks for the dogs and wonderful country side. We have enjoyed are stay so much we have rebooked for sept 2014.
Guest
January 2014
Very friendly, helpful owners.. Cottage is in lovely village, extremely conveniently situated for Bakewell, Buxton, Matlock ,Chatsworth etc and surrounded by beautiful countryside. The cottage is warm,extremely well equipped and has the benefit of off road parking-a real bonus in Youlgreave.
Mrs Derek
December 2013
Very friendly, helpful owners. Cottage is in lovely village, extremely conveniently situated for Bakewell, Buxton, Matlock ,Chatsworth etc and surrounded by beautiful countryside. The cottage is warm,extremely well equipped and has the benefit of off road parking-a real bonus in Youlgreave.
Mr Clarke
November 2013
The cottage was very well located, and represented good value for money. The village had a choice of 3 pubs, a shop with post office, and also a butchers and garage which were all within walking distance.
Mrs Derek, November 2013
November 2013
The cottage was very well located, and represented good value for money.. The village had a choice of 3 pubs, a shop with post office, and also a butchers and garage which were all within walking distance.
Mr Cory
October 2013
The location of the property was ideal for exploring the Derbyshire Dales. We had a good holiday and the English weather was good, we only had couple of showers all week!
Mr Clarke, November 2013
October 2013
The location of the property was ideal for exploring the Derbyshire Dales.. We had a good holiday and the English weather was good, we only had couple of showers all week!
Mrs Pearson
September 2013
Cottage is in the perfect place for us to meet up with friends. Very welcoming hostess who was most hospitable.
Mr Cory, October 2013
September 2013
Cottage is in the perfect place for us to meet up with friends.. Very welcoming hostess who was most hospitable.
Mrs Price
August 2013
The cottage was in a very pretty village with good amenities, and the hosts were very nice.
Mrs Pearson, September 2013
August 2013
The cottage was in a very pretty village with good amenities, and the hosts were very nice..
Mrs Chandler
June 2013
We had a wonderful holiday at Turret Cottage. The owners were very warm and welcoming. The cottage was very cosy and well stocked. This was our first visit to the Peak District and we found the village of Youlgreave was ideal for exploring the surrounding countryside. We wished we had discovered the Peak District 20 years ago as the scenery is absolutely stunning - we will certainly be returning soon.
Mrs Price, August 2013
June 2013
We had a wonderful holiday at Turret Cottage.. The owners were very warm and welcoming. The cottage was very cosy and well stocked. This was our first visit to the Peak District and we found the village of Youlgreave was ideal for exploring the surrounding countryside. We wished we had discovered the Peak District 20 years ago as the scenery is absolutely stunning - we will certainly be returning soon.
Mrs Pape
January 2013
Fantastic host. Great location. Our dog was made to feel at home. Excellent food at the Farmyard Inn, dog friendly of course.
Mrs Chandler, June 2013
January 2013
Fantastic host.. Great location. Our dog was made to feel at home. Excellent food at the Farmyard Inn, dog friendly of course.
STU & KIM
December 2012
We enjoyed a weeks stay in this lovely cottage. Its small and cosy but adequate for a family of 4 to enjoy. the location is superb for local walks and withing easy walking of local pubs and the village shop is next door! bakewell is just 10mins away and buxton only 25mins. Alton towers is an easy drive as well. Overall cant fault this cottage, lovely owners made you feel very welcome too.
Mrs Pape, January 2013
December 2012
All of the property was very clean and the owner had thought of everything, even down to a towel to dry off the wet dogs..
Mrs Nudds
November 2012
All of the property was very clean and the owner had thought of everything, even down to a towel to dry off the wet dogs.
Mrs Fletcher
October 2012
We were very comfortable in the cottage and appreciated the dedicated parking space, as the road gets very congested being a small village.
Mrs Nudds, October 2012
October 2012
We were very comfortable in the cottage and appreciated the dedicated parking space, as the road gets very congested being a small village..
Mr Showell
September 2012
The owners of the property were delightful, considerate and very caring. There was a delicious home made cake on arrival. We thoroughly enjoyed our week at the cottage.
Smith
September 2012
Very pet friendly, the owners were very nice, the cottage was lovely and situated in a lovely village.
Mrs Fletcher
September 2012
Lovely cosy cottage, super for walks straight from the house, fab garden which dogs loved. Lovely open fire and quiet pretty village location.
Mr Emberlin
September 2012
Very friendly welcome from the owners with a welcome cake. Brilliant location in beautiful village.
Mrs Fletcher, October 2012
September 2012
The owners of the property were delightful, considerate and very caring.. There was a delicious home made cake on arrival. We thoroughly enjoyed our week at the cottage.
Mr Showell, September 2012
September 2012
Very pet friendly, the owners were very nice, the cottage was lovely and situated in a lovely village..
Mr Smith, September 2012
September 2012
Lovely cosy cottage, super for walks straight from the house, fab garden which dogs loved.. Lovely open fire and quiet pretty village location.
Mrs De Courcy
August 2012
The owner was very friendly and helpful when we arrived, we were welcomed with a lovely home made chocolate cake. A fantastic relaxing holiday, in a lovely cottage.
Mr Thistlewood
August 2012
Turret Cottage is located in the middle of Youlgreave, an attractive village with good amenities. Its position makes it an ideal starting point for walks through the beautiful rolling countryside. The property is a short drive from tourist attractions such as Matlock, Haddon Hall and Chatsworth House. The owners, who live next door, are very friendly and helpful.
Mrs Biggs
August 2012
Is was good that I could take my two dogs as there was plenty of lovely places to walk them on the doorstep. The cottage was cosy and had a nice enclosed garden to sit in weather permitting. The village had three pubs so if wanted to eat out had a choice. .
Mr O'Haogain
August 2012
The friendliness of the host couple. The property and its setting in the village. The area.
Mrs Fletcher, September 2012
August 2012
Very friendly welcome from the owners with a welcome cake.. Brilliant location in beautiful village.
Mr Emberlin, August 2012
August 2012
Turret Cottage is located in the middle of Youlgreave, an attractive village with good amenities.. Its position makes it an ideal starting point for walks through the beautiful rolling countryside. The property is a short drive from tourist attractions such as Matlock, Haddon Hall and Chatsworth House. The owners, who live next door, are very friendly and helpful.
Mr Thistlewood, August 2012
August 2012
The friendliness of the host couple.. The property and its setting in the village. The area.
Dr Buckle
July 2012
A delightful cottage in a delightful setting, with a very valuable parking space off road. Very well appointed, with everything you need to actually live there for the week and not just a place simply to sleep. Useful WiFi. Very family friendly setting, with a lovely garden to use. Very little to fault if anything.
Mrs Rice
July 2012
I loved how comfy the bed was. The cottage was perfectly located for some fantastic walks and scenery less than a minutes walk away. The owners were really helpful, but also knew we wanted to escape, so left us alone. Will definitely return again.
Mr O'Haogain, August 2012
July 2012
A delightful cottage in a delightful setting, with a very valuable parking space off road.. Very well appointed, with everything you need to actually live there for the week and not just a place simply to sleep. Useful WiFi. Very family friendly setting, with a lovely garden to use. Very little to fault if anything.
Dr Buckle, July 2012
June 2012
Is was good that I could take my two dogs as there was plenty of lovely places to walk them on the doorstep.. The cottage was cosy and had a nice enclosed garden to sit in weather permitting. The village had three pubs so if wanted to eat out had a choice. .
Mrs Biggs, June 2012
May 2012
I loved how comfy the bed was.. The cottage was perfectly located for some fantastic walks and scenery less than a minutes walk away. The owners were really helpful, but also knew we wanted to escape, so left us alone. Will definitely return again.
Mrs Rice, May 2012
April 2012
The owner was very friendly and helpful when we arrived, we were welcomed with a lovely home made chocolate cake.. A fantastic relaxing holiday, in a lovely cottage.
Mrs Thompson
January 2012
We had a fantastic time over New Years. The housekeeper was particularly lovely and made sure we had everything we needed for the log fire. Great cottage in a great location. The cottage had everything we needed and was near a really good pub for food.
Mrs Macpherson
January 2012
Cottage was cosy and warm for a winter break with a bonus of optional open fire.
Mrs De Courcy, April 2012
January 2012
Cottage was cosy and warm for a winter break with a bonus of optional open fire..
Mrs Macpherson, January 2012
December 2011
We had a fantastic time over New Years.. The housekeeper was particularly lovely and made sure we had everything we needed for the log fire. Great cottage in a great location. The cottage had everything we needed and was near a really good pub for food.
Ms Buchanan
November 2011
Ideal location for exploring the Dales. The owner gave us a very warm welcome. There are 3 pubs in the village and a Post Office and an excellent butchers.
Mrs Thompson, December 2011
October 2011
Ideal location for exploring the Dales.. The owner gave us a very warm welcome. There are 3 pubs in the village and a Post Office and an excellent butchers.
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