- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Garden / Patio
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
A beautiful ground floor studio property, attached to the owners' 17th century house, on the edge of Austwick, one of the most popular villages in the Dales.
Thoughtfully restored and individually styled, this Austwick cottage has been elegantly furnished to provide quality accommodation in a wonderful location.
This cottage in Austwick offers superb facilities on one floor with level access.
The open-plan living area has a king-size bed, small modern kitchen and sitting and dining areas.
Add to this a separate shower room and guests have a perfect romantic retreat, somewhere to get away from it all and enjoy a Dales visit at its finest.
This cottage in Austwick is only a minute's walk from the village green and excellent local pub, and just twenty yards from the front door is The Traddock, an award-winning hotel and restaurant.
Ideally situated in this beautiful part of the National Park, this Austwick cottage is in an excellent location for exploring on foot or by bike.
The market towns of Settle and Kirkby Lonsdale are nearby and the impressive Three Peaks and Malham Cove are not far away.
Take a trip on the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway and enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
A fabulous Austwick cottage holiday location.
All ground floor. Open plan studio accommodation with king-size double bed (zip/link, can be 2'6" twins on request), kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Shower room with shower, basin and WC.
- Night storage heaters and one radiator (from owners' central heating system)
- Microwave oven, 2 ring halogen hob, fridge, use of washing machine and tumble dryer available via owners, TV with DVD and Freeview, CD/radio, WiFi, selection of books
- All fuel and power inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Off road parking for two cars
- Secure storage and workshop area for bikes and outdoor equipment
- Small patio with garden furniture, small garden area
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop and pub 1 min walk
- Note: Short breaks available all year round - 3 nights (Fri start only) or 4 nights (Mon start only) at 70% of weekly rate
- Note: WiFi can be intermittent.
- Last minute
- “Perfect accomodation in a superb location”
- “Every bit as good and more than the description. Very friendly and helpful owners who have thought of everything in creating this very attractive and comfortable accommodation. Ideal village location with easy access to explore all the many features of this beautiful locality.”
- “A lovely place to stay.”
- “The Friendly Room was just that. We felt welcome and warm after some wet walks in the hills. A marvellous walking centre for Ingleborough area with fine walks starting from the front door without using a car. The owners are discreet and friendly offering a cream tea welcome and all the local advice you need. The studio room is practical and stylish - the oven is a complete microwave/grill/convection appliance - much better than the advertising suggests! Perfect for a romantic stay.”
- “Excellent accomodation”
- “A relatively new conversion and in an excellent location. The owners very helpful and friendly. We would definitely return again.”
- “comfortable studio close to the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales”
- “helpful hosts made for a pleasant stay. good food avilable opposite in the hotel, and in the pub in the village”
- “One of the best and all on the doorstep”
- “Comfortable, warm, clean, etc. friendly owners and scenic. Fantastic area for walking and cycling and geocaching. We would like to return sometime and we would recommend The Friendly Room to everybody.”
- “Perfect for a couple”
- “We had a lovely long weekend in this perfectly appointed studio accomodation. An ideal location for walking from the door, and in a great village location with everything you could need. Including a fabulous "gastro" pub.”
- “Good Base for Three Peaks Country”
- “The Friendly Room is a studio apartment of above average quality well suited for a couple. The interior is quite modern with plenty of light and room. The location is just off the main road through the village, but as the village is itself off the a65, it remains pretty quiet all the time. Austwick is well situated for walks in Three Peaks country either straight from the cottage, or as a base for other places such as Settle, Horton, Clapham, and Ingleton. There is a pub and general store in the village, and a restaurant across the road. A walk of a mile takes you to a super café/bistro in the hamlet of Feizor. I would recommend this property to a couple who enjoy walking and wish to explore the area.”
- “Bijou accommodation with everything you could wish for”
- “Although it is literally one room, this accommmodation has been extremely well designed. The bespoke kitchen has everything you need in a compact space and the living/bedroom area is very comfortable. The village is unspoilt with a shop, pub and hotel/restaurant and there are lovely walks from the door.”
- “Extremely high standard of property. It seemed that a lot of thought had gone into making the property comfortable for its guests. Helpful, pleasant hosts.”
- “Lovely comfy "Room" with everything you need for a chill-out break. In a convenient location in a lovely village with the 'Game Cock' pub round the corner serving lovely bistro food. Great scenic walks on your doorstep or within easy travelling distance. The owners have taken care to make 'The Friendly Room' a lovely place for a break.”
- “The accommodation was extremely comfortable.”
- “The buzz of the Tour de France presence! The stunning scenery, friendliness of the Yorkshire people, superb location with so many options. Great accommodation with friendly, helpful owner/hosts and great weather.”
- “We liked the cleanliness and sunny atmosphere of the cottage, and the welcoming, friendly owners. They were helpful and accommodating, without being intrusive.”
About the location
Settle 5 miles; Skipton 20 miles.
Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this is arguably one of the finest areas for walking in the region. With limestone pavements and scars, caves and open moors, the area has a wealth of natural interest and there are wonderful cycle tracks and walks on the doorstep. Austwick boasts a local pub serving excellent home cooked meals and a country hotel for something a little more special, as well as a shop and post office for visitors’ daily requirements. This quiet village is nicely off the beaten track, yet the market towns of Settle, Kirkby Lonsdale, Skipton and Kendal are all within easy driving distance.