- Off road parking
- Pub/shop < 1 mile
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
An outstanding, stone-built cottage, situated on the edge of the Ribblesdale village of Giggleswick, just one mile from the market town of Settle. Ideal for couples and small families, this Giggleswick cottage has been fully renovated by the current owners and provides a delightful holiday home in a wonderful location. Styled and furnished to a high standard, this Giggleswick cottage combines much of the old character and charm with modern fittings, including a luxurious underfloor heating system and WiFi availability. This cottage in Giggleswick boasts character and charm with a spacious farmhouse-style kitchen with a lounge area, a warm and cosy sitting room, two bedrooms and a stylish bathroom. Set in a unique location, this cottage in Giggleswick is set close to the local pubs and just a ten minute walk into Settle's old market place with its many vibrant shops, pubs and restaurants on offer. The Settle-Carlisle Railway line is close by and is renowned for being one of the most scenic railway routes in Britain. With the whole of the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District and Trough of Bowland, which are ideal to explore by car, on a bike or on foot within easy reach, this Giggleswick cottage is a lovely holiday home all year round.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x family room with 1 double and 1 single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Farmhouse kitchen with dining area, comfy sitting area and gas fire. Utility room with basin and WC. Sitting room.
Gas underfloor heating on the ground floor, radiators on the first floor and gas fire in kitchen. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher, 2 x TVs with BT Vision and Sport, DVD, CD/radio, iPod dock, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car, additional roadside parking. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shops 10 mins walk. Two pubs within 5 mins walk. Note: This cottage is not suitable for infants.
Note: This cottage is not suitable for infants.
- “Well appointed and near heated indoor pool”
- “We enjoyed a five day stay visiting the Lakes district , Hawes market ( Tuesday ) in the Dales and Leeds by train ( all just one hour away ) . Walked through the beautiful market town of Settle and found a lovely heated indoor swimming pool who had a full program of well priced water aerobics classes -- highly recommend . Owners are lovely people who are not only very proud of their cottage but also of their town and North Yorkshire generally -- will return one day and will be recommending to our Australian friends -- we found a gem !!”
- “Home from Home”
- “As soon as we walked in the door and entered the farmhouse kitchen we felt straight at home in this lovely Dales cottage. Perfect for either one or two.couples who can cope with the split level lay out. Admitted there is no garden but who needs one when there are such lovely walks and places to visit nearby. We had no problem with the shower, there was no chipped crockery and a nice set of pans if needed. Surprisingly quiet too, even though not far from the road into Settle Anna who lives round the corner and there to help if needed has thought of everything, including herbs, oil,salt,vinegar, tea, coffee, sugar, hot chcolate, milk etc.....more than any other cottage we have stayed in. Wish we could wrap it up and take back home to the village where we come from.”
- “Great cottage!”
- “Belle hill cottage is a lovely cottage set within walking distance of settle. The cottage is clean,realy well maintained and vary comfortable. The owners Anna & Richard are vary welcoming and have great local knowledge of the area. We will no doubt return again in the near future.”
- “Luxury cottage in the middle of a lovely Yorkshire village”
- “This cottage had everything we wanted as well as a few surprises to make this a memorable stay. Set in the heart of one of the most beautiful areas in the country, Belle Hill is perfectly sited to explore the local hills and dales. After a long walk, the under-floor heating and hot showers were just what the doctor ordered. The pub two doors down was another winner, very welcoming staff and good beer from local breweries. The owners, Anna & Richard, were very friendly and their recommendations of the best walks and pubs in the area were spot on every time. We'll definitely be coming back.”
- “The cottage is wonderful; spacious, warm and beautifully equipped. The location is perfect, with shops and pubs within walking distance, but also good countryside right on the doorstep. The owner is friendly and helpful. We have stayed in many Yorkshire cottages over the years and this is the best yet.”
- “An attractive property which was well maintained and within easy walking distance of Settle. The area around where we were based has excellent scope for walks and sightseeing.”
- “The cottage was only a short walk to Settle and local amenities were even closer. All the rooms were comfortable and spacious and there was enough kitchen equipment to cook a banquet!”
- “The cottage was quirky and beautifully presented, it had everything we needed and more for a spring break. A great location for visiting the Dales with plenty of walks in the surrounding area. A cottage which we would definitely revisit.”
- “The owner of the cottage was lovely and very welcoming. The cottage is such a lovely place to stay and the scenery is breathtaking. This was our second stay and I am sure there will be many more visits.”
- “Easy to walk to facilities and shops.”
- “A Spacious cottage, excellently equipped and a lovely welcome. Well situated for exploring the area without too much need to use our car and a good selection of eating options nearby.”
- “The cottage was lovely.”
About the location
Settle 1 mile; Malham 6 miles; Skipton 16 miles.
This delightful Ribblesdale village lies below a limestone scar (part of the Craven fault) and just across the river from the bustling market town of Settle. It’s an incredibly pretty place with sturdy houses and cottages, many dating back to the 17th century as the ‘date stones’ over their doorways will confirm. Today the village is still centred around the beautiful St Alkelda’s church, which dates back to the 12th century and the well-known landmark of the domed chapel at the famous Giggleswick School, which dominates the village skyline. Giggleswick itself has two pubs, whilst the wide ranging amenities of the nearby market town of Settle are within easy walking distance. Further afield is the town of Ingleton with its splendid waterfall walk and of course (for the serious walker) the Three Peaks are nearby.