Buckden Cottages

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    Lottie's Loft: Bright and airy studio apartment in the heart of Grassington, a stone's throw from the village square. Romantic retreat, superb base for walking/touring. Skipton 9 miles. (Ref. 2832)

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    7 nights from £282

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    Southey Cottage: A lovely terraced cottage situated in the heart of Grassington village. Character features, woodburner. Many places of interest nearby. Skipton 9 miles. (Ref. 24448)

    7 nights from £394

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    Monks Cottage: A wonderful stone-built, Grade II listed cottage in village of Threshfield, in Yorkshire Dales National Park. Romantic retreat, en-suite king-size double bedroom. Woodburning stove. Walks from door. Grassington 1 mile. Skipton 7 miles. (Ref. 21352)

    7 nights from £409

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    Monkholme Cottage: A romantic retreat in Threshfield, near Grassington. Fabulous views of the Dales. (Ref. 906293)

    7 nights from £298

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    Riverside: Delightful apartment within a stone-built end-terrace cottage in centre of Grassington. All ground floor with summer room overlooking garden. Woodburning stove. Skipton 9 miles. (Ref. 19135)

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    7 nights from £354

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    1 Bridge End: Delightful end-terrace property situated close to banks of River Wharfe, 4 mins walk from centre of Grassington, offering 5 bedrooms and views of river and dales from sitting room. Skipton 9 miles. (Ref. 1902)

    7 nights from £674

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    Poppy Cottage: Stone built barn conversion in the centre of the pretty Dales village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale, home of the Three Peaks. Lovely views, open fire. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 5457)

    7 nights from £351

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    Weasels Cottage: Set just outside Stainforth in the tiny hamlet of Studfold near Horton-in-Ribblesdale, a delightful cottage, king-size double bed with separate dressing room, woodburner, lovely countryside views, off road parking, pet-friendly. Settle 5 miles. (Ref. 935400)

    7 nights from £305

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    Town Head Farm: Superb Malham cottage, a Grade II listed farmhouse just moments from Malham Cove and all Malham amenities. Quality character accommodation in unrivalled Dales location. Settle 6 miles. (Ref. 4291)

    7 nights from £525

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    Dales Cottage: End-terrace, three-storey cottage on the outskirts of Threshfield, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Woodburner, AGA, king-size bedroom with en-suite. Great for walking. Tranquil setting near Linton Falls. Pub 10 mins walk. Grassington 1 mile. (Ref. 953321)

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Just Show Me Buckden Cottages


Dust off those boots and head for Upper Wharfedale, a region of unspoilt countryside offering wonderful walks in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Stay in a Buckden cottage and savour the village's tranquil atmosphere and welcomingly slower pace of life.

Walking in and around your Buckden cottage…

Surrounded by dramatic scenery, explore the soaring fells and remote moors, tracing the steps of the 'Calendar Girls' and that famous country vet. Find cascading waterfalls, flower-filled meadows and dense ash woods. Much of the land around and about is owned by the National Trust, enhancing its special appeal. Climb to the top of Buckden Pike for amazing 360-degree views. Another popular route is the circular walk from Buckden to Cray. Long-distance walkers can test their stamina on the Dales Way or the shorter, but equally challenging Dales Traverse. Alternatively, opt for a gentle riverside walk to Starbotton or Hubberholme - home to J.B. Priestley's grave.

Back in Buckden mix with locals - though essentially peaceful, the village has a thriving local community and there's a lengthy list of annual events. Enjoy refreshments in the pub, a meal in the restaurant and find all your essentials in the village stores. Discover more about the region's past at the National Trust's exhibition in a village barn. Or while away an hour in the riverside gallery, where you'll also find a National Park Information Point. And don't miss a visit to the local farm shop - the best place to purchase meat and more for a meal to remember in your Buckden holiday cottage!