A traditional, semi-detached, stone-built cottage, situated in the centre of Dent, home to the Dent Brewery.
In a stunning location, this Dent cottage offers warm and comfortable accommodation and affords a welcoming, open plan living area, bathroom, double bedroom overlooking the winding streets and a room with bunk beds, allowing for flexible sleeping arrangements.
Set in beautiful countryside this is an ideal retreat to get away from it all, enjoy the village and its thriving community and benefit from the wonderful access to both the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks.
Beautiful walks are on the doorstep of this Dentdale cottage, whilst just across the cobbles is a traditional village pub, and further along the road is a hotel serving good food and award-winning ales from the famous and renowned Dent Brewery.
This lovely Dent cottage is just a few miles from Sedbergh, and the famous Three Peaks of Pen-y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough.
Centrally located to tour both the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District with well-known locations such as Ingleton, Settle, Hawes, Kirkby Lonsdale and Sedbergh all within easy reach, this Dentdale cottage is in an ideal location for a restful break away.
About the location
Sedbergh 4 miles; Kendal 15 miles.
Dent is a small village in the dale of Dentdale, and makes a wonderful place for touring both the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District. It hasa village green together with cobbled streets and a pretty 12th century church. It also has its own brewery producing Aviator Ale, Ramsbottom and Golden Fleece beers â€“ of course these are available in the village pubs to enjoy. The village offers a variety of shops and places to eat and the market town of Sedbergh is only a short drive away. Dent also has a main line station on the Carlisle to Settle railway and crosses giant viaducts at Arten Gill and Dent head before disappearing into the Blea Moor tunnel to Ribblehead viaduct. This is excellent walking country with the "Dales Way" running close by and Whernside, one of the famous "Three Peaks", to the south.