This first-class, stone-built terraced cottage in the centre of Gargrave, four miles from Skipton, is just a short walk from all the amenities of the village.
This Gargrave cottage is a delightfully cosy property, lovingly renovated while retaining a host of original features including beams, wall cupboards, and beautiful windows with window seats.
The accommodation at this wonderful, romantic Gargrave cottage is full of immense warmth and character.
With its cosy sitting room with woodburning stove set in a superb stone surround, spacious kitchen diner, modern bathroom with large separate shower and delightful bedroom, this cottage in Gargrave seamlessly combines old world charm with modern conveniences.
Outside this quality Gargrave cottage is a spacious cottage garden with a lovely summer house, including a drinks fridge so guests can enjoy sitting out and enjoying a tipple amongst the beautiful surroundings.
The village of Gargrave offers good amenities, including shops, pubs, village greens and river and canalside walks, as well as access to the Settle-Carlisle railway line.
The market towns of Skipton and Malham, with its limestone scenery, are both close by and well worth a visit.
For lovers of the great outdoors, the area offers an abundance of walking trails, as well as the famous Three Peaks for those wishing for something a little more challenging.
With character, charm, and an ideal location, this Gargrave cottage makes a perfect Yorkshire Dales holiday base.
About the location
Skipton 4 miles; Settle 12 miles.
A pretty village on the banks of the River Aire, around 7 miles from Malham, with its spectacular limestone cove and scar. In the village you will find a selection of places to eat including a fantastic Indian restaurant, along with a small selection of pubs, cafes and shops. Traversed by the Leeds-Liverpool Canal, cycle route 68 and the Pennine Way, Gargrave is a fantastic base for exploring this part of Yorkshire. Four miles away is the ancient market town of Skipton — “The Gateway to the Dales” — with its historic castle and celebrated high street. On the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, this is an ideal location for walking, cycling and touring.
Note: No children at this property.