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Harber Scar

Horton-in-Ribblesdale near Settle, Yorkshire Dales - South (Ref. 4092)



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Reviews & Ratings

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98 Customer Reviews

  • "Very pleased with the property."

    I booked it on the last minute and the price was very competitive. Its in a great location with lovely views from the cottage. The cottage is full of character and spotlessly clean. All the equipment is of a good standard, with a decent kitchen. The lounge has a multi fuel burner which adds to the character. The owner left us some goodies for our arrival, which was very thoughtful and greatly appreciated. I found the owner pleasant, although we had no problems, so contact was minimal. The location is great for touring the area, with Settle only a 10 minute drive. The town has all the necessary shops to get your supplies. There's nothing negative I can say about this property, and would strongly recommend it.

    Thank you for your feedback on your recent stay at Harber Scar. We are pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay and hope to welcome you back in the future. Property Owner

    Reviewed by GlenJan 2022

  • "Perfect"

    Thank you for your feedback. We are pleased to hear your family enjoyed their Christmas at Harber Scar and hope to welcome you back in the future. Property Owner

    Reviewed by VictoriaDec 2021

  • "This is a lovely cottage, really warm and cosy."

    Everything was very clean and tidy. The owner was very helpful and friendly and even makes meals for you if you ask her, they are delicious. The cottage is in a great location if you like walking, and if not the railway station is only five minutes away and there are lots of nice places to visit like Settle. We were lucky enough to have good weather in December but it would be good even in bad weather as it is a great place to hole up and read. We would definitely recommend this cottage.

    Thank you for your feedback and I am pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay and the evening meal I delivered to the cottage for on the Sunday evening for your party. Property Owner

    Reviewed by CatrionaDec 2021

  • "Lovely cottage, perfect spot, everything you need to explore an absolutely beautiful part of the country."

    Thank you.

    Thank you for your feedback, we are pleased to hear you found it a good base to explore the surrounding area. Property Owner

    Reviewed by GarrySep 2021

  • "Harber Scar is a lively little cottage in a gorgeous location."

    It is equipped with everything you will need for a week's stay. All interactions with the owner were very pleasant. We would definitely stay here again.

    Reviewed by AlisonJul 2021

  • "Harber Scar is a fantastic cottage in a superb location."

    The host made us feel very welcome with a plate of of delicious homemade flapjack. The visitors book includes helpful information and walking routes, which were great. One of the things our teenage kids wanted was good WiFi, this cottage has that, which helped them to relax too.

    Reviewed by NathanJul 2021

  • "A very cosy well appointed cottage in a most stunning area."

    The welcome gifts provided were an added bonus and most appreciated. Our stay was very comfortable and given the amazing weather we were able to enjoy the great walking opportunities close by and further away - Pen y Ghent was one of the highlights - and then come back to relax in the lovely garden by the river. The garden was ideal for our dog who enjoyed lazing in it too! We would highly recommend this cottage to anyone thinking of visiting the area.

    Reviewed by LisaJul 2021

  • "Gorgeous cottage in the centre of a bustling Dales village."

    Lots of lovely walks straight from the doorstep. Parking a little tricky as none allocated to cottage, so with 2 very small children was a little awkward at times. But landlord allowed us to park in car park behind pub when there was none available. Just a slight point to note for people with children and dogs, the garden gate in the back garden has no latch or fixings, so swings freely straight onto the road/bridge although it looks closed! Otherwise a really lovely, well kitted out cottage.

    Reviewed by HarrietJun 2021

  • "My son made his own way there and on arrival we were met by the landlord of the Crown stating we were only allowed one car parking space."

    My son had to park a good way away but the space next to ours was not used until late monday. The landlord was very short with another walker only asking if the pub was open. We therefore didn't give him any of our custom. Otherwise we had a great week.

    Reviewed by GaryMay 2021

  • "Fabulous cottage in the heart of the Dales."

    The cottage has so much character and was perfect for our family of four with two children. It was a lovely surprise when we arrived and there was a bottle of prosecco, freshly made biscuits and the fire was lit! The cottage was immaculate, beds very comfy and all of the amenities were exactly what we needed for the week. The location of the cottage is fantastic for exploring the area and there were some days we didn't even use the car as there are so many walks to enjoy from the cottage. Lovely little garden with a stream at the bottom too. I would definitely recommend Harber Scar if you are looking for a traditional cottage in the heart of the Dales.

    Reviewed by JaneOct 2020

  • "Because of the pandemic we had to change our dates."

    This was made easy for us to do. Cottage was really lovely and exceeded our expectations.

    Reviewed by JeanneSep 2020

  • "Lovely cottage in a beautiful location."

    Cottage was warm and welcoming with flapjack, milk, tea, coffee and Prosecco ready and waiting for us

    Reviewed by RebeccaAug 2020

  • "This is a lovely cosy cottage, ideal for walkers, very dog friendly."

    After a day out it's great to relax in the lovely lounge with the wood burning stove. The garden is great with a babbling brook right at the bottom, it would be lovely to sit out on a warm evening. We will be back.

    Reviewed by AntonyMar 2020

  • "Cottage was lovely, clean and as expected from the pictures."

    Little extras were appreciated (homemade flap jack and Prosecco) pub 14 steps from the front door and landlord was happy for us to take our beers back to the cottage if we wanted to. Very handy for the 3 peaks

    Reviewed by MatthewMar 2020

  • "Fantastic cottage ."

    Well equipped . Great stay .

    Reviewed by ClaireFeb 2020

  • "Great cottage defo going back loved it"

    Reviewed by TraceyDec 2019

  • "The cottage was very clean, warm and well equipped with everything you can image and more."

    We would highly recommend to all of our friends and family. There are lots of places to visit within a short travel.

    Reviewed by PhilipOct 2019

  • "Lovely cottage in a beautiful location, perfect for walking in the dales."

    Reviewed by LynnOct 2019

  • "We had a fantastic break staying at Harber Scar, we had everything we needed and it was the perfect base for the activities we had planned."

    I especially liked the reading chair by the window, it made for an amazing spot to relax after hiking. Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by ClarissaOct 2019

  • "We loved Harber Scar, a beautiful, well equpped cottage, set amongst stunning scenery and located within easy travelling distance to lots of tourist attractions."

    Thank you we would definitely stay there again.

    Reviewed by JulieSep 2019

  • "Lovely cozy cottage."

    We all enjoyed our stay. We used the cottage as a base for exploring the Dales. Plenty to do, see, climb and explore!

    Reviewed by MandyAug 2019

  • "Great location for exploring the local area, lovely cottage!"

    Reviewed by DanielleAug 2019

  • "Warm welcome on arrival with flapjacks and dog biscuits The cottage was lovely and so well equipped."

    Location was excellent for walking and waterfalls. The Crown pub opposite served great food. Looking forward to visiting again soon.

    Reviewed by TraceyJul 2019

  • "We were pleased with the cottage."

    It is comfortable, conveniently located and well equipped. Our only criticism is that the cottage is a little dark, but there is nothing that can be done, it is just the way it was built. We would be happy to return if we were staying in the area again. (Perhaps the landlord of the Crown could be changed)

    Reviewed by PaulineJun 2019

  • "Lovely cottage."

    Credit to the owners. Very comfortable despite the weather. We will definitely be returning

    Reviewed by MichaelMay 2019

  • "Its the fith time I have been to Harber Scar."

    I just love this cottage and the area it is in. It has everything you need and it was spotless when we arrived. My friends had not been before and loved it as much as I did. Nothing is too much trouble if you contact the owner. Would recomend it and we will be back again !!! Just love it and it feels like "Home"

    Reviewed by AngelaMay 2019

  • "Excellent location, warm and inviting, everything provided that you might need for a weekend break or longer."

    The lovely small touches such as milk, tea, coffee, hot chocolate etc provided, along with the very welcome and mouthwatering flapjack. We took our dog so the towel and bowl awaiting him was again a nice touch. Definitely would recommend to friends and return again, thank you Helen.

    Reviewed by StephenApr 2019

  • "The cottage was very clean and spacious."

    The owner left delicious homemade flapjack for our arrival which was nice. The cottage was in a great location with parking available. A lovely secure garden if you have your dog with you. We were really pleased with the cottage and would return again.

    Reviewed by CharlotteMar 2019

  • "The cottage was lovely - very comfortable, well-equipped, and cosy."

    The owner called soon after our arrival to check everything was OK and whether we needed anything (and to make sure that the fire was still lit, after her setting it going at lunchtime!). The setting was very quiet, despite being opposite the pub, and the whole weekend was very relaxing.

    Reviewed by ClaireMar 2019

  • "A very nice cosy cottage with everything you need ."

    A lovely personal touch is the the homemade cakes & milk . All in all a beautiful experience .

    Reviewed by AnthonyFeb 2019

  • "A fabulous cottage in an ideal location for exploring the area."

    very comfortable and well equipped.

    Reviewed by JulieFeb 2019

  • "Cottage was just right and was like being at home."

    Lots of small extras that made a difference such as cakes and milk, dog towel, coal etc. Made things so much easier than other places we have stayed. The fire was already let when we arrived. Very welcoming. Didn’t need time to sort things out and settle in we just walked in the door, made a drink and sat in front of the fire.

    Reviewed by DarrylDec 2018

  • "This was our fourth time at Harber Scar Horton in Riblesdale, Yorkshire Dales."

    The cottage as all ways was clean, warm and welcoming with the lovley touch of a bottle of milk and five flap jacks for the humans plus a towel with two dog biscuits for a treat for our two dogs and to clean their muddy paws. We love this cottage and the area and it has never let us down. We will be visiting again next May, it is well worth visiting and I am sure you will go many times as we do

    Reviewed by AngelaOct 2018

  • "A stunning property in a stunning location, it might be worth mentioning that ..."

    A stunning property in a stunning location, it might be worth mentioning that the cottage backs onto a pub car park which can get a little noisy at the weekend, also there is a lot of the local quarry’s lorries pass through the village other than that, a really wonderful break

    Reviewed by KarenAug 2018

  • "The location was excellent."

    We were able to use the cottage as our base and drove out to the neighbouring towns/villages. Beautiful cottage and beautiful surroundings. The cottage had all the facilities that one would expect. It was clean and the beds were comfortable. We were welcomed with fruit cakes on the table. There was milk in the fridge . It was really thoughtful of the landlady to make sure we had milk for our tea when we arrived. Will definitely recommend Harber Scar to friends and relatives.

    Reviewed by PearlAug 2018

  • "The tea coffee and milk plus cake that was there on arrival was a lovely touch."

    Reviewed by SamanthaAug 2018

  • "I had to make adjustments to our booking and the staff were prompt and very helpful."

    Reviewed by MichaelAug 2018

  • "The cottage was a lovely place to come back to after a day of sightseeing, comfortable, clean, and very well equipped."

    the personal touch of a pint of milk so we could have a cup of tea on arrival to go with the homemade flapjacks that were left for us was a very thoughtful touch and much appreciated. will definitely come back

    Reviewed by RachelAug 2018

  • "Such a lovely welcoming cottage ideal location for the 3 Yorkshire peaks."

    The crown pub just a few steps away but very quiet so no noise. Beds where extremely comfortable which enabled us all to sleep well.

    Reviewed by HelenMay 2018

  • "Perfect spot for our Yorkshire 3 peaks trip."

    Very comfortable with everything you need provided. Opposite the pub. Tricky to get a space in the car park sometimes but it was a busy bank holiday weekend. Lovely cottage, we hope to return one day.

    Reviewed by ElisabethMay 2018

  • "This is the third time at the cottage as we love everything about it."

    Easy to book and a lovley home from home. Everything you could need and a great location. We will be back again!! There have been siome small changes to the cottage since we last went which have improved the living room and made more use of the space. We just love it !!

    Reviewed by AngelaNov 2017

  • "Lovely cottage."

    Had everything we needed. Clean cosy and relaxing

    Reviewed by VickyOct 2017

  • "This is the second time we have stayed at this cottage and we are already making plans to return next year."

    Reviewed by MichaelJul 2017

  • "Harber Scar is like the Tardis, appears small on the outside but has a large interior."

    Very comfortable especially the Beds. Every facility except for oven gloves. Beautiful location with a nice pub on the doorstep. What more can you ask for.

    Reviewed by BertJul 2017

  • "Great cottage and great location."

    Reviewed by SallyJun 2017

  • "The location was beautiful and the cottage of an excellent standard."

    The welcome was lovely the cottage was warm and inviting excellent

    Reviewed by AntonyFeb 2017

  • "Loved the cottage just nothing going local shops ."

    But had a wonderful relaxed stay

    Reviewed by MichelleDec 2016

  • "This was our second stay at Harber Scar and we loved it as much as we did the first time."

    great location, everything we needed and very warm and cosey. Lovely , clean and welcoming with a fire all ready made. The cookies and pint of milk was great. Last time we had muffins and everything was tasty and such a thoughtful touch. We had extra family with us this time who also loved it and they are thinking of booking it sometime for them selves. We will definatley be back, it felt like coming home!! We loved it.

    Reviewed by AngelaNov 2016

  • "Lovely cosy cottage with everything you need for a home from home."

    Great location for walking & visiting the lovely Dales towns. The Crown Hotel, opposite Harber Scar, doesn't allow dogs in the bar which rules it out of evening meals (leaving dogs in cottage alone not permitted) but the Golden Lion, 5 minutes walk down the road, welcomed them (beware of Saturday evenings though- bar will be packed with walkers & their kit until @8pm!!). I think the only downside were the huge quarry lorries that thunder past the cottage from @5.45am but they were noisiest in the two front(?) bedrooms.

    Reviewed by JaneSep 2016

  • "Fantastic base for exploring the Three Peaks."

    Cottage was clean and welcoming with a lovely log fire for the wetter and colder evenings. Surrounding scenery was beautiful and plenty to do for anyone that loves the outdoors. The kids loved playing in the stream although getting to it was tricky with the speed some cars came round the corners and over the bridges.

    Reviewed by TeresaAug 2016

  • "Beautiful cottage in a brilliant location; perfect for a walking holiday."

    Reviewed by PhilipJul 2016

  • "Beautiful little cottage!"

    We would definitely stay here again.

    Reviewed by HayleyJul 2016

  • "Harber Scar was a home from home and very well equipped."

    The cottage was also very dog friendly which was most important to me.

    Reviewed by SueJul 2016

  • "This was a wonderfully comfortable cottage - warm, with a lovely garden and incredibly close to the local pub."

    We were using the cottage as our base to walk the Yorkshire 3 Peaks and it couldn't have been in a better location. Lovely that they allowed dogs too.

    Reviewed by AnneMay 2016

  • "A homely cottage with a lovely atmosphere and walks available from the front door."

    We felt at home from the minute we walked through the door. After hard days walking, the pub 19.5 steps away was very welcoming, and then into a very comfortable bed for a great nights sleep. Highly recommended.

    Reviewed by MarkMar 2016

  • "A fantastic location and a perfect set up in the cottage for me and my family with all modern conveniences in a character cottage."

    The garden was lovely and it was a great situation to explore the area. We will book again!

    Reviewed by LouiseMay 2015

  • "It was a lovely cottage, very comfortable, warm, homely and in a gorgeous setting."

    The kitchen was very well equipped and the whole cottage was very clean. The location of the cottage is fantastic, the stream that runs around the boundary of the garden was beautiful and the Dales are utterly beautiful. Would definitely book Harber Scar again. The homemade muffins were divine and the bottle of milk in the fridge was very much appreciated on our arrival! A lovely stay.

    Reviewed by SianMar 2015

  • "The cottage was cosy - loved the wood stove and that everything in the cottage was dog friendly."

    Reviewed by LawrenceMar 2015

  • "Very homely traditional cottage with a wood burner in lounge, making it warm and cosy in the snow."

    Plenty of logs and coal were supplied for our long weekend stay. The enclosed garden was great for our grandson and dog to play. Conveniently located next to the village pub and for exploring the surrounding countryside.

    Reviewed by DavidJan 2015

  • "We loved the location of the cottage."

    It was scrupulously clean, well furnished and well equipped. We arrived to thick snow, and as the roads were excellently gritted we had no problem arriving and it made the countryside stunning - the spent the first day in and around the village just taking in the beauty of the area under a blanket of snow.

    Reviewed by NeilDec 2014

  • "Harber Scar is an excellent base for touring the dales."

    It was cosy and warm, the addition of a wood burning stove added to the character of the cottage. The standard of cleanliness was good and the kitchen really well equipped.

    Reviewed by LesleyNov 2014

  • "Cottage was warm, comfortable and cosy, while having plenty of space at the same time."

    Everything you needed was provided. The area was very peaceful and had a nice relaxing atmosphere, wish we could have stayed for much longer.

    Reviewed by AnnetteNov 2014

  • "The cottage was lovely, a very comfortable home from home."

    Weather was brilliant which helps when walking every day. We will certainly be staying at Harber Scar in the future.

    Reviewed by JanetJun 2014

  • "Lovely cosy cottage."

    Loved the log burning stove in lounge - very welcoming after a long walk in the rain on the fells. Local pub is a couple of steps from the front door and serves good, reasonably priced meals.

    Reviewed by KarenJun 2014

  • "The cottage is a very welcoming place to stay, with a lovely garden to sit in and admire the views over the hills."

    Everything you need is here for a comfortable relaxing stay. The situation is perfect for walking, caving, cycling, and for general sightseeing in this part of Yorkshire.

    Reviewed by BrianMay 2014

  • "A beautiful cottage in a very picturesque part of the Yorkshire Dales."

    Lots of walks easily accessed.Everyone in the village was very friendly and helpful. Will definitely be going back in the near future.

    Reviewed by SharonMay 2014

  • "Great location for the 3 peaks and The Crown pub which sells great food."

    Reviewed by RebeccaMay 2014

  • "Harber Scar cottage was well furnished & homely."

    Location is very good next to The Crown Hotel. The log burner was made for cosy evenings & we were impressed with the amount of kitchen equipment.

    Reviewed by LisaApr 2014

  • "It was homely, comfy, lovely and warm; log burner was brill', as was secure front garden for our dog."

    Want to move in!

    Reviewed by TraceyFeb 2014

  • "Great cottage, by far the best sofas and chairs we have had when renting a self catering property which was very welcome."

    Also appreciated was the provision of proper cooking utilities and utensils. This is something that is rarely provided and was appreciated greatly! The log fire was great!

    Reviewed by VictoriaDec 2013

  • "Excellent location and a pretty cottage."

    Nice touch with the milk and muffins left for us. Log burner was lovely and made it homely. So much to do in the area. Cottage was clean and homely and surprisingly roomy.

    Reviewed by IanOct 2013

  • "I would have no hesitation in coming back here for another holiday."

    Reviewed by HayleySep 2013

  • "The accommodation was excellent, sited close to wonderful walking ways."

    Reviewed by Ernst UdoAug 2013

  • "An ideal property for visiting the Yorkshire Dales."

    It was a very comfortable cottage with everything we needed for a lovely holiday.

    Reviewed by PeterFeb 2013

  • "The cottage was warm and comfortable."

    The owner was very accommodating and left milk, tea, coffee and gorgeous biscuits. Also a lovely fire in the woodburner when we arrived. Perfect in cold January. In an excellent position with good walking from the door. A good bus and train service. The pub was 1 minute walk away. Excellent garden.

    Reviewed by JoanneJan 2013

  • "It was a wonderful peaceful Christmas."

    The cottage was lovely and the owners were very nice too. We would definatly recommend this cottage to others.

    Reviewed by MargaretDec 2012

  • "New and lovely."

    A great place to stay, very welcoming on arrival. Gold Lion pub down the road - excellent and welcome a dog! Great.

    Reviewed by KarenAug 2012

  • "Really liked the cottage."

    Great location, close to the pub. Nice garden for dogs.

    Reviewed by RichardAug 2012

  • "This is a lovely traditional stone cottage, in a superb location."

    It was homely, well presented, and great for relaxation and as a base for a multitude of outdoor activities. I can thoroughly recommend this cottage and area to everyone who enjoys the outdoors. Ideal for families too.

    Reviewed by BrianJul 2012

  • "The cottage was a 'home from home."

    ' The area was beautiful, and there were lots to see and do for our tastes.

    Reviewed by ChrisJul 2012

  • "We love to take our dogs away with us - finding somewhere that's home from home isn't easy but we were lucky!"

    One week in May - perfect weather - the cottage has to be the nicest we have stayed in, so much so the day after we came home we re-booked for November and May next year! Comfortable and clean and the garden was ideal for our dogs. A good pub across the road, what more could you ask for - we could find no negatives at all.

    Reviewed by BeverleyMay 2012

  • "Wonderful cottage that is the ideal base for walking or touring the area."

    Cakes and milk a most welcome find. Pub across the road serves good beer and food.

    Reviewed by PhilMay 2012

  • "Cottage was very cosy and well equipped - a true home from home."

    The Crown, just 12 steps from the back door, serves excellent food and is very welcoming.

    Mrs RogersMay 2012

  • "Good standard and location of the cottage."

    Great area for walking. The Crown pub 1min away, has great staff, and great food. Local people made us feel welcome.

    Reviewed by TonyApr 2012

  • "As we have stayed at the property before we knew exactly what we were getting."

    It's location at the foot of Pen-y-gent is fantastic as its it's closeness to the Crown! Small but perfectly functional accommodation which we hope to use again.

    Reviewed by KenMar 2012

  • "Apart from the weather, which was superb all week in March, the cottage was tailor-made for us."

    It's situation and especially the garden, meant we were in no hurry to rush off to see the sights. Lots of lovely walks - gentle strolls for old dears like us and more demanding ones for the next generation while we babysat. We took advantage of the train line just along the road, visiting Appleby, and shopped in Settle a couple of miles in the other direction. The Wensleydale Creamery is also unmissable. Lunch there highly recommended.

    Reviewed by PatMar 2012

  • "A very relaxing walking holiday."

    Reviewed by PeterMar 2012

  • "Lovely cosy cottage with welcoming mince pies and dog treats."

    Very clean and tidy. Great location. Very good value for money.

    Reviewed by AmyDec 2011

  • "Good, snug, simple accommodation in fantastic location."

    Local facilities great. Small local shop in walking distance, Booth's in Settle has everything you could want and more. Plenty of walking with Pen-y-Ghent on the doorstep and things to see. Cottage has an open fire which proved great fun. There are 2 pubs in walking distance.

    Reviewed by MikeNov 2011

  • "Everything was fabulous!"

    We will recommend to all and sundry!

    Reviewed by RosNov 2011

  • "Homely cottage with great walks from the door step."

    Not too far to walk to the pub.

    Reviewed by LisaSep 2011

  • "The warm and welcoming cottage, plus the owners extra touches, made it great."

    The cottage was spotlessly clean, and the garden was lovely.

    Reviewed by AngelaSep 2011

  • "The location and the cosiness of the cottage was fabulous and the log burning fire and fireplace were just wonderful, especially on some of the very cold evenings."

    The shower was nice and the hot water was constant. The bedrooms had plenty of storage space and the beds were lovely and comfy. It was lovely and welcoming after a day out walking.

    Reviewed by MichelleAug 2011

  • "Totally enjoyed the holiday."

    The cottage was lovely and comfortable and the owner was both helpful and nice. I have recommended the cottage to friends. It was everything the site claimed it to be.

    Reviewed by RobertJul 2011

  • "Very clean and a very well equipped kitchen."

    Granddaughter loved the garden and we had several meals out there.

    Reviewed by RosalindJul 2011

  • "Beautifully equipped cottage with some welcoming little extras."

    Location could not be better with walks all around and the pub literally opposite. In fact this was our second stay and my family are already talking about 'when' we go back!

    Reviewed by JulieJun 2011

  • "Harber Scar - a delightful cottage in beautiful surroundings, so much to do and see."

    An ideal base for touring the dales and afar. A walkers paradise and the local people are very friendly. What more could you want.

    Reviewed by AndrewFeb 2011

  • "What a lovely cottage in great walking countryside."

    The cottage was very well stocked and the owners left some lovely touches to make it even more homely. It was so cosy, we did not want to come home!

    Reviewed by DonnaFeb 2011

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The property

A delightful, 300-year old, stone-built terraced cottage, in the very heart of the pretty Dales village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale, home of the famous Three Peaks, 6 miles from Settle.

A delightful Three Peaks cottage, set across the road from one of the village's two traditional pubs, the cottage retains much original character, with wonderful beamed ceilings, a feature stone fireplace with warming multi fuel stove, and three cosy bedrooms, creating a very special atmosphere which exudes olde worlde charm.

Outside this Three Peaks cottage, the spacious lawned garden is ideal for dining alfresco, and boasts a babbling brook and lovely views of the surrounding countryside.

The famous Settle-Carlisle Railway line, which passes over the magnificent Ribblehead Viaduct, is just a 5 minute walk from this Three Peaks cottage, whilst the market towns of Settle and Skipton are nearby.

Various walks can be enjoyed from the doorstep on the Pennine Way and in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, while the more energetic visitor can 'clock in' at the village's Pen-y-Ghent cafe and take on the challenge of the Three Peaks walk!

A wonderful Three Peaks cottage for a holiday in the Dales.


  • Three bedrooms: 1 x king sized double, 1 x twin, 1 x single
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Kitchen with dining area
  • Sitting room with multi fuel stove
  • Hallway with outdoor clothes/boot space
  • Storage panel heaters with multi fuel stove in sitting room
  • Electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with FreeSat, DVD, radio/CD, WiFi, selection of books and DVDs
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for multi fuel stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Cot and highchair on request
  • Off road parking for one car (in pub car park)
  • Spacious shared enclosed garden with furniture and BBQ
  • Two well-behaved pets welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Shop 6 miles, pub 1 min walk.

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About the location


Settle 6 miles; Ingleton 10 miles.

This beautiful Ribblesdale village sits within the National Park and provides home to lots of pretty traditional Dales buildings, a lovely Norman church and two pubs. The surrounding countryside is magnificent, offering the ideal location for fell walking, with the famous Three Peaks Walk, Pen-Y-Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough offering some of the most challenging walks in the country. The famous Settle-Carlisle Railway passes through the village and passes some of the most beautiful and inspiring upland scenery in the country. The Ribblehead viaduct, completed in 1870 is a magnificent structure and the sight of a steam train passing across the top is one not to be missed. The nearby market town of Settle offers a wide variety of pubs and restaurants whilst the market square is a real delight featuring the Shambles, an historic 3-storey building with shops on two levels and houses above, and the Town Hall. The Victoria Hall is a cinema at weekends (Fri & Sat) and offers other activities such as folk nights throughout the year. Natural attractions such as Malham Cove and Gordale Scar are within easy reach, as are the nearby Dales towns of Skipton and Malham and the delightful villages of Ingleton and Hawes.

Region Information

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas
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