This outstanding former B&B is located in the centre of the popular Yorkshire Dales town of Settle.
Built in 1837, this Victorian Grade II listed building in the Greek revival style is the perfect cottage to experience this magnificent area in a large group.
Although technically Victorian, you will find Georgian styling with large sash windows and Georgian proportions throughout.
Six bedrooms are on offer, with three being luxury king-size double bedrooms with beautiful en-suite facilities, Smart TVs and iPod docks.
Downstairs, two sitting rooms are on offer with a woodburning stove in one and an open fire in the other, perfect for snuggling up in front of on those cold and chilly nights.
The superb, well-equipped kitchen includes a dining area that overlooks the beautiful enclosed garden.
The house is in an enviable location, just a short walk from Settle’s fine pubs and restaurants, while the famous Three Peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-ghent are just short drives away.
The beautiful surrounding landscapes offer an abundance of stunning walks, while the Settle-Carlisle Railway is within a stone’s throw, meandering through the hills and valleys.
With the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District within easy reach, this large holiday cottage in the Dales provides a superb destination at any time of the year.
Over three floors. Six bedrooms (four with TV): 2 x king-size double with folding bed and en-suite freestanding bath, separate shower, basin and WC, 1 x king-size double with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x second floor double with single sofa bed leading to 2 x second floor single. Second floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with breakfast bar (seats 2) and dining area (seats 10). Utility. Sitting room (seats 8) with woodburning stove. Second sitting room (seats 6) with open fire.
About the location
Malham 6 miles; Skipton 17 miles; Kendal 25 miles.
The bustling market town of Settle lies at the south west rim of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, nestled beside the largest outcrop of limestone in Britain - a region of scars, cliffs, caves and potholes - amongst some of the most picturesque scenery in North Yorkshire. Tuesday is market day in Settle, when the square is filled with stalls offering a wide variety of crafts and goods. The market place is surrounded by local businesses, the centre being dominated by The Shambles, an historic three storey building with shops on two levels and houses above, and the Town Hall. There is a good selection of restaurants and pubs and a public swimming pool. The Victoria Hall has entertainment and other activities such as folk nights throughout the year. The famous Settle-Carlisle Railway crosses some of the most beautiful and inspiring upland scenery in the country. Natural attractions such as Malham Cove and Gordale Scar are within easy reach, as are the nearby Dales towns of Skipton and Malham. Settle is in the midst of excellent walking country and is a good base for touring the Dales, the Lake District and the Forest of Bowland.