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88 Regent Street

(Ref. 935618)

Waddington, Yorkshire Dales - South Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 3 Guests

  • 2 Bedrooms

  • 1 Bathroom

  • Pets Yes


  • Open fire
  • Garden / Patio
  • Pub/shop < 1 mile
  • Washing machine
  • Broadband / WiFi

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31 Customer Reviews

  • "Loved the cottage, the location, and the lovely neighbours who shared good advice on where to go & what to do."

    Cooking & bathroom facilities were spot on. Only used the master bedroom, but the single room looked nice. TV & WiFi easy to use & worked well. Parking was no problem: there was always a space in the parking area opposite Regent Street, regardless of the time of day. Blazing sunshine when we were there, so Freddie the Doodle had a ball walking & swimming along the River Ribble, around the Quarry and splashing in the stream in the village. We took the opportunity to try out the three local pubs - all very good, but Lower Buck had best prices, beer & atmosphere for us.

    Reviewed by Christopher5.0Sep 2023

  • "Felt like it was dirty and uncleaned."

    Cutlery wasn't the cleanest, lot of unnecessary stuff in the cupboards leaving it feeling cluttered. Not the easiest of places to get to

    Reviewed by Terry2.2Jan 2023

  • "Lovely old beamed cottage."

    Very quirky, had a lovely couple days. Wood burner makes it that bit extra special. Set in the very heart of Waddington, a beautiful small village with a superb old traditional pub "Lower buck" which I absolutely recommend a must go! The cottage was quite and had all we needed. There are some areas that could do with a little tidying up and repainted. But that does not take away the lovely charm of this old period cottage. Would definitely book this again in the future.

    Reviewed by Reece4.1Dec 2022

  • "Loved my stay at this pretty little cottage."

    It’s old but the owners have sympathetically modernised it. Excellent double bedroom and single bedroom in the attic. Good sized bathroom with an excellent shower. Good sized living room with log burning fire. We furnished also. The kitchen dining room is in an extension/ conservatory. Again we’ll equipped with everything you would need. Location is quiet in a car free street. Local parking is available and I never had any trouble finding a space. Three excellent pubs within a few minutes walk and Clitheroe a ten minute drive . Local walks in abundance and the opportunity to go further afield if you need.

    Reviewed by Philip5.0Dec 2022

  • "The cottage is fine and we enjoyed our stay but a front door with peeling paint doesn't make a good first impression, nor do big flakes of paint hanging off the bathroom ceiling and the yard is full of weeds."

    So comfortable and clean, but slightly tatty. Having said that, we'd stay again, although avoid booking via Sykes who lost the original payment, said they hadn't received it, made me pay again and get into a big palaver with the bank – and then refunded the original payment…

    Reviewed by Anne Louise4.4Aug 2022

  • "Cottage was very clean and comfortable, well equipped."

    Problem with boiler when we arrived swiftly rectified by owner sending someone to fix within the hour, after which we were nice and warm. Only issue is parking, but always found somewhere nearby. Had enjoyable stay, plenty of good walking in the area, which is still little visited , unspoilt and peaceful (so long as you enjoy bog trotting!)

    Reviewed by Jane5.0Mar 2022

  • "Lovely situated cottage in the heart of one of the Ribble Valleys most picturesque villages."

    Slight downsize is the parking but once you have worked this out, its no problem whatsoever. Ideal for walkers..... dog friendly... three excellent local pubs with a variety of styles and food and a post office only a few yards away. Overall an excellent stay.

    Reviewed by Stuart4.7Jan 2022

  • "The property is situated in the picture-perfect village of Waddington and is ideally located for visiting the Forest of Bowland and the Ribble Valley."

    The lovely Yorkshire towns of Skipton and Settle are very accessible. Close-by, the town of Clitheroe offers a good range of independent shops and four supermarkets. This was our second visit which is a good indication that we like the property

    Reviewed by John Anthony5.0Oct 2021

  • "This was a small cottage, bit dark and in need of redecoration in parts."

    It was in a perfect location for our needs. Walked into Clitheroe a couple of times. 3 local pubs, we ate in the Lower Buck and the Waddinton Arms and recommended them both. The post office only opens for a couple of hours a day and does not have milk or bread. We parked at the back of the Higher Buck.

    Reviewed by Linda3.8Sep 2021

  • "A cosy little cottage that had everything we needed."

    It is an ideal base for local walks, popular tourist attractions, and 3 lovely pubs on the doorstep. Would visit again

    Reviewed by Dawn4.7Jun 2021

  • "The cottage is in a lovely village and the residents and staff at the local pubs were very welcoming."

    There is a lot to see in the area and further afield to the coast,we are already planning a return holiday later in the year.

    Reviewed by Jacqueline4.4May 2021

  • "Cottage comfortable ."

    Kitchen needs a washing up bowl as sink very hard, some wine glasses had been cracked. We bought a bowl to use. Apart from that very good. Parking not really a problem but carrying luggage a bit difficult when you are getting old.

    Reviewed by Philip4.4Aug 2020

  • "The property was fab."

    Really comfortable and tastefully decorated. It was in the perfect location down a cute little street but in the heart of a village with one pub immediately to the left and one to the right. It was also only approx. a 7 minute drive to the centre of Clitheroe, and 45 mins to Ingleton Waterfalls Trail which is well worth a venture out. Neighbours were all so friendly. The owners were kind enough to leave milk in the fridge and little touches such as biscuits and sweets on the side in the kitchen. Towels were of such good quality and the beds really comfy. Would definitely return/recommend. Thanks for a great stay.

    Reviewed by Stephanie5.0Aug 2020

  • "The stairs leading up to the 2nd bedroom are very steep."

    The listing should say not toddler friendly bedroom as my daughter ended up sleeping with me the whole time. Also the yard at the back needs some attention. Very dirty and not very nice to sit out in. Just needs to made visitor friendly and inviting.

    Reviewed by Jane4.4Aug 2020

  • "Very comfortable cottage in a lovely village with three lovely pubs, and close to Clitheroe."

    There is some beautiful countryside close by which is well worth exploring. We hope to return!

    Reviewed by Roy5.0Feb 2020

  • "Very pleased with property."

    On road parking not a problem. Waddington is a great base in the area with 3 great pubs, across the price range.

    Reviewed by Peter5.0Nov 2019

  • "Our only disappointment was the lack of any kind of information folder at the property."

    We were unable to use the wood burning fire as we didn't know what to do. We managed to work everything else out and found the local amenities off our own back. Wonderful cosy cottage though in an idyllic location. We definitely plan to return.

    Reviewed by Richard4.7Nov 2019

  • "Lovely cosy cottage in perfect location in the centre of Waddington."

    Reviewed by Peter5.0Nov 2018

  • "Lovely cottage based in a beautiful village"

    Reviewed by Joanna5.0Nov 2018

  • "Cottage was ideally situated and was small but perfect for me and my husband and our dog."

    Reviewed by Richard4.1Oct 2018

  • "Washing machine very slow at drying."

    Would have been useful to have a small sharp knife, a bread/chopping board and a cutlery/plate holder on the draining board.

    Reviewed by Colin4.4Sep 2018

  • "Yes it was lovely, the fresh food in the area, is outstanding, and you can buy a lot of homemade stuff."

    There is tons to do in the area, we want to come back to the area next year. The cottage was lovely, and I can highly recommend it. The area is beautiful, with a lot of nice towns nearby.

    Reviewed by Jean5.0Sep 2018

  • "This was a lovely 3 day break with our dogs to Waddington."

    The cottage was exactly as described and an ideal location for access to loads of walks, coffee shops and pubs. Had a lovely relaxing time and would recommend the accommodation and location.

    Reviewed by Diane5.0Jul 2018

  • "The cottage is lovely!"

    Infact, I don't think the pictures do it justice. We loved the big shower as my partner is a tall man and struggles to move in the small ones. Beds were really comfy too. The owners have done a brill job in stocking the house up with useful items. Even had a clothes horse which was great with a messy 10 month old. Only other thing which would have made our stay easier would have been a fire surround as our little boy was way too interested in it for his own good. We will definately be back!

    Reviewed by Jamie5.0Apr 2018

  • "Perfect. I couldn't recommend this more."

    Very friendly helpful owners and beautiful accommodation in a pretty village.

    Reviewed by Victoria5.0Nov 2017

  • "Great location and swift response from owners when we had a slight problem."

    Certainly stay again.

    Reviewed by John4.6Nov 2017

  • "The Owners were most obliging, nothing was too much trouble"

    Reviewed by J.k5.0Oct 2017

  • "Could have done with a few basics i."

    E. Dish clothes, t.towel etc . Apart from that it was a cosy and comfatable stay.

    Reviewed by Terence4.0Aug 2017

  • "Standard of accommodation excellent - Waddington Arms best pub for dinner - ..."

    Standard of accommodation excellent - Waddington Arms best pub for dinner - Bashall Barn well worth a visit for lunch - Nice breakfast at Country Kitchen - Pendle Hill area well worth a visit

    Reviewed by David5.0Jun 2017

  • "Lovely cottage, great location."

    Reviewed by Alison5.0Apr 2017

  • "Beautiful village, lovely home."

    We highly recommend the Higher Buck, but book a table for Saturday night, it was incredibly busy.

    Reviewed by Jill5.0Feb 2017

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  • Over three floors
  • Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x second floor single
  • Shower room with shower, basin and WC
  • Kitchen with dining area
  • Sitting room with woodburning stove.
  • Gas central heating with woodburning stove
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi, selection of books, games and DVDs
  • Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Free parking on the square 60 yards from cottage on first come, first served basis
  • Patio with furniture
  • One well-behaved pet welcome
  • Sorry, no smoking
  • Post Office/shop 1 min walk, three pubs 3 mins walk
  • Note: Due to the steep, narrow stairs open with no door to the single bedroom on the 2nd floor and the uneven cobbled street outside, this property may not be suitable for the less mobile
  • Please Note - This property has a Good Housekeeping Bond of £150

The property

A superb stone-built, 18th century terraced cottage tucked away on a quiet lane in the centre of the lovely village of Waddington, on the edge of the Forest of Bowland.

Set out over three floors, the cottage has been furnished and styled to a very good standard, ideal for couples and small families wishing to get away from it all and enjoy this lovely corner of the Ribble Valley.

This delightful cottage has character and charm throughout, featuring a bright and spacious ground floor kitchen/diner, a cosy sitting room with a woodburning stove, two lovely bedrooms and a modern shower room.

With original ceiling beams, stone fireplace, sash windows and contemporary styling this is a holiday home of some merit.

Accessed from the kitchen extension is a cobbled stone patio.

Only a few minutes’ walk away are three outstanding and very much competing Gastro pubs, renowned throughout the area for their excellent service and fine dining.

Waddington also has a babbling brook and beautiful Coronation Gardens.

Close by is Clitheroe with its Norman Castle and a market that’s held three times a week, and superb walking and cycling can be enjoyed in the area.

Within driving distance are many places of interest, including Skipton and the magnificent Yorkshire Dales, the seaside resorts of Blackpool and Southport and the cities of Manchester and Liverpool.

A wonderful holiday home in a great location.

Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping bond of £150.

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About the location


Skipton 15 miles; Clitheroe 2 miles.

Waddington is a pretty village nestling in the hills and dales of the Ribble Valley, north-west of Clitheroe and west of Skipton. With three pubs serving food, two churches, a Post Office and a bowling green, Waddington is an excellent village base for a holiday in this area. The village is a regular winner of the Lancashire Best Kept Village awards. The surrounding Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a peaceful and picturesque haven. For amenities, the nearby market town of Clitheroe is famed for its specialist shops of all types, including, a sausage shop that sells over seventy five different varieties! The area is a gourmet's paradise, with award-winning restaurants and country hotels situated throughout the valley, and annual events including a number of agricultural shows and day festivals of all types. From Waddington it is easy to explore both the Lakes and the Dales, ensuring this fantastic location has plenty to offer at any time of year!

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas