This character stone-built cottage is situated on the edge of the historic village of Addingham which nestles in the valley of the River Wharfe between Ilkley and Skipton.
This beautifully-appointed property provides ideal accommodation for a family or friends looking to explore the nearby Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Refurbished to a high standard, using quality British-made furnishings throughout, this cosy cottage has a well-equipped kitchen where you can prepare tasty meals to be enjoyed together in the dining area.
The sitting room has a wonderful cast iron open fire set in a delightful wood and tiled surround, and with a lovely, comfortable sofa, is the perfect place for relaxing after a busy day out.
Upstairs there are two inviting bedrooms with the double room, enjoying countryside views, plus there is a modern family bathroom.
To the front of the property is a small front seating area with a garden bench where you can sit with an early morning coffee as you discuss your plans for the day ahead.
The thriving village of Addingham has a good selection of shops to browse and is home to a several pubs serving fine ales and excellent food.
There are beautiful walks to enjoy from the doorstep and the area is popular with both cyclists and walkers alike.
Stroll along the River Wharfe and enjoy a picnic at Bolton Abbey, one of this region’s most scenic areas, or visit The Strid, a famous narrowing of the river with its gushing water, a must see.
Spend a day at the spa town of Ilkley or visit Skipton with its market days and ancient castle.
This fantastic Yorkshire Dales cottage in Addingham is a wonderful romantic retreat for discovering all that the Dales have to offer.
Two bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x single. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area and open fire.
About the location
Bolton Abbey 3 miles; Ilkley 3 miles; Skipton 4 miles.
The historic village of Addingham nestles in the valley of the River Wharfe between Ilkley and Skipton, just 3 miles from the Dales National Park at Bolton Abbey. In the Doomsday Book, Addingham is referred to as 'Ediham', which probably meant 'Home of Edi', the Earl Edwin of Bolton Abbey. A corn mill was mentioned in 1315, near where High Mill is today, and the weir across the river is one of the oldest medieval structures in the village. Today's village is a thriving, small community with several good pubs serving fine ale and excellent food, a scattering of small shops and a delightful golf course surrounded by breathtaking countryside. Nearby Bolton Abbey is one of the region's most scenic areas and the walk along the river to the 'Strid' is a must. The Victorian Spa town of Ilkley is worth a visit, with its wide streets, world-famous Box Tree Restaurant and Bettys Tea Rooms, while Ilkley Moor is the subject of Yorkshire's unofficial anthem “On Ilkla Moor Baht at”. Grassington and Malham are within reach, plus Skipton is also close by with its ancient castle, beautiful old parish church, colourful street market, canal trips and Embsay Steam Railway.