Swaledale Cottages

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    Kings Studio: A lovely, stone-built characterful cottage situated in the centre of Reeth in beautiful Swaledale. Cosy accommodation with WiFi. Local amenities on the doorstep. (Ref. 942355)

    7 nights from £274

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    Moorcroft: Traditional stone-built cottage. Character features, open fire and woodburning stove. Easy access to local amenities and to more of Yorkshire's delights. Leyburn 8 miles. (Ref. 961820)

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    7 nights from £390

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    Dibble Cottage: A former garage converted to a lovely, romantic holiday home situated in the centre of Reeth in beautiful Swaledale. Cosy accommodation with WiFi. Woodburning stove. Outdoor seating with views towards Fremington Edge. (Ref. 14675)

    7 nights from £285

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    Inglenook: A lovely stone-built cottage located in Reeth at northern tip of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Featured fire place. Woodburners. Open fire. Leyburn 8 miles. (Ref. 916125)

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    7 nights from £399

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    Braeside: Traditional Dales cottage in the centre of Reeth overlooking the village green. Private enclosed courtyard garden with three bedrooms ideal for a large family getaway. Leyburn 8 miles. (Ref. 933619)

    7 nights from £395

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    Alpine Cottages No. 4: Lovingly-presented first floor, character apartment in the heart of Reeth. Wood-fired hot tub. Slipper bath. Games room. WiFi. Delightful romantic retreat. Richmond 10 miles. (Ref. 28826)

    7 nights from £391

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    Alma House: A well-presented, comfortable three storey, stone-built townhouse situated on the foot of the green in Reeth. Woodburner. WiFi. Pet-friendly. Walks from the door. Leyburn 8 miles. Richmond 10 miles. (Ref. 15569)

    7 nights from £385

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    Hobson's Cottage: Charming stone-built semi-detached cottage in Swaledale hamlet of Fremington, a short walk from Reeth. Hillside position, lovely views from upstairs living room. Reeth 0.5 miles. (Ref. 752)

    7 nights from £267

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    Cross Beck Cottage: First class, stone-built detached cottage in the small hamlet of Grinton. En-suite, woodburning stove. Superb accommodation for a couple or friends. Walks and cycle routes in the area. Reeth 1 mile. (Ref. 907018)

    7 nights from £396

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    Sunnybrae East Cottage: Pretty, stone-built cottage, former Post Office in hamlet of Healaugh. Full of character and charm with open fire, old beams and lovely views. Reeth 1.25 miles. (Ref. 18445)

    7 nights from £365

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Just Show Me Swaledale Cottages


Traditionally made cheese, a hardy breed of sheep, England's fastest flowing river and dazzling wildflower meadows…just a few things this remote northern dale is famous for. If you fancy escaping the 9-to-5 routine, try a Swaledale cottage.

Whatever the season, this scenically spectacular valley never fails to impress. Stay in spring and don't miss a trip to Thwaite, when its protected hay and wildflower meadows transform the landscape into a riot of colour. For sweeping 360-degree views, enjoy a tipple in Britain's highest pub, the legendary Till Hill Inn.

Walks from your Swaledale cottage…

From gentle rambles to day-long treks, miles of trails weave across the countryside. Follow the walks of writer, Alfred Wainwright, who studied the area in great detail or, for interesting circular walks and welcome refreshments, head for Reeth, Swaledale's charming 'capital'.

The region is steeped in history and folklore, with remnants from the Vikings, Romans and other such characters - even today village place names and the local dialect reflect the Viking tongue. Learn about the lead-mining industry at the Swaledale Museum and the skills of the blacksmith at the Old Working Smithy Museum.

Love music? The Swaledale Festival showcases all kinds of musical performances and is a great time to plan a stay in a Swaledale cottage. And remember to sample some tasty Swaledale Cheese, thought to have been introduced by Norman monks back in the 11th Century.

So for outdoor fun at its best or simply a place to relax and unwind, retreat to one of our Swaledale cottages soon!