Burnside cottage in idyllic Dales location.Burnside cottage is an annex to the main house and is set in it's own substantial grounds offering private, idyllic and peaceful surroundings. The cottage offers 1 superking size bed which can be split into twin beds on request.
Jake's Place @ East NetherbarJake's Place is in the Dales National Park, less than a mile from the Pennine Way and the town of Hawes. Popular with walkers, cyclists and sightseers. There are many walks straight from the door. Plenty of pubs and cafes in Hawes and nearby Hardraw. The views are stunning and ideal for watching wildlife. You may be rewarded with a sighting of a red squirrel.
Fell Cottage (27731)A stunning position with a wood-fired hot tub and excellent views of the nearby fells, an ideal base for walkers.. Ground Floor: All on the ground floor. Living/dining room: With multi-fuel stove, Freeview TV, DVD player and flagstone floor. Kitchen: With electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Bedroom 1: With double bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet. Bedroom 2: With twin beds and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet.. Electric heating (in bedrooms), electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial fuel for multi-fuel stove included. Cot and highchair available on request. 24hr drying service. . Enclosed garden with garden furniture and BBQ. Wood-fire hot tub (private). Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking.. Set in a stunning rural position within the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Fell Cottage is a traditional limestone conversion of a former farm building restored to provide a wonderful quaint holiday retreat. The cottage is situated in beautiful Raydale, a rural and unspoilt area of Wensleydale. It is surrounded by traditional farming country and ringed by high fells. In the distance the dramatic peak of Addleborough can be seen and Lake Semerwater is a pleasant walk away. It is handy for many of the areas famous attractions, including the bustling little market town of Hawes and the pretty villages of Bainbridge and Askrigg, with its pub which was used as the local in the James Herriot series ’All Creatures Great and Small’. Raydale is a haven for wildlife, with hares and deer often sighted in the surrounding fields at dawn and dusk, along with a wide variety of upland bird life including pheasant, partridge, curlew, duck and of course, Lake Semerwater stocked with a variety of fish. The hamlet of Marsett is set high in the hills above Bainbridge, providing far reaching panoramic views of the dales and fells beyond. Marsett itself has true rustic country charm as cattle and sheep can roam freely on the village green. Horse riding and fishing nearby. Shop, pub and restaurant 3½ miles. Free WiFi