Holiday cottages in Bedale are perfect for anyone who wants to unwind in a traditional Yorkshire town which remains largely overlooked by visitors. With its cobbled marketplace, charming independent shops and fine Georgian architecture, Bedale is a magical base to explore the spectacular Yorkshire Dales. Sweeping heather moorland, limestone crags and wildflower meadows will be on your doorstep during your stay. As you wander through the pretty town centre, you’ll find welcoming cafes serving homemade cakes, a renowned butcher and several independent shops selling jewellery and antiques. Look out for the graceful, Gothic St Gregory’s Church and the unique Leech House, where medicinal leeches were stored during the 18th century. Pick up a heritage trail map from Bedale Hall for information on the town’s most fascinating sites.
Edmund’s Cottage in the quaint village of Crakehall is one of three holiday homes in North Yorkshire that combine original features with contemporary comforts, a dog-friendly cottage with a garden hot tub, exposed beams, Smart TVs in the lounge and first-floor master, and riverside views of Bedale Beck.
Loft Cottage is one of three pretty holiday cottages in the peaceful village of Crakehall, North Yorkshire. It is a dog-friendly cottage with views of Bedale Beck amidst the splendour of the lower Yorkshire Dales, featuring a hot tub, exposed beams, stone frontage, and three first-floor bedrooms.
Deerclose is a large Yorkshire Dales Farmhouse offering self-catering accommodation for large families and groups of friends in the tiny village of Horsehouse near Leyburn in Coverdale. High up on the fells, this characterful farmhouse offers stunning rural views of the Dales countryside.