Holiday Cottages in The Pennines

As it is often described as the “Backbone of England” there are no prizes for guessing that the Pennines rdominate the upper central landscape of England. These limestone hills, limestone crags and montains stretch almost the length of middle England from the Scottish border at the Cheviot Hills through Cumbrian Fells, The Yorkshire Dales, the rural heart of West Yorkshire, finally ending at The Peak District in Derbyshire. Visitors will find themselves welcome at hundreds of luxury barn conversions and large and small Pennine holiday cottages in quaint stone villages from Derbyshire to Northumberland. Most of these will have a pub in which a typically excellent local ale can be enjoyed. The whole range can be walked via The Pennine Way, one of England's most notable long distance footpaths.

9 cottages found 9 match all criteria.

Stables Cottage is a superb 16th-century farmhouse surrounded by some of Yorkshire’s most spectacular countryside. This Bronte Country Pennine holiday cottage sleeps 6, with an open fire and a pretty garden. The town of Hebden Bridge is 3 miles away with pubs, tea rooms and an independent cinema.

  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • The Pennines

Explore the Lake District and the Eden Valley with a stay at 2 Eden Grove Cottages in the quaint village of Armathwaite, Cumbria, a large pet-friendly cottage featuring exposed sandstone walls that comfortably houses groups of up to six in three cosy bedrooms.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 2
  • The Pennines

Luxuriously romantic and secluded Tyas Cottage is a stone built West Yorkshire holiday cottage in Slaithwaite, that sleeps 6. Nestling in a remote wooded Pennine valley, visitors enjoy free access to roam woodland and nearby moors. 11 Golf courses within 5 miles. Pets welcome.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • The Pennines

The Harber Scar is a traditional 3-bedroom family cottage in the Pennine village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale near Settle, best known as the location of the Three Peaks hills of the Yorkshire Dales. The cottage embraces the charm and character of its rural setting both inside and outside. Pets welcome.

  • Sleeps 5
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 1
  • The Pennines

Fairfield House is a large Pennine house sleeping 20 in the small town of Stanhope, County Durham. This impressive luxury holiday home has been sensitively restored to create a warm and welcoming residence for large or dual family holidays, or gatherings of friends in beautiful rural surroundings.

  • Sleeps 20
  • Bedrooms 10
  • Bathrooms 9
  • The Pennines

Underbank Hall Cottage is a romantic cottage for couples in a secluded rural location with breath-taking views of the valleys and hills between The Peak District and The Pennines in Stocksbridge, but still within easy reach of the fleshpots of Sheffield. Pets welcome.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1
  • The Pennines

Set in the small rural village of Milton, Cumbria, you’ll find The Byre, a farm cottage perfect for families looking to escape the rigours of their daily lives. This countryside cottage nestled between three North West national parks offers the ideal holiday getaway on a working livestock farm.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1
  • The Pennines

Old Cottage lies in the quaint rural village of Nateby near Kirkby Stephen in Cumbria between The Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. The two bedrooms sit downstairs, while the kitchen and sitting room enjoy rural views from the first floor of this dog-friendly cottage.

  • Sleeps 4
  • Bedrooms 2
  • Bathrooms 1
  • The Pennines

Kings Cottage in the historic market town of Alston, Cumbria, makes the perfect dog-friendly holiday cottage for couples planning a romantic holiday in the Pennines. This recently refurbished character cottage lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1
  • The Pennines

Much of the region is regarded as “an area of outstanding natural beauty” and a wonderful place to visit and take long walks with the dog.

Although the start of the Pennines is usually said to begin in the High Peak district of Edale in Derbyshire (the start of the Pennine Way), these impressive range of hills extend south into Staffordshire and the southern parts of Cheshire and Derbyshire. The natural scenic beauty of Pennine landscapes makes the region a major tourist destination particularly for those looking to walk or cycle through them or climb its peaks and crags such as Malhamdale . The Pennines are a mecca for outdoor sporting enthusiasts, with plenty of opportunities for climbing, kayaking, caving and mountain biking. For the less adventurous, there are stately homes, ruined abbeys, country parks and steam railways in abundance for memorable days out in amidst the ruggedly beautiful Pennine Hills - perfect for self-catering holidays in the great outdoors from Derbyshire to Northumberland.