Yorkshire Dales Holiday Cottages

The Yorkshire Dales is an upland area of the Pennines, mainly in the county of North Yorkshire. It encompasses deep river valleys and rugged hills which rise from the Vale of York to the hilltops of the Pennine watershed. It is a remote and sparsely populated part of England, characterised by green pastures, crisscrossed by drystone walls, and grazed by sheep and cattle. The countryside is wild and unspoiled, with great swathes of heather-covered moorland and hay meadows. The Yorkshire Dales National Park is a paradise for outdoor pursuits, with countless footpaths to explore, many of which lead to high hilltops, providing spectacular views across the region, or to tumbling waterfalls, or limestone cliffs and caves.

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Farn House is a large holiday cottage in the Yorkshire Dales village of Kettlewell - Wharfedale. This pet friendly property in a picturesque Dales Village with award winning pubs, superb views and walks from the doorstep sleeps 12 in 7 bedrooms, perfect for family and group friendly accommodation.

This traditional, stone-built Yorkshire Dales holiday cottage sleeps 5, on the outskirts of the charming village of Ingleton. Nicely located for exploring the Dales’ spectacular Three Peaks area, Bytheway Cottage has a snug sitting room with patio doors and almost next door to an excellent pub.

Take tea overlooking the old mill pond at the stone-built Locks Cottage and enjoy the idyllic setting of this two-bedroom, rural holiday cottage in Langcliffe near Settle. Gaze upon the green hills of the Yorkshire Dales and unwind by the open fire in a cosy peaceful cottage near the River Ribble.

Some of the best views in England can be savoured from Netherscar in Chapel-le-Dale near Ingleton. The detached, remote cottage lies among the rolling hills of lies in a haven of peace and tranquillity and offers three bedrooms and an open fire as well as ample space for pets and children to roam.

Knott View sits within a 17th century Grade II listed barn conversion located on a working farm near Sedburgh in Cumbria. It lies between the Yorkshire Dales and The Lake District offering guests outstanding views and tranquillity within a remote rural location. Sleeps 4.

Gaze upon fields blanketed in snow or greet the sun in the south-facing garden at Lavender Cottage, a romantic holiday cottage for couples in the Yorkshire Dales village of Askrigg. Enjoy the 1-bedroom, pet-friendly holiday cottage with its antique furnishing, cosy open fire and rural views.

Shepherd’s Cottage boasts true charm in a stone-built conversion which sits in the middle of a field on a working farm in Holwick. Arriving by farm lane, guests will find a delightful rural cottage with two bedrooms and an upside-down design to capture the fantastic views of the Yorkshire Dales.

West House is an 18th century, stone-built, semi-detached rural cottage set among beautiful grounds near Middleton-in-Teesdale, in the Yorkshire Dales. The traditional exterior houses a contemporary interior with touches of yesteryear, an open fire, and spectacular views from all vantage points.

This detached Yorkshire Dales holiday cottage sleeps 3, in the attractive village of Embsay, near the market town of Skipton. Wynville is set in wonderful gardens, with a modern kitchen, beautifully decorated lounge and dining room, and idyllic walks and cosy country pubs on its doorstep.

Standing in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales in West Burton, Flanders Hall is a large and impressive Grade II listed Georgian country house. This pet friendly holiday home in secluded rural surroundings is perfect for large family holidays or a get together with friends in the great outdoors.

The honeypot location of Grassington lies but a pleasant stroll from the grounds of 1 Bridge End, a delightfully restored large holiday cottage in the Yorkshire Dales boasting wooden floors, five bedrooms, riverside views from the pet-friendly garden and guaranteed comfort beside the open fire.

Nestled amid glorious countryside in the County Durham village of Stainton, Peace Cottage sleeps 4, with beamed ceilings and private garden is a dog-friendly holiday cottage near spectacular country walks and the town of Barnard Castle, where a ruined castle towers over the river.

Made up of five separate properties that combine to comfortably house 20 guests in the heart of Yorkshire Dales National Park, Hill Top Farm near the small Wensleydale village of Askrigg, North Yorkshire, is a child-friendly property that entertains guests of all ages with games room and gym.

French doors open onto a private patio and lawn with stunning rural views of the surrounding countryside at this Yorkshire Dales holiday cottage for couples. Located in the peaceful village of Long Preston, near Skipton, Carn Cottage sleeps 2 and is a short walk from a CAMRA award-winning pub.

The Penthouse is a quirky cottage in the pretty town of Sedbergh, in the Yorkshire Dales and close to the Lake District National Park. With spacious, open plan living, exposed beams, and a wonderful mezzanine, it's a perfect retreat for 2-6 people.

A thoughtful barn conversion, one of four cottages located alongside Flesh beck stream in the rural hamlet of Mansergh, Cumbria, The Old Stables is a countryside cottage on the western edge of Yorkshire Dales National Park, featuring exposed beams, upside-down accommodation and under-floor heating.

This 17th Century detached stone built farmhouse in the Yorkshire Dales lies in the Wharfedale village of Buckden. A large and dog-friendly holiday cottage, Clifford House Farm sleeps 12 in f5 bedrooms.

Situated at the very heart of the popular Dales village of Embsay, North Yorkshire, Pasture Cottage makes the ideal home base to holiday in the Craven district. The three-storey country cottage features a sitting room with open fire, balcony overlooking the garden, and Rayburn cooker.

Stables Cottage is a comfortable and stylish countryside cottage in the Northern Yorkshire Dales near Barnard Castle. Accommodation is all on ground floor level and sleeps two to four people.

This charming countryside holiday home near Bedale sleeps 4 on a farm for retired racehorses, with lovely views of the Hambleton Hills. Millstone Cottage lies in the pretty village of Thornton Watlass, in North Yorkshire, near Fountains Abbey and the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Dogs welcome.

This charming, two bedroom property in the Yorkshire Dales is able to sleep up to four people and is located close to the River Wharfe.

Whisper Cottage is a delightful country cottage situated in the quaint village of Hebden, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Wooden beams, period furnishings and a cosy wood burner create charm in this pet-friendly former lead miner’s residence, which also boasts a delightful garden.

Craven House is a large and dog friendly Victorian House with Wi-Fi offering spacious self-catering accommodation for up to 14 guests in Skipton in the Yorkshire Dales. Perfect for walking and touring holidays in North Yorkshire.

Warm and welcoming, this romantic countryside cottage for couples in the Yorkshire Dales features an open plan sitting room, a charming bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and stunning views of the countryside. Pets welcome.

.There are many picturesque villages, such as Grassington, Malham, Long Preston and Appletreewick, all of which are idyllic bases for self-catering holidays in the Yorkshire Dales. The area is surrounded by the Lake District to its west, the North York Moors to its east, and the North Pennines to its north. Top places to visit during a stay in a holiday cottage in the Yorkshire Dales include Aysgarth Falls, a spectacular series of waterfalls, carved out of the River Ure. The falls are particularly dramatic after heavy rainfall, when thousands of gallons of water can be seen cascading over the limestone steps. Another natural wonder of the Yorkshire Dales, Malham Cove is a massive natural amphitheatre made of towering limestone cliffs. Wonderful views can be enjoyed from the cove, where little owls and peregrine falcons are often spotted, while the neighbouring village of Malham is a pretty place for a wander. 

In the heart of the Dales, near the bustling market town of Skipton, Bolton Priory is an impressive ruined church on the banks of the River Wharfe. Nearby, the Forbidden Corner is a surreal garden of follies and a fun family day out near holiday cottages in the Yorkshire Dales.