Accommodation on the Pennine Bridleway

The Old Farmhouse, which dates back to the 18th century, is full of charm and character, retaining many of its original period features including beams, flagstone flooring and an impressive fireplace. This holiday property adjoins the owner’s home at Roystone Grange, which sits in its own peaceful valley between the popular market towns of Buxton, Ashbourne, Matlock and Bakewell in the Peak District National Park. Shop and pub 1½ miles, restaurant 8 miles.Ground Floor:Living room: With multi-fuel burner, Freeview TV, DVD player, CD player, iPod dock, beams and flagstone floor.Kitchen: With breakfast area, Aga (feature only), electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and tiled floor.Utility room: With washer/dryer.Separate toilet.Please visit web link for more info.First Floor:Bedroom 1: With four poster kingsize bed.Bedroom 2: With zip and link twin beds (can be super kingsize on request).Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. Initial fuel for multi-fuel burner included (October-March). Travel cot and highchair. Payphone. Garden with patio, garden furniture and barbecue. Bike store. Private parking for 3 cars. 3 pets welcome, to be kept on a lead. No smoking. Please note: The property is accessed via a rough track. There are 11 steps and a pond in the garden, 20 yards away.

Railway Cottage is a truly wonderful, two bedroom, detached holiday cottage, set within the gorgeous High Peak, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the owner living next door. Situated in the grounds of a former station house, with its elevated hill-top position, the views from this cottage are quite breathtaking. All on the ground floor, you will find a peaceful living room where you can grab a good book and take a seat on the comfy large leather sofa. At the opposite end of the cottage you’ll find the kitchen/dining room. The well-equipped kitchen boasts lovely units and all the usual mod cons. There are two double bedrooms both offering en-suite facilities, and one being zip and link. Outside the property, make the most of the lovely courtayrd and bask in the sun, or enjoy a meal al fresco.Railway Cottage is situated in the village of Longcliffe, a crossroads hamlet in the English county of Derbyshire. Directly situated for access to the High Peak Trail, which is a decommissioned, converted railway line, and is now a popular trail for cycling and walking. Enjoy the scenic Peak District National Park and tranquil Carsington Water, with lots of activities and amenities including cycling, walking, water sports, an adventure playground and a waterside restaurant.Please visit webpage for more info.

This semi-detached cottage is located near the village of Sedbergh and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.Three bedrooms: 1 x king-size double, 1 x twin, 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburning stove.Farriers Cottage is a semi-detached cottage near the village of Sedbergh in Cumbria. The cottage sleeps six people and has one king-size double bedroom, one twin and one adult bunks together with family bathroom and shower room. Also in the cottage are a kitchen, dining room and sitting room with woodburning stove. Outside is ample off road parking and a front lawned garden. Situated just inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Farriers Cottage is a lovely family holiday cottage to enjoy all year round.From heather-clad moors and limestone scars, to market towns and the steady pace of country life – the sublime Dales await you! Where else in Britain is it as satisfying to sit and do nothing as it is to explore the numerous pursuits on offer?Sedbergh (pronounced Sed-Ber), an ancient market town in northern Dentdale, is situated just inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The town, with its narrow streets, little shops, traditional pubs, famous school dating back to 1525 and its 12th century church, has an olde worlde atmosphere.Please visit site for more details.

Enjoying a delightful , elevated position, off a single track lane above the village of Peak Forest, this beautiful, cosy cottage has stunning, unrivalled views over the surrounding countryside. Adjoining the owners’ property, it has been furnished to a high standard throughout and has a heavily beamed interior. A perfect base from which to explore the Peak District either by foot, car, or even horse with stabling available on site. One of the deepest Peak potholes, Eldon Hole, lies close by, as does the actors Donkey Sanctuary supported by many thespians. Nearby, the historical village of Eyam, made famous by the outbreak of the plague, is home to a museum on local history and the plague inparticular. Castleton is 4 miles, whilst the Chestnut Centre, famous for its otters and deer, Bakewell, Chatsworth House, Buxton and Matlock Bath are within easy reach. Shop 4 miles, pub less than 1 mile.Open-plan living/dining room with electric cast-iron woodburner and stone floor. Farmhouse-style kitchen area with breakfast bar and stone floor. Bathroom with bath, shower attachment and toilet. First floor: Double bedroom. Most rooms heavily beamed.Please visit website for more details.

Situated just 5 yards from the River Sett and the Sett Valley Trail, in the charming High Peak village of Hayfield, this end-terrace holiday cottage is perfect throughout the summer months with its multi-tiered garden, or the winter months with its cosy woodburner. Home to plentiful pubs, shops, cafes and restaurants, Hayfield itself is overlooked by the Kinder Scout and is most famous for the backdrop from BBC’s drama “The Village’. Incredibly popular with walkers and cyclists, the village has a number of public thoroughfares with the beautiful Sett Valley Trail, Kinder Plateau, Pennine Way and Snake Path all easily accessible. The surrounding area of the Peak District holds many beautiful towns and villages which are easily reached including the small picturesque village of Edale, home to the start/end of the UK’s first long distance walking path – The Pennine Way. Set in the stunning Hope Valley countryside, the rural hill village of Castleton, famous for its caverns, can be reached in half an hour and Bakewell, home to its namesake pudding and the magnificent historic houses of Chatsworth Estate and Haddon Hall, can be reached within 45 minutes’. Horse riding can also be found nearby. The nearest supermarket is 5 miles away. Shop 1/2 mile, pub 175 yards and restaurant 350 yards.4 steps to entrance. Ground floor: Living room with beams and wooden floor. Dining room/kitchen. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. Second floor: 1 double (5ft) bedroom with sloping ceiling and en-suite bathroom with roll top bath, shower attachment and toilet.Woodburner in living room (initial fuel included). Gas central heating, gas, electricity, bed linen and towels included. Travel cot and high chair on request. 48″ Freesat TV. Playstation 3. Stereo/CD. iPod dock. Gas hob. Electric oven. Microwave. Washing machine. Dishwasher. Freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed garden with patio and furniture. Parking (1 car). No smoking. NB: 11 steps in garden. Riverside location.

Whether you are looking to go on a walking holiday, riding holiday, activity holiday or simply a leisurely break in stunning surroundings then Rushop Hall has something to offer you. You can tailor make your own holiday experience by choosing to either take advantage of our luxurious Bed and Breakfast accommodation or self cater in one of our stand alone holiday cottages. You can even bring your horse with you if you wish and if you want the occasional “night in” without having to cook for yourself then you can take advantage of our superb Evening Meal service.Rushop Hall is a Grade 2 listed building, nestling in the fabulous Peak District National Park. It has been recently renovated to retain a wealth of beautiful original features complimented by the sympathetic provision of all the modern amenities – the best of both worlds!The accommodation comprises 3 rooms; 2 doubles and a twin with en-suite shower rooms. All the rooms are generously proportioned and beautifully appointed, with modern conveniences such as TV & DVD and tea and coffee making facilities. For those who fancy a relaxing tipple whilst taking in the stunning views we also provide wine or beer!There is a private guest sitting room where you can put your feet up, and take in the fantastic views whilst enjoying a well earned cup of tea, or perhaps something stronger! For those preferring peace and tranquillity, there is also a quiet reading area.A stay in an English farmhouse would not be complete without a full farmhouse breakfast, including; locally sourced bacon and sausage from the farm, free-range eggs, field mushrooms, freshly baked bread, butter, preserves, etc. For vegetarians we are always happy to provide a delicious meat free breakfast.

The Lantern Pike Inn is Pub, Restaurant and B&B situated in Little Hayfield, on the A624 between Glossop and Chapel-en-le-Frith, and has been an Inn since 1851. The pub itself dates from the building of the turnpike from Old Glossop to Buxton in 1792.Steeped in history and rich in character the pub is within the bounds of the Peak District National Park, and whilst having all modern amenities retains its old world charm and provides the perfect base for you to discover The Peak District, Hayfield and surrounding attractions.Today, the resident owners Stella and Tom Cunliffe extend a warm and friendly welcome to all who frequent their country hostelry, with a roaring fire, good food complemented with a well-balanced Wine Menu, well-kept real ales and comfortable bedrooms. We are also very proud to be Little Hayfield’s/Hayfield’s ONLY main entry in the Good Pub Guide for the years 2009 – 2014.You may be interested to learn that it was at the Lantern Pike that the very earliest Coronation Street episodes were written by its originator Tony Warren.We are an ideal centre for Peak Park activities, such as country walks, (Kinder Scout Reserve recently declared a National Nature Reserve, mountain biking etc. We are in easy reach of Chatsworth House, The Chestnut Centre, Lyme Park, the village of Eyam (plague village), Alton Towers (approx. 90 minutes) and many more interesting places.

The Royal Hotel is an 18th century coaching inn set in the picturesque village of Hayfield, the gateway to the Peak District’s majestic gritstone plateau of Kinder Scout, and located near the Pennine Way National Trail. This impressive Grade II-listed building with its oak-panelled bar and lounge areas and seasonal open fire provides an informal backdrop to a wonderfully relaxed eating and drinking experience. Open all day, seven days a week, there are traditional cask ales, fine wines, teas, coffees and home-cooked food.A magnet for locals, walkers and visitors alike, there are five beautifully decorated guest bedrooms (all fully renovated in Spring 2014). All are en-suite and each has a flatscreen TV, tea & coffee-making facilities, alarm clock/radio, electric fan, and hairdryer. Iron & ironing board, cot, extra towels and bedding available on request. A drying room for residents’ wet outdoor gear is now available too.

Guests are amazed at the magnificent views from the converted barn which beautifully capture the Blackburne Valley and its rolling hills. Being set in a wildlife corridor, it is a perfect base for watching the world go by from and the overlooked fields often have visiting deer, heron and kestrels. The local area is ideal country for walking, cycling or just enjoying the views in front of the cosy log burning stove.Set in the beautiful countryside of the South Pennines, this converted barn has an extremely spacious open plan living area with Jotul wood burning stove, lounge area, flat screen TV with FreeSat and DVD, dining area (seating 6) and fully equipped kitchen on the first floor with far reaching, panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The kitchen has an electric hob, grill and oven plus a separate microwave. There is a full size dishwasher and a spacious fridge freezer.Downstairs there are 2 bedrooms, one with kingsize bed (en suite with shower bath and grohe shower over), and one twin bed / or 6ft super king bed (ensuite with spacious shower). We can also accommodate one child under 2 years old in our wooden cot in the super king bedroom (please bring your own bedding for cot except for flat sheet). Fluffy towels are provided.Crabtree Barn is located a short distance from the M62 junctions 23 and 24 and makes an ideal retreat for guests looking to stay in and around the Ripponden, Halifax and Huddersfield area. Harrogate, York, Manchester, Leeds and Bradford are all within an hour’s travel by car. Many guest have used us as a base for visiting the Peak District.

The self contained holiday let, which comprises one half of the house, has two ensuite bedrooms, accommodates four people and is completely self contained. The accommodation can be increased up to six for an extra charge.Our house offers quiet accommodation off of the main road, yet is only a 10 minute walk from the centre of Hebden Bridge, and 5 minutes from the railway station with its excellent bus and train service.We have private established gardens and a patio area available for use by guests. The rear of the property backs directly on to the hillside with access to the hillside paths.The house is fully centrally heated and offers versatile accommodation. Included is a welcome “get you started” pack including all of the basics such as tea, coffee, milk, bread, cereals, fruit etc.There is ample off-road parking for up to five vehicles.The ground floor has a fully fitted kitchen with all modern appliances and dining table.There is a separate lobby with a downstairs toilet and outside storage for bicycles etc.The large comfortable lounge has sofas, coffee table, freesat tv / dvd player, a Wurlitzer, a touch screen jukebox and a flame effect fire. There are a selection of games and books. Patio doors lead on to the patio area which has garden furniture. Unlimited broadband access is always available.The two main letting bedrooms can be configured for twin or super king size and both have ensuite bathrooms. The beds have Limoges 1500 pocket sprung mattresses for a good nights sleep.All bedrooms have TV, hair dryer and come with all towels and toiletries.A high chair and travel cot are available. Bed linen for this is not provided.I am afraid that we do not take pets.

Halstead Green is a 5 double/twin bedroom former farm house and barn in Calderdale West Yorkshire. The area includes the towns of Hebden Bridge and Todmorden . The area lies about 10 miles from Bronte country and the town of Howarth, famous for the Bronte parsonage museum where literary family lived.The cultural centre of Hebden Bridge with its many independent shops, cafes and cinema is about 2 miles away and a short bus ride and Todmorden, with its traditional market and famous town hall is about 4 miles away. The area boasts many historic buildings, from weavers cottages and rural inns to former mills, often associated with the area’s long standing links to textile production. The surrounding countryside is highly accessible for walkers, horse riders and cyclists with wooded valleys, including the National Trust’s Hardcastle Crags, dry stone wall enclosed fields and rugged moorland and reservoirs “on the tops”, all on the doorstep. The Pennine Way passes within half a mile or so but there are many other footpaths, cycle routes and bridleways to exploreThe area lies between Manchester and Leeds .Halstead Green is in the hamlet of Colden, about two miles north-west of Hebden Bridge and near the historic village of Heptonstall. Land Farm open garden is located just along the lane. May’s shop is a general grocer and off-license and just a few minutes walk from Halstead Green. The New Delight Inn is also in Colden, serving food and drink and also hosting campers and caravanners.Th village of Heptonstall is about 1 miles from Colden. The writers Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath spent their early married life near the village. Sylvia Plath is buried in Heptonstall churchyard. The Ted Hughes Arvon Centre, “>Lumb Bank , is between Colden and Heptonstall, and the house which once belonged to them. Heptonstall is an impressive medieval village, with a myriad of weavers cottages an other ancient buildings, the most notable being the ruined church. Heptonstall has two pubs, The White Lion and The Crown Inn, a cafe and a post office, all close together towards the bottom of the road through the vilage, Smithwell Lane.There is a regular bus service to and from Hebden Bridge. From Hebden Bridge (or Todmorden) there are buses to the surrounding towns and villages and direct trains towards Manchester (about 1/2 hour) or Leeds (about 1 hour). The recently restored unique Grade I Listed Piece Hall in Halifax hosts a range of events year round and includes independent shops, galleries and restaurants. The area has been used for many film and television locations in recent years including Happy Valley, Last Tango in Halifax and Peterloo.

Expect a warm welcome at Hebden Bridge Hostel, which provides accommodation in small dorms, private rooms and a 6-bed bunkroom, all en suite. Nestled into woodland only a short walk from the town centre, the hostel makes the perfect base for hiking, sight-seeing, relaxing or experiencing Hebden Bridge’s vibrant café, music, arts & culture. Less than 500m from the Hebden Bridge Loop on the Pennine Way, the Calderdale Way, Hardcastle Crags, Route 66, Mary Townley Loop on te Pennine Bridleway and Le Tour 2014 cycle route. All-day access to the lobby. No evening curfew (but please respect other guests). Bed linen provided in dorms and private rooms. Bring sleeping bag and pillow for the budget bunkroom. Free internet, WiFi. Self-catering, vegetarian-only kitchen. Light organic cereal breakfast plus all day tea/coffee included.

Riverview bed and breakfast is situated on an elevated bank between the Rochdale canal and Calder river, less than a mile along the tow path from Callis Bridge, and is the closest accommodation to the Pennine Way at this point. It enjoys wonderful views of the surrounding hills and woodland that characterise this most southerly part of the Yorkshire Dales. Hebden Bridge town centre is a ten minute walk along the canal, where you can enjoy a vibrant and eclectic mix of cafes, restaurants, bars, shops, a theatre and the wonderful, historic Picture House. The famous Stubbing Wharf pub with its live music, storytelling, superb food and range of local and artisan ales is a 20 second walk from Riverview, in the other direction -great for weary walkers after a long day’s trek! Alternatively, we’re happy to recommend and book alternative restaurants if you wish to venture in to town.Riverview has one double and one twin room, each with its own bathroom. We offer a wide range of breakfasts and cater for vegetarian and vegans.  In addition, we’re happy to provide a packed lunch to see you on your way. We have drying facilities if the weather is less than clement and a sun porch to store boots, poles and backpacks. You’re welcome to use the garden where there is a table and chairs overlooking the hillside and woods opposite. We are happy to welcome well-behaved dogs for a nominal charge of £5.00 per night.

Originally a farmer’s cottage, now extended to be a comfortable countryside retreat, Rough Top is full of original features and character, providing you with a relaxing environment for your holiday. Rough Top is on the moorlands above Hebden Bridge near the Yorkshire border with Lancashire, a tranquil but easily accessible spot.At around 1300 feet above sea level you can be assured of some stunning views!Ideal for those wanting to get away from it all, Rough Top is situated in a quiet hilltop area with stunning views, plenty of walks and cycle routes for all abilities. You will be within easy walking distance of Bridestone’s Rocks, a popular haunt for climbers and scramblers. We are close to the Pennine Way + Pennine Bridleway so lots of walking to choose from. Once you’ve explored our local surroundings, you can return and relax in front of a roaring, log fire.We welcome well behaved dogs and even provide dog bowls should you forget your own but please bring your dogs own bed/crate! Please confirm this with the owner.The welcoming farmhouse kitchen is equipped with all kitchen implements and utensils, with the large table able to easily seat 8, handy if you’ve got friends or family locally to invite over. Your every need is supplied with lovely crockery and cutlery and when you’ve finished eating pop it all in the dishwasher!Your bedrooms are in keeping with the farmhouse style, with pine beds and brilliant views on tap! You will have one double and one twin room upstairs with a shower room and a single bedroom downstairs, also with a neighbouring shower room – handy if one of your party isn’t so keen on the stairs, or wants to be alone!If you’re interested in venturing off the hillside, Rough Top is situated on the Yorkshire/Lancashire Border, above Hebden Bridge and a short drive away from Haworth, the home of the Bronte sisters. To the west is Lancashire and Burnley is the nearest town with all the great shops you might need. You are also a 28 minute train ride from Manchester city centre as well as being easy distance for a day out in Leeds, Harrogate or Blackpool.Fancy a meal out? You will be spoiled for choice as we have just about every type of restaurant and take away you could possibly want. Ask your hosts for recommended eateries and takeaways- some will deliver.Looking for things to do on your stay? There is a golf course less than 2 miles away and Horse riding stables nearby, not to mention endless walks just filled with stunning scenery that you and your family and dog will just love.

Historic 18th century farmhouse with breathtaking views and inspiring interiors near the quirky, picturesque market town of Hebden Bridge in one of the most stunning and dramatic corners of Yorkshire. Set in a walker’s paradise in the hilltop village of Pecket Well overlooking the magnificent National Trust estate of Hardcastle Crags, Elmet Farmhouse provides luxurious self-catering accommodation for 6 people. Ideal for hikers, this outstanding holiday cottage is comfortable and spacious, with a large lounge with a woodburning stove and a roomy well-equipped farmhouse kitchen. Only 7 miles from Haworth and just a couple of minutes walk from a friendly pub, Elmet Farmhouse is well-placed for the Pennine Way with direct links at Stoodley Pike or Heptonstall via the Hebden Bridge Pennine Way Loop.Surrounded by spectacular countryside, with fantastic walks from the door in every direction through bluebell woods, hay meadows and heather moors, Elmet Farmhouse is perched above the steep wooded valley of Hardcastle Crags with panoramic vistas of the iconic monument of Stoodley Pike and the ancient village of Heptonstall. A superb spot for a walking holiday or a short break on the Pennine Way, this is the landscape that inspired the Bronte sisters and local poet Ted Hughes, whose book Remains of Elmet features the view from Elmet Farmhouse on its cover.Proud finalist in Welcome to Yorkshire’s 2016 White Rose Awards, Elmet Farmhouse is beautifully decorated and has a wonderful atmosphere with its 18th century stone fireplace, stone mullion windows and window seats. Warm and cosy, it is attractively furnished with Ercol and Scandinavian Modern furniture, striking vintage textiles and and lovely wallpapers and lamps by local designer Hannah Nunn. There are three light airy bedrooms (one double and two twins), two bathrooms (one with bath, both with showers), plus a utlity room with a washing machine and plenty of space for coats and boots. Outside is a pretty cottage garden brimming with flowers with a bench and two outdoor dining areas overlooking wild flower meadows and the rolling Pennine hills.The Robin Hood Inn in Pecket Well, just 5 minutes walk from Elmet Farmhouse, serves tasty home-cooked meals and award-winning Timothy Taylor’s ale. The Hare and Hounds Country Inn, renowned for its pies and curries, is also within strolling distance. Walkers and cyclists are both very welcome. A pre-booked pick-up and drop-off service for Pennine Way hikers is available by prior arrangement. Secure bike storage and bike-washing facilities are available. Elmet Farmhouse has plenty of parking for 3-4 cars. It’s also well served by public transport, with 3 buses an hour from Hebden Bridge railway station which stop at the top of the drive, and hourly buses to Haworth connecting to the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. Hebden Bridge has direct connections to Leeds, York, Manchester and Preston.Walkers love Elmet Farmhouse: ‘Perfect in every way – the welcome, the view, the attention to detail – all so appreciated at the end of our 2nd day on the Pennine Way.’ (Tish, Jane and Sara).

This spacious terraced cottage will comfortably accommodate up to five guests with two bedrooms, and an additional room on the first floor with a futon-style sofa bed that can either be used as an additional living/reading room or as an additional sleeping space for the fifth person. The ground floor living area has dividing doors between the living room and kitchen, so the two rooms can either be separated or kept open-plan, making the space lovely and bright. Outside there is a small, enclosed, rear yard and garden which backs on to the brook, ideal for your four-legged friend.Kelbrook, which was historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, is just 9 miles from Skipton, making this a great base from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales. Kelbrook has a fish and chip shop, petrol station/shop and there is a great dining pub just on the doorstep. A wider range of amenities can be found in Earby, 1½ miles away, Barnoldswick is 2½ miles or a little further Colne is 4 miles away. Ideal for walkers there are lots of nice walks right on the doorstep. The village of Foulridge, 2 miles, has a reservoir known as Lake Burwain, or you can take a walk along the Leeds/Liverpool Canal which passes through the village. Pendle Hill is just 9 miles away, or for a more challenging walk why not try Yorkshire’s 3 peaks?There are so many wonderful places to visit within easy driving distance, both coast and country. These include Skipton with its cobbled streets and Norman castle, 9 miles, Haworth and Bronte Country, 13 miles, Clitheroe, 15 miles, Ingleton, 28 miles and the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is 28 miles away.Should you wish to venture further afield, the Fylde Coast (whose popular resorts include Blackpool and Lytham St Anne’s) is around an hour’s drive, and the Lake District is just over an hour. Bradford and Manchester are just under an hour’s drive and Leeds is around 70 minutes by car. If you prefer to travel by train, there are trains from Colne into Blackpool and Preston, or from Skipton 9 miles into Leeds, Bradford, Carlisle, Lancaster and Morecambe. Train lovers may also want to experience the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway, 10 miles away. Shop ¼ mile, pub and restaurant 100 yards.Ground floor: Living room. Kitchen with dining area and tiled floor. First floor: 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 with single sofa bed. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet. Second floor (accessed via single sofa bed room): 1 twin bedroom.Gas coal-effect fires in living room and kitchen included. Oil fired heaters (in bedrooms), electric heater (bathroom), gas, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included. 32” Freeview TV. DVD. Gas hob. Electric oven. Microwave. Washing machine. Tumble dryer in outbuilding. Small enclosed yard with sitting-out area and furniture. On road parking. Cycle store. No smoking. NB: Brook at end of garden 20 yards.

This character semi-detached cottage is in the village of Hellifield near to Settlle in North Yorkshire and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.Three bedrooms: 2 x double with TV (one with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC), 1 x adult bunks. Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room. Sitting room with electric fire. Outhouse with shared pool table.Dales Valley View Barn is a character semi-detached cottage in the village of Hellifield near to Settle in North Yorkshire. The cottage can sleep six people in three bedrooms, comprising two doubles, one with en-suite facilities and adult bunks, as well as a family bathroom. The cottage also contains a kitchen, dining room, sitting room with electric fire and an outhouse with pool table. To the outside of the cottage is ample off road parking and a lawned garden with patio, furniture and barbecue. Dales Valley View Barn is a lovely cottage located in stunning countryside, making it suitable as an ideal holiday base.From heather-clad moors and limestone scars, to market towns and the steady pace of country life – the sublime Dales await you! Where else in Britain is it as satisfying to sit and do nothing as it is to explore the numerous pursuits on offer?The village of Hellifield lies between Settle and Skipton. It’s a thriving, community with a local pub, scattering of small shops and a historic railway station. The village nestles amongst the most picturesque rolling countryside. Hellifield grew as an important agricultural centre, where the moorlands of the Dales meet the pasturelands of the Ribble Valley. It later developed into a railway centre and the famous Settle-Carlisle Railway crosses some of the most beautiful and inspiring upland scenery in the country.

Situated in the idyllic Yorkshire Dales in a hamlet linking Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Hawks Barn is perfectly placed for all that is great about the ‘great outdoors’. Whether you are tackling the 3 Peaks Challenge or just one, taking on the trails mountain biking, road biking, pot holing in the local area, relaxing or just wanting to immerse yourself in the countryside, this is the place for you. Lovingly restored, it has 3 bedrooms, 2 lounges, a kitchen/ diner, boot/ drying room and a bathroom, all keeping the tradition charm mixed with a contemporary edge, go on, treat yourself to a slice of luxury!

Situated in the idyllic Yorkshire Dales in a hamlet linking Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Hawks Barn is perfectly placed for all that is great about the ‘great outdoors’. Whether you are tackling the 3 Peaks Challenge or just one, taking on the trails mountain biking, road biking, pot holing in the local area, relaxing or just wanting to immerse yourself in the countryside, this is the place for you. Lovingly restored, it has 3 bedrooms, 2 lounges, a kitchen/ diner, boot/ drying room and a bathroom, all keeping the tradition charm mixed with a contemporary edge, go on, treat yourself to a slice of luxury!

Located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, just half an hour’s drive from the Lake District, Spoutscroft Cottage is ideally located for couples and families wanting to explore the beautiful counties of Yorkshire, Cumbria and Lancashire. Dating back to the 1700s, this cosy cottage is full of charm and character, offering comfortable and homely accommodation in the heart of the Dales. On the ground floor, there is a welcoming living room with a flagged stone floor, exposed stone work, window seat, and a fireplace with a cosy, open fire. A beautiful hand-made kitchen, separate utility area and shower room complete the downstairs accommodation. On the first floor are two comfortable bedrooms, both with wooden floors and ornamental fireplaces. There is also a good sized family bathroom with wooden floor and beams. Outside to the front of the property is a pretty cottage garden with a patio area, and to the rear is a seating area (accessed via four steps) which backs on to the open countryside that surrounds the village.The cottage occupies a great position within the popular village of Austwick which has a local shop/post office and pub which serves food as well as a tennis court and children’s play area. There is also an award-winning restaurant within a mile. A wider range of amenities can be found in the bustling market town of Settle, 5 miles away, including some great pubs, shops and supermarkets. The popular village of Ingleton, which is just 7 miles away, is well known for its caves and waterfalls and also has an open air swimming pool.A perfect base for those who love the great outdoors, there is an abundance of walks to suit every ability, quite literally from the doorstep. For those who like to be challenged why not try Yorkshire’s famous Three Peaks? Cycling is another popular activity in these parts and for guests wanting to bring their own bicycles there is bike storage on site. The village itself is on a National Cycle Route and there are plenty of other great cycling opportunities in the area including great mountain biking at Gisburn Forest, 12 miles away. Other activities available locally include golf, caving and potholing. Being close to the border of Cumbria, Spoutscroft Cottage is also very well located for exploring the Lake District. Kendal can be reached in half an hour by car and Windermere in under an hour. Other places worth visiting within easy driving distance include the city of Lancaster, 22 miles away, Skipton, 20 miles, Levens Hall, 24 miles, Bolton Abbey, 28 miles, Ribble Valley, 20 miles and the Forest of Bowland which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 25 miles away. Harrogate, Haworth/Bronte Country and Blackpool are just over an hour’s drive. For those wanting to visit the coast, Morecambe Bay can be reached in 45 minutes and Blackpool is just over an hour’s drive. Should you wish to leave the car behind, there are regular buses from the village into Settle, Lancaster and Kirkby Lonsdale. Alternatively why not take a ride on the Settle-Carlisle railway. Shop 400 yards, pub ½ mile and restaurant 1 mile.Please visit website for more details.

The New Inn situated a few miles away from Settle is an eighteenth century Coaching Inn that has been lovingly and carefully restored in 2013 to offer quality modern accommodation. Set in the magnificent Yorkshire Dales National Park this hotel offers free Wi-Fi and high standards of accommodation at affordable prices and is ideal for visiting many places such as the nearby Lake District, Leeds and Lancaster or enjoy a trip on the Settle/Carlisle Railway. Whatever your requirements The New Inn is the perfect retreat.A traditional Yorkshire Dales hotel with all bedrooms having full central heating, their own bathrooms, colour televisions, telephones, hair dryers, tea and coffee trays and ample writing space, designed to make your stay “home from home”.Excellent facilities are provided with a Residents’ Lounge situated on the first floor, first class restaurant and two bars. Head chef Simon Walker uses local produce wherever possible. The hotel also boasts a traditional wood burning stove to enjoy in the Winter months.The New Inn offers many attractions such as walking in the Yorkshire Dales, or walk the three Peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pen-y-Ghent. Or maybe you could enjoy a day out on the Settle/Carlisle Railway or play Golf at nearby centres. Drive and explore the beautiful surrounding Dales and villages. Visit the Lake District, only a short drive away and see the many Castles, Abbeys and Stately Homes of the area.Over thousands of years water erosion through the limestone has formed many amazing sights, such as Ingleborough Cave, which is festooned with stalactites and stalagmites, or Gaping Gill the most dramatic of North Yorkshire’s pot holes where water hurtles down in a single jet over 365ft to the floor. An exotic collection of trees, bushes and plants, many of them brought from the East by Reginald Farrer, the botanist, can be seen by the lake at the top of the village and along the nature trail.

The ground floor accommodation in this well appointed property is able to sleep two people in a zip-and-link double bed, which can be arranged as two singles with prior notice.All ground floor. One king-size double bed (zip/link, can be twin on request). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin & WC. Open plan living area with kitchen, dining area & sitting area, separated from double bed by Victorian screen. Rear entrance to approx 4 steps leading to patio area.Formerly a blacksmith’s workshop, this cottage is located in the heart of Grassington – one of the most popular villages in the Yorkshire Dales. This beautiful ground floor studio has been well furnished to provide elegant accommodation in a fabulous spot. This is a great location for a couple on a romantic break or for a pair of friends to enjoy the stunning scenery of North Yorkshire. Just a minute’s walk from the village centre, the cottage is well placed for local amenities and activities within the area such as those at Bolton Abbey, the Yorkshire Dales National Park and Grassington itself.From heather-clad moors and limestone scars, to market towns and the steady pace of country life – the sublimeDales await you! Where else in Britain is it as satisfying to sit and do nothing as it is to explore the numerous pursuits on offer?With traditional stone cottages and shops clustered around the cobbled market place, Grassington is one of the most charming villages in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and offers exceptional shopping facilities for a settlement of its size. With a monthly farmer’s market offering a mouth-watering range of organic and home-made produce from farms nearby, it’s easy for visitors to discover real, local food. This is also an excellent area for walking with the River Wharfe and extensive Grass Woods to the north offering stunning scenery as a backdrop. Bolton Abbey with its Abbey ruins, the Priory and the famous “Strid Walk” is close by and offers a number of interesting sights as does the elegant town of Ilkley, situated in the shadow of the famous Ilkley Moor.

We’ve been named Yorkshire’s Favourite Pub 2019, at the Great Yorkshire Show; a fantastic achievement and accolade that honours our amazing team.Located in Malham, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, The Lister Arms is a traditional country inn with wood beams, open fires and home-cooked food. Rooms are cosy, stylish and filled with all the comforts of home. Enjoy tea and coffee making facilities, comfortable beds and plump pillows, en-suite bathrooms with shower and complimentary toiletries.Indulge in a delicious menu filled with seasonal produce which means the menus are ever-changing and dishes are wholesome and hearty. Taste dishes which are freshly prepared to order using quality local ingredients, sourced from trusted suppliers in the area including delicious cuts of meat, seasonal vegetable and cheeses. Try the famous Lister home-made pies.Right on the Pennine Way, it’s the perfect place to stop for a well-earned drink with real ales and fine wines, served in the bar.  Or take a seat outside and watch village life wander by, the ducks on the village green and the occasional herd of sheep head up the hill. The inn is family friendly and dog-friendly – so you can all enjoy a warm welcome. We have dog-friendly rooms, and your four-legged friend is always welcome in the bar for dinner and drinks with you next to the roaring log fire.