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We recommend booking soon. Try adjusting your dates or nights. Set in an elevated position up a farm track, from which the true magnificence of the Yorkshire Dales National Park can be readily appreciated, this refurbished farmhouse retains original features such as beams which in places date back to the 17th century.

It is ideally placed for walking direct from the door or for a holiday touring the whole of the Dales. The historic market town of Skipton with its castle, golf course, swimming pool and trips on the canal is just a short drive and offers a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.

Whilst the local village of Grassington is even closer to hand and offers individual country shops and has an excellent selection of pubs and restaurants. The community in Grassington promotes many activities with special Christmas markets and plays host in summer to a celebration of the arts with concerts as diverse as opera and rock, with individual guest speakers and comedians tickets can be purchased online. With electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.

With washing machine and tumble dryer. With zip and link twin beds can be super kingsize on request. With kingsize bed and en-suite with shower cubicle and toilet. With shower over bath, and toilet. Oil central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and Wi-Fi included.

Fuel for open fire available locally. Garden with patio and garden furniture. There is a raised area and stone steps in the garden. Try changing dates or nights. Part of the family. Start a new Search. Start a new search This property is unavailable for your chosen dates.

Start a new search. Info Single Property Bedrooms: Amenities No Pets Open fire Parking. Get access to exclusive member prices on this property. Join Now or Already a member login here. Delightful Grassington Cottage sleeping up to 10 guests. There were amazing views from the farmhouse. I do think though that the fridge was very small for 10 people and the two hole toaster was very small. Apart from that, we loved the farmhouse and the area.

Emma — 20 May "Great place. Maybe provide a BBQ? Beatrice — 22 Apr "Fantastic cottage, as a family with young children this was a great place to stay, all the amenities were there for us, beds were comfortable, bedrooms spacious, no one felt crowded and there were 9 of us including children, would definitely recommend if you enjoy watching the valley in the Yorkshire dales".

Lorraine — 8 Feb "Lovely location and views. Most Windows had failed so only saw condensation not views. Bathroom needs TLC , fan sink plug and grouting very dirty. Cottage described as fuel provided for open fire. It isn't and there is no shop in the village to buy it from.

Couldn't get cars up the track to the cottage, had to leave them. Grit and a shovel at the cottage would be a good idea for guests with no 4 wheel drive". Patricia — 11 Dec "Had a great weekend staying at the Farmhouse, walked into Grassington only 2 miles. House was very warm and comfortable. Sarjit — 28 Oct "The views alone make this property well worth the price! The cottage had everything we needed and the kids loved running up and down the hill.

This is a stunning property in a breathtaking location. John — 18 Sep "Lovely cottage with great views. Good for mixed families. Bedding towels and kitchen equipment good. Easy walk downhill to village pub but very steep coming back! Lesley — 10 Sep "The farmhouse exceeded our expectations and the views were amazing. Miss Vicky — 26 Aug "Lovely farmhouse , well equipped for large families. Katharine — 9 Jul "Lovely farmhouse, short stay before my wedding day! It was a picturesque place to get ready for the big day.

Diana — 14 May "We loved the farmhouse. Beautiful location with amazing views. The cottage had everything we needed with comfortable beds and a well equipped kitchen. The only thing missing was logs for the fire which would have been good as we arrived on a chilly evening and a real fire would have been perfect for the evening. There are great walks on the doorstep which we enjoyed.

All in all a peaceful and relaxing stay with a great group of friends. S — 15 Apr "We had a brilliant week here. Excellent location and worked superbly for 10 friends celebrating a 50 th birthday. Comfortable, well equipped, unrivalled views. We will be back. Lee — 8 Apr "Fantastic location. Jordan — 19 Mar "Loved our weekend away for my Mum's 50th. Plenty of space in a beautiful farmhouse.

Stunning scenery in the Dales. Kerry — 12 Mar "A lovely location , this was ideal for our trip to a family wedding in a nearby village. The cottage has plenty of space, there were 9 of us staying here. The kids loved the outdoor space. Barbara — 26 Feb "An excellent location with stunning views.

Cosy with the log burner though we had to take our own logs. Good drying facilities for wet walkers! Paul — 22 Jan "There were a few issues which we would like to raiseThe fridge freezer was too small for a group of 10There was no fuel for the fire although it said they were included. Nicky — 8 Jan "Had a fabulous weekend at Pickering cottage with a group of friends to celebrate a special bday, was perfect.

Is set in a lovely rural location but still walking distance to local village of grassington which is so picturesque. The cottage was well equipped and very clean. Will definitely be visiting again. Patricia — 28 Dec "We were there over Christmas with a decorated tree to greet us in the house. Fantastic location with views over the valley from all rooms. Lovely walks from the house. The house has everything you would need and very comfortable.

RON — 11 Dec "Excellent stay,had everything we needed for a lovely family break, but stay was too short". Julia — 13 Nov "A group of 10 friends enjoyed a fabulous weekend at S The large and well furnished cottage was warm and cosy throughout. Lots of thoughtful touches and extremely clean. Absolutely beautiful scenery from all angles. We will definately visit again and would recommend it to others. Andrea — 6 Nov "A wonderful place, relaxing and home from home.

Neil "Fantastic location with stunning views. Great propert, just in need of some decorating and a second on-suite bathroom. Trish "I hired the house with friends for a surprise 50th get-together.

Every single one of us was blown-away by the breathtaking location. The house is clean, tidy, comfortable and perfect for a special occasion. We are waiting to get dates together to get back again in early because that location is genuinely magnetic. We had a brilliant family birthday celebration weekend. Ruth "Great place to stay, it's like going to a viewpoint but it's private. Very comfortable cottage, delighted to make a return visit.

Confirmed guest "We have stayed here on numerous occasions and each time we have enjoyed all the home comforts it offers. Av "Cottage was clean and cosyEverything you could need is thereWe would definitely return".


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You have a choice — Swaledale, Wensleydale, Nidderdale or Wharfedale — all equally lovely. From Pateley Bridge, Nidderdale gets rather remote after Lofthouse where you cross the moor to Masham say Massam where ale is brewed. One of the most delightful walks in the Yorkshire Dales is a 4. There are two pubs on the way around, so you might not need to take a packed lunch, but bottled water should be in your backpacks.

This route takes in many of the delights of the Yorkshire Dales — it takes you along the river, over farmland and along the limestone pavement. There is a lovely church in Hubberholme, where you can spot the little mouse trademark carved into the pews by the maker. Clive Platman, West Midlands. Ingleton is a good base: See wild orchids on the waterfall walk at Aysgarth.

Delightful Dent, charming Clapham and, the best, majestic Malham with its tarn and unusual limestone features. A small diversion takes you to Gordale Scar, then backtrack to rejoin the path to Malham where the views are spectacular; it's a good walk down to the cove where the water appears from nowhere. A very special place. After many years of enjoying holidays in the Yorkshire Dales, we would suggest using Leyburn, on the eastern edge of the Dales, as an ideal base.

As well as being a delightfully understated market town with access to the whole Dales area, it puts you in striking distance of the quieter unspoilt area between the Dales and the North York Moors. Masham, Bedale, Middleham and Jervaulx are highly recommended.

Leave town by bus to a nearby village then walk back along a scenic rural route. There is no better base than Beamsley Hospital landmarktrust. Go in spring, walk through the Bolton Abbey Estate woods carpeted in bluebells and watch the drama of the River Wharfe as it is forced through a narrow point at The Strid; lunch at the Craven Arms, Appletreewick craven-cruckbarn. For a weekend visit or a longer visit, stay in either the spa town of Ilkley, or in The Angel Inn at Hetton angelhetton.

From either you can easily explore my favourite area, Wharfedale, visiting Bolton Abbey, Burnsall, Grassington and Kettlewell, admiring the changing views and stopping off for strolls or hikes along the way. Take a day to visit the market town of Skipton with its castle and ride the steam train at Embsay. For lunch go to Buffers at Storiths How you visit is determined by your available energy.

For those able to get up close and personal to nature, walkingcaveman. Danes, Norseman and Romans have all left their mark, industries have flourished here, farming, wool trade and textile production, now tourism. Canon Alan Hughes, Northumberland. The countryside surrounding Masham is like an old, well-loved treasure chest to me in which I still find enchanting surprises.

One of these is Hackfall Woods, which covers the natural gorge of the River Ure. As we strolled through meadowland and over a stile into the woods, I felt I had walked into Narnia, as a hidden landscape opened before us.

In the 18th century, it was owned by the Aislaby family, who created a woodland garden that invites you to explore its many paths.

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What's on in Yorkshire this month? Find out with the popular Dalesman events guide for Yorkshire, including the Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors and coast. Barbara. Retired RGN district nurse, Midwife and psychiatric enrolled Nurse. Just to say this site is brilliant, I will be getting in touch with old comrades to try and get what info I can. Buckden Parish Community Web-site. The parish of Buckden lies on the Dales Way, at the northern end of Wharfedale and consists of the village itself, nestling under the impressive bulk of Buckden Pike, as well as the hamlets of Cray, Hubberholme, Raisgill, Yockenthwaite, Deepdale, Beckermonds, Oughtershaw and Greenfield.