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Loaning Cottage00353 87 2903499
Loaning Cottage
Welcome to Loaning Cottage. This cosy holiday house in the Yorkshire Dales is available for holiday rental all year and provides the perfect base for exploring the beautiful area of the Yorkshire Dales with its glorious landscape, fascinating history and friendly villages.
Ivy Dene Guest House
Ivy Dene is a 300-year-old listed Dales former farmhouse in the Wensleydale village of West Witton, Wensleydale. The valley of the river Yore (Ure), is the largest and many consider the most picturesque of the Yorkshire Dales and Ivy Dene is approximately midway between the well-known Dales beauty spot of Aysgarth Falls and the charming Dales market town of Leyburn.
The Old Star01969 622949
The Old Star
The Old Star is a 17th century former coaching inn, now a family run guest house. With oak beams and log fire in the lounge this characterful reasonably priced en suite accommodation has uninterrupted views across Wensleydale. The Old Star is the perfect base for walking, cycling or touring in the Yorkshire Dales.
Abbots Thorn - A Country B&B
Abbots Thorn is a 200 year-old, traditional, stone-built, former Dales farmhouse that reputedly has the only round chimney stacks in the Dales. Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Abbots Thorn is in Coverdale's principal village of Carlton with stunning views south towards West Scrafton.
Layhead Farm Cottages
Layhead Farm Holiday Cottages comprises an 18th Century farmhouse together with its stone barns, which have been carefully converted into comfortable, self catering holiday accommodation in the YORKSHIRE DALES and are of a very high standard. Tucked away down a private and secluded lane, Layhead Farm lies close to the village centre of Rathmell, near SETTLE. Here walled fields stretch up to rugged moors and fells or down through the lush meadows of the River Ribble Valley.