- £391 per week
- £56 per night
- 5 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 king/super-king beds
- 1 single bed
- 1 bathroom
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Enclosed garden
- On-street parking
How far to...?
- Beach 42 miles
- Pub 0.1 miles
- Shop 0.2 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
Important - please note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
- Ground floor toilet
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
This high-quality stone built character cottage which is centrally located in the popular village of Askrigg in the Yorkshire Dales national park, has a woodburning stove in the lounge, which gives the cottage a lovely cosy feel. Sleeping up to five people in three bedrooms this is an ideal home away from home for families or friends looking to holiday together in this Dales village. The property has a modern fitted kitchen with granite style worktops, Belfast sink and a range cooker. There is a rear terraced garden and also a pretty south facing cottage garden from where you can enjoy al fresco dining. This popular Dales village with its ancient market cross, notable church and cobbled central square was once home to the fictional surgery of Dales vet James Herriot, whilst the Kings Arms became the setting for the Drover’s Arms. There are many footpaths around the village for a short stroll or if you are looking for more of a challenge can walk further along the valley to Hawes or eastwards to Carperby, Aysgarth Falls, Castle Bolton and Redmire. Askrigg has excellent places to eat including two pubs, a hotel, tea room and deli. There is also a general provision shop and an antique shop. It is a great base for exploring all the Yorkshire Dales has to offer
Entrance: Door to hallway with hanging space for cloaks.
Cloakroom: Washbasin, toilet.
Lounge: Two 2 seater comfortable sofas, rocking arm chair, ercol furniture, feature fireplace with multi fuel stove (welcome pack of fuel provided), Smart TV, oak coffee table.
Dining Room: Dining table and chairs, French doors to rear garden.
Understair’s cupboard: Freezer
Kitchen: Electric range cooker, fridge with icebox, dishwasher, washing machine, Belfast sink, stable door to garden, tiled floor.
Storage room: Storage for coats and boots.
Bedroom 1: King-size bed, dressing table with mirror, fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom 2: Wrought iron style King-size bed, fitted wardrobes, dressing table with mirror.
Bedroom 3: Single bed, fitted wardrobe.
Bathroom: Bath with electric shower over, washbasin, toilet.
Pets: Sorry, no pets.
Parking: Street parking to the side of the property, further free parking in the nearby village car park.
Heating: Multi fuel stove (welcome pack of fuel provided), oil central heating.
Garden/Patio: Patio area and garden to the front and rear of the property.
Short Breaks: Short breaks accepted all year round.
Notes: Towels are provided. Unlimited WiFi is available free of charge. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is variable. There is no stair gate available for this property.
Shop: 0.2 miles. Pub: 0.1 miles.
Excellent cottage in a great location. Walk in straight from the door. Best food in Kings Arms excellent food at Aysgarth Falls
Easy to book, perfect cottage in beautiful location with good pubs serving excellent food.
Beautiful cottage with everything included for a wonderful stay. Perfect location with great pubs and food
Beautiful cottage so cozy and had everything we needed.Ben became very attached to little to lamb. We loved walking to and admiring the abundance of waterfalls. Such a great introduction to walking for our little boy. Probably the best holiday cottage we have ever stayed in. Thank you so much
A very well-appointed, cosy cottage, with quality fittings, crockery and appliances in a beautiful and very convenient location
Chapel Cottage was wonderful. Amazing location plus it was really cosy and very comfortable.
A very cosy cottage with exceptional walks all around. Great area with some nice choices of where to eat. The views in the surrounding area are exceptional. Lovely Wentworth Puzzle for those who like this sort of thing. All in all a great stay.
Lovely cottage , has a really eventful and full holiday, beautiful area and so much to do highly recommend the Humble Pie. And Ramsey's mobile fish and chip van on Wednesday Evenings at 6.30. Had an exceptional meal at the Wensleydale Heifer in West Witton.
A beautiful cottage and a vert enjoyable stay. Lots of great walks in the hills, followed by some even greater beer Wonderful
The best holiday cottage we have ever had - excellent quality - a real home from home
This was a lovely property in a great location. The village of Askrigg is perfect for a holiday, with plenty to do nearby and pubs, cafes, great walks from the village. The cottage was really well equipped and very comfortable. Neighbours were super friendly. We loved it!
A very welcoming property - well prepared, spotless and nice, warm and cosy. More than happy to return again. Our 3rd stay in Askrigg but first time at Chapel Cottage and it was the best we have stayed in Askrigg
Fantastic week, beautiful cottage. Enjojed visiting Hawes, White Scar Caves,and Aysgarth Falls. Neighbours are really helpful.
Lovely week. Cottage has everything you need. Lots to see and do within easy distance.
Such a perfect cottage, so well appointed.
A truly wonderful week, a lovely place to stay.
Spotlessly clean, warm and comfortable and not a drop of rain! Lots of local walks.
The small Wensleydale village of Askrigg is an idyllic location to enjoy a self-catering break. The sights of the Yorkshire Dales National Park surround you, with the bustling market towns of Hawes, Leyburn and Northallerton being just a short drive away where you'll find lovely independent shops, cafes and restaurants. The village is famous for being the setting of fictional Darrowby in tv's All Creatures Great and Small, though in the 18th century was hive of industry when it became a centre for the textiles and knitting trade. It is also thought that Mary Queen of Scots was imprisioned in Askrigg's Nappa Hall before being moved further down the dale to Castle Bolton. Today in the village you'll find three pubs, The Crown Inn (which dates back to 1850), The White Rose Hotel and the Kings Arms. The village also is home to some great tea rooms such as Humble Pie Fawcett & Guy and The Corn Mill Tea Room, a village bakery with a delicatessen, a village store and newsagents.