- £391 per week
- £56 per night
- 6 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 double beds
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 1 bathroom
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Enclosed garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
How far to...?
- Beach 44 miles
- Pub 2 miles
- Shop 2 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack provided
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
- Ground floor toilet
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Luke’s House is a stone built traditional Dales cottage and is tucked away on a `no through' lane between the villages of Bainbridge and Askrigg. The property is grade II listed and dates back to 1604. This well-equipped cottage boasts character and charm at every turn with beamed ceilings, window seats, stained glass windows and an Inglenook fireplace featuring a solid fuel stove which is ideal to cosy up in front of after a busy day exploring the Yorkshire Dales. There is a south facing garden with uninterrupted views over the fields and the Dale beyond. This would make an ideal peaceful retreat for simply enjoying the surrounding scenery or for walking direct from the door with both villages within easy walking distance. The popular market towns of Leyburn and Hawes are close by.
Entrance hallway: Cloak and boot storage.
Kitchen/Diner: Electric hob, oven, grill, microwave, fridge with icebox, dishwasher, washer/dryer. Dining table and chairs, window seat, double aspect windows with views over the Dale. Beamed ceiling, radio/CD player. Traditional desk and chair.
Lounge: 2 leather sofas and pouffe, comfortable chair, coffee table, sideboard, wood burning stove in feature stone surround and stone hearth (solid fuel only), TV with Freeview, DVD. Window seat.
Shower Room: Toilet, washbasin.
Inner Hallway: 10 stone stairs to first floor.
Bedroom 1: Double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, wooden beamed ceiling, window seat with open views over the Dale.
Bedroom 2: Twin beds, wardrobe with drawers, wooden beamed ceiling, views over the Dale.
Bedroom 3: Double bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers, chair, window seat, triple aspect windows with views over the surrounding countryside, feature wooden ceiling.
Bathroom: One step up, shower, washbasin, toilet.
Pets: Two dogs welcome.
Parking: Onsite parking for one large or two small cars.
Heating: Oil central heating, solid fuel stove in lounge.
Garden/Patio: Enclosed garden with picnic bench and stunning open views over the Dale.
Short Breaks: Short breaks available all year round.
Notes: Towels are provided. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is variable.
Shop: 2 miles Pub: 2 miles
Great week in Lukes House. We have our 2 sons and their families in Lukes Barn next door. 14 of us altogether! We first stayed in Lukes House in 1984 when we had 2 very small children and fell in love with Skelgill Lane and have been coming back regularly ever since. We are all sad to be leaving and hope to make it back soon.
Lovely, well equipped cottage in a relaxing location. Can recommend the drive up to Tan Hill. Fantastic views on a clear day and good food in the pub. Kirkby Lonsdale is worth a visit too.
Absolutely stunning cottage! Me and the girls were happy with our weekend.
Quiet location. Well equipped wit everything required for a great stay.
Lovely quiet North Yorkshire break. Visited friends in the area and had a beautiful drive over the tops from Carpeby to Askrigg. Stunning!
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 imprisoned 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 a village bakery with a delicatessen and coffee shop. Askrigg also has a village store and newsagents.