- £332 per week
- £47 per night
- 5 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- No Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 double bed
- 1 single bed
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Family friendly
- Travel cot
- On-street parking
How far to...?
- Beach 40 miles
- Pub 0.2 miles
- Shop 4.6 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
Important - please note
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Located in the ever popular village of Bainbridge, Newkin House is a traditional stone cottage which has recently been refurbished to a high standard and provides very comfortable accommodation for families and couples alike. With lots of original features including beamed ceilings, latched doors, wooden window shutters and oak floors there is plenty of character and charm. The lounge, with a large leather sofa, is perfect for relaxing in after a day exploring the Dales, and the multi-fuel stove will warm any cooler evening for those cosy nights in. The kitchen diner is of very good quality and provides a superb social space when cooking and dining, or you may choose to make the most of the patio space outdoors. Upstairs, the bedrooms and contemporary bathroom provide a good level of comfort.
Bainbridge, in the middle of picturesque Wensleydale, is one of the favourite villages of visitors to the Yorkshire Dales. The wide village greens, children's play area and the local pub which serves food, enjoy a backdrop of the fells making this one of the prettiest villages. Basic supplies are available at the small village store in Sycamore Hall whilst a variety of shops can be found just four and a half miles away. The market towns of Hawes and Leyburn lie at either end of Wensleydale and the area is wonderful for walking, cycling and simply enjoying the stunning scenery.
Entrance: Stable door to
Kitchen/Diner: with slate floor, electric range cooker, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, washer/dryer, Nespresso coffee machine. Dining table and chairs, dresser.
Lounge: Multi-fuel stove (welcome pack of fuel provided), TV with Freeview and streaming (Roku) device to log on to Netflix accounts and use iPlayer etc comfortable seating, rocking chair, solid oak wooden floor. Stairs to first floor.
Outside storage room: Bike and boot storage. Storage for wet walking clothes, freezer.
Bedroom 1: King-size bed, tall boy wardrobe, bookcase. Pent ceiling with original beam.
Bedroom 2: Double bed, dressing table. (Fitted wardrobe on the landing).
Bedroom 3: Single bed, bookcase.
Bathroom: Bath with electric shower over, washbasin, toilet.
Pets: Sorry, no pets.
Parking: At the side of the property on a first come first served basis. Further parking at the side of the village green 50 yards away.
Heating: Multi fuel stove (welcome pack of fuel provided), oil central heating.
Garden/Patio: Paved area with seating to the front of the cottage.
Short Breaks: Accepted at any time.
Shop: 4.6 miles. Pub: 0.2 miles.
Notes: Towels are provided. Unlimited WiFi is available free of charge. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is variable.
A great base for our break hiking the Three Peaks. Cottage clea, snug and well equipped. Would love longer. Thank you
It was a lovely cosy cottage everything was very good.
Lovely little cottage and beautifully clean! Nice couple of days visiting local attractions - White Scar Caves - amazing! and Hardraw Falls.
Lovely quiet village for a peaceful holiday. Cottage very cosy and well equipped. We enjoyed our stay here.
Lovely stay in this beautiful cottage again. Weather perfect, scenery magnificent! So much to see and do!
Lovely stay in this beautiful cottage again. Weather perfect, scenery magnificent! Lovely drive to Ingleton, can recommend the waterfalls walk but strong boots are a must! 10 falls, but we managed only 7, really well worth it! The drive to Kendall and on to Windermere is also a good trip! So much to see and do in such a short time! Thank you, Neil & Kate
We Cochranes have loved our stay and we loved the charm and character not to mention the comfy beds! the girls loved playing at the park and we enjoyed sitting at the Rose & Crown watching the world go by! Such a delightful little house.
Fantastic property in a wonderful location with everything you could want
I would stay again!!!
Thank you for helping us celebrate our 35 years! Newkin House is beautifully done. Ingrid Flute's were very quick to answer questions/concerns. We took the footpath straight up the hill and it is a place made in heaven. Isn't that why we all love this area? What a wonderful holiday. The Dales are a one of a kind place that bows to nowhere on earth. Truly an exceptional vacation home. Thank you.
Lovely break in Yorkshire- Newkin House was a perfect base!
The little village of Bainbridge is located in the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park, making it a beautiful place to enjoy a relaxing self-catering break. Located just 4 miles from the bustling market town of Hawes, the village benefits from having a small local shop, a local butcher, quaint little tea rooms and a pretty village green with its own stocks! The local pub, The Rose and Crown, is reputed to be the oldest pub in Yorkshire which has been running since 1445. The pub serves food and has a lovely inglenook open fireplace to snuggle in front of on an evening.
The remains of a roman fort, Verosidum, were found to the east of the village which is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument and there is also a roman road which is popular with cyclists and walkers. The local equestrian centre offers pony trekking around the local area and fishing is available in Semerwater lakes. The village used to be at the centre of the large Wensleydale forest and still today the villagers retain their tradition of blowing the village ox horn three times at sunset each evening to call the foresters and travellers safely back to the village. The village is close to many popular attractions. The local landmark, Aysgarth Falls, a beautiful tiered waterfall that featured in the film Robin Hood Prince of Thieves, is just 10 minutes away by car and Forbidden Corner is just 14 miles away.
The charming market town of Hawes has been around as far back as 1307 and is still delightinng visitors to this day. Standing between Buttertubs and Fleet Moss, the name Hawes literally means 'a pass between mountains' and the town's beautiful setting in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales means you're never far from a breathtaking view and ideally located to access many of the Dale's most popular visistors attractions. The town's market is held every Tuesday selling a great selection of locally produced food and drink, however if you can't wait until then to sample some of the area's lovely food- pay a visit to the the Wensleydale Creamery, located just on the outskirts of the town to see how the famous cheese is made (and try a bit for yourself!). For lovers of the outdoors, there are many fantastic walks in the area such as the Hawes Mosaic Trail and circular walks to nearby Aysgarth Falls, a stunning waterfall over limestone steps.