You can book this holiday cottage from:
- £436 per week
- £62 per night
- 6 Guests
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
- 2 single Zip&Link beds
- Washing machine
- Tumble dryer
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 WCs
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Enclosed garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
How far to...?
- Beach 33 miles
- Pub 0.1 miles
- Shop 5 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack provided
- Countryside views
- No more than 2 pets
- Check in: 4PM
- Check out: 10AM
- Ground floor toilet
- Ground floor bath/shower room
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
South View Cottage is a traditional stone-built listed property which was built in the 1700’s and restored in 1801. The property is located in Horton in Ribblesdale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is ideal for groups of friends or family who are looking to holiday together in this beautiful part of Yorkshire. The village pub is a short stroll away from the front of the cottage, whilst to the rear there is a furnished patio area and a garden which leads down to the river. This cottage is ideal for those of you looking to walk the Yorkshire Three Peaks or Pennine Way as the walks are from the doorstep. The kitchen has Victorian wall tiles which enhance the traditional country feel.
The local market towns of Hawes and Settle are a short drive away and have many traditional Dales pubs, quirky shops and friendly tea rooms, the Wensleydale Creamery is worth a visit, here you can sample the locally produced cheeses and the café is an ideal place to stop for homemade cake. From Horton you can board a steam train on the dramatic Settle to Carlisle railway.
Hallway: Cloak and boot storage
Utility Room: Washing machine, tumble dryer, secure cycle storage.
Cloakroom: Small bath with seat and shower over, toilet, washbasin.
Lounge/Dining Room: Dining table and chairs, two comfortable chairs, window seat, beamed ceiling, traditional Yorkshire Range and wood burning stove in feature stone surround, bookcase, Smart TV with DVD player. Window shutters. Door to garden and patio area.
Lounge: One small step down, two comfortable sofas, two comfortable chairs, coffee table, open fire (welcome pack of fuel provided), bookcase, TV with DVD player, views over the garden and towards the river.
Kitchen: One small step down, electric cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, dining table and chairs.
FIRST FLOOR: 12 steps up
Bedroom 1: Double bed, chest of drawers, dressing table, fitted wardrobes, window shutters, views over the garden and river.
Bedroom 2: One small step down. Twin beds, fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers, chair, window seat, views over the garden and river.
Bedroom 3: One small step down. Twin beds (super king size on request), chest of drawers, hanging space for clothes.
Bathroom: Bath with shower over, washbasin, toilet.
Pets: Two pets welcome.
Parking: One space at the front of the property for unloading, parking for 2 medium cars at the front and to the side of the garage a short walk from the property.
Heating: LPG central heating, Wood burning stove in dining room, open fire in the lounge.
Garden/Patio: Furnished patio area, further garden is through the gate which comes to the river which has a low stone wall. Please note children should be supervised at all times as there is a river at the bottom of the garden.
Short Breaks: Accepted all year round, booking restrictions apply for peak times.
Notes: WiFi, iPod docking station, bluetooth speaker. Towels and linen included. Please note the doorways are low; care should be taken when entering the dining room and kitchen.
Shop: 5 miles Pub: 50 yards.
Horton-in-Ribblesdale is a village located within the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is close to the source of the River Ribble. A popular base for walkers, many of whom are completing the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, Pen-y-Ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. Being within the limestone area of the Yorkshire Dales Horton-in-Ribblesdale is also popular with cavers, pot-holers and anyone looking for stunning countryside.
The village has two traditional pubs, The Crown lies right on the Pennine Way and welcomes weary travellers with log fires, local ales, as does the Golden Lion which has stone flagged floors in the bar area especially for those with muddy boots and muddy paws. You will find the celebrated Pen-y-Ghent cafe and shop in the centre of Horton. It is known as the official start and timing point for the Three Peaks Walk because of the old ticket punching machine inside. A short drive away are the popular market towns of Settle and Ingleton, each having plenty of quirky shops, tea rooms and Dales pubs.