You can book this holiday cottage from:
- £991 per week
- £142 per night
- 8 Guests
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 2 king/super-king beds
- 4 single Zip&Link beds
- Washing machine
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Enclosed garden, courtyard or patio
- On-street parking
How far to...?
- Beach 46 miles
- Pub 0.1 miles
- Shop 0.1 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack provided
- Countryside views
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Fellside is a well-equipped picturesque house in the charming village of Kettlewell, nestled within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The property sleeps up to eight people in four bedrooms and is within walking distance of the village pubs, tea rooms, shop and the River Wharf.
This delightful property benefits from quality oak furniture, oak doors, underfloor heating in both bathrooms and oozes quality at every turn. The location is ideal for exploring all the local market towns such as Skipton, with its famous castle, quaint shops and popular pubs. Why not take a leisurely boat trip on the popular Leeds to Liverpool canal and take in the stunning views along the way? Hawes with its famous creamery and traditional Dales pubs is also a short drive away, as is Grassington.
There are many walks directly from the front door and on your return why not cosy up in front of one of the wood burning stoves after a busy day exploring the local area.
Kitchen/Diner: Electric hob, oven, grill, microwave, fridge with icebox, dishwasher, washer/dryer, dining table and chairs, breakfast bar with stools, wood burning stove, cloak storage, radio/cd player. Stable door to patio. (One small step up to kitchen area).
Lounge: 3 comfortable sofas, coffee tables, oak bookcase, door to enclosed patio area, wood burning stove, 49” Smart TV with Amazon Prime, Netflix and Spotify.
Understairs cupboard: Fridge with icebox, microwave.
Garden: Enclosed courtyard with patio furniture overlooking the beck to the rear of the property.
FIRST FLOOR: 14 steps up
Bedroom 1: King-size bed with oak frame, oak wardrobe with drawers, oak chest of drawers, dressing table, radio. Views over the open countryside to the front.
En Suite: Large shower, toilet, washbasin, underfloor heating.
Bathroom: Large shower, toilet, washbasin, underfloor heating.
Bedroom 2: King-size bed in oak frame, oak wardrobe with drawers, oak chest of drawers, views over the open countryside.
12 steep steps up to second floor, limited headspace at the bottom step only:
Bedroom 3: Zip & Link beds (can be made up as a Super-King). Double aspect Velux windows.
Bedroom 4: Please note access to bedroom 4 is through bedroom 3. Single beds (can be made up as a Super-King).
Pets: Sorry, no pets allowed.
Parking: Parking to the front of the property on a first come first served basis, further street parking in the village 10 yards away.
Heating: Air source heating, wood burning stove in lounge and kitchen/diner.
Garden/Patio: Patio to the rear with views over the beck.
Short Breaks: Short breaks available all year round.
Notes: Please note the rear courtyard is enclosed, there is a beck at the rear of the property, children should be supervised at all times. Both sets of stairs are quite steep, and there is limited headroom at the first step, care should be taken when ascending and descending these. Please note that the banister posts have large gaps between them, care should be taken with children.
Shop: 0.1mile Pub: 0.1. mile.
With it's limestone terraces, the little village of Kettlewell is full of charm and is the ideal base for touring the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village is popular with walkers, with some of the best walks in the Dales to be found in the area, from gentle riverside strolls to exploring quiet country lanes. The village is known for its farming of Swaledale Sheep as well as having provided the backdrop for the village of Knapely in the popular film, Calendar Girls. The hills surrounding Kettlewell are dotted with old mine shafts, with much of the village's housing created as homes for miners. By the 19th century, Kettlewells mines had closed with tourism now being the village's main industry. There are two pubs in the village (both serving good food), two tea rooms (one of which also doubles as a bistro in the evenings!), and a village shop. A bus route connects you to the nearby towns and villages of Skipton, Grassington and Buckden. A scarecrow festival is held in the village every August.