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Craven Cottage is a beautiful Grade II listed, early 19th century cottage in Appletreewick, one of the loveliest villages in the Yorkshire Dales.


The cottage has links to Sir William Craven - Wharfedale's Dick Whittington - who was born in the village but moved to London to make his fortune, eventually becoming Lord Mayor.

Appletreewick makes the perfect base for a relaxing and reviving Dales holiday - with its 36 cottages and two pubs, the village is just two fields away from the beautiful river Wharfe and surrounded by perfect countryside for walking.

Craven Cottage sleeps four comfortably, in its two main bedrooms; one with a kingsized bed and one with twin beds.  Bunk beds (full sized singles), in a third bedroom allow additional accommodation for another two guests (a small additional charge applies for extra linens and towels). The south facing seating area at the front of the cottage is perfect for a relaxing drink at the end of a sunny day.

  • Sleeps up to 6 (one kingsize bed, twin beds, bunk beds)

  • Open fire-place, in an original range in the living room

  • Original flagstones on ground floor

  • Large bathroom with freestanding roll top bath

  • TV with DVD player

  • Fibre Broadband

  • On-street parking

  • Two pubs in village: the Craven Arms (well-known to viewers of the TV series 'Yorkshire's Perfect Pint' and 'The Lakes and the Dales'), and the New Inn, both with good food

  • Eight miles from Skipton, five miles from Grassington, 10 miles from Ilkley and 20 miles from Harrogate

  • Electricity, heating, bed linen and towels are included.

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