Shepherd’s Cottage is a delightful, Grade II listed, 17th Century Dales Stone Cottage facing South and standing on its own in a small field surrounded by beautiful open countryside. Sleeps 6 in two double rooms and one twin, it stands back from the road...
Hawes in Wensleydale is truly the heart of The North Yorkshire Dales. Superb wild wide open hill tops. Stunning vistas and beautiful valleys. Undeniably some of the very best limestone scenery in the UK. Take a look at our beautiful surrounding countryside...
Enjoy your stayi in Shepherds Cottage our Luxury Self-Catering Holiday Cottage
Facilities at a Glance
- Furnished and equipped to the highest standards
- Large comfy sitting room
- Decorated with quality and style
- Traditional old stone cottage
- Recently renovated to luxury standards
- Comfortable & cosy
- Excellent position
- Super aspects & views
- Original features
- Natural stone-work
- Pitch pine floors
- Real open fireplace
- Exposed beams
- Colour TV, Freeview, DVD player
- Rayburn stove
- Dishwasher, washing-machine/tumble-dryer
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Bed linen and towels are provided
- Oil-fired central heating
- Many excellent walks nearby
- Beautiful views
- Wonderful countryside
- Ideal base for visiting The Dales
Mile House Farm Country Cottage - Luxury Self-Catering Holiday Accommodation in Wensleydale
Visit the Yorkshire Dales and enjoy a holiday in glorious Wensleydale, heartland of the Yorkshire
Dales National Park. A warm welcome awaits you in this remote and beautiful dale, which has
preserved many of its age-old traditions.
The unspoilt countryside is as diverse as it is dramatic from rugged fells and open moorland across limestone hills to rich green valleys with tumbling waterfalls, delightful villages and quaint farming hamlets. Traditional hay meadows abound with isolated field barns and characteristic dry stone walls.
Hawes is Yorkshire’s highest market town and the stock market centre of Upper Wensleydale. Its name means ‘pass between the mountains’ and it does indeed nestle between Fleet Moss at 1900 feet and Buttertubs Pass at 1726 feet.
Home to the famous Wensleydale Cheese, the town itself offers a wide variety of shops and craft workshops with plenty of good pubs and restaurants tucked away in attractive little courtyards.
Wensleydale is a walker’s dream with glorious walks to suit everyone from a gentle stroll by the river to tackling the Pennine Way. Picturesque villages are plentiful and these afford access to the neighbouring dales. The cottage is an ideal base for walking or touring and there are many ancient castles and abbeys, fine country houses and tiny village churches to visit. Call in at a Farm Open Day, come to one of the local sheepdog demonstrations or simply relax amongst the peace and solitude of the hills.
is furnished and equipped to the highest standard and decorated with quality and style. A traditional, old stone cottage of character,
recently renovated to include all that you need to make your stay comfortable, yet retaining original features such as natural stone-work,
pitch pine floors, exposed beams and a real open fireplace.
Shepherd’s cottage is equipped with colour TV, Freeview, DVD player, CD player, radio, dishwasher, washing-machine/tumble-dryer, fridge/freezer, microwave, conventional cooker and a beautiful Rayburn stove.
Bed linen and towels are provided in the cottage, also a free Wifi connection.
To ensure your comfort, oil-fired central heating is included, with radiators in every room and electricity is provided. Coal is available for the open fire and the cosy sitting room has an ample supply of richly patterned rugs and the comfiest furniture.
There is ample lighting throughout, and a luxury, period-style, heated bathroom and shower room have been installed. The cottage is furnished with antique pine and Laura Ashley prints – everything sensitively designed to be in keeping with the delightful charm and character of the cottage.
A cot, high chair and garden chairs are supplied.
A payphone is also provided.