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Cottage | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Pets welcome

Located in the centre of the quaint Wharfedale village of Kettlewell is ‘Bradd Cottage'. This delightful stone character cottage enjoys a convenient setting in the centre of the village. Bradd Cottage (formerly a flower shop) was cleverly converted by the owners eight years ago to offer homely split level cottage accommodation for four guests. There is a wood burner in the lounge, ideal for keeping you cosy on those cooler winter evenings, from the lounge you drop down to a characterful traditional country kitchen. There are two bedrooms, a king size and a double, although the beamed ceiling slopes up above the bed in the main bedroom, it feels extremely light and airy with both roof lights and window. Bradd Cottage would make an ideal retreat for family or friends who wish to escape to this wonderful area of Yorkshire.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Nearest travel links Nearest railway: Skipton
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Access Parking
Further details indoors

Bedroom 1: with double bed Bedroom 2: with King size bed with restricted height at one side but very light and airy. Cloakroom: with WC and basin. 

With electric radiators, wood burner and comprising: Lounge: with wood burner TV with sky package, DVD, radio, telephone   Split level leading down to: Kitchen/diner: with electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge with icebox, washer/dryer, dining table and chairs Bathroom: with shower cubicle, WC, basin and shaver point

All fuel, power, bed linen and towels included. (starter pack for fire). Cot and high chair available upon request. Internet access available

Northern England region

The Yorkshire Dales is home to over 1,500 square kilometres of the renowned Yorkshire Dales National Park, which is characterised by its unspoilt Dales villages, patchwork of dry stone walls and stunning fells and dales countryside. Visitors are able to travel for miles along quiet country roads, surrounded by magnificent views in every direction; an area dotted with ancient farming communities and rural villages which is typical of this region. This area is perfect for a truly relaxing holiday away from all the stresses and strains of day to day life, where you rediscover a gentler pace of life. It's also great for enjoying a whole host of outdoor pursuits including some of the very best walks in the UK.


The popular village of Kettlewell sits in the heart of Wharfedale. Kettlewell does not have a main road passing through, so remains a tranquil retreat of 17th and 18th century quaint stone cottages. The village is well served with tearooms, pubs and a bistro allowing the many walkers that stop in the village to rewind their aching muscles in the comfort of these wonderful Wharfedale surroundings. The Dales Way passes right through the village, making it an excellent base for walkers. The village sits below a magnificent backdrop of rugged crags and the River Skirfare meanders its way through the winding streets. Kettlewell is just twelve miles from Skipton – the gateway to the dales - with its buzzing market that fills the main street four days out of seven, ancient inns, museum, and the beautifully preserved Norman Castle together with a good mix of modern shops and amenities for your convenience. Kettlewell would make the perfect base for any Wharfedale holiday.

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29 Sep 2012


"Very happy week"

Bradd Cottage is best described as compact but not small, indeed the rooms are adequate for four and very cosy. We took the kitchen sink expecting the cottage to be basically eqipped but found to our great pleasure that everything had been provided, even tea and coffee, salt and pepper, etc left by previous tennants not cleared out as normal. The Sky package gave all we needed for news and entertainment and the WiFi is excellent and thoughtfully a land line as O2/Tesco mobiles do not work in Kettlewell but Orange and TMobile are OK. The property has two toilets with the shower downstairs so you have to remember to close the curtains to the street. Bedrooms are very nice but mind the exposed beams in the upper one, we even found air beds which could accomodate a short term visitor. Lots of books about the Dales walks and attractions. The heating is provided by a solid fuel fire which we didn't need to use during our visit much to the discust of my daughter who wanted to light it just to see the glow! Kettlewell is an excellent village for walks and has three pubs all serving excellent food and beer, two of which are definately dog friendly, not sure about the Racehorse. The village store is next door to the cottage and seems to always be open but does not cause any noise or congestion. Parking is not provided but I was able to park across from the store in a sort of lay-by but generally all on street parking is claimed by the various houses and often coned or having notices such as "Don't even think of parking here", so at peak times parking could be difficult close to Bradd Cottage. Lastly although instructions were available for the Washer/Drier all other appliances and general information like refuse collection was unavailable which was a little annoying as we missed the collection which is fortnightly apparantly? A simple file containing all local information (buses etc) would be a useful aid for those staying at the cottage.

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