Victoria Cottage Settle
About the home
Fancy a break?
Victoria Cottage Settle
Why not visit our luxury holiday cottage in the Yorkshire Dales, our 'home from home'. Victoria cottage is situated in Upper Settle, a beautiful historic market town. Whether your stay is long or short our cottage offers you a warm and comfortable stay, with all the modern facilities, including a luxury hot tub! a perfect retreat to relax and unwind.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider:||Corporate lets|
|Access:||Car not necessary|
Nearest amenities: 300m
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Unsuitable for people with restricted mobility
|Notes:||No pets allowed|
No smoking at this property
|Luxuries:||Jacuzzi / Hot tub, Log fire, DVD player|
|General:||Central heating, TV, CD player, Wi-fi available|
|Standard:||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities:||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||2 Bedrooms, 1 family bathroom|
|Furniture:||Double beds (2), Dining seating for 6, Lounge seating for 5|
|Other:||Linen provided, please check with the advertiser regarding towels|
|Outdoors:||Balcony / Terrace, Private garden|
Further details indoors:
Sleeps 4 - Modern Decoration
• Open all year - short breaks available
• Beautiful location
• Lovely rural walks from the house
• Quaint market town
• Wealth of restaurants and pubs
• 2 bedrooms
• Exposed beams
• Comfortable living and dining area
• Gas effect wood burning stove
• Fully fitted kitchen with modern appliances
• Bathroom - 3 piece suite with separate shower
• Luxury hot tub!
• No smokers or pets
The Northern England / Yorkshire/Yorkshire Dales region
Located in the heart of Ribblesdale, Settle offers excellent walking country and the opportunity to explore the many scars, cliffs, and caves that the area is renowned for. The three peaks beckon for the more adventurous, Whernside, Ingleborough and Penyghent all around 700 metres high are probably the most popular outdoor areas in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The Lake District, Trough of Bowland and the West Coast are also only a short drive away.
For those who prefer a more relaxing activity, the Settle - Carlise line can be joined at Settle station. This will take you over the famous Ribblehead viaduct, through the spectacular Dales scenery to the Eden valley and Carlisle.
- Three Peaks - Enjoy the challenge with friends & family! once conquered reward yourself with a hearty meal and drinks a plenty! ending the day with a soak in the hot tub at Victoria Cottage!
- Malham Cove
- White Scar Caves (great activity on a rainy day!)
- The Settle - Carlisle railway
- The museum of North Craven Life (housed in the Folly, an impressive 17th century house close to the market place)
- The Horses Health Farm Visitor Centre
- Watershed Mill - choose from a large range of locally made souvenirs, or try the intoxicating taste of the Dales at the Yorkshire Real Ale Shop!
- Stainforth Waterfall (a great a day out for all the family and if the sun is shining a picnic by the riverside is a must!)
- Castleberg Hill (enjoy a panoramic view of Settle and nearby villages of Giggleswick, Langcliffe and Stainforth)
To find out more simply scroll down........
The Settle area
This delightful market town in Ribblesdale is surrounded by stunning scenery and features quaint historic buildings, a wealth of walks, a lively open-air market every Tuesday, a large variety of specialist shops, tearooms, and plenty of pubs and restaurants. A leisurely stroll around the village will simply blow away your cares and troubles!
Places to Eat & Drink
- The Shambles Fish Bar & Restaurant
- Bar Thirteen (Internet Access)
- Ye Old Naked Man Cafe
- Poppies Tea Room (tucked away down a quiet cobbled street just off the market square)
- Red Loin Hotel
- Talbot Hotel
- Royal Oak Hotel
- Cricket Club
- Social Club
- Rugby Club
- Ravenous - highly recommended
- Ruchee Curry House
- Little House
If you wish to venture out of Settle for a bite to eat but don't fancy taking the car, the peaceful village of Giggleswick is only a ten minute walk away, just across the river ribble. This small town has two pubs, and historic church; all surrounded by beautiful 17th century cottages. If you are looking for a light refreshment, why not pop into the dinky 'postman pat' post office!
Fancy a cosy night in instead ? take yourself down to the local supermarket, Booths just opposite the Cricket Club. It's a completely different experience to usual 'big shop' back at home! A relaxed pleasant atmosphere where people take the time to say hello! Don't miss Saturday afternoon 3pm while 5pm for the beer and wine tasting!
Settle also hosts a number of events throughout the year, and even boasts its own theatre - Victoria Hall, a recently restored Grade 2 listed music hall. Also just across the river ribble is the local indoor swimming pool.
The tourist information centre is located right in the middle of the market square if you wish to find out about more activities within the area.
Relax, enjoy and have fun!
How to get there
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Train - Settle Train station is only 500mtrs away (walking distance)
Plane - If flying then these airports are within easy reach (within 2 hour drive) Manchester, Leeds - Brdaford, Liverpool.
Activities near Settle
Golf within 30 mins drive
Rural / countryside retreats
28 Apr 2013
We stayed at Victoria cottage with our 2 young children for an Easter break for 1 week. After a very cold winter we wanted to get away with the kids and have plenty of fresh air. Settle was the... more
20 Feb 2013
I have now visited Victoria cottage twice. It's situated in a beautiful, quiet location just a few minutes walk from the shops and amenities. The cottage is well equipped for all self catering... more
04 Jan 2013
This is our favouirite place to stay for so many reasons! Where to begin? The hot-tub is wonderful after doing a day of walking. The house is central yet so quiet, with every amenity nearby. Settle... more
|Rental prices originally quoted in: British £||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 4|
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|Autum||5 Sep 08||31 Oct 08||£ 420||£ 240||£ 240||3 Nights|
|Winter||31 Oct 08||19 Dec 08||£ 350||£ 210||£ 210||3 Nights|
|Christmas||19 Dec 08||2 Jan 09||£ 480||-||-||1 Week|
|Winter||2 Jan 09||26 Mar 09||£ 350||£ 210||£ 210||3 Nights|
|Summer||5 Aug 10||5 Sep 10||£ 480||-||-||1 Week|
|Autum||5 Sep 10||31 Oct 10||£ 420||£ 240||£ 240||3 Nights|
|Winter||31 Oct 10||19 Dec 10||£ 350||£ 210||£ 210||3 Nights|
|Christmas||19 Dec 10||2 Jan 11||£ 480||-||-||1 Week|
|Winter||2 Jan 11||26 Mar 11||£ 350||£ 210||£ 210||3 Nights|
|Autum||5 Sep 11||17 Dec 11||£ 380||-||-||1 Week|
|Christmas||17 Dec 11||8 Jan 12||£ 550||-||-||1 Week|
|Winter||8 Jan 12||25 Mar 12||£ 380||£ 70||£ 70||3 Nights|
|Spring||25 Mar 12||6 May 12||£ 420||£ 80||£ 80||3 Nights|
|Summer||6 May 12||30 Sep 12||£ 480||£ 90||£ 90||3 Nights|
|Winter||30 Sep 12||23 Dec 12||£ 370||£ 70||£ 230||3 Nights|
|Christmas||23 Dec 12||5 Jan 13||£ 500||£ 100||£ 300||3 Nights|
|Winter||5 Jan 13||29 Mar 13||£ 380||£ 75||£ 230||3 Nights|
|Easter||29 Mar 13||9 Apr 13||£ 500||£ 80||£ 80||3 Nights|
|Spring||9 Apr 13||30 Jun 13||£ 450||£ 85||£ 240||3 Nights|
|Summer||30 Jun 13||8 Sep 13||£ 480||£ 95||£ 250||3 Nights|
The property's weekend rates apply to: Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
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