Fancy a staycation in the wonderful Yorkshire Dales?
Resting in the popular market town of Settle, within the conservation area, Cobweb Cottage is a welcoming 18th century mid-terrace cottage. Illustrating the cottages’ history, the original sign “Licensed Dealer of Tea and Coffee” dating from the 1780, demonstrates one of its original uses. It is close to the Ribble Way and other great walks, plus the magnificent limestone landscape of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Forest of Bowland. This makes it ideal for a couple or family wanting to explore the best of the countryside that the Yorkshire Dales has to offer.
Make yourself at home as you relax in the restful sitting room, admiring the charm of the exposed stone fireplace and the traditional woodburning stove. The dining table offers a perfect spot to enjoy meals and make plans for the remainder of your stay. When the weather is kind, you can sit outside on the secluded patio and enjoy al fresco dining.
The well-equipped kitchen boasts catering standard crockery and all the appliances required to cook delicious home-cooked meals, plus a dishwasher to limit washing up.
The ground floor also hosts a smart shower room, while upstairs you will find the house bathroom with a large ‘P’ shaped bath with shower, so that you can choose how best to prepare for the day ahead. Both bathrooms have the welcome addition of a heated towel rail. The three bedrooms consist of a double, a twin and a large single / small double. All bedding and towels are provided and are of hotel standard.
With only one minutes’ walk to the market square, you will find a great selection of cafes, charming shops and pubs. Alternatively, the Grade II listed working Victorian Music Hall is a short walk away and provides an eclectic mix of events.
The cottage is a convenient base for the Three Peaks of Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough, and a perfect starting point for the Settle to Carlisle railway and the historic town of Skipton.