Our cottage is an attractive two bedroomed stone cottage in the small village of Burtersett. The cottage is comfortably furnished with the lounge having a wood burning stove. The kitchen is well equipped with a dishwasher and a washer dryer. The main bedroom has a king sized bed and the second bedroom provides twin bedded accommodation. The cottage has a downstairs shower room and upstairs there is a further separate WC. Outside is a seating area to the side.
“The cottage was exactly as described and even more spacious than the pictures suggested. Although there are no amenities in Burtersett itself, Hawes is a 5 minute drive or 15/20 minute walk away and has everything you need. The facilities in the cottage were excellent and we cooked both dinner and two cooked breakfasts with no problems at all. Everything was sparkling clean and very cosy. We will definitely consider Pamelas house again in the future!”
Jake's Place is in the Dales National Park, less than a mile from the Pennine Way and the town of Hawes. Popular with walkers, cyclists and sightseers. There are many walks straight from the door. Plenty of pubs and cafes in Hawes and nearby Hardraw. The views are stunning and ideal for watching wildlife. You may be rewarded with a sighting of a red squirrel.
“Jake’s Place is a lovely comfortable base for exploring the local countryside and hills. Perfect base for walking with many walks including up Great Shunner Fell from the doorstep. Cosy but plenty of room for two people. The facilities are everything you could want. Highly recommended,”
Burnside cottage is an annex to the main house and is set in it's own substantial grounds offering private, idyllic and peaceful surroundings. The cottage offers 1 superking size bed which can be split into twin beds on request.
“This is a superb cottage in a brilliant location. Hawes is an easy walk away (even in snow!) and we had an excellent lunch in the nearby Wensleydale Creamery. Alyson and Andrew have made sure you have everything you could possibly need, and it was wonderful to arrive to cake and tea and a roaring fire after our long drive. It was a wrench to leave and we’d love to come back again.”