The Cottage

Rating: 5

Sleeps: 4

Bedrooms: 2


Pets: No

Cottage Features

bridleways holiday cottage Yorkshire Dales, exterior view
Kitchen & breakfast area of the holiday cottage Yorkshire Dales

Luxury Cottage Yorkshire

Bridleways Cottage is located in the quiet hamlet of Far Westhouse in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The cottage is a beautiful, stone, end terrace.  

This Luxury Yorkshire Dales Cottage been lovingly renovated. It offers a cosy living room with characterful beamed ceilings The cottage has an open fire and a modern kitchen extension with a dining area.

Upstairs in the cottage, the double bedroom is spacious and features a cast iron king bed. The twin room is also spacious, both rooms have views of open fields to the front of the cottage. 

The stylish, modern bathroom has the added benefit of underfloor heating, and a window seat overlooking the garden and fields at the back of the cottage.

The outside the cottage features a spacious garden at the rear with a patio area and seating. 

Holiday Cottage Ingleton

Bridleways holiday cottage Ingleton is in a fantastic location and offers plenty of walks from the cottage, including walks to Ingleton village. There are also walks across meadowland, woodland and down to the popular Ingleton falls. 

The beautiful town of Kirkby Lonsdale is less than 7 miles away, which offers some lovely pubs and restaurants. 

An ideal Ingleton cottage retreat for a family, or couples to enjoy a luxury break.

Exterior & Garden

luxury cottage Yorkshire, exterior view
the holiday cottage garden and Bridleways cottage, Ingleton
holiday cottage Ingleton rear garden view
holiday cottage rear garden patio

Sitting Room & Dining Area

holiday cottage sitting room with open fire
Bridleways Cottage sitting room and dining area
holiday cottage sitting room
cottage dining area

Kitchen & Breakfast Area

luxury cottage yorkshire breakfast area
holiday cottage kitchen facilities

King-Size Double Bedroom

Bridleways holiday cottage king size double bedroom
cottage king bed room view

Twin Bedroom

twin bedroom in the holiday cottage
second view of holiday cottage twin bedroom

The Bathroom

Bridleways cottage Ingleton bathroom, with underfloor heating
holiday cottage bathroom window view

The Surrounding Yorkshire Dales

ingleborough view, Yorkshire Dales national park
snowy view of ingleborough
Yorkshire Dales viaduct
view of snow across the Yorkshire Dales
Jackie T
Jackie T
Mrs Delightful spacious cottage! Has everything you could wish for. Very homely & extremely clean. Good quality bedding, towels, crockery etc. Garden not suitable for young children or elderly as not level and there is an unfenced pond which isn't easy to see. Everything else was beyond our expectations. Friendly & helpful owner.
Cosey New Year We stayed in this delightful cottage for new year, it is maintained to a high standard. There was a well equipped kitchen, the bed was very comfy and even extra blankets for those cold nights. The open fire was great to come back to after a day out in the cold winter air and it warmed up the downstairs of the cottage very well. There is also a local pub within walking distance, around 10mins, we had a few meals at the pub which were lovely. The cottage is in a quiet location, very peaceful and a good place to escape from the hustle and bustle of day to day life. It is also around a 20 minute walk to Ingleton and I thought it was a great location to explore the area. We also had complimentary locally produced eggs which were delicious and a Father Christmas chocolate, which my son was very happy to see when we arrived. We also had a complimentary bottle of processo to celebrate the new which was a lovely touch. The owner was also quick to respond to any queries we had, which was fantastic.
Sandra J
Sandra J
AN ABSOLUTE GEM This cottage is really lovely. Best we have stayed in for a long time. Really well equipped and all to a high standard. Loved the fresh flowers. eggs and milk on arrival. After fighting with traffic on the M6 it was such a treat to arrive and relax with a welcome cup of tea and in front of the cosy fire which we lit Nice little community, lovely walk in the nearby Edith's wood. We were blown away by the wonderful scenery, can heartily recommend a lunch at the pub in Mucker, and Dent Dale is amazing. Acutally went mad and did a drive up to Coniston - not too far and well worth it for the views enjoyed en route. We will definitely return. Sandy Jones. Now resident in North Wales.
Carol B
Carol B
Lovely old cottage Had a lovely week in this very old picturesque cottage. Very pretty garden but unfortunately we couldn't sit out in it due to the weather. It did get very cold in the evenings/nights so the fire and extra jumpers and blankets and hot water bottles were needed. The cottage was spotlessly clean and the owner had left us a lovely welcome pack of fresh free range eggs and local milk which were much appreciated. Superb location with wonderful views and ideal for visiting both the dales and the Lake district. We found the double bed very hard and uncomfortable but that's just personal choice as we are used to a soft mattress. Only complaint was the shower over the very narrow bath ... It was just a trickle! But appreciate that it is an old cottage and still has its original bathroom. Lovely bright modern well equipped kitchen and dining room though in contrast. With a more modern bathroom and comfier beds and warmer weather it would have been 100% perfect! As it is I would rate it 85%.
David R
David R
The epitome of excellence My wife and I have stayed in many holiday cottages in the past , but this one stands out as by far the best so far. The entire cottage is beautifully appointed and comfortable with wonderful attention to detail. Indeed the cottage is a credit to the owners and we would have no reservations about staying here again. Staying here really enhanced our visit to this remarkable area.
fantastic this is one of the best cottages we have stayed in and we often holiday in cottages in this country. it is in a beautiful area. The cottage is very well-appointed and has everything you need for a relaxing stay. it is lovely and warm, furnished beautifully and has a very modern well equipped kitchen whilst the rest of the house has beautiful fire places with an open fire and oak beams. beds are extremely comfortable and the whole place was spotlessly clean. garden is a beautiful cottage garden with a patio and seating area at the top overlooking fields. all in all a fabulous place to stay, would highly recommend
you will not be disappointed Bridleways cottagemakes for a delightful stay, you have the lakes to the west with all there beauty and to the east the beautiful dales with all the views and walks they have to offer,the towns of Settle, Hawes, and Kendle in the Lakes are just a short drive away and not forgetting the lovely train journey from Settle to Carlisle. Investigate the history of making the railway then visit the little church of Chapel-Le-Dale where some of the workers,children nad families are now resting.The waterfalls at Ingleton are a must to visit take your time and enjoy the walk remember to take your boots. A shop and restuarant are close by with fuel and small super market and shops at Ingleton. If you want a lazy day just sit in the elivated rear garden with a drink of your choice listen to birds and marvel at the colour of the butterflies as they flit through the flowers. What did we like the best..Everything. Having enjoyed this holiday was all due to the expert help we recieved from Sykes holidays throughout. Jill and Derek Freeman.