Thwaitedale Cottages are 4 cottages in the pretty village of Thwaite, Upper Swaledale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. East and West Chapel Cottages each sleep 2 to 6, whilst East and West Cottages each sleep 2 to 4. Swaledale is an area of outstanding natural beauty and there are lots of lovely walks and cycle routes from the doorstep. The Coast to Coast and Pennine Way long distance walks both pass close by. Thwaite is at the foot of the stunning Buttertubs Pass - one of the stages of Le Tour de France 2014.
Swaledale is famous for its sheep, traditional dry stone walls and haybarns. It is a beautiful dale in all seasons with spring lambs, wild flower meadows, autumn colours, and snowy landscapes all offering their particular attractions. Great days out include the Swaledale villages of Reeth and Keld, the market towns of Leyburn, Richmond, Masham and Hawes with Wensleydale Creamery and Dales Museum. The Pennine Way long distance footpath passes through Thwaite, and the Coast to Coast Walk passes over nearby Kisdon Hill.
Thwaitedale Cottage accommodation
East and West Chapel each sleep 2 to 6 in 3 bedrooms, lounge/dining room with wood-burning stoves, flat screen TV and sky freeview, radio, DVD player and wifi.
East and West Cottage each sleep 2 to 4 in a double and twin bedroom. They have lounge/dining areas with open fires, antique furniture and comfortable seating. The cottages offer short breaks as well as weekly bookings with flexible start days.
One or two well behaved dogs are welcome in each cottage by prior arrangement.