rustic cottage
Sat 26th May 2012
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lovely cosy cottage

We really had a wonderful stay at the cottage. The owner had even left a bottle of wine for our arrival. The rooms were lovely clean and the bed was so comfortable. Would reccomend this cottage for ccomfort. the views were also stunning from the front bedroom window

Pshutt.
Wed 22nd May 2013
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Homely, very comfortable and clean cottage.

The cottage is in a great position,just off the maim road and next to the bus stop.The front overlooks open countryside,you can see the road over the moor that takes you into Beadale.A left turn along the main road will bring you to Grinton a five minute walk.A good pub a nice church,and a riverside walk to Reeth via. the wobbley bridge. Reeth is a ten minute walk from the cottage,there are three good pubs all differant but well worth a visit.Reeth to Muker,park at Muker near the farmers arms pub and do the best walk in the dales,up the valley to Keld,over the river to Thaiwate and back to Muker for a well deserved pint in the farmers.The only two concerns we had,where we could not get a signal for our mobile phones,so we felt cut off.The other thing we arrived mid march,it was bitterly cold,the heating in the cottage couldnot cope.The log burner was great after about two hours,no good when you had been out all day.All in all a good holiday we would hope to return sometime.

A FlipKey verified reviewer
Wed 22nd May 2013
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Homely, very comfortable and clean cottage.

The cottage is in a great position,just off the maim road and next to the bus stop.The front overlooks open countryside,you can see the road over the moor that takes you into Beadale.A left turn along the main road will bring you to Grinton a five minute walk.A good pub a nice church,and a riverside walk to Reeth via. the wobbley bridge. Reeth is a ten minute walk from the cottage,there are three good pubs all differant but well worth a visit.Reeth to Muker,park at Muker near the farmers arms pub and do the best walk in the dales,up the valley to Keld,over the river to Thaiwate and back to Muker for a well deserved pint in the farmers.The only two concerns we had,where we could not get a signal for our mobile phones,so we felt cut off.The other thing we arrived mid march,it was bitterly cold,the heating in the cottage couldnot cope.The log burner was great after about two hours,no good when you had been out all day.All in all a good holiday we would hope to return sometime.

cafedelmar95
Tue 23rd February 2016
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home from home

stayed here for a week it was our second visit to this lovely cottage and will not be our last. Everything you need for a weeks stay,comfortable beds,plenty of hot water,fuel for log burner. all appliance in good working order plenty of cooking utensils and crockery. Lovely pubs in reeth and grinton serving lovely home cooked food 10 minutes walk away to reeth 5 minutes to the bridge at grinton, We had some lovely walks with fantastic views fremington edge,carver hill,harkers hill we even walked over to Bolton castle needless to say we were shattered by the end of the week but very happy.

billybusiness
Fri 15th July 2016
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AD Cottage – E.G.A.

AD Cottage provides Exceptionally Good Accommodation. A complete kitchen, nothing we were short of during our stay, a dining room seating six should tha’ wanta’ gan posh and a tray for me knee for when a cosy meal next to the fire watching the tele was the order of the evening. Not that you’re short of a grub stop with a good boozer just over the bridge and a choice of another five along the road in Reeth, all serving a variety of good food. There is also a great coffee shop/cycle stop about a minute from the cottage, you can see it from the front window. A sniff of plagiarism here but, it has to be said again wots been said afore – the beds are amazingly comfortable, you are 100% assured of a good night’s rest. The Dales are only 60 minutes from where we live and it’s taken us goozells of years to eventually take a drive down to the place and realise what a beautiful area of outstanding natural beauty it genuinely is. The cottage, located in Fremington, is a perfect location to explore from and for “Soap Buffs” the Dales have quite a few places that you can ‘tick off’ close by. Lastly, the Tan Hill (highest pub in England) does a canny lunch and it’s only twenty minutes by car from AD Cottage and the route takes you through Herriot locations.