You can book this holiday cottage from:
- £347 per week
- £50 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 king/super-king bed
- 1 double bed
- Washing machine
- 1 bathroom
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Garden, courtyard or patio
- Enclosed garden, courtyard or patio
- Private parking
How far to...?
- Beach 42 miles
- Pub 0.1 miles
- Shop 0.1 miles
- Welcome pack provided
- Countryside views
- Check in: 4pm
- Check out: 10am
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
This is a cosy stone-built character cottage which is centrally located in the popular village of Askrigg in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The Shippon in Askrigg is ideal at any time of the year with a pretty cottage garden for the summer and a log burner for the chilly winter nights. Sleeping up to four people in two bedrooms this is perfect for couples, friends and families, a home away from home looking to holiday together in this Dales village. This popular Dales village with its ancient market cross, notable church and cobbled central square was once home to the fictional surgery of Dales vet James Herriot, whilst the Kings Arms became the setting for the Drover’s Arms. There are many footpaths around the village for a short stroll or if you are looking for more of a challenge can walk further along the valley to Hawes or eastwards to Carperby, Aysgarth Falls, Castle Bolton and Redmire. Askrigg has excellent places to eat including two pubs, a hotel, tea room, deli and fish and chip van every Wednesday. There is also a general provision shop. It is a great base for exploring all the Yorkshire Dales has to offer
Entrance: Door to small porch, hanging space for coats and boots.
Lounge: Comfortable seating, feature fireplace with multi fuel stove (welcome pack of fuel provided), Free sat television and side table.
Kitchen/Diner: Electric hob, oven and grill, microwave, washer-dryer, fridge-freezer, dining table and chairs.
13 Steps to the first floor
Bedroom 1: King-size bed, dressing table with mirror, wardrobe and drawers.
Bedroom 2: Double bed, built in cupboard and chest of drawers with mirror.
Bathroom: Bath with electric shower over, washbasin, toilet.
Pets: Sorry, no pets.
Parking: Off road parking to the side of the property for one car.
Heating: Multi fuel stove (welcome pack of fuel provided), modern electric heaters.
Garden/Patio: Small cottage garden with summer house to the side of the property. Table and chairs and bench.
Short Breaks: Short breaks accepted all year round.
Notes: Towels are provided. Unlimited Wi-Fi is available free of charge. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is variable.
Shop: 100 yards Pub: 100 yards
We enjoyed our stay, wonderful cottage. Just perfect in every way. Thank you!
Really enjoyed out stay ~ beautifully equipped cottage, comfortable beds and perfectly situated in the village. Tried all the pubs and liked the Kings Arms best, the deli does delicious take away we tried the quiche and salad for supper one evening. We also had breakfast there and another favorite was Corn Mill in Bainbridge although that does not open until 9.30. Both had delicious home made scones. Other discoveries: don't miss the Wensleydale Pottery in Hawes (tucked away) great independent supermarket in Leyburn (Campbells) and Muker in Swaledale a favourite place anyway with a great tea room and art gallery, I hope we will be back
The property was brilliant. Exactly what I thought. The facilities were top quality and the location of the cottage was prefect. It all contributed to a brilliant holiday and I will be looking at booking the same place in the future. Thank you very much.
Great 2 weeks, weather absolutely perfect. Plenty of local walks. the cottage was very comfortable and well equipped. Recommend the afternoon tea at Sykes tea room, best we have ever had!
We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay in The Shippon In Askrigg. The welcome tray a thoughtful touch. The cottage had everything we needed and was extremely comfortable. We loved the village and would recommend the meals at The Kings Arms. We are very sad to be leaving and would love to return for another stay.
A lovely, well kitted out cottage. Thank you for the welcome tray, much appreciated. If we come back to Askrigg would love to stay here again. Ready meals from Humble Pie are lovely.
We had a lovely stay in The Shippon. Askrigg is our favourite village.
We have had such a lovely time here - The area has a special place in our hearts (my grandmother grew up in Askrigg). What a cosy and comfortable cottage! Spotlessly clean, well kitted out and ideally located. We'll definitely be back in Askrigg and The Shippon in Askrigg.
Enjoyed our long weekend in the cottage. Beds and linen lovely quality. Clean throughout. Some very nice walks from the door.
Lovely cottage, excellent location and lovely walking. Kings Arms friendly and excellent food.
Another wonderful holiday in this perfect small cottage. Stayed here many times under the previous owners and it is just as good with the new owners.
Very comfy stay. Well equipped with a lovely welcome tray of cake! Our first stay in Askrigg as we usually stay in Gayle near Hawes but we couldn't fault the accommodation. Lovely meal in The White Rose and great meat from Campbell's in Leyburn.
We had a lovely week in Askrigg- what a lovely village. Great walks from the cottage to the local waterfalls as well as to Aysgarth Falls (longer walk- 8 miles). Lovely food at The Kings Arms. We had a roast Sunday platter and pie night on Tuesday. Humble Pie cannot be missed!! Gorgeous quiche and cakes you can't resist. Thursday was the sheepdog demonstration outside Hawes. Wensleydale Creamery was very good. Lovely cottage, very comfortable and well equipped. Loved the mini dishwasher. The woodburner was great too. A good rest to recharge our batteries. Very clean. Thank you very much.
The small Wensleydale village of Askrigg is an idyllic location to enjoy a self-catering break. The sights of the Yorkshire Dales National Park surround you, with the bustling market towns of Hawes, Leyburn and Northallerton being just a short drive away where you'll find lovely independent shops, cafes and restaurants. The village is famous for being the setting of fictional Darrowby in tv's All Creatures Great and Small, though in the 18th century was hive of industry when it became a centre for the textiles and knitting trade. It is also thought that Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in Askrigg's Nappa Hall before being moved further down the dale to Castle Bolton. Today in the village you'll find three pubs, The Crown Inn (which dates back to 1850), The White Rose Hotel and the Kings Arms. The village also is home to some great tea rooms such as Humble Pie Fawcett & Guy a village bakery with a delicatessen and coffee shop. Askrigg also has a village store and newsagents.