Mamies Cottage

Grassington, Yorkshire Dales

  • Awaiting Grading
  • Set in 2 acres of private grounds with bluebell woods, a brook, and wild gardens to explore, the cottage is set in a totally unspoilt and beautiful location.

You can book this property from:

  • £678 per week
  • £97 per night
  • Awaiting Grading


Beds & bedrooms

  • Bed linen provided
  • 1 king/super-king bed
  • 1 single bed
  • 2 zip & link beds - can be king/super king or single beds


  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer


  • 2 WCs
  • Towels provided
  • Bath
  • Shower


  • Family friendly
  • Travel cot
  • Highchair
  • Stairgate


  • Garden or courtyard
  • Enclosed garden or courtyard
  • Private parking
  • Rural location

How far to...?

  • Pub 0.25 miles
  • Shop 2.4 miles

Special Features

  • WiFi
  • Open fire or woodburner
  • Smart TV
  • Welcome pack
  • River views
  • Countryside views

Nearby activities

  • Walking
  • Cycling

Important - please note

House Rules

  • Check in: 4:00pm
  • Check out: 9am

  To give our cleaners enough time to complete the additional cleaning and sanitising that is currently needed to keep our guests safe, check-in and check-out times at the majority of our properties have been temporarily revised. The revised times for this property are reflected above.

  • Please ask guests reg bed configuration would they prefer 1 super king or 2 single beds.



  • Ground floor toilet
  • Ground floor bath/shower room
  • Walk-in shower

Read the full Access Statement for this property.

Access Statement

Mamie’s Cottage

Jerry and Ben’s Holiday Cottages, Hole Bottom, Hebden, Skipton, North Yorkshire   BD23 5DL

Welcome to Mamie’s Cottage.  We want to make your stay here as enjoyable as possible.  This guide will help you decide if Mamie’s is suitable for your family’s requirements. 

Quick Glance at Mamie’s Cottage

  • A 17th century semi-detached cottage.
  • With age comes lots of character features – including two low doorways (main bedroom and kitchen).
  • Downstairs shower room and upstairs bathroom.
  • Sleeps 6 guests in 3 bedrooms all on first floor (1 single, 1 king, 1 super-king or twin)
  • Small private garden and terrace.
  • If you need a flat and secure garden for the children to play in, then this is not the cottage for you. The garden has several changes in level, with access to grounds and a stream, which is fast flowing and dangerous in time of heavy rain. Young children cannot be left unsupervised.

Getting here

The cottage is in a rural location, in the hamlet of Hole Bottom with just 6 houses, a quarter of a mile out of the village of Hebden.  Your satnav of BD23 5DL will bring you to the hamlet of Hole Bottom. However, please remember that you may lose phone or Wi-Fi signal as you travel through the Yorkshire Dales and we always advise guests that they know where they are heading before leaving home! 


  • Our cottages share a private carpark.
  • The distance from the carpark to Mamie’s Cottage front door is 9 metres.
  • The surface is rough gravel chippings.
  • The car park is lit by a motion sensor floodlight.
  • There is plenty of space for up to 3 cars for Mamie’s Cottage.

Travel by Taxi

  • Dales Cab Company. This service must be prebooked well in advance. T:07515 868788
  • Skipton & Craven Taxis 01756 701122

Travel by Public Transport

  • The nearest train station is Skipton Train Station (12 miles)
  • There is a bus service from Skipton to Grassington. Nearest bus stop is in National Park Centre, Grassington. (2.2 miles).
  • We can pick you up from Grassington is you let us know when you book.

Local facilities

  • Nearest café: The Old School Tearooms, Hebden 10 mins walk.
  • Nearest Pub: The Clarendon, Hebden 10 mins walk.
  • Nearest food shop: Budgens, Grassington (2.4 miles)
  • Nearest deli: Relish, Grassington (2.4 miles)
  • Nearest bread shop: Walkers, Grassington (2.4 miles)
  • Nearest butchers: Weatherheads, Threshfield BD23 5PL (3.2 miles)
  • Nearest petrol: Spar, Threshfield  BD23 5PL (3.2 miles)


  • From the carpark to the path outside the cottage is level access. The carpark is rough gravel and outside the cottage the track is tarmac.
  • There is one step of 25cm from the track to cottage path.

Main entrance

  • From the cottage path the front door is a step of 10cm.
  • The door is 80cm wide.
  • The height of the keyhole is 1m 25cm from the ground.
  • Exterior light is motion sensor dawn to dusk wall light.

Boot Room

  • From the main entrance is level access into the boot room.
  • The floor is Yorkshire Limestone flags.
  • There is one step of 15cm into the sitting room.

Sitting Room

  • Room size is 3m 60cm x 4m 20cm
  • From the main entrance is one step of 15cm into the sitting room.
  • The sitting room floor is wooden boards. There is a rug with anti-slip grip mat underneath.
  • There are two sofas both with seat height of 45cm. The sofas are moveable but with anti-slip cups under the feet.
  • From the sitting room is a step of 23cm into the kitchen.


  • Room size 3m 75cm x 2m 77cm.
  • From the main entrance are two steps up to reach the kitchen.
  • The door from the sitting room is original 19th century oak door. It is 77cm wide and 75cm high.
  • The kitchen floor is linoleum.
  • The kitchen units have worksurface height of 91cm.
  • The oven is low level under counter height.
  • The fridge height is from 80cm to 195cm.
  • The freezer height is from floor to 80cm.
  • The crockery is stored in under counter units.

Dining Room

  • Room size 6m 57cm x 2m 35cm.
  • From the kitchen is an opening of 78cm.
  • The dining table (height 78cm) is 1m 83cm by 75cm and has 4 chairs and bench seating for 2.
  • The floor is oak floorboards.
  • Glassware is stored in low level cupboard.
  • To the back door is small step down of 10cm.

Back Door

  • Door opens inwards and is partially glazed. Door is 82cm wide and 1.84cm high.
  • From the back door to the terrace are 2 steps. Steps are 19cm and 12cm high.
  • Exterior Light is motion sensor dawn to dusk wall light.

Shower Room

  • From dining room is level access to downstairs shower room.
  • Shower room door is 70cm wide and 1m 95cm high.
  • Shower tray is 98cm by 90cm and is one step up of 18cm from the tiled shower room floor.
  • There is no grab rail or handle fitted.

Stairs to first floor

  • The stairs are carpeted and have a handrail on the right-hand side as you go up the stairs. Width of staircase is 77cm.
  • At top of the staircase is a wider flat step and then one final step of 18cm as you access the first floor level.
  • The upstairs corridor is 81cm or more.
  • There are 2 plugged in night lights.

Single bedroom 

  • Room size 2m 66cm x 3m 04cm.
  • The bedroom door is 71cm wide.
  • The bed is a pine full sized single bed. The bed height is 55cm.
  • Space for a travel cot in this room.
  • Access space on left of bed 0 cm and on right of bed 1m 85cm.
  • Bedroom has two small opening windows. Child lock and keys provided.

Double bedroom

  • Room size is 2m 80 cm x 3m 60cm.
  • The bedroom door is 80cm wide by 2m high.
  • The bed is a white painted metal King sized double bed. The bed is height is 60cm.
  • No space for travel cot in this room.
  • Access space on left of bed is 94cm, on right of bed is 1m 15cm and at end of bed is 60cm.
  • Bedroom has one window. Window is from the floor is 25cm.  Child lock and key is provided for both sides of opening windows.

Main bedroom

  • Room size is 3m 77cm x 3m 50 cm
  • The door is original 19th century oak boarded door. It is 75cm wide and 74cm high.
  • The bed can be super-king 6ft wide divan bed. Or 2 full sized single beds.
  • The bed height is 65cm.
  • If bed is made up as a super-king there is access space on left of bed of 90cm, on right of bed of 75cm and at foot of bed of 1m 60cm.
  • There is space for a travel cot in this room.
  • Bedroom has 2 windows. One small opening window above the bed.  One original 17th century Yorkshire sash window which does not open.


  • Bathroom door is 70cm wide and 1m 95cm high.
  • Bath has two grip handles.
  • Basin is 80cm high.
  • WC has not been adapted.
  • Step stool for toddlers supplied.

Outside Cottage

  • From the main entrance to the cottage is level access around the side of the cottage to the garden. The path is Yorkshire limestone flags and gravel.  Is uneven underfoot in places.
  • The side gate is 70cm wide. This path is 60cm wide.
  • The grassed area of the garden is higher than the path (between 50 -60cm). The garden has a low wall and a fence.  It is not a secure garden.  Young children or dogs cannot be left unsupervised here.
  • There is a small terrace to the side of the cottage. Caution must be taken as there are steps and drops in height (50cm) from top to lower part of terrace.
  • The terrace has a low wall (55cm) between terrace and main gardens. Children must not be allowed to climb on this wall.
  • Mamie’s garden has access to shared grounds of Jerry and Ben’s Cottages. A stream runs through the gardens. This can be fast flowing and dangerous in times of heavy rainfall.  There is also steep ground, woodland and rocks.  Children must never be left unsupervised in these grounds.  


Mamie’s cottage can be found tucked away in a tranquil position hidden in the valley just north of the village of Hebden, near Grassington. Mamie’s is a delightful traditional detached cottage, furnished to a high standard in an idyllic location, perfect for walking and relaxation. Mamie’s sleeps five and is one of three beautiful cottages located together which can be rented individually or combined for up to 17 people, perfect for a family get together. If you love a traditional country cottage then Mamie’s is the one for you. Mamie's was built in 1675 and has been carefully renovated to retain its original features and character.  Set in 2 acres of private grounds with bluebell woods, a brook, and wild gardens to explore, the cottages are set in a truly unspoilt and beautiful location.

(This property can be booked with DS1013 Paradise End & DS1014 Robin Middle)

What we love about this property ……The beautifully idyllic location

Entrance hallway:
A great place to store your muddy boots and dry off your walking attire after a day’s walking.
Lounge:  A cosy and beamed ceiling awaits you, where you can sit back and relax besides the wood burning stove and watch the TV or simply chillout.
Kitchen: This lovely, beamed kitchen is very well equipped with a dishwasher, electric oven and hob, kettle, microwave, fridge/freezer, and a separate laundry room for guests to use if needed.
Breakfast Room/Sun lounge: This delightful light and sunny dining room looks out over the grounds with superb views over Hebden beck and up towards the moors: a wild-life lover’s heaven – you might never leave the breakfast table!
Shower room: Shower, toilet, washbasin, mirror, and shaver point

Bedroom 3: Single bed with beamed ceiling, built in wardrobe and bedside drawers.
Bedroom 2: Another beautiful, beamed ceiling and king size white ornate bed, with bedside tables, built in wardrobe and wonderful views towards the hills.
Bedroom 1: A lovely light room with a zip and link super king bed which can be made into twin beds. Original fireplace and doors along with the views of the hills make this a great place to unwind and relax.
Family Bathroom: Bath with shower attachment, washbasin, toilet, heated towel rail and shaver point.
Pets: 1 dog welcome.
Parking: Private off-road parking.
Garden: A real feature of this property is the amazing grounds with superb views from dining room over Hebden beck and outside terrace to sit and listen to the sounds of nature.
Heating: A wood burning stove in lounge. The cottage is heated throughout with oil central heating.
Short Breaks: Accepted outside of main school holidays.
Notes:  Young children must be always supervised in the gardens and grounds. Towels are provided. No smoking at this property. Unlimited WiFi available free of charge. Mobile phone signal variable. Travel cot, highchair, and stairgate available.
Shop: 10 min walk   café: 10 min walk 



Area Information


The small and quaint village of Hebden is tucked away in a quiet area of Lower Wharfedale which is designated as a conservation area by the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The area is home to many varieties of birds and animals as well the perfect place to walk and cycle. Originally a lead mining area spoilt with plenty of walks which take you through remnants of the past industry on the surrounding hills, it is steeped in history and natural outstanding beauty. In the village you will find a tearoom which used to be the local school, post office and Methodist church. Further down Hebden lies Grimwith Reservoir which is a popular place for walkers, bird enthusiasts and home to a sailing club. If you travel two miles out of Hebden you will reach Grassington, a beautiful cobbled market square with shops offering local foods, speciality gifts and arts and crafts, along with friendly cafés and restaurants all set against a backdrop of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. A few miles in the opposite direction along the B6265 you will come to Stump Cross Caverns, show casing some of the best caves in the UK.