- £400 per week
- £57 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathroom
- 1 Pet
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
- Washing machine
- 1 WC
- Towels provided
- Enclosed garden
- On-street parking
- Rural location
How far to...?
- Beach 74 miles
- Pub 0.5 miles
- Shop 3 miles
- Open fire or woodburner
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- Check in: 7:00pm
- Check out: 9:00am
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.
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Heather View is a south facing traditional Dales cottage, with fantastic views over the lovely village of Gunnerside. The property is situated in a quiet position near the village square and offers easy access to several walks from the door, including the Pennine Way and the Coast to Coast walk. It is only a short walk away from the beautiful river Swale, and the village pub and tea rooms. This traditional cottage has many original features such as beamed ceilings, original bread oven, open fire and flagstones floors to the ground floor. There is a small south facing patio area to the front of the cottage where you can sit out and enjoy the views and the sunshine. Heather View is an ideal cottage from which to enjoy all that the Yorkshire Dales has to offer. The nearby towns of Reeth and Hawes offer a great range of quirky shops, tea rooms and Dales pubs.
Lounge/Kitchen/Diner: Comfortable seating, TV with Freeview, DVD, dining table and chairs, open fireplace (welcome pack of fuel provided), original bread oven, electric cooker, Belfast sink , Wooden ceiling with original beams, exposed stone wall with feature shelving.
Pantry: Two steps up, stone flagged floor and shelves, washing machine, fridge with ice box, microwave.
Inner Hallway: Stone flagged floors, storage for coats and boots.
FIRST FLOOR: 10 steps up
Bedroom 1: Double bed, chest of drawers, wardrobe, window seat.
Bedroom 2: 2ft 6" single beds (suitable for children up to 12 years of age), chest of drawers, hanging space for clothes.
Bathroom: Bath with shower overhead, washbasin, toilet.
Pets: One pet welcome.
Parking: There is a parking space immediately adjacent to the cottage (in front of the wall) where you can unload your bags. We would recommend parking on the green or in the village square 200 yds away.
Heating: Open fire (welcome pack of fuel provided), electric storage heating.
Garden/Patio: South facing paved area to the front of the cottage.
Short Breaks: Short breaks accepted all year round.
Notes: Towels are provided, Unlimited WiFi is available free of charge. No smoking at this property. Mobile phone signal is variable.
Shop: 3 miles. Pub: 0.1 miles.
It was wonderful, perfect location and every bit as good as described.
A cosy Dales cottage.
A lovely cosy cottage. We have enjoyed our week here lots. Our little boys have enjoyed the river walks and the waterfalls. We also loved the Sheep dog demo near Hawes. The cottage was everything we needed Thank you. 19-26 October 2019
Compact, cozy, and very comfortable cottage in a beautiful location. The weather wasnt kind to us but enjoyed our stay regardless. 21-28 September 2019
Lovely cottage and amazing scenery. Had a relaxing time with some nice walks up the mountains! Peanut loved his stay running over the rocks! Would definitely stay again. Thank you.
We had a good visit in this lovely cottage, exploring the great Yorkshire Dales with its rich nature and plenty of history. Thank you
How beautiful the Yorkshire Dales are! Miles and miles we walked in Swaledale and Wensleydale, also visited 'Hush' in Bowlees visitor centre in Upper Teesdale. We had lovely weather so used the terrace of this delightful cottage a lot. - Gerard, Jetteke & Daisy (the dog) (Netherlands)
A fabulous week. Dads childhood memories came flooding back as did mine. Love this village. We made many more memories this week scattering mums ashes and getting engaged: emotions ran high. A lovely quaint cottage - perfect - Helena, Wayne, John & Henry (the dog)
A delight to return to a childhood haunt of the most perfect village, lovely people and a cottage which reflects how the majority live in Swaledale for the past 100 years. We look forward to coming back soon. - The Coupee Family & Bramble the dog!
Cute and cosy. Well equipped. The perfect home from home. Welcoming locals and great walking from the doorstep.
A little slice of heaven! From the friendly local pub to the Friday Fish'n'Chips. Oh and don't forget the views & the fantastic walking. Looking forward to coming back - Ian & Sarah Dashwood (Isle of Wight)
Had a lovely time, will come again - Alan & Jen, Theo & Venty (Swansea)
Lovely cottage and some fantastic walks, great hospitality at the pub - can't wait to come back! - Theo and Emily London
A wonderful week with all sorts of weather. Lovely old lead mining cottage. I made my first fire ever! My Friends from Halifax stayed for a night and enjoyed the house and the village and the beautiful walk as much as I did. Thank you.
A very pleasant three day stay. Fire at night was very cosy. Amazing walks form the house. Thank you.
This quaint little village in Swaledale used to be known for its lead mining however now it provides a tranquil and convenient base for touring the Yorkshire Dales National Park. If you're visiting the village be sure to talk a walk to Gunnerside Gill, a narrow, rocky gorge where signs of the village's industrial past can be seen. Walkers will be pleased with the village's convenient location on the Coast to Coast walk, with the local pub, The King's Head, making the perfect pitstop for refreshments during the day or meals on an evening. The popular market town of Leyburn is just 30 minutes away by car, where you'll find a fantastic range of shops, cafes and attractions to enjoy.
Richmond is a leafy, vibrant market town boasting an impressive castle, a vast cobbled market place and an elegant Georgian district. It was formed by the Normans in 1071 and the town grew up around the castle which still dominates the skyline. It is said that the walls of the former imprisonment of King William are 11 feet thick and the exhibition centre within the grounds offers an impressive background into the history of this famous landmark.
Richmond is an exciting and vibrant place with plenty of quirky shops, art galleries and a good choice of pubs, restaurants and bars. Every Saturday there is a traditional outdoor market, joined by a popular farmers market once a month. The town is also the gateway to wonderful and unspoilt countryside, making it an ideal base for cycling, walking and other outdoor pursuits. The historic towns of York and Harrogate are also within easy reach.