- £556 per week
- £79 per night
- 4 Guests
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Pets
Beds & bedrooms
- Bed linen provided
- 1 double bed
- 1 zip & link beds - can be king/super king or single beds
- Washing machine
- 2 WCs
- Towels provided
- En-suite bathroom
- Family friendly
- Parking permit provided
How far to...?
- Beach 47 miles
- Pub 0.02 miles
- Shop 0.03 miles
- Welcome pack
- Countryside views
Important - please note
- There is a small patio to the front of the property.
- Check in: 7pm
- 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 about bed configuration would they prefer 1 sup king or 2 singles
- Walk-in shower
Read the full Access Statement for this property.
Eta Cottage is a traditional stone cottage which sleeps 4 and is the epitome of the Dales area, if you are looking to stay in a cottage which is everything you would expect from this beautiful area, Eta Cottage is for you. It is situated right in the middle of the delightful Dales village of Kettlewell famous for its walking trails, stunning scenery, fabulous pubs, only steps away, serving delicious food (one with a pretty riverside garden) and for the really energetic miles and miles of cycling. Skipton is close by and Hawes is a few miles drive away with its local shops and cafes and is perfect to experience all that the Yorkshire Dales has to offer. Kettlewell has lots of “On the river “, activities and is great for doggies who love to swim. Fine dining at the Kings Head, ( no dogs allowed), is a must or enjoy the cafes serving pots of tea and scones, hot breakfast rolls and even a Charcuterie or indulge in a visit to the ice cream parlour with seating.
You can’t stay in this area without a visit to the Wensleydale creamery of Wallace and Gromit fame, watch cheese being made and taste an authentic Wensleydale. Further afield you will find many villages all with their own traditions. The Dales is also home of the Three Peaks walk if you are of an energetic nature or follow the Tour De Yorkshire route and cycle around the hills and valleys whilst marvelling at some of the most stunning views you will ever see. Winter or summer there is so much to do here, with local artisans producing a vast array of products including woollen goods from our famous sheep, look out for the Herdy company and for the foodies try all that Yorkshire has to offer, you won’t be disappointed.
This cottage has everything you would need for a relaxing stay in the Yorkshire Dales, contemporary and stylish, a perfect place for family, friends or a romantic getaway, what are you waiting for!
Entrance hallway: This is a really useful area which has a vinyl floor and dog tails styled as coat hooks, a basket with dog towels and a shoe rack. The cupboard housing the ironing board and vacuum is here.
Bedroom 1: A lovely light and pretty room with a window looking out over the front lane and getting the morning sunlight, the deep window seats means you can bathe in the warm sunlight before beginning a day of adventure in the Dales. There is a super king-sized zip and link bed, a large wardrobe and matching bedside table and dressing table and lamps.
Ensuite shower room: A walk in shower, heated towel rail, basin and toilet complete this room.
Bedroom 2: Another pretty double room decorated in a bright and cheerful style, so perfect for this gorgeous cottage. Built in wardrobe and a large window which makes this a super sunny room.
Bathroom: A bathroom with bath and shower over, so perfect for soaking those aching limbs after a day being challenged by the Three Peaks! Or just some me time. There is white sanitary ware and a basin with useful shelf for storage.
Living Room/Dining room: This room is in a perfect position to take advantage of the views of the lane from the large window with deep window seat. There are plenty of local cottages in traditional Dales stone and the green hills beyond. Eta Cottage is a traditional Dales cottage but with a distinct contemporary twist and has everything you need for a relaxing stay. A wood burner makes this a cosy room summer or winter, visit at any time of the year and you will find a warm and cosy welcome. The room has a comfy sofa with integrated reclining footstools and USB points with two armchairs there is plenty of room to rest after a day in the hills or some local retail therapy. A large smart TV means you can catch up with your favourite box sets. Matching decorative nest of tables completes the country cottage ambiance. There is a table and chairs for you to sit and enjoy the company of family and friends or for you to sit and watch the cook whip up a delicious meal from local produce, why not use some Wensleydale cheese after a visit to the creamery, now that should get your mouth watering ! A super room to sit and relax.
Kitchen: The kitchen is located at the side of the living dining room. It is a lovely blue colour which adds to the cottage feel. The kitchen is well equipped and contemporary. There is a double electric cooker with ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/ freezer and dishwasher. In fact, everything you would want. Wall shelving displays decorative items and crockery.
Snug: In the corner of the living room you will find a spiral staircase leading to the snug which has a double bed, TV, views from the large Velux window overlooking the cottages rooftops and to the hills beyond. This can be used as a sleeping area, be advised there is no door, only a curtain at the top of the steps. Please indicate if you would like to use this as a bed when booking. Not suitable for young children or anyone with mobility issues.
Outside: To the front of the property there is a small patio, this is a super place to enjoy an alfresco dinner, glass of something fizzy or just a relaxing morning coffee. If you look up and down the lane you will see the lovely old stone walls of the local cottages and a stunning view of the hills beyond.
Heating: Electric heating, individually controlled,
Short Breaks: Short breaks anytime
Notes: Towels are provided. No smoking at this property, unlimited Wi-Fi available. Mobile phone signal variable.
Shop: 300 m
Pub: 20 m - our guests can book in to the bluebell for breakfast for £15 per head this includes cold buffet cereals endless cups of coffee / tea and a full cooked breakfast this will need to be booked the night before and will be served at 9am the number to book is 01756 760230 and will need to state Eta cottage on booking
Nearest Coast: Blackpool approximately 47 Miles
Parking: Permit parking, over bridge in car park. 2 min walk
We have just returned from a delightful stay at Eta Cottage really wishing we had booked a week instead. We were amazed at just how much room the cottage has to offer and how spacious all the rooms were. The bedrooms are on the ground floor both of which are very fresh, light and beautifully finished. The first floor hosts the lounge and kitchen which have just been redecorated and refurnished. The level of detail and styling of all of the rooms is extremely high and it’s safe to say that there has been no expense spared in making sure it is of the highest standard to give a warm welcoming reception and a WOW factor. It’s safe to say we had a tremendous time whilst staying at Eta Cottage and are already making plans to return, only for longer!
With it's limestone terraces, the little village of Kettlewell is full of charm and is the ideal base for touring the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The village is popular with walkers, with some of the best walks in the Dales to be found in the area, from gentle riverside strolls to exploring quiet country lanes. The village is known for its farming of Swaledale Sheep as well as having provided the backdrop for the village of Knapely in the popular film, Calendar Girls. The hills surrounding Kettlewell are dotted with old mine shafts, with much of the village's housing created as homes for miners. By the 19th century, Kettlewells mines had closed with tourism now being the village's main industry. There are two pubs in the village (both serving good food), two tea rooms (one of which also doubles as a bistro in the evenings!), and a village shop. A bus route connects you to the nearby towns and villages of Skipton, Grassington and Buckden. A scarecrow festival is held in the village every August.