Holiday Cottage in Settle and Giggleswick

Our holiday cottage sleeps 5 in three bedrooms, near Yorkshires Three Peaks we are walker and cyclist friendly.

We are a Yorkshire Dales holiday cottage in Settle, Giggleswick close to the River Ribble in the Yorkshire Dales National Park

A delightful stone-built, terraced cottage situated in an enviable position, overlooking the River Ribble in the market town of Settle. With lovely views of the river and Giggleswick, this Settle cottage offers a welcoming base for a family wishing to explore this part of the Yorkshire Dales.

Our cottage: Sleeps up to 5 in 3 bedrooms, has off road parking and is non smoking. We are walking and cycle friendly

Free WiFi

Are you looking for a holiday cottage which sleeps from 1,2, 3, 4 or 5 people in the Yorkshire Dales?

 

 

Outside this Settle cottage there is a communal lawned area to the front with benches, next to the river, which provides a great spot for relaxing with a good book or simply a place to watch the world go by.

Within walking distance of this Settle cottage are riverside walks, a number of pubs, serving fine ales and good food, and a railway station.

We welcome walkers and can provide undercover storage for bicycles

2018 Offers

Save money on selected dates if booking directly through us:

  • 2018 booking are going fast so please inquire for any dates required
  • August 17th – August 24th    £599
  • September 21st – September 28th £429
  • November 2nd – November 9th  £319
  • December 7th – December 14th  £319
  • December 14th – December 21st £319
  • December 22nd – December 29th £599
  • December 29th – January 5th £599


diaryWe let our cottage through a well known holiday cottage agency, but have a number of weeks every year available to book directly through ourselves at more attractive rates.
Please contact us to inquire



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27 thoughts on “Holiday Cottage in Settle and Giggleswick

  1. We travelled from ireland to stay at ribble cottage on 15th june for one week. It was a fantastic holiday. Cottage was ideally situated for my elderly parents and they were able to potter off into the village. House itself had everything in it. Spotlessly clean and plenty of room with lovely high ceilings… local chipper served the best fish and chips ever. Weather was fabulous. Visited grassington village which was fab and skipton had a great market. Will definitely be back soon.

  2. We stayed at 5 Ribble terrace in April this year. We had a super week. It is a gorgeous house with beautiful views from the lounge and bedrooms. It was an ideal base for exploring. We visited White Scar caves, Ingleton Waterfall Trail, Brimham Rocks, Wray castle, Lake District, Forbidden Corner , Castle Howard and Pateley Bridge sweet shop!! We thought Settle was a lovely place, lots of shops and opposite the house, our children went to an inflatable session in the swimming pool (this runs during the holidays I think) Mark the owner is a lovely chap and he took us on a tour of the Giggleswick Chapel and Theatre which was very interesting. Thanks for a fab week :>)

  3. We stayed at 5 Ribble Terrace from the 28th August to the 8th September, and had a very enjoyable holiday. Lovely cosy house with pleasant views of the river, a lovely place to sit in the evening with a cuppa or a glass of wine. Easy walking into the centre of Settle, where the Bike Shop does excellent coffee.
    Mark lives around the corner, and is on hand to offer help if needed, and is also very good at suggesting places to visit, walks and cycle rides etc. He also has secure storage for bikes.
    We have no hesitation in recommending Mark and Debbie’s property for a comfortable and happy holiday base in the Dales and look forward to staying again in the future.
    Diana and Tim
    East Coast

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