Situated in the centre of Kettlewell in Upper Wharfedale, Turf Cottage is a former turf-drying barn that has been converted to create the perfect base from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales.
Kettlewell is a picturesque village situated on the River Wharfe in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
There is a double bedroom and shower room downstairs with a wooden spiral staircase leading to the first floor.
The first floor comprises a kitchen, dining table for two and a sitting area with a recently-installed wood burning stove and views of the surrounding hills.
Turf Cottage is equipped with a washer dryer, dishwasher, hob, combination oven and espresso machine. There is hot water on demand and storage heaters in the bedroom and sitting area.
Outside, the cottage is adjacent to Kettlewell Beck, which runs past the cottage’s small garden with seating for two. There is also off-road parking for one car. Further parking is available in the main car park in the village.
Kettlewell is a picturesque village situated on the River Wharfe in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Kettlewell has three pubs serving home-cooked food and a variety of local ales, a café, deli, shop and garage. The village has a large car park operated by the Park Authority and is on the popular Dales Way. There are numerous walks from village, including to the summit of Great Whernside, under which Kettlewell is nestled.
Kettlewell is an ideal location from which to explore the surrounding area, be it on foot, under pedal power or by car. Park Rash, made famous by the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race, is a mile to the north of Kettlewell, over which lie Coverdale and Leyburn.
Beyond Kettlewell in Upper Wharfedale are Starbotton and Buckden, with routes to Bishopdale and Hawes in Wensleydale beyond.
To the south are Kilnsey Crag and Grassington, which includes numerous pubs, an Indian takeaway and restaurant, and a range of shops.