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Ten cosy cottages for an autumn break in Yorkshire holiday cottages

Ten cosy cottages for an autumn break in Yorkshire

You can’t beat cuddling up in a cosy cottage when the weather starts to get colder. Adding another log to the wood-burning fire and pouring a glass of red sounds like the perfect way to relax, doesn’t it? Take a look at these ten cosy Yorkshire cottages that are just perfect for an autumn break.

Ten cosy cottages for autumn

1. Hill Top – sleeps four

Take your pick from two comfy sofas or a rocking chair.

This wonderfully cosy stone cottage has an original stone fire place and a peaceful position that’s off the beaten track in Wensleydale.

Hilltop Stalling Buck

The elevated position near Semerwater (Yorkshire’s largest natural lake) gives gorgeous views and the total lack of light pollution means it’s a great spot to go stargazing. Find out more.

2. Churchby – sleeps three

Welcome to the cosy inviting Churchby Cottage.

We just love this cosy chocolate-box stone cottage that’s located in the heart of the pretty Yorkshire Dales village of Kirby Malzeard. It dates all the way back to the 1700s and there’s even a village pub just a short walk away. Find out more.

3. Millbrook – sleeps four

Welcome to the very cosy Millbrook in the heart of Robin Hoods Bay.

There’s something particularly cosy about a traditional fisherman’s cottage at the coast. Millbrook is a perfect example with roaring fire, gorgeously designed rooms, original features and even a view down to the sea from the top bedroom. Find out more.

4. Croft House – sleeps six

Croft House is family-friendly and dog-friendly and you’ll feel right at home as soon as you walk through the door. Great for a relaxing holiday to the Yorkshire Dales and there’s a games room that kids will love. Find out more.

5. Old Cartmel Cottage – sleeps two

Old Cartmel Cottage, Middleham

Middleham is a fantastic choice for a break to the country. This perfectly formed village has gorgeous scenery, great pubs and even the chance to see racehorses up close. Old Cartmel Cottage is a lovely little cottage for two with a prime position in the village. Find out more.

6. Bluebell of Lofthouse – sleeps four

Welcome to the cosy and peaceful living room in Bluebell.

A pretty 19th century cottage in Nidderdale with rolling countryside right from your doorstep. Great for getting away from it all, walking and curling up in front of the fire with a good book! Find out more.

7. Hendrick’s Hollow – sleeps two

The gorgeous open plan living space in Hendrick's Hollow

A luxury barn conversion that manages to be both stylish and cosy. A real couples' retreat that’s close to Pickering and Kirkbymoorside in the North York Moors. Find out more.

8. Higher Scarcliffe – sleeps eight

Higher Scarcliffe has a second cosy living room perfect for chilling in front of a movie.

This luxury four-bedroom holiday home (transformed from a traditional 17th century long house) has lots of added cosiness with roaring fires, a snug and a second living room that is a great choice for curling up with a book. Find out more.

9. The Potting Shed – sleeps two

Time to relax in the grown up and stylish living area, a perfect mix of contemporary and country chic.

You can’t get any more cute and cosy than The Potting Shed in Goathland. It’s just a few miles to the Yorkshire Coast and we think it makes a great choice for a romantic break. Find out more.

10. Hare Cottage – Sleeps two

Welcome to the stunning Hare Cottage in Wensleydale!

This 5-star gold cottage for couples is set in a pretty Wensleydale village between Leyburn and Bedale. You’ll find soft warm blankets, underfloor heating and best of all a bubbling wood-fired hot tub in the garden! Find out more.

Of course, this is just a very small selection of the cosy cottages we have available throughout Yorkshire. Whether you are looking to stay in the North York Moors, the Yorkshire Dales or along the coast.

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