Wonderful Grade II listed cottage in the Dales
Enjoy the crackle of the roaring fire whilst enjoying each other's company
Sit and relax after a full day of exploring
Warm your toes by the open fire
Rest your laurels in the lounge
Try your hand at a new dish in the kitchen
Show off your chef mastery in the kitchen
Refuel ready for another day of exploring
Perfect for casual and formal dining
Additional storage space
Enjoy a cuppa whilst planning your next journey
A restful night's sleep is awaiting
Wake up to morning bird song
Breakfast in bed is a must
Spacious and characterful twin bedroom
Contemporary charm meets traditional grandeur in the twin bedroom
Delicate features throughout
Get ready for the day ahead
The special touches finishes this beautiful property
Wile the time away enjoying the far reaching views
Soak weary legs in the opulent roll top bath
Magnificent views from the property
Situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales
Exuding character outside and throughout
1 / 24  Wonderful Grade II listed cottage in the Dales
2 / 24  Enjoy the crackle of the roaring fire whilst enjoying each other's company
3 / 24  Sit and relax after a full day of exploring
4 / 24  Warm your toes by the open fire
5 / 24  Rest your laurels in the lounge
6 / 24  Try your hand at a new dish in the kitchen
7 / 24  Show off your chef mastery in the kitchen
8 / 24  Refuel ready for another day of exploring
9 / 24  Perfect for casual and formal dining
10 / 24  Additional storage space
11 / 24  Enjoy a cuppa whilst planning your next journey
12 / 24  A restful night's sleep is awaiting
13 / 24  Wake up to morning bird song
14 / 24  Breakfast in bed is a must
15 / 24  Spacious and characterful twin bedroom
16 / 24  Contemporary charm meets traditional grandeur in the twin bedroom
17 / 24  Delicate features throughout
18 / 24  Get ready for the day ahead
19 / 24  The special touches finishes this beautiful property
20 / 24  Wile the time away enjoying the far reaching views
21 / 24  Soak weary legs in the opulent roll top bath
22 / 24  Magnificent views from the property
23 / 24  Situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales
24 / 24  Exuding character outside and throughout

Three Roods

Dent, Yorkshire Dales
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
5 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Towels included
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At a glance

  • Detached 17th century cottage surrounded by peaceful North Yorkshire countryside, a walkers paradise
  • Character features throughout, including an open fire
  • Underfloor heating for maximum comfort and cosiness
  • Private garden with BBQ and seating. A perfect opportunity to take in the countryside views
  • Direct access onto countryside and river walks along the Dales Way
  • Less than a mile from pubs and cafes in Dent
Property code: G0188

Formerly the village tailor’s, this detached Grade II-listed stone cottage offers period features and spacious accommodation perfect for two couples or a small group of friends looking for a classic Yorkshire Dales break, a haven for walkers.

Welcome to this magical detached Grade II listed stone cottage on the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Picture-postcard good looks, cosy welcoming interiors and a gorgeous village complete with two pubs within metres of the property: the quintessential English country cottage.

You'll find this recently converted stone barn nestled on the edge of Dent village making it perfect for walkers or anyone looking to explore this beautiful area of Yorkshire. The building dates back to the 17th century and has a rich history that includes a previous incarnation as a Tailor's Shop for the village.

Downstairs, the cottage has a dining room with table for 4 which leads straight through to the characterful lounge. Original stone floors throughout both rooms are now warmed by underfloor heating with an open fire and wooden beams to add to the country charm in the cosy living room. Take a seat on the comfortable sofa or armchairs and relax watching your favourite programmes after a day out walking in the Dales. Just the spot to unwind and re-charge the batteries…

Head from the living room directly into the contemporary well-equipped kitchen with its granite worktops, shaker style units and wonderful views across unspoilt countryside to the rear. You'll find more oak beams and heated stone floors in here along with an oven, fridge, microwave and induction hob. There's also a kettle, toaster and all the utensils you need to whip up everything from a quick snack to a hearty dinner during your stay. There's a handy separate utility room in the old stables outside the property which includes a fridge-freezer, washing machine and room for your bicycles and boots. A charming stable door leads straight to your own private slice of the Dales and it's edged in traditional dry-stone wall.

Upstairs at the property is a second spacious living room which is the perfect spot to enjoy a morning read or relax with a bit of TV. Doors on each side of this room lead to two lovely bedrooms, one double and one twin, which both have original fireplaces and more traditional oak beams. A plush grey carpet has been fitted throughout making these rooms warm and cosy underfoot. There's plenty of storage too with fitted oak wardrobes in the double bedroom and a chest of drawers in the twin bedroom.

The final room upstairs is the stunning bathroom which comes with a feature slipper bath to really make the most of the amazing setting. Sink into here and soak up the uninterrupted Yorkshire Dales views. There's also a separate walk-in shower and underfloor heating to complete the luxury finish.

The outside of this property is really rather special indeed. Throw open the stable door and you'll discover a patio leading to your private grassed area that's surrounded by the gorgeous scenery of the Yorkshire Dales. The fields by the cottage were even used in a recent Cravendale 'red tractor' milk advert.

There's a table and chair set out here where you can enjoy a morning cuppa or even a spot of al fresco dining. A handy BBQ is also provided for the summer months. A gate at the bottom will take you through one of the owner's fields and leads straight down to the River Dee where you can walk along the Dales Way to nearby Dent. Enjoy a hearty pub lunch before the walk back. Heaven!

  • 2 bedrooms – 1 double, 1 twin
  • 1 bathroom - bath, shower cubicle, WC and 1 separate WC on the ground floor
  • Oven, fridge, microwave, induction hob, kettle, toaster
  • Utility room with fridge/freezer, washing machine and storage for bicycles
  • Open fire underfloor heating
  • Boot room, perfect for drying out walking attire
  • Off-road parking for 2 cars
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Welcome hamper with local produce
  • Garden with BBQ
  • Pub within 500m Shop within 500m
  • Regret no pets or children

The cottage is located in Dentdale and the famous Dales Way runs right the way through this loveliest of valleys.

Dent village itself is around a mile from the cottage and is famous for its pretty white stone buildings and narrow cobbled streets. Take a mooch round here and you’ll find a café, shop, heritage centre and 12th century church. Make sure you sample a tipple from the local Dent Brewery. It’s served in The George and Dragon, one of two pubs in the village.

We recommend walking up to the Grade II Dent station which is the highest mainline station in England and a stop on the famous Settle to Carlisle line. Nearby Sedbergh is a handsome market town with a selection of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants to mooch around so you won’t be short of things to do. It’s known as ‘England’s Booktown’ and as well as some great book shops you’ll find a book shelter where you can take a book for free (as long as you replace it with another one). Each September Sedbergh holds Sheepfest – a celebration of the sheep and wool industry that once thrived in the town. You can also learn more about this fascinating heritage all year round at Farfield Mill.

Other nearby places to visit include the market town of Kirkby Lonsdale which has made a name for itself in recent years for its high-quality independent shops and excellent restaurants. There’s also plenty of history to explore here to as the town is home to the 14th century Devil’s Bridge and Ruskin View which inspired a 19th century painting by J M Turner.

Other natural sights and pretty villages worth visiting in the Dales include Askrigg, West Burton and Aysgarth Falls. Hawes is also short drive from Three Roods and as well as being England’s highest market town it is home to the famous Wensleydale Creamery.

This property is personally managed by Marion.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 9 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Donald 2nd November 2019

What a lovely, cosy cottage, beautifully refurbished and with all mod cons too. Fab location for both walking and driving with a number of eating options in the village and a great little shop as well. Our only regret, we forgot to try out the bath.

Reviewed by Jeffrey 21st September 2019

We enjoyed our stay in Three Roods Cottage outside Dent. It was well appointed with everything required for a relaxing stay and the owners were most hospitable and made us feel welcome. The views from the cottage are lovely and the winding roads lead you through spectacular country. Can recommend this to everyone who wishes to get away from it all.

Reviewed by Geraldine 14th September 2019

Beautiful warm, cosy, comfortable cottage in a brilliant location with the most stunning views. Owners very friendly and helpful. Would definitely return. Highly recommended.

Reviewed by Elizabeth 31st August 2019

Beautiful cottage, very comfortable and homely, good supply of fuel for the fire supplied, a lovely welcome pack and Margaret (owner) made us a delicious strawberry tart, both John and Margaret were very good hosts.

Reviewed by Charlotte 10th August 2019

This is the perfect cottage if you are looking to explore the hidden gem that is Dentdale. The owners have very considerately updated the cottage while keeping the original look and feel. Its close to the pubs in the Dent with stunning views across the dale. Not far from Whernside so good of you fancy climbing all the way to the top. Very peaceful Read moreand far from the tourist crowds. Would recommend. Hide

Reviewed by Claire 6th July 2019

Just back from a brilliant holiday in this fantastic cottage. John and Margaret are lovely and were there to greet us. The welcome pack and milk in the fridge is a nice touch too. The cottage is in a very quiet and beautiful location, with stunning views to the rear of the property from the large patio. Dentdale must be the one of the prettiest of Read morethe Dales and we had some lovely walks from the cottage including Yorkshires highest peak Whernside. Would love to book again Hide

Reviewed by Tim 29th June 2019

Such a wonderful cottage in every way. Everything was perfect. The cottage is set in the most wonderful location and the owners, who live nearby, could not have been more helpful.

Reviewed by Richard 15th June 2019

This property was delightful. The photos did it justice and the views from the property were to die for. It really felt homely and tastefully decorated, the shower was particularly good. Margaret and John made us feel very welcome and offered advise of the local area. Overall it was a very relaxing, comfortable holiday in a magnificent part of the Read morecountry. Hide

Reviewed by Scott

Thank you for sharing a slice of the Dales life with us. We have marvelled at your inspirational views and delighted in watching the antics of your wonderful collection of animals. The great walks and the cosy fire have also contributed to giving the refreshing break we were looking for. We will be sure to spread the word about your lovely cottage.

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Wonderful Grade II listed cottage in the Dales
Enjoy the crackle of the roaring fire whilst enjoying each other's company
Sit and relax after a full day of exploring
Warm your toes by the open fire
Rest your laurels in the lounge
Try your hand at a new dish in the kitchen
Show off your chef mastery in the kitchen
Refuel ready for another day of exploring
Perfect for casual and formal dining
Additional storage space
Enjoy a cuppa whilst planning your next journey
Show 12 moreA restful night's sleep is awaiting


Note: As the postcode is used to identify the general area of the property, it may not always reflect its precise location, therefore please only use this map as a guide.

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