- Flat screen TV
- DVD Player
- Multi-Fuel Stove
- Electric Oven
- Electric Hob
- Washing Machine
- Enclosed Garden
- Pets Welcome - Free!
- Private Parking
- Short Breaks
Holiday Cottage Description
A D Coach House is a traditional stone, 17th Century Grade II listed terraced Yorkshire Dales holiday cottage in the village of Fremington near to the popular village of Reeth in Swaledale. This holiday cottage in Swaledale is surrounded by the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales and the famous Fremington Edge and Calver Hill are nearby.
It is a joy to stay at AD Coach House, as it is teaming with historic features, such as exposed beams, Yorkshire stone paving and a multi-fuel stove. The cottage furnishings are extremely comfortable and exude a very relaxing vibe - which is ideal if you have had an active day. The multi-fuel stove is one of the many comforts of this cottage for us, as it provides the old fashioned warmth that is so often required after a busy day in the dales.
The views from AD Coach House are beautiful, you can see across the local farmland and far beyond. There is a private enclosed garden with separate patio area so you can truly make the most of the great outdoors. With many activities, walks and cycle routes on the doorstep A D Coach House is an ideal holiday cottage for families, couples and groups of friends looking for a relaxing or action packed week holiday or a short break.
A D Coach House is one of our dog friendly holiday cottages, we can accept one well behaved large dog or two small dogs. There is also a popular dog friendly pub within walking distance at Grinton called the Bridge Inn.
To ensure your stay is as comfortable as possible all bed linen and towels are provided and electric is included in the rental price.
First Floor -3 beds, sleeps 6: 1 x master double with 4 poster bed, 1 x double, 1 x bunk room (suitable for adults). Bathroom: bath with shower over, basin, towel rail and WC.
Ground Floor - fitted kitchen/sitting room with multi-fuel stove, dining area and utility room.
Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge freezer, washing machine, wall mounted flat screen TV, DVD, stereo/ CD Player, radio, books, games and DVDs. Fuel for multi-fuel stove and electricity included in rent. Bed linen and towels included in rent. Off road parking for one car and additonal parking nearby. Enclosed lawned garden plus additional separate patio area, garden furniture. Pets welcome - one large dog or two well behaved small dogs. No smoking. Children welcome, travel cot, stairgate and high chair are provided.
- A D Coach House is available for week bookings Friday to Friday.
- We can accept short break bookings in low and winter Seasons. Short breaks are either weekend breaks (3 nights, Friday to Monday) or mid-week breaks (4 nights, Monday – Friday)
- If you wish to book a short break in high, upper mid or mid-seasons we can do this four weeks in advance of your arrival date (click short breaks in the Yorkshire Dales for more information).
- By making a booking through Holiday Home Yorkshire you have read and are accepting our Booking Conditions.
Please click the availability tab at the top of the page to check availability and prices. The prices advertised are subject to availability and could alter. The final price is confirmed during the booking process.
If you require further information regarding A D Coach House please contact Hannah and Sally-Ann on 01748 900 420 or email us [email protected]
Things to do in the Yorkshire Dales
DalesBound is a new and exciting website which will help you find and book attractions in the Yorkshire Dales and surrounding areas. DalesBound showcases a huge range of sport, leisure, relaxation and nature activities so you can be sure to find something to keep you and your family entertained whatever the weather.
Begin your search at www.dalesbound.co.uk.
Amenities in and around Fremington
Pubs in Swaledale
The Bridge Inn – Grinton, Swaledale, in walking distance from A D Coach House
Punch Bowl Inn - Low Row, Swaledale, 4 miles from A D Coach House
CB Inn – Arkengarthdale, 5 miles from A D Coach House
The Kings Head – Gunnerside, Swaledale, 7 miles from A D Coach House
The Black Bull – Reeth, Swaledale, 1 mile from A D Coach House
The Buck Hotel – Reeth, Swaledale, 1 mile from A D Coach House
The Kings Arms – Reeth, Swaledale, 1 mile from A D Coach House
Tan Hill Inn – Reeth Swaledale, 12 miles from A D Coach House
The Farmers Arms – Muker, Swaledale, 10 miles A D Coach House
Keld Lodge – Keld, Swaledale, 13 miles from A D Coach House
Find out more about our great pubs in Swaledale in out pub guide.
Restaurants in Swaledale
Overton House – Café/restaurant, Reeth, Swaledale, 1 mile from A D Coach House
The Burgoyne – Restaurant, Reeth, Swaledale, 1 mile from A D Coach House
Kearton Country Hotel – Thwaite, Swaledale, 11 miles from A D Coach House
Find out more about restaurants in Swaledale in our restaurant guide.
Things to do and see in Swaledale
Hazel Brow Farm – Low Row, Swaledale, 5 mile from A D Coach House
Swaledale Folk Museum – Reeth, Swaledale, 1 mile from A D Coach House
Dales Bike Centre – Fremington, Swaledale, in walking distance from A D Coach House
Find out more about things to do in Swaledale and the surrounding areas in out guides on activities such as mountain biking and a caving and attractions such as museums, festivals, brewery’s and gardens.
Towns near to A D Coach House
Hawes - 17 miles
Richmond - 10 miles
Leyburn – 7 miles
Bedale - 18 miles
Barnard Castle - 15 miles
Northallerton - 26 miles
Catterick - 15 miles
Please note that the above distance to the local amenities is an approximate distance only.
Check availability and prices by simply hovering over the dates you require below. When you hover over the dates required a drop down will appear showing you what is available for that week and the cost.
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“Fab cottage, brill people in Reeth and Richmond. The Bridge Inn best pub ever, food amazing. Had a great break w renewed our wedding vows in Richmond and so glad we stayed here.”
by The Greens, Leeds. 27/12/2011
“Nice cottage well laid out and cosy. All the pubs are great, walking is lovely with dogs, will come again! A welcome return to the beautiful Dales. Clear cold days and colder nights. Snow on the tops on our arrival – magical. Lovely walks in every direction and off to the Bridge Inn for our tasty supper.”
by The Marshalls, Lockington. 28/1/2012
“First time we’ve stayed at Fremington, lovely cottage, had a great time. Thanks for the wine, had a very comfortable stay, would like to come back.”
by Jayne, Martin and Lucas the Dog. Rawcliffe. 17/3/2012
“We’ve had such an amazing time here! This was our first time in Fremington and thoroughly enjoyed our stay in this well-equipped cottage. We’ve done the various walks Swaledale Valley which were really nice and from here to Marrick. During our trip to Richmond we indulged in an Indian from Tandoori Nights which can be highly recommended if enjoyed! We would definitely like to come stay here again although for a longer period next time as the last minute 3 days weren’t long enough.”
by Sharon, Hannah, James and Sasha the dog. Skipton. 21/3/2012
“Had a lovely relaxing stay. Great weather. Recommend the Farmers Arms at Muker for great food and ice cream parlour at Reeth for yummy ice cream. Thanks for the wine, very thoughtful.”
by Eileen and Steve, Cleveland. 26/4/2012
“First time here, enjoyed visit. Lovely cottage, comfy bed. Enjoyed the beer in the Buck Inn. Great to see the snow in April and beautiful surroundings.”
by The Gladding’s, Lincolnshire. 31/3/2012
“7th time in the cottage, very enjoyable stay, walked every day in spite of the weather. Hail, rain and some sunshine. Good food at the Bridge Inn, Punch Bowl and CB Inn, Kings Arms, Reeth and good Cornish pasties and cakes from the bakery. Will return next year.”
by The Coopers and Ransom’s, Norfolk. 14/4/2012
“Clean and comfortable cottage. Fabulous countryside and from Sunday we also had fabulous weather. Enjoyed good beer, food and atmosphere at the Bridge Inn, Grinton. Lovely fresh bread etc from the bakers in Reeth. Good, fresh, light lunches at the cycle café across the road. Had a good relaxing break. Thank you for the wine.”
by The Williams, Wigan. 19/5/2012
“We had a lovely stay in your comfortable cottage, weather hasn’t been great for June but still managed some lovely walks. Pubs are great! Local towns of Leyburn and Richmond are worth a visit.”
by The Cooper’s, Chelmsford. 2/6/2012
“A wonderful cottage and fantastic location. The cottage is perfect with excellent facilities and exceptional standards, looked after with a lovely couple with pride. The Bridge Inn in Grinton, Reeth and local walks are a must…just for starters! Certainly, visit the Tan Hill Inn (crazy people , but lovely) and Hardrow Waterfall (via the amazing Green Dragon Pub) are a must. Thank you so very much…hope to return very soon. P.S. After stays in a variety of cottages across the UK, the cottage and North Yorkshire Dales are top of our return list. Love the place and area to bits.”
by Jules, Mutley, Barnaby and Radley, Peterborough. 14/7/2012
“Another lovely stay. Peaceful and relaxing – thank you.”
by The Charman Family, Stafford. 11/8/2012
“Lovely two week stay. Fantastic location. Thank you.”
by The Jones Family, Herts. 11/8/2012
“Fantastic holiday – loved every minute. We will be back.”
by Jane and Mark, Chesterfield. 25/8/2012
“A wonderful holiday, perfect weather, a lovely cottage with fantastic views. Couldn’t have wished for anything better.”
by The Douse’s, Doncaster. 6/9/2012
“A wonderful relaxing week ona wonderful setting and comfortable cottage. Thank you.”
by Pat, Mike and Carol, Stockport. 15/9/2012
“Gorgeous cottage, close to all the facilities (pubs!!) and beautiful scenery. Good weather all week meant plenty of lovely walks and a knackered dog. Thank you.”
by Chris and Jane and Freddie the Dog, Nottingham. 6/10/2012
“Beauty, bonza mate!”
by “Beauty, bonza mate!” The Minnekan’s, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. 21/10/2012
“Breath taking views, supreme comfort and a perfect location. Thank you for the privilege of staying in your wonderful cottage, we are sad to leave. Very good views, very nice cottage.”
by The Talks, Winchester. 2/11/2012
“We had a lovely autumn break in this cottage. The walks on the doorstep were beautiful, the food in the local pubs especially the Bridge Inn and The Buck were very tasty. Have completely fallen in love with the Dales and especially Swaledale and all it has to offer. Have really enjoyed staying in your beautiful cottage thank you so much.”
by The Barthams, Sheffield. 10/11/2012