Welcome to Holiday Home Yorkshire

COVID-19 UPDATE

We’re currently contacting everyone with a booking due in the next few weeks while lockdown restrictions are in place.

We’ve had many emails and are working through them as quickly as we can, so apologies if you’ve tried to contact us but haven’t heard back yet.  We will get back to you.  We are all working from home now so do not have access to the main phone line, so please do email us.

As it stands at the moment, we cannot take bookings for holidays arriving before 30 June 2020 (this date will be reviewed depending on when the Government thinks that lockdown will be lifted).

 

We are a local holiday cottage agency in Reeth, Swaledale and we love the Yorkshire Dales! Our cottages are in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful scenery and picture postcard villages.

Here at Holiday Home Yorkshire, our team pride themselves on their friendly, personal service and extensive knowledge of both the cottages and the local area. Our aim is to make it easy for you to find and book your perfect cottage holiday, and make unforgettable memories in this stunning place we call home.

Pet Friendly

dog-friendly

Hot tubs

cottages with hot tub

Bike Storage

cottages with bike storage

Family Friendly

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Featured Accommodation

Cottages with Hot Tubs

Mill Cottage

Situated on the outskirts of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and only one mile from the beautiful village of Dalton and two miles from the picturesque village of Ravensworth is Mill Cottage. Mill Cottage is a fantastic barn conversion within the grounds of a non-working farm and overlooking some of the most beautiful rolling farmlands.

Events and Days Out

Aye Gill Pike – 360 views of the Southern Fells

Aye Gill Pike is a Marylynn in the Yorkshire Dales Southern Fells. Although it doesn’t conform to the usual image of a rugged pike that would spring to mind, neither does it quite sit in the category of the Dales mountains with a height of 556 metres (1,824 ft).  It is still worth the hike as from the top you are surrounded by 360-degree views of higher fells such as Great Coum and Whernside and the Howgills.

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