Cottage in Healaugh, Nr. Reeth, Swaledale, Yorkshire Dales - Perfect Holiday Home for the Family or two couples
About Janet Hughes
Swaledale Cottages is a small family run business which has been in existence since 1977. Over those years we have had several properties in different locations in the Dales and now proudly offer three cottages in lovely locations in or near the village of Healaugh (nr.Reeth) in Swaledale. We have a policy of continuous improvement so all of our cottages are both pristine and well equipped. The two properties cater for 2 and 4 people and we have moved towards en-suite facilities. Although all our cottages are 4 Star perhaps the best measure of the satisfaction of our customers is the large number of customers who return again and again. We have customers who have been coming to our cottages every year for the past 20 years and now children of customers are bringing their loved ones.
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Outstanding; great hosts and lovely setting in a comfortable home from home - fantastic library
We are thrilled that you had a lovely time, you'll have to come back to read some more of our books!
Quiet and hospitable
A beautifully quiet and peaceful location, perfect for walking straight out onto the moor. Nicely equipped and comfortable - just remember to bring a lot of pound coins if you need the heating on!
Lovely property really clean, beautiful area, owners very nice and welcoming, Biscuits and tea set out, excellent.
Thank you for your lovely review. We are glad you had a wonderful time and enjoyed our cottage. We hope to welcome you back again in the future.
Owners made us very welcome with info about area.
Cottage was ideal for us and very comfortable
A restful time for us .
Thank you for your positive review, we look forward to welcoming you back in the future.
VERY ENJOYABLE STAY
Owners made us feel very welcome indeed,cottage was very pretty and clean which made us feel very comfortable.Would and will recommend and really good value for money
Thank you for this lovely review, we are glad you had such a good time and enjoyed our cottage.
Lovely clean cottage, all we needed and more.The owners were very nice and extremely helpful .
We had pretty good weather walked a bit had a cream tea at Ravenseat which is a must. Saw lots of curlews and a baby one too.very good shops at Leyburn, caught the little while bus at Gunnerside to Muker and walked back, all very nice and very helpful driver. I must put in that l of our party was Taken ill and the owners of our cottage went the extra mile to help us even fetched a prescription for us, so kind rarely seen in these times..would recommend highly.
Thank you for your lovely review and we are thrilled you had such a good time and enjoyed Thiernswood Cottage.
We hope a full recovery has now been made and we hope to see you again in the future.
Durham and Tees Valley Airport approx. 50 mins drive. Darlington Raiolway Station approx. 45 mins.
The post office, shops and pubs are two miles away at Reeth. Richmond is located at the foot of the Dale. We are surrounded by castles, waterfalls and spectacular countryside. We have a genuine operating Georgian theatre in Richmond. The Bowes Museum, The Green Howards Regimental Museum, and the Dales Museum are all close by as is The Wensleydale Creamery and Theakstons and Black Sheep breweries.
The area is essentially walking country and you will find much to enjoy as you tramp the heather moors, ford the streams or pause to admire the handiwork of dry stone wall builders.
Reeth is the main village in the centre of the Dale. It has a large village green surrounded by stone built houses, country shops, pubs and tea shops. In the nearby village of Low Row you will be able to visit a working farm. Hazel Brow Farm is an ideal day out, especially for younger children. Richmond is located at the foot of the Dale and boasts an impressive castle with a fine Norman Keep. It is also home of the Royal Georgian Theatre which is over 200 years old. The Green Howards Museum commemorates the origins of the oldest regiment in the British Army. In Upper Swaledale, the unique Butter Tubs Pass leads through to Wensleydale.