Lion Cottage was just in the right spot for what we wanted, very well presented, cleanliness was excellent. All spot on22-Sep-2017
Further Guest Reviews
Perfect central location for where we wanted to be. Lovely location, period (original) features. Well equipped kitchen, lovely bathroom, great facilities and furnishings. Good price, size, facilities etc for us. Already thinking of when we would like to come again.21-Jul-2017
We chose Lion Cottage for it's location and it's character and were very pleased with the secluded road yet all amenties just around the corner. The cleanliness was excellent, value money and we would like to return01-Jul-2017
We only needed a small cottage for two in very central north Yorkshire Dales location. Had everything we required including nice secluded garden for the few days of sunshine. Excellent value for money, ideal location, size and all amenities. Extremely clean - everything - kitchen, bathroom etc etc16-Jun-2017
Homely and welcoming. Quaintness! Cleanliness excellent - first class! Excellent value for money and would definitely recommend to a friend. Nothing disappointing, everything was there for our comfort04-Jun-2017
Cottage for two and location in Bainbridge. Lovely decor, stunning bathroom, very well equipped and WiFi. Very clean, a credit to the owners. Excellent furnishings, lots of thought gone into everything. Annexe very useful for walking gear19-May-2017
Loved everything, impressed with the upgraded bathroom! All very homely and comfortablet. Our second visit to Lion Cottage and the Dales. Very with impressed with cleanliness and facilities - a home from home.23-Sep-2016
Impressed by the quality of the furnishings, comfortable bed, gorgeous bathroom, lots of thoughtful touches, spotlessly clean. Location, flexibility of booking dates.31-Aug-2016
Good quality and looks nice. Nice interior decoration, very clean, value for money, would definitely return25-May-2016
Perfect location for us. Cosy, welcoming, very clean, quiet location. Very good value. No disappointments. Would love to return.29-Apr-2016
- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Pets: No
- Price £269 - £428 per week
SHORT BREAKS and flexible start days all year.
Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided. Oil-fired central heating, electricity and an evening's worth of logs included. Additional logs available to buy at the cottage or local shops.
Television, Freeview, DVD, hob, oven, microwave oven, fridge/freezer, automatic washer, shaver point, hairdryer, garden furniture.
Off road parking. Secure bicycle store. Telephone. Free WiFi.
Shop, cafe, pub, garage selling petrol, sweets, logs, newspapers, bus stop nearby. Sorry, not suitable for pets. Strictly non smoking.
Description and Location
A peaceful lane known as the Newkin runs from the south side of Bainbridge village green and branches into a private gated nook of four individual dales terraced cottages, a very intimate corner, with Lion Cottage central to the terrace. Now charmingly restored and brought into the modern era with style and comfort. The retention of wide board doors and bedroom floor, stone stairway and alcoves shows the essence of past times.
Entry is to a cosy living area with lounge seating around a wood-burning stove set in a Victorian surround with hearth and a dining area to one side. Adjoining the lounge to the rear is a well fitted galley kitchen with ample space to prepare for those romantic meal occasions. An original stone stairway winds from the lounge to a double bedroom and a bathroom with bath, shower, washbasin and toilet.
At the other side of the nook from the cottage are low outbuildings and behind these by way of a narrow alley is an enclosed and secluded patio garden with gravel surface and flower borders. Nearby on the Newkin is a designated parking area for the cottage which is adjacent to a gated access to the garden although the cottage is easily reached directly from the Newkin.
An interesting upper dales cottage providing a high standard of accommodation with a cosy atmosphere making it an ideal holiday home for two, whatever the weather.
In upper Wensleydale the stately Addlebrough stands flat topped and serene with its high crags dominating the dale and its northern slopes reaching down in a series of diminishing escarpments to embrace the river Ure. On its western flank the lower slopes are steep and almost touch the mirrored steps of the mightier Wether Fell cupping the secret and tranquil valley of Raydale and lake Semerwater. The river Bain, the shortest river in England, flows from the lake over a three mile course to join the river Ure close to Yorebridge, the Ure crossing.