Holly Tree Cottage
Ideally located cottage for two on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Well presented, perfectly clean and cosy cottage equipped with everything we needed during our stay, very good value for money - the owners have clearly thought through what guests will need for a comfortable stay03-Nov-2017
Further Guest Reviews
The cottage looked perfectly based, fresh and stylish. Pleasing location and very well equipped. Everything is fresh and not tired so high standard08-Sep-2017
We booked last minute so choice was very limited although it turned out to be the right choice! Decor, location, cleanliness immaculate, comfort, level of equipment19-Aug-2017
Looked appealing and suited our needs. A reasonable price to pay for two people. Cleanliness excellent, well equipped and all very good quality. Wouldn't change a thing!24-Mar-2017
We have stayed in the Yorkshire Dales many times but this is one of the nicest cottages, even better than described. Everything very clean, very peaceful location and all done to a high standard. Home from home! We hope to come again very soon.28-Dec-2016
Right location, excellent prices, Thursday to Monday availability, looked very nice on website, bike storage, even better than described! Furnished to a very high standard throughout, every detail considered, very useful information folder for guests. The cottage surpassed expectations.06-Oct-2016
Location, beautiful decoration, perfectly clean. All we needed, could not ask for more, and felt really nice. Very nice and tasteful, well done to the owners, we hope to return.26-Aug-2016
Attention to detail, very comfortable, cleanliness excellent. Property upgraded to a high and tasteful standard.17-Jun-2016
- Bedrooms: 1
- Sleeps: 2
- Pets: No
- Price £290 - £507 per week
EASTER HOLIDAY AVAILABILITY 30 March - 6 April 7 nights £358, 3 nights £270. 4, 5 and 6 nights available too.
Duvets, pillows, linen and towels all provided. Thermostatically controlled electric radiators and electricity included.
Television, Freeview, radio/CD player, Blu-ray/DVD, hob, oven, microwave oven, fridge, automatic washer/dryer, shaver point, hair dryer, bench, cot and high chair.
Parking to the side of the cottage or on the driveway by arrangement with the owner. Bicycle store. Free WiFi.
Bar/restaurant and bus route nearby. Shop 2 miles.
Sorry, not suitable for pets. Strictly non smoking.
Description and Location
Overlooking the green but tucked away in the courtyard of Holly Tree House, a former Inn and now a Grade II listed building the adjacent Holly Tree cottage is a creative and modern conversion of a traditional outbuilding. Entry is from the shared courtyard to a tiled hallway with cloakroom facilities which provides access to a bedroom with king-size bed and a shower room with washbasin and toilet. A stairway rises from the hallway to a large open plan lounge with kitchen and dining area. The room is lofted to the roof apex displaying the original beams and rafters which enhance the space and provide a warm diffused light. There are views to the green and distant fell-sides from the lounge in particular.
The cottage is quite secluded and has been painstakingly renovated with a mix of modernist and traditional in style. The use of muted tones blended with pale oak and mature pine provides a calm atmosphere and a perfect backcloth for the many paintings by local artists of renown. Holly Tree is a small cottage which belies its dimensions by the space it provides, the perfect place for two within an unpretentious but homely environment.
Please note this cottage is let Friday to Friday.
About East Witton
In the lower reaches of Wensleydale near the confluence of the rivers Ure and Cover the high fells have disappeared to the north but Witton Fell still stands proud as the last high outpost of the diminishing fells to the south. Here sits East Witton, a pretty village, built around a long green and surrounded by tree lined meadows with the occasional cornfield. The green and its surrounding cottages have changed little since they were substantially rebuilt by the Earl of Aylesbury, squire of Jervaulx following a catastrophic fire in 1796, this included St.