Tucked at the heart of the stunning Yorkshire Dales in one of its most beautiful villages, Kettlewell House offers enchanting accommodation for up to twelve guests in a truly beautiful home.
A welcoming exterior of Yorkshire stone sets the tone for this delightfully traditional space within, with large, formal dining, stunning wooden furniture and a feature fireplace. Yet it is the contemporary comfort which oozes from these magnificent interiors, with cosy armchairs and luxurious sofas laid out in the two lounges, and a casual breakfast table for more relaxed mealtimes! The kitchen blends these two worlds beautifully, with a traditional Aga set within wood and stone to one side, and yet dazzling white units around it housing the fabulous Bosch appliances, with a gorgeous Belfast sink by the window!
Head up the first set of stairs to find your incredible master bedroom, complete with a super-king-size bed, plus an additional double room. You’ll also find a family bathroom alongside this. Meanwhile, up the second set of stairs you’ll find the remaining three bedrooms, all of which benefit from sublime en-suite bathrooms. Here there are two twin rooms and a third double room, each bursting with luxury and a welcoming charm, guaranteeing a comfortable stay!
Outside in your gorgeous garden you’re all set up for chatting and relaxing in the sunshine, or enjoying a tipple as you listen to the soothing sounds of the beck which runs right alongside you! Excellent furniture offers a spot for a full alfresco mealtime, and there’s even a barbeque if you want to go all in for a memorable day outdoors! And speaking of the outdoors, the Yorkshire Dales promises some of the finest walking, cycling and driving in the UK, with its signature dry stone walls and rolling hills making for sublime scenery! Right on the village green, you couldn’t be better placed to enjoy the charm of Kettlewell itself, and its superb choice of pubs!
Kettlewell House could hardly be better placed for a holiday in the countryside, with stunning landscapes for miles in every direction!
The village of Kettlewell is a perfect hideaway in the middle of the Dales, with an excellent choice of pubs, serving some of the UKs finest ales, and many picturesque homes. Nip into Zarina’s tea room for your morning caffeine hit before venturing around half an hour south to the unmissable Malham cove for a stroll around this limestone amphitheatre with breath-taking views across the national park for many miles.
The Yorkshire Dales are a rural paradise for walkers, cyclists or simply anyone who enjoys the fresh air, peaceful countryside and friendly locals. Wherever you head in this expansive National Park, you’re sure to meet a friendly face to point you in the right direction, recommend a village pub or let you in a few local secrets.
Like all of Yorkshire, the walking paths in the Dales criss-cross infinitely, leading you up gentle sloping hills and through winding valleys, alongside coursing rivers and meandering streams. The roads are equally winding, taking you through the luscious green landscape in the most scenic ways, passing through each quaint village and past countless barns and curious livestock.
Across North Yorkshire you’ll find much more of this dramatic, impressive landscape, as well as plentiful history and tradition, and even another National Park, in the North York Moors! And for something a little different, there are two cities in the county: York and Ripon, the latter of which is in fact the oldest city in England. Both are deeply historical, teeming with glorious architecture including their Minster and Cathedral respectively, and winding cobbled streets. Meanwhile, the endless villages that can be found in nearly every valley are undoubtedly worth visiting. Pop in for a pint and get to know the friendly locals at the village pub or try out the many quaint cafes.
Of course, you can’t leave Yorkshire without a taste of its famous parkin, Wensleydale cheese and rhubarb from The Yorkshire Rhubarb Triangle! Yorkshire is also home to some of the country’s best breweries, including Saltaire Brewery, the Black Sheep Brewery and Theakston’s and you can enjoy a fine curry throughout the county.