Sunnybeck Cottage - Beautiful Escapes
Yorkshire Dales

Sunnybeck Cottage

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Sunnybeck cottage is a beautiful, award winning holiday home set in an idyllic location next to a stream. Situated in the pretty village of Giggleswick just a short walk from Settle. The interior has been designed by the owner, Carol, who has created a stylish yet cosy cottage with interesting objects and colourful furnishings throughout.

Popular with guests, many returning year after year, it is perfect for families, couples and friends. Dogs are especially welcome too!

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PROPERTY DETAILS

Living Space

Don’t be fooled by the pretty roses round the door, this cottage is anything but twee, step inside to discover a colourful, playful cottage. Luxuriously furnished and filled with light flooding in from the tall sash windows and with high ceilings too, it feels rather grand.

At the centre of the sitting room there is a beautiful fireplace with a gas stove to keep you warm on chilly evenings and comfy sofas to snuggle up on and watch your favourite movie.

Kitchen & Dining

The kitchen is sure to impress the most discerning of cooks, it is spacious and well laid out with plenty of storage and a large island with stools for chatting to the cook while catching up on the day’s adventures.

The range oven is capable of managing hearty breakfasts and tasty suppers with everything you need for cooking up a treat.

Throw open the French doors by the dining table and let the sunshine in from the pretty courtyard garden!

Master Bedroom

The master bedroom is a lovely room filled with light, there’s plenty of storage for your holiday wardrobe and a handy en-suite too.

Single Bedrooms

Two spacious rooms with large Victorian sash windows letting in lots of light, there’s ample storage and beautiful beds with soft linens for a relaxing night’s sleep after a day exploring the Dales. These bedrooms share the house bathroom.

Courtyard and garden

At the front of the cottage is a pretty garden filled with cottage blooms and roses round the door while the french doors from the dining area lead out to the courtyard garden at the rear. This is a lovely sheltered area with a table and chairs and BBQ for al fresco dining, wander out through the little gate to the riverbank, take a seat and listen to the water flowing gently past, an idyllic spot for an evening sundowner!

Exploring
  • Pubs and restaurants in Giggleswick and Settle
  • Booths supermarket in Giggleswick
  • Harrogate 37 miles
  • Kendal 32 miles
  • Skipton 16 miles
  • Malham Cove & National Park Centre 48 miles
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park Centre, Grassington 20 miles
Good to know

Check in 4pm

Check out 10am

Private parking for one car at the cottage with additional parking nearby

Supermarket in the village

Short walk to nearest pubs

Walks from the door

Gas stove

Range oven

Fridge/Freezer

Washer

Dishwasher

Dogs welcome

ROOM DETAILS

Queen bed

En-suite

Shower

W.C.

Basin

Single bed

Single bed

House bathroom

Bath with shower over

W.C.

Basin

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THE LOCAL AREA

Above the village is Giggleswick Scar, a series of limestone cliffs that were formed by the Craven Fault. The cliffs are surrounded by woodland in which visitors will see an abundance of wildlife. At the foot of the cliffs there are a number of caves including Schoolboy Cave and the larger Kinsey Cave, which has been the site of numerous prehistoric discoveries.

Giggleswick’s private boarding school is perhaps its most famous institution and includes the late Countdown presenter Richard Whiteley, Star Wars actor Anthony Daniels and motor sport journalist Nigel Roebuck amongst its alumni.

The school also claims that the Three Peaks walk – which includes the scaling of the mountains Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-Ghent – was created by three of its masters in 1887.

At the end of the scar stands Schoolboy Tower, a cairn created by pupils from the boarding school that was built up following a tradition of laying down a single rock to signify the end of the teaching each day.

Exploring

  • Harrogate 37 miles
  • Kendal 32 miles
  • Skipton 16 miles
  • Malham Cove & National Park Centre 48 miles
  • Yorkshire Dales National Park Centre, Grassington 20 miles
 Airports/Railway
  • Nearest station – Settle less than 1 mile
  • Leeds Bradford Airport 33 miles
  • Manchester Airport 67 miles