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Croft House Croft House is a cosy self catering holiday cottage situated in Starbotton, a pretty Wharfedale village in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Build in the 17th century this stone cottage offers plenty of original character with its beamed ceilings, open stonework, low doorways, latched pine doors and open fire. It is well equipped, spacious and comfortably furnished offering a restful country retreat in a peaceful and tranquil location.

There is a large south-facing garden for warm summer days and alfresco dinning or simply to relax and enjoy the fabulous and contrasting scenery surrounding the cottage. Countryside walks, riverside strolls, moors and fell walking or cycling the country lanes all start at the doorstep.

Other activities include fly-fishing (the river Wharfe is only a stones throw away), shopping in the many intriguing dales villages with their varied shops, eating and drinking at the local pubs and restaurants - for more inspiration see "what to do and see in the Yorkshire Dales".
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read more › The cottage rental prices are shown below. Croft House will be ready on your arrival, prepared with all linen and bedding and towels. Heating and electricity is included within the price. Also included is a full basket of coal and logs so all you need to do is put your feet up and enjoy. Bookings are Friday to Friday, except for some weeks in the low season where it is possible to come for three or four nights.

read more › Starbotton is a tiny picturesque limestone village in the Craven district of North Yorkshire in the Yorkshire National Park. Starbotton is situated by the river Wharfe in the beautiful countryside of Upper Wharfedale 15 miles north of Skipton midway between Kettlewell and Buckden. The area around Starbotton is renowned for its spectacular walks, from the long distance Dales Way to shorter walks. Footpaths lead from Starbotton in five directions, up to the top of Buckden Pike, down the river to Kettlewell, up the river to Buckden, over the top to Arncliffe and over to Coverdale.

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