Pet Friendly Cottage Company

Riverside Cottage

Yorkshire Dales
Sleeps 4

Riverside Cottage in the peaceful hamlet of Helwith Bridge is a lovely stone built, 18th century detached cottage with a fantastic setting on the banks of the river Ribble. The property has been beautifully restored and is decorated and furnished to a good standard.

Inside the vibe is warm and welcoming with a cosy living room with old beams, a lovely open fire and two delightful bedrooms. We think this cottage is a good choice for couples or small families looking for a relaxing retreat. The cottage is well equipped for self catering and also has some rather unique features including a fantastic Juliet balcony accessed from the living room, offering stunning views over the waters and countryside beyond.

Nearby guests can enjoy some amazing walks both on the Pennine Way and in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Natural attractions such as Malham Cove and Gordale Scar are also within easy reach. Two well behaved pets are welcome.

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Pet Friendly Days Out in Yorkshire Dales
Blists Hill
Blists Hill is a charming recreated Victorian town where visitors can meet the Victorians in their shops, cottages and workplaces, see all the animals and even enjoy a horse and cart ride. Canal Street offers a parade of new shops, including a Fried Fish Dealers, Sweet Shop, Drapers and Photographers. Why not have some traditional fish and chips for lunch followed by a ride on the Victorian fair. Dogs on leads welcome.
The Old Mill Riverside Tea Rooms
The Old Mill Riverside Tea Rooms are located in the picturesque and award winning village of Lower Slaughter. Here you can enjoy an array of tasty treats including home made cakes, sandwiches and scones with a pot of freshly brewed Yorkshire tea. Dogs are welcome on the terrace of the tearoom and may even be able to enjoy a biscuit themselves.
Helmsley Walled Garden
Helmsley Walled Garden in beautiful, North Yorkshire is a gorgeous five acre garden which was originally built in 1756. Over the past 15 years it has been lovingly restored to its former glory and is simply stunning during the summer months when most of the flowers are in bloom. Recent additions include some smaller garden rooms including a lovely cottage flower garden and a white garden. Dogs on leads are welcome.
23rd September 2018