Fell Beck nestles at the edge of the village and enjoys views of the adjacent beck and fell beyond
Ground floor: Sitting room, please note that the sofa's have been replaced
Ground floor: Kitchen
Ground floor: Dining room
A view from a window
First floor: Master bedroom with 5' bed
First floor: Twin bedroom with two 3' beds
First floor: En-suite bathroom to master bedroom with bath and separate shower
First floor: Family bathroom
Fell Beck with accommodation for 4 Guests
Fell Beck next to the beck
The ruins of Barden Tower are just down the road
The 16th century stone bridge straddling the River Wharfe
The patio

Fell Beck

2 nights min. stay

from £448

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At a glance

Sleeps 4
Property type Villa
Changeover day Flexible
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Min # of nights 2
Arrival time 16:00
Departure time 10:00

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This fine cottage is on the edge of the village of Burnsall, arguably the prettiest village in Wharfedale. It enjoys views of the adjacent beck and fell beyond and is perfectly situated for exploring the Dales and their many attractions.

Fell Beck is perfectly located in the village of Burnsall, arguably the prettiest village in Wharfedale. The cottage nestles at the edge of the village and enjoys dual aspect views of the adjacent beck and fell beyond and the village green with its handsome 16th century stone bridge straddling the River Wharfe. The river shallows and widens here and, in Summer, is a tempting place for a cooling paddle after a day's walking.

There is a small paved sitting out area at the front of the cottage with garden furniture where you can enjoy breakfast in the sun while listening to the babbling beck in front of you and gazing at the sheep on the fell beyond.

Enjoy the large village green with its maypole and, next to the bridge, is the famous Red Lion pub, which offers a fantastic pint by the river and extremely good food, largely locally produced.

The village also boasts the ancient St Wilfred's church, a 16th century primary school and, unusually nowadays, a village shop and extremely good tea room. The village is on the Dales Way and there are many lovely walks from the doorstep, including river walks in both directions to Grassington via Hebden or to Appletreewick, which has two pubs to choose from.
This holiday cottage at a glance

Sleeps four guests.
One double bedroom and one twin bedroom
Two bathrooms.
Wood burning stove.
Small paved sitting out area at the front of the cottage with garden furniture and barbecue..
Integral garage suitable for small car. Other parking available in adjacent field.
Sorry, no pets.
WiFi.
Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional features

The patch of grass opposite the house belongs to the neighbouring property and can be used for unloading if the neighbour is not in residence.
Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer.
TV, DVD, iPod and a selection of DVDs, books and board games
Babies are welcome and there is a travel cot, high chair and stairgate available on request.
Outdoor furniture and barbecue.

Attractions and nearby amenities

To the south the market towns of Skipton and Ilkley offer larger shops and supermarkets and bustling market days whilst a few miles north is the larger village of Grassington with a good butcher, baker, souvenir shops and a selection of eateries.
The breath-takingly romantic sight of the ruined Bolton Abbey is just down the road, as is the legendary Strid, which can be reached via a lovely riverside woodland walk.
As well as having an excellent pub on the doorstep and lots more close by, there are many excellent restaurants in the vicinity including the Devonshire Arms at Bolton Abbey (Michelin starred restaurant), and the renowned Angel Inn at Hetton. The Angel has recently been named in the Times Top 20 Best Gastro Pubs in Britain.
Further afield are the more strenuous walks of Upper Wharfedale, as well as stunning Malham Cove, Hawes, famous for its Wensleydale cheese, Ingleton waterfalls, Stump Cross Caverns and Aysgarth Falls.
Nearby are lots of potential rainy day attractions including York, offering the Jorvik Viking Centre and the National Railway Museum, along with Harrogate and Knaresborough. It is also possible to visit the Bronte village of Haworth from here.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.



Changeover day notes

Location information

Amenities

  • Child friendly
  • Feature fireplace
  • Heating
  • Internet/Wi-Fi
  • Open fire
  • Pub close by
  • TV

Activities & Attractions

  • Walking

General FAQ's

Seasonal weekly tariff overview

# Min stay Start date End date Price
2 nights 28 Oct 2019 18 Dec 2019 £837
2 nights 19 Dec 2019 31 Dec 2019 £1158
2 nights 01 Jan 2020 02 Jan 2020 £1158
2 nights 03 Jan 2020 01 Mar 2020 £845
2 nights 02 Mar 2020 02 Apr 2020 £1019
2 nights 03 Apr 2020 26 Apr 2020 £1205
2 nights 27 Apr 2020 07 May 2020 £1019
2 nights 08 May 2020 11 May 2020 £1205
2 nights 12 May 2020 20 May 2020 £1019
2 nights 21 May 2020 31 May 2020 £1205
2 nights 01 Jun 2020 25 Jun 2020 £1019
2 nights 26 Jun 2020 03 Sep 2020 £1205
2 nights 04 Sep 2020 15 Oct 2020 £1019
2 nights 16 Oct 2020 25 Oct 2020 £1120
2 nights 26 Oct 2020 16 Dec 2020 £853
2 nights 17 Dec 2020 31 Dec 2020 £1180
2 nights 01 Jan 2021 03 Jan 2021 £1180
2 nights 04 Jan 2021 28 Feb 2021 £861
2 nights 01 Mar 2021 01 Apr 2021 £1039
2 nights 02 Apr 2021 25 Apr 2021 £1228
2 nights 26 Apr 2021 29 Apr 2021 £1039
2 nights 30 Apr 2021 03 May 2021 £1228
2 nights 04 May 2021 27 May 2021 £1039
2 nights 28 May 2021 06 Jun 2021 £1228
2 nights 07 Jun 2021 08 Jul 2021 £1039
2 nights 09 Jul 2021 02 Sep 2021 £1228
2 nights 03 Sep 2021 21 Oct 2021 £1039
2 nights 22 Oct 2021 31 Oct 2021 £1142
2 nights 01 Nov 2021 15 Dec 2021 £869
2 nights 16 Dec 2021 31 Dec 2021 £1203
2 nights 01 Jan 2022 03 Jan 2022 £1203

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