About the property
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Lutinbell Cottage is a charming two bedroom character cottage lovingly renovated to a high standard whilst keeping its original features.
The cottage is located in the small village of Kildwick (4.8 miles from Skipton).
Lutinbell Cottage sleeps 4 people in two bedrooms (1 x King, 2 x single) and has a private rear walled garden with a gate giving direct access to the Leeds Liverpool Canal tow path. The cottage has its own off road parking space, further on street parking is available.
There is a stunning large fitted kitchen with wood burner, American style fridge freezer and range cooker, a spacious lounge with another wood burner and many original features.
The spacious master bedroom has a king size bed and built in wardrobes.
The second bedroom with two single beds oozes character with wooden beams, stone wall and decorative fireplace as well as a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden.
The garden is sunny and secluded and has a lovely patio with table and chairs and a BBQ - ideal for outdoor living.
There are miles of beautiful walks straight from the front door. A charming country pub is just around the corner and the nearest shop is a 5 minutes walk.
With numerous local attractions within the vicinity Lutinbell Cottage is an ideal base to explore the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire.
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- English, German
- Calendar last updated:
- May 16, 2018
Local Services & Businesses
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
A Beautiful Cottage in a lovely Area
This is a lovely old cottage Set in beautiful countryside. It is full of character and is fully equipped with everything that you would Need for your stay. It has parking in the front
It is very clean and well looked after and there is also a courtyard when you can sit and relax outside in the sun
This is an ideal base for exploring the Yorkshire National Park and there are lovely walks along the Leeds/ Liverpool Canal and the local river.
This cottage is situated about 5 miles from the market town of Skipton but for convenience there is a local coop store on the doorstep
The local pub is worth a try as it has good food & ale.
All in all it is a lovely place to stay and we will certainly return if in that area again in the future
Thank you so much for your lovely comments. We are delighted you enjoyed your stay and we would love to welcome you again.
Beautiful holiday cottage near Skipton
Lutinbell Cottage is a beautiful period cottage with two excellent sized bedrooms. The cottage retains it original charm following careful renovation to include all the facilities you would expect in a home-away-from-home. The cottage also has excellent Wi-Fi signal which we have found isn't always easy to come by when travelling away from home!
The cottage is located in a beautiful small village that includes a cluster of houses, a church and a pub. Just a short 10 minute walk away there is a Co-op petrol station which stocks many of the essentials. The cottage is around 4.5 miles from Skipton town centre which you can reach by following the canal at the back of the cottage (it is around 30 minutes each way by cycle).
Inside the cottage there is a beautiful large kitchen with dishwasher, American fridge/freezer (complete with water and ice dispenser), wood burner, large dining table and range cooker. On our arrival we also found a lovely bottle of red wine, Lutinbell Cottage ale and biscuits which were much appreciated.
The spacious front room included original features as well as another wood burner (which had been prepared before our arrival so was ready to use). The TV was a good size and had Freeview (or something similar) installed so you have access to more than just the basic channels.
The master bedroom was particularly large (with a huge wardrobe!) and a king sized bed. The second bedroom had two single beds and was again a large room with many original features. Both rooms were very well decorated and comfortable.
The bathroom includes a large walk-in shower, wc and basin. There is parking outside of the cottage for 1 car and to the rear there is a lovely secluded garden with a gate allowing direct access to the canal.
All-in-all we had a lovely time at Lutinbell Cottage which is a perfect base for exploring the countryside and Skipton.
A lovely cottage
We had a wonderful time, in a beautiful cottage, which we unfortunately had to cut short. Plans to go back!
Excellent property and well equipped..
We stayed at Lutinbell Cottage for 4 nights and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The cottage is very spacious, clean and full of character.
Cannot fault the property, everything was perfect.
More than a holiday let, a beautiful home with all the amenities required for a comfortable vacation. Every element was perfect... from the best bed/ mattress we’ve probably slept in, down to the sharpest knives in Christendom.
Despite everything storm Aileen could through at us, we enjoyed visits to Skipton and Bolton Abbey.
The local ‘White Lion’ has a good beer cellar and we enjoyed a lovely Sunday lunch and great steaks on steak night. The Zolsha Indian restaurant also provided us with an excellent meal. We didn’t manage to get to Harrogate... maybe next time.
Fabulous cottage in great spot
We recently had a weeks stay in this lovely cottage & thoroughly enjoyed our week. Very well equipped and furnished.
However, if we'd been a family of four then I think they could have done with a second large pan and a casserole dish with lid (but we like to cook - others might not),
We loved sitting in the private garden with its access onto the tow path. We enjoyed a walk to Silsden one direction &'then to Skipton the other.
We didn't particularly care for the local pub. Typical pub food - chips with everything. And they didn't sell Chardonnay. A pub not selling it? We took a 15 minute walk through Crosshills (at the side of the Co-op) up to the Old White Bear. What a warm, friendly reception we got. Great atmosphere and lovely food.
On the Sunday - on our walk back from Sillsden, we stopped in the church rooms near the cottage & enjoyed tea & scones in there. Very good.
Overall, we had a great week. Don't think we'd really return as we feel we've now explored the area fully and there's so many places yet to see.....