Welcome to Bluebell Cottage a beautiful self-catering holiday home, nestled between the bustling market town of Pateley Bridge and the picturesque rolling hills of Nidderdale; an area of outstanding natural beauty. Situated in the heart of Lofthouse village in the beautiful Nidderdale valley near Harrogate, York and Skipton. This heavenly abode has been lovingly restored to enchant those looking for a quiet private escape in the Yorkshire Dales. Bluebell Cottage has been beautifully furnished with a characterful rustic country “Knock your wellies off style” throughout. Whichever direction you arrive at Bluebell cottage, the scenery will take your breath away, you can enjoy the drive and soak up the countryside.
What is the capacity for Bluebell Cottage Harrogate?
Bluebell cottage is an 19th century chocolate box cottage with two luxury en-suite bedrooms sleeping four people. The master bedroom is has a romantic feel about it, fitted with a cast iron claw foot bath. Bedroom two is a cosy twin room decorated in calming colours to soothe the senses.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Harrogate area?
This beautiful cottage is in a prime location. Within easy driving distance are a variety of local attractions and stunning natural sights including the fabulous Brimham Rocks and the famous Three Peaks of Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-y-Ghent. There are miles of stunning walks and mountain bike trails from the doorstep of the cottage making it a heaven for anyone that loves the outdoors. There are countless charming towns and villages nearby including Pateley Bridge and Ilkely where you'll find the oldest sweet shop in England, a Michelin-restaurant and the quintessentially Yorkshire tea room, Bettys among other delights. Before a pleasant stroll along the River Wharf, indulge in a buttery, Fat Rascal here. Without a day out at Harrogate, a trip to this corner of Yorkshire would not be complete. With antique shops, cafes, independent boutiques and restaurants, this elegant Victorian Spa town is bursting on the seams. The Harlow Carr RHS Gardens are an absolute must see.