Bewerley Hall Cottage

Yorkshire, Britain

Comfy, cute and cheerily warm with squishy red sofas, cottagey kitchen, lovely views and glorious Nidderdale to explore on foot or horseback


1 bed


5 bedrooms


Sleeps 2


Pretty pretty pretty! Once the home of Bewerley Hall’s head gardener, this couple’s hideaway is comfy, cute and at the tail of a terrace of stone cottages. Step in to a sitting room that envelops you in cheering warmth: a wood-burner in the inglenook; two squishy red sofas dotted with cushions; a bookcase brimming with books, an iPod dock, guides and maps. For muddy wellies there’s a boot room, and next to this, a cottagey kitchen. Upstairs is a double with excellent linen and lovely views over cherry trees and the village green, and a bathroom with slipper bath and local lotions. On sunny days, follow the sun front or back, dine out and soak up the views over Bewerley Park, the river and town beyond. Walk from the door, along the river Nidd or to How Stean limestone gorge; you’re in beautiful Nidderdale and the Yorkshire Dales are a few miles away. Explore by foot, bike or horse – a mountain bike centre and stables are nearby – and well-behaved dogs are welcome (downstairs). For a more sedate ramble, stroll to charming Pateley Bridge (5 minutes) and pick up your dinner – there’s a deli, butchers and a good pub. Perfect.


  • Hot tub
  • WiFi
  • Swimming pool
  • Mobile reception
  • Oven
  • Open fire / woodburner
  • Hob
  • Parking on premises
  • Barbecue
  • Free parking nearby
  • Meals available
  • Paid parking nearby
  • Breakfast available
  • Accessible by public transport
  • Central heating
  • Wheelchair access
  • Limited mobility
  • Air conditioning
  • Washing machine
  • Garden
  • Television
  • Tennis court
  • Pets welcome

Family friendly

  • Baby monitor
  • Children welcome
  • Books and toys
  • Babies welcome
  • Stair gates
  • High chair


  • Pub within 3 miles
  • Restaurant within 3 miles
  • Shop within 3 miles


  • Bikes available
  • Food courses
  • Kayaking
  • Other courses
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Wild swimming

& pricing

Booking information

Check in
From 3pm
Check out
Booking restrictions
Minimum stay: 3 nights.
No smoking
Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.

Doggie treats upon arrival.

Dogs £20 per stay. Max. 2.

Great walks from the door, dog-friendly pubs along the way!


Nightly price
from £98
Weekly price
from £495
1 Cottage for 2
From £981 bed5 bedrooms


Absolutely perfect weekend thanks to Sarah's little touches. Everything was as promised and even better than imagined (especially lemon drizzle cake). Cottage was especially magical with the January snow and we came back to London refreshed and energised in a way that a hotel or anywhere else could not have achieved. Will definitely be back!


Fantastic cottage in a beautiful part of Yorkshire. Sarah offers a warm welcome with lots of local tips regarding walks and places to eat, all on your doorstep. We had a wonderfully relaxing time, and dogs thoroughly enjoyed themselves.


This is a beautiful cottage in a fantastic part of the Dales. Sarah and Tim welcome you like old friends and nothing is too much trouble from when you book to the end of your stay. The cottage is just as the pictures on the website and is a real cosy home from home. Sarah's postcard walks are wonderful as is the surrounding area. We would reccommend visiting Ripley Village & castle and Bolton Abbey and Olleys' resturant in Pately Bridge serves excellent Italian food. If you want a relaxing break, in a high end spec cottage then this is the one for you. Just let us re-book firsts through!


It was delightful, beautifully equipped with lots of little touches. It totally exceeded our expectations and I have been telling lots of my friends


Perfect cottage for two; lots of lovely touches including homemade cake, wine in the fridge and fire laid ready in the sitting room. Comfortable and relaxing; we really didn't want to leave!


Just what the doctor ordered! Peaceful, relaxing, comfortable....just perfect! The cottage is ideally located with great walks straight from the front door - not to mention some superb local pubs serving great food! We would definately like to visit again.


A beautiful cottage, fully equipped (and more) in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Sarah met us on arrival and proved a mine of information on the locality - walks, food & drink and places of interest. Excellent walking available from the door around Bewerley/Pateley Bridge and up the Nidderdale valley. Thoroughly recommended and hoping to visit again soon. A big thank you!


Super cottage lovely location well equipped and clean a great place to stay. Lovely cake on arrival.


Absolutely lovely cottage, a perfect little bolt hole ideal for two plus dog. Cosy, warm and comfortable cottage, friendly & obliging owner, essentials supplied on arrival including wine and cake!


A wonderful little cottage. Warm and comfortable. Sarahs attention to detail makes it a very special place. We had a super time and didnt want to leave. Sarah is so helpful.....a great hostess! We would recommend this little gem to anybody.


A wonderful find! A lovely top end and luxurious cottage. Beautifully clean and well looked after. The cottage is very welcoming which is down to the special care and attention taken by Sarah and Tim. It's situated in a wonderful area, with great walks, scenery and idyllic villages. I couldn't recommend this cottage highly enough.


The most gorgeous cottage in one of the most idyllic and stunning locations in England! We have just returned from a weekend staying at Bewerley Hall Cottage and can't wait to return. It was spotlessly clean and chic with everything and more than we could wish for thought of and provided. We walked to the local pubs and restaurants plus enjoyed a wonderful long walk in the glorious Nidderdale, up in the old lead mines and quarries returning to the peace and tranquillity of the cottage. A wonderful place to relax and put all your usual troubles aside. Many thanks to Denise and Nigel.

Louise, Solihull

A beautiful cottage in a beautiful location we was welcomed with a welcome little hamper from the local shops the landlord was very easy to get hold of if ever needed highly recommended

Tracey, Manchester

This fantastic cottage has everything you need, cosy lounge, spacious and comfortable bedroom a beautiful modern bathroom and a well equipped kitchen. The area has lots of stunning walks and there are some for everyone whether you are an ambler or a hiker. There are so many places to visit but Fountain Abbey and Bolton Abbey should be seen. Pateley Bridge is just a five minute walk away where there are two pubs serving tasty food with generous portions. There are two butchers and other shops supplying a wide range of delicious goodies. We have already booked for a third visit.


Our stay in Bewerley Hall Cottage was perfect we could not have hoped for more from our 1st weekend away with dog in tow. Received a very warm welcome, with details of local walks etc (encompassing dog-friendly pubs). Pateley Bridge has pretty much everything you need, food to eat in and out, pubs, a pet shop. The area is stunning too. We cannot wait to go back.


We stayed at Bewerley Hall Cottage for 4 nights as our honeymoon break. We couldn't have been happier with the cottage - it was absolutely perfect and even better than we had hoped for. The lovely warm welcome from Sarah as we arrived set the tone for the rest of our stay. Bottle of bubbly, yummy lemon drizzle cake and a freshly set woodburner were all waiting for us. Lots to see and do in Pately Bridge and surrounding areas. Highly recommend Olley's, the 2 pubs and the butchers. We'll definitely be coming back!


A really great place to stay. From the moment you are personally welcomed by the owner to the end of your stay a totally relaxing place. Locals are friendly too, great pubs, dog friendly too - already planning our return visit. Thanks Sarah for a great place to stay.


We had a lovely long weekend at Bewerley Hall Cottage. Sarah was extremely helpful and friendly from the initial phone call to our arrival and leaving. The cottage was everything we could have wished for - cosy, warm and delightfully decorated. It is a short walk down to Pateley Bridge, the gateway to Nidderdale with lots of restaurants, pubs cafes and shops. We had a great meal at Olly's and enjoyed exploring the area.


Just returned from a wonderfully relaxing few days staying at the cottage in Bewerley. So well appointed, comfortable, cosy, warm and romantic! The Nidderdale area is beautiful, great walks, pubs, things to see and do... Thanks


I stayed at Bewerley Hall Cottage for a long weekend with my boyfriend and our dog. Sarah had thought of everything to make our stay so comfortable - the fire had been laid, wine and beer in the fridge, delicious homemade lemon cake, treats for the dog and an amazing bathroom and ironed sheets on the bed like a five star hotel. Really good walks on the doorstep and terribly friendly people in Pateley Bridge. Would highly recommend the pies from the local butchers. Well worth a visit - we will definitely return again in the future. Thank you so much - we had a fabulous time.


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The neighbourhood

Local points of interest from Denise & Nigel McConnell

  • Bewerley village - dates back to the Domesday, with pretty stone cottages, village green, and the peaceful Bewerley Grange Chapel built in 1494 by Marmaduke Huby, one of the last abbots of nearby Fountains Abbey - look out for his initials and motto.
  • Pateley Bridge - the main Dales town of Nidderdale and just a short stroll from the cottage door. You'll find two great local pubs, a bakery, delis, award winning butchers, galleries, gift shops, tea rooms and our favourite Italian restaurant 'Ollies'
  • Yorkes Folly - known locally as 'Two Stoops' and just above Bewerley. Built in this prominent position in the late 18th Century by John Yorke of Bewerley Hall, partly to provide employment during bad times. Fantastic view point, well worth the walk up
  • Fountains Abbey - now owned by the National Trust and a spectacular World Heritage Site.
  • The Yorke Arms, Ramsgill - a Michelin starred restaurant located in the pretty village of Ramsgill just a short drive from Bewerley and Pateley Bridge.
  • Gouthwaite Reservoir just outside Pateley - stunning whether on foot, by car or on a bike, sits just below How Stean Gorge and not forgetting the Nidderdale Way - long distance footpath between Hampsthwaite and Scar House.