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Ad Coach House Cottage Pet-Friendly Cottage in Fremington, North Yorkshire

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sleeps 6
3 rooms
1 bathroom

Ad Coach House Cottage Pet-Friendly Cottage description

Holiday home
AD Coach House Cottage is a Grade II listed, stone built, terraced cottage in the centre of the hamlet of Fremington just half a mile from Reeth in Swaledale. With two double bedrooms and one with adult bunk beds as well as a family bathroom, this cottage can sleep six people. Also within the cottage are a fitted kitchen, a dining room and a sitting room with a multi fuel stove. To the outside of the cottage is off road parking for one car, an enclosed lawned garden with a separate patio area with garden furniture and a BBQ. Situated in stunning countryside, AD Coach House Cottage is a truly impressive holiday cottage in a beautiful part of the country.

Situated at the southernmost point of Arkengarthdale, the pretty little Swaledale hamlet of Fremington is set in a delightful area with magnificent countryside and spectacular views. Just a short walk away, the villages of Grinton and Reeth, offer good pubs and excellent places to eat. Reeth itself dates back to Saxon times and became a centre for hand knitting and local lead mining. Now, with its 18th Century houses and hotel clustered around a large village green, the settlement is primarily a tourist destination with a wide array of shops, pubs and restaurants. Nearby Askrigg is also worth visiting and is probably better known from its role as 'Darrowby' in the television series ‘All Creatures Great and Small'. This charming little location also boasts the stunning Aysgarth Falls, Semerwater and Hardraw Force, which is England's highest single-drop waterfall at 99 feet tall. Richmond and Leyburn are also within easy driving distance and offer a further range of amenities.

From heather-clad moors and limestone scars, to market towns and the steady pace of country life - the sublime Dales await you! Where else in Britain is it as satisfying to sit and do nothing as it is to explore the numerous pursuits on offer?

Electric night storage heaters with multi-fuel stove in sitting room and heated towel rail in bathroom. Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, washing machine, flat screen wall mounted digital TV, DVD, stereo/CD player/radio, selection of books/games/DVDs. Fuel, power and starter pack for multi-fuel stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Stairgate, cot, highchair and baby monitor on request. Off road parking for 1 car on shared drive. Enclosed lawned garden with separate patio area and garden furniture. One well-behaved pet welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Cycle hire shop 2 mins walk, shop 10 mins walk, pub 5 mins walk. Note: Owner has arranged a 20% discount on cycle and equipment hire at the Dales Bike Centre.


  • Accepts Pets
  • Cooker
  • Cots
  • Enclosed garden
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • High chair
  • Kettle
  • Linen provided
  • Log fire
  • Parking
  • Parking space
  • Towels provided
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Near pub

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Mrs Campbell
May 2015
The cottage was very well appointed, extremely clean and cosy. Very happy with the property and would stay there again.
Mrs Greavett
September 2015
A cosy cottage with a beautiful sun trap garden. There were amazing views from the cottage and it was in a beautiful part of the country.
Mrs Rush
February 2016
The location of Coach House Cottage was fantastic. We had lovely views. There was good outside space to sit and view the surrounding area.
Mr Castlehouse
September 2014
Cottage set in a great spot for touring the Dales, lovely and peaceful.
Mrs Scarratt
January 2015
Excellent cottage, very cosy with a very good internal layout. Everything about this cottage was, including its position, perfect. With gales blowing outside, we felt safe and warm inside on the two nights of the stormy weather and would not hesitate to recommend this cottage. As for the Dales, and Swaledale in particular, you cannot improve on perfection!
Mrs Brown
April 2015
Had a lovely cosy feeling upon entering AD Coach house, loved all the decorative details. Had a well equipped kitchen, which made cooking for 6 very easy. The view was stunning and it was so lovely to be able to watch the spring lambs. Nice walk into Reeth.
Mr Hatton
March 2014
Parking was convenient, adjacent to the cottage. The cottage was very suitable for the two of us and the dog. It was very clean, warm, well-maintained comfortable. It was convenient for all of the locations that we like to visit. However, I note that the cottage is stated as being suitable for six people. Although adequate beds are provided for six, I believe that it would be rather cramped if one had to cook for six people. Additionally, I don't think that six could comfortably sit around the lounge or the dining table.
Ms Rawlinson
April 2014
Super cottage: excellent quality beds, bathroom, kitchen equipment, etc. Superb location, with wonderful views over the Dale.
Mrs Cooper
July 2012
Beautiful cottage and ideally placed to explore the Dales, and also within easy reach of local shops, pubs and inns. Perfect!
Mr Minnekeer
October 2012
Wonderful location. Cosy accommodation. Very good value.
Mrs Bartlam
November 2012
A lovely cottage with great facilities in a beautiful setting.
Mrs Brown
July 2013
A superb cottage with good views.
Mr Mrs Bright
August 2010
The cleanliness of the property was excellent and we loved the location. Very peaceful and good for walks.
Mr Webb
March 2012
Had a wonderful stay at this cottage, we will be booking it again. Lovely views.
Mr Bartlett
January 2011
Peaceful relaxing location. Nice comfy pub just 5 mins away. Great walking countryside.
Prof Overton
May 2011
Lovely cottage but the location was outstanding. We walked from the front door every day and an easy walk into Reeth for pubs and shops.
Mrs Davies
November 2010
Great location, contained everything we needed. Perfect base for walking and the cafe across the road is a real bonus.
Mrs Morrow
August 2010
Location was good for exploring the area, local subject books helped a lot. Rooms were all lovely and had a posh feel, clear directions for appliances, etc, plasticware for children, well-equipped for the size.
Mr Button
December 2009
Good location. Cottage very well stocked with books, DVD's,games etc.
Mrs Andrews
November 2009
Lovely decor throughout, very well equipped to a high standard. A lot of effort had gone into it and we will definitely want to go back.
Mr Babington
October 2009
This is our 4th visit and we are ready to book again for 2010. That should tell you how much we like the cottage. We have recommmended the cottage to friends and shown them pictures we took inside and out.
Mr Williams
August 2009
Nice cottage in a good location for seeing the area and walking. Great pub for food nearby.
Mr Babington
October 2008
We were very happy with the standard of the property.
Mrs Maude
February 2009
The cottage could not be more perfect and furnished to a very high standard. Set in an idyllic area with a very friendly local pub and lovely people.
Mr Ward
April 2009
Quiet location, excellent base for getting to and from places of interest. Good facilities inside the cottage. We will definitely visit again.
Mrs Coolbear
September 2008
Lovely little cottage. Good base for touring the area.
Mrs Halls
October 2008
Perfect location for walks and antidote to our usual hectic lives.
Mr Davis
November 2006
A comfortable, cosy cottage full of character and with beautiful views. Very pleased with our choice. Great walks from the doorstep which all conveniently ended in the Bridge Inn Pub 2 minutes walk away. Will certainly recommend to others and return for more of the same.
Mr Mrs Cooper
April 2007
The cottage was very nice and included everything you need to enjoy a week's holiday. We had a fantastic week and certainly hope to return in the not too distant future!
Mr Goddard
August 2007
The cottage was well positioned for travel into the surrounding areas and relatively close to amenities. It was well eqipped and clean with everything we needed to make it a good base for our holiday.
Mrs Thompson
December 2007
A very cosy welcoming cottage, Pretty decor, comfy beds and beautiful area, everything we needed for a family. Would certainly recommend to family and friends Thank you
Mrs Moorhouse
February 2007
We loved this cottage, the beds were the best we've ever slept in, it was very homely, warm and comfortable! We will be returning.
December 2009
The cottage is ideally located for walks and cycle rides, with a cycle hire shop just a few yards away. There is a good pub 5 minutes walk from the cottage with Reeth just 10 minutes from the front door. The cottage itself has been upgraded with a new kitchen and other improvements. The multi fuel stove is lovely after a day out walking (September). The other facilities in the cottage are excellent and the four poster bed very comfortable. Even in September we had one meal out in the garden, though we have not yet tried the barbeque! This is our 14th year visiting the Dales and our fourth at this cottage. What we like least is shutting the front door before driving home!
December 2009
Lovely welcome pack with useful information and treats. This was the first of many things which separated this cottage from many others. It is furnished to a high level and stocked with everything you could think of. Many other places don't even stock tea towels etc so to have a supply of tea, coffee through to soap and washing up liquid was such an unexpected bonus. The most comfortable beds and lovely clean bedding and not a candlewick bedspread in sight. I am loath to recomment it too highly as it will be difficult to get booked in future.
Dr Arnold
August 2008
Excellent location for walking holiday with many different day walks from front door.
Mr Lang
August 2008
House was very good. Walks around the area were very nice, the whole holiday was very relaxing. We used the cottage as a base to venture further afield.
Mr Clawson
February 2008
Thoroughly enjoyed the break. Cottage and location fantastic.
Mrs Beason
July 2006
We really enjoyed the cottage it was so comfy and clean! Also perfect location with lovely walks all around. Would definitely stay again, the weather was also perfect.
Mrs Leather
September 2006
Lovely spot, close to the village, ideal walking venue. Delightful cottage, pubs had good food and good beer! Really, we had a lovely time - will definitely book with you again and even go back to AD Coach house!
Mr Babington
October 2006
The cottage felt so homely from the moment we walked in.
Mr Dillon
May 2006
Had a lovely week, fantastic walks, a lovely cottage. Will be back.
Mr Newbitt
May 2006
Had a great weekend. Cottage in an ideal location and home from home. Everything you need for a comfy stay. Thanks very much.
February 2016
stayed here for a week it was our second visit to this lovely cottage and will not be our last. Everything you need for a weeks stay,comfortable beds,plenty of hot water,fuel for log burner. all appliance in good working order plenty of cooking utensils and crockery. Lovely pubs in reeth and grinton serving lovely home cooked food 10 minutes walk away to reeth 5 minutes to the bridge at grinton, We had some lovely walks with fantastic views fremington edge,carver hill,harkers hill we even walked over to Bolton castle needless to say we were shattered by the end of the week but very happy.
Mrs Dyde
May 2006
Fantastic! Had a wonderful week, the cottage has been cosy and very well equipped. This is a beautiful spot with lots to explore, Superb walks from the cottage. We'll be back. Thank you.
May 2013
The cottage is in a great position,just off the maim road and next to the bus stop.The front overlooks open countryside,you can see the road over the moor that takes you into Beadale.A left turn along the main road will bring you to Grinton a five minute walk.A good pub a nice church,and a riverside walk to Reeth via. the wobbley bridge. Reeth is a ten minute walk from the cottage,there are three good pubs all differant but well worth a visit.Reeth to Muker,park at Muker near the farmers arms pub and do the best walk in the dales,up the valley to Keld,over the river to Thaiwate and back to Muker for a well deserved pint in the farmers.The only two concerns we had,where we could not get a signal for our mobile phones,so we felt cut off.The other thing we arrived mid march,it was bitterly cold,the heating in the cottage couldnot cope.The log burner was great after about two hours,no good when you had been out all day.All in all a good holiday we would hope to return sometime.
May 2012
We really had a wonderful stay at the cottage. The owner had even left a bottle of wine for our arrival. The rooms were lovely clean and the bed was so comfortable. Would reccomend this cottage for ccomfort. the views were also stunning from the front bedroom window
March 2011
We are 2 over-sixties couples, and arrived at the cottage in brilliant sunshine to realise that the enclosed front garden is a real suntrap all day, and very pretty with snowdrops and daffodils in bloom, and other flowers and bulbs just showing through. There is a bench and table set along with a huge barbeque on a patio in front of the dining room, and benches in front of the living room window. The cottage itself was immaculate and very well equipped, with 2 double bedrooms, one with a four poster bed, and a room with 2 adult sized bunks.Unfortunately, it was our turn for second pick so we had the smaller double which like the bigger room had a very comfortable bed. There were lots of coathangers! and all the bedding was new. The bathroom was beautifully decorated and had a good shower over the bath. The only slight problem was the lack of a second lavatory, fine for a family but a bit awkward for people our age. The open plan living room and kitchen was spacious and airy with comfortable leather settees, plenty of shelves for books,games and DVDs, and a flat screen TV. The kitchen was compact but extremely well equipped with everything down to sharp knives, peelers and scourers, something that you dont always find. There was a large fridge-freezer and washing machine in a utility room.There were storage heaters everywhere and a multi fuel enclosed fire(easy to clean and light) so we were very warm when it got chilly in the evenings.Everywhere was beautifully clean. We loved our stay here - beautiful views,lovely countryside,walking from thedoor,excellent food at the Bridge Inn, good craic at the Kings Head in Reeth, bus stops outside the door loads of attractions nearby. Many of the guests in the visitors book had stayed umpteen times, which is what we would very much like to do.
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