Stable Fell Cottages & Camping at Marsett, nr. Lake Semerwater in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Stable Fell Cottages & Camping at Marsett,            nr. Lake Semerwater   in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

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Fell Cottage, Marsett



            4 star rating, sleeping up to 4 adults + travel cot if required.

Living room / dining area with stone flagged floor & multifuel coal / wood burning stove, (initial fuel incl), and electric heating radiators.

Fitted kitchen: full electric oven with ceramic hob, washer & fridgefreezer.

2 Double Bedrooms, (1 twin), bed linen incl, (each bedroom has it's own en-suite shower, sink, WC & electric towel radiator).

Digital freeview TV/Radio with inbuilt DVD player.

Wifi internet connection.


Towels available at £2.00 per person.

Travel cot, high-chair & safety gate available on request.

Private enclosed patio garden with seating area.

Well behaved pets welcome, (max 2).

2 on-site parking places.

The cottage is a non smoking premises. 

Additional firewood if required can be purchased from us on-site.


Set in a stunning rural position within the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park is Fell Cottage, a traditional limestone conversion of a former farm building restored to provide a wonderful quaint retreat.


The cottage is situated in beautiful Raydale, a secluded and unspoilt area of Wensleydale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is surrounded by traditional farming country and ringed by high fells. In the distance the dramatic peak of Addleborough can be seen and Semerwater with it's beach for swimming off is a pleasant walk away. It is handy for many of the areas famous attractions, including the bustling little market town of Hawes, Semerwater and the pretty villages of Bainbridge & Askrigg, with its pub which was used as the local in James Herriot series All Creatures Great & Small. 


Raydale is a haven for wildlife, with hares & deer often sighted in the surrounding fields at dawn and dusk, along with a wide variety of upland bird life including pheasant, partridge, curlew, duck etc.


The hamlet of Marsett is set high in the hills above Bainbridge providing far reaching panoramic views of the dales and fells beyond. Marsett itself has true rustic country charm as cattle and sheep can roam freely on the village green.  


Fell Cottage is wonderfully presented to meet your holiday needs, whatever time of year you decide to visit Fell Cottage, you will always have a warm welcome snuggled up on the leather reclining settees with the wood burning stove providing a true ‘winter wonderland’ feeling.  


Even the access to the cottage during those colder winter months is always kept accessible so that the milk truck can make its daily pick-up from farms in the area. 


There are many tourist attractions in the area, the nearest being lake Semerwater only a mile along the road, Bainbridge is 3 miles, Askrigg 5 miles, Hawes 5 miles as well as the famous Aysgarth Falls, Castle Bolton.

This area is a paradise for walkers and mountain biking is very enjoyable along the quiet roads that surround the hamlet. 

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