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“Perfect base for walking trip”
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Wraycroft Cottages viewed from part of the garden
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Wraycroft Cottages viewed from part of the garden
Wraycroft Cottages showing pedestrian access.  They are private even from the road. Wraycroft Cottages taken from the two acre garden.  The cottages face South enjoying the sunshine
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Wraycroft Cottages viewed from part of the garden
Wraycroft Cottages showing pedestrian access.  They are private even from the road.
Wraycroft Cottages taken from the two acre garden.  The cottages face South enjoying the sunshine
Lounge with new very good quality carpet 2016.  The double sliding doors leads to the kitchen
Looking toward patio
Arrive to a blazing fire
Washing machine and freezer under work top
Not modern but spotlessly clean and efficient. main oven and separate grill compartment
Stella stainless steel pans.  The bottoms are as clean as the insides.
Dining table with setting for four
Double bedroom showing the view through the window.
Gleaming washbasin in the bathroom
Spotlessly clean toilet
Bath with new tiling and electric shower over
Hand wash, shampoo/shower gel and hand/body lotion
View from the seat on the patio
View over our ponds looking toward the river with the hills beyond.  Come and enjoy the garden.
Seats scattered all around the garden all with stunning views
This is the view from the seat shown on the previous photograph
View over the gardens showing  Autumn colours
Evening sun across one of the grassed areas
Looking down the river at the bottom of the garden.
View across the river.  A wonderful place to sit on the stone seats and watch the water go by
Looking across one of the ponds
Our river in winter
Winter wonderland seen from the cottage lounges
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Cottage -
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 2
Reeth, Yorkshire Dales National Park, North Yorkshire, England

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Andy Wils...
Billericay, United Kingdom
Level 6 Contributor
204 reviews
33 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 70 helpful votes
“Perfect base for walking trip”
Reviewed 6 October 2015 for a stay in October 2015

As a group of 6 we took over all 3 cottages for a long weekend walking trip and it turned out to be a perfect base to explore Swaledale and Arkengarthgdale. There are great walks right from the door. The cottages were very comfortable and well equipped. The owners were friendly, easy to deal with and communicated well. The large well tended gardens down to the river Swale were an added attraction. The cottages are a 2 minute walk to the centre of Reeth with 3 pubs, tea rooms and shops so there was no need to travel further for provisions or meals. Highly recommended and good value.

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Liked best: Location
Travelling group: Friends
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
Recommended for:
Friends getaway Families with young children
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Judith K
Warwickshire, United Kingdom
1 review
“Definitely good for the soul!”
Reviewed 29 September 2015 for a stay in August 2015

We have stayed at Wraycroft regularly since 2013 and, with a week in Cedarcroft this time, have tried all 3 cottages! Cedarcroft is the one on the left, partly obscured by trees in the photo (at least in the one at the time of writing) and we liked the feeling of being tucked away at the end of the row.

As others have said, there is everything you could ever need in a self-catering cottage and the thing that impressed us back in 2013 was the quality of the crockery and cutlery (we were in Ashcroft then and Cedarcroft has the same). No more chipped/cracked plates, as experienced in some other - quite expensive - cottages. Some have commented on the beds. We were fine in the double room, can't comment on the twin.

We always appreciate the friendly welcome from the owners who don't intrude at all but are there should you need them and happy to chat if required! We take our hats off to them for the clever way every square inch has been put to good use in the cottages.

Good for the soul? Well, the Dales air and that view, not to mention walks straight from the door! We feel de-stressed in no time and can't wait to get back to Cedarcroft again.

Travelling group: Spouse/Partner
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
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Management Response
1 Oct 2015
Thank you for the review and we look forward to seeing you again. Fantastic visitors.
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chrisgs99
Dunstable, United Kingdom
1 review
“Cedarcroft has to be the most well appointed holiday lets we have ever stayed in.”
Reviewed 20 May 2015 for a stay in February 2015

Booking for February anywhere in the UK means you take pot luck with the weather. It didn't rain a lot, but neither was it crisp sunshine, which is how we would have liked to view the cottage. There are patio doors to the 2 acre rear garden that the owners spent so much time getting right, it would have been nice to sit out on the patio.
Spotless. If your thing is clean this cottage will take a lot of beating. So well appointed, there wasn't anything it didn't have for our 4 day stay.
The owners were so hospitable, even okaying a 10:30 pm arrival and still showing us around, the open fire had been stoked all evening and the property was so cosy. Gated on- site parking gives peace of mind and directions were spot on.

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Liked best: Everything
Liked least: Only being there mfor 3.5 days
Travelling group: Spouse/Partner
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Avis S
Northwich
Level 2 Contributor
1 review
“Fabulous view”
Reviewed 11 September 2014 for a stay in July 2014

Very nice cottage in ideal Swaledale location, on the edge of the village but with a handy alleyway direct to village green. From the back patio door there is a fabulous view down to the River Swale and the hills beyond. The extensive garden goes right down to the river, with a very small muddy beach. Very solid built-in furniture - house and contents built "with our own four hands" said the owner. Hard beds, but some people like that! The biggest drawback is access - don't stay here if you've got a very wide car! It's down a very narrow lane with stone walls on each side, and there is narrow parking in front of the three terraced cottages. You have to back out! A beautiful, quiet village (though we were there when the Tour de France went through!), ideal for walking, though everything touristy seems to happen in neighbouring Wensleydale.

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Liked best: The view
Liked least: Vehicular access
Travelling group: Extended Family
Your age range 65+
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
Recommended for:
Friends getaway Older travelers
Large groups
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Management Response
17 Sep 2014
We always appreciate reviews by visitors who have stayed. Thanks
The comment advising people not to book if they have a very wide car we feel is a little harsh. There is no need to come through the narrow part of the lane as there is alternative access. Oil tankers, large delivery vans and bin wagons regularly come up the lane.
Once on the site there is a large parking area just inside the main gate as well as space adjacent to each individual property.
We do have many regular visitors some who have come for over 40 years.
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Allan L
Kempston, United Kingdom
1 review
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 1 helpful vote
“A very comfortable cottage in a brilliant location.”
Reviewed 23 January 2014 for a stay in June 2013
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Have stayed in this cottage on several occasions and look forward to coming back each year. The cottage is very well equipped and maintained to a very high standard. The fact that the owners live on site means that if any problems arise they are sorted immediately. The location of the cottage and the surrounding area is superb plus the amenities in Reeth cover all needs.( Post office, Hotels, Gift shops, General stores. Ice cream parlour and two churches) The local people I have met are all very welcoming. The part I least like is when it is time to return home at the end of the holiday

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Liked best: The friendliness of the owners, the location of and the cottage itself.
Liked least: Leaving to go home
Travelling group: Solo Traveller
Would you recommend this hotel to a friend?   Yes.
Recommended for:
Friends getaway People with disabilities
Older travelers
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