Best Holiday Cottages
in Yorkshire?

Try Googling “holiday cottages in Yorkshire” and you’ll get a massive list to choose from. Just short of 250,000 when I last tried – that’s more than 24,000 results pages! From such a vast choice, just how do you decide which is best for you and your family?

Well, this - sort of - directory of cottages will, over time build into a useful resource to help you decide, based on the experiences of others.

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Best Yorkshire holiday cottages

Some of the best holiday cottages in Yorkshire are waiting for you to read about them...

Seagulls Log cabin, Bridlington 
Seagulls, Bridlington offers apartments in the centre of Bridlington and several chalets and a Log Cabin at South Shore Holiday Village, one mile South …

45 acres of private nature reserve and a mile & half from chip shop! 
Such peace & tranquillity will appeal to those looking for a holiday cottage in an unspoilt rural location with wildflower meadows, free roaming deer and …

A superb selection of cottages throughout Yorkshire 
Holiday Cottages offer quality cottages throughout Yorkshire, including The Dales, North York Moors and Vale of York. With over 200 cottages to choose …

Stunning 5 Star award winning holiday cottage, detached with HOT TUB covered on decking. LOG FIRE in cosy lounge. Bespoke kitchen, seperate utlity, FOUR …

Seagulls, Bridlington 
Newly refurbished ground floor holiday flat to sleep up to 4. Superbly situated on The Crescent. Just 30 seconds walk from the seafront and two minutes …

Bridlington self catering holiday Flats bridlington apartments excellent sea views all rooms ensuite also  Not rated yet
Contact :01262676218 web Email: Bridlington self catering holiday flats Ensuite Apartments ground floor …

Close to York but situated in Yorkshire's fantastic countryside Not rated yet
If you are looking for a Holiday Cottage that offers the best in self catering, then look no further than Derwent or Primrose Cottage at Low Penhowe, Burythorpe, …

Over 500 cottages just right for you Not rated yet
At Dales Holiday Cottages we have over 500 personally inspected, quality self catering holiday cottages for you to choose from, located in some of the …

George's Holiday Cottage, West Witton - Where Holidays Begin! Not rated yet
George's cottage is situated in the historic and rural village of West Witton, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The cottage over looks Penhill which …

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