Double Beds 1
Bunk Beds 2
Cobble Cottage sleeps up to 4 people; 1 dog is allowed*. The cottage is suitable for families with children and we do provide a high chair, bouncy chair and travel cot for babies and toddlers. Visit our prices page for the latest pricing information.
Dent is only 15 minutes form the M6; making it easily accessible from the North or South. Dentdale stretches from Sedbergh in the West to Dent Head in the East, near to the Hawes to Ingleton road.
The Dentdale scenery is unique, created by the famous Dent Fault that has divided the Dale into two, leaving a typical Lakeland (younger) landscape to the West and a more rolling Dales-like (older) countryside to the East. Adam Sedgwick, the so-called father of geology, hailed from Dent, learnt from the fault and determined its origin. Dent Fault runs from Garsdale across into Dentdale.
Dent is rather unusual in a political sense (the geographical term) as it is in the county of Cumbria and in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The whole of Dentdale is inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Both Dent and Sedbergh used to be in the West Riding of Yorkshire; they are now in Cumbria. Dent is is a corner of Cumbria that neighbours North Yorkshire and Lancashire. This means that towns like Sedbergh, Kendal, Kirkby Lonsdale, Hawes, Ingleton, Carnforth, Lancaster and Morecambe are within easy driving distance.
Staying at our self catering holiday cottage in Dent means you can visit the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and even the North York Moors by car. Equally you can walk or bicycle around Dentdale and the surrounding dales and area. The accommodation offers a sound base for most activities, including: walking, cycling, fishing, driving and touring.
*Generally we accept one dog only; with consent and payment of a security deposit of £25 per pet 2 dogs will be allowed. Please see the pricing page for details.