Tryst Cottage Ingleton was unexpectedly featured in the Yorkshire Post Travel magazine in March 2019 as the best self catering property in the Ingleton Area!!!
The cottage was traditionally built around 1750 with oak beams and many original features, which contrast with the new high quality eco friendly heating and cooking facilities. Together the traditional features harmonise beautifully with the range of up to date comforts and amenities provided to guests, including SMART TVs, surround sound, dishwasher, weather station giving access to weather information around the Yorkshire Dales.
A large fridge freezer allows you to store your provisions and numerous guests comment about how well equipped the kitchen is.
The hand carved four poster bed in the cottage is unique, including carvings significant of historic wealth. The second bedroom has twin beds. Two outside areas let you sit in the sun or shade at any time of the day, and provide privacy if required. You will find teak garden furniture for your use in the locked storage stone shed where bicycles, climbing and caving equipment can be stored. There is even a small work bench if needed.
Consistently achieving the highest score for cleanliness when independently inspected, the visitor booker Tryst Cottage also contains many such comments from guests.
Your well behaved dog is welcome at the cottage with no charge, but please agree to their terms and conditions as on their website.
The hosts stay regularly at the cottage, and therefore share with their guests all the little extra touches that they enjoy or use during their stay. They also make regular improvements and upgrades on an annual basis, so that you will always feel that the cottage is welcoming and a special place to stay.
Whilst Ingleton provides a paradise base for walkers and geologists, you don't need to be a dedicated walker to holiday at Tryst Cottage. The drives, scenery and towns to visit all provide a stunning holiday. It is also possible to have a fabulous holiday without the use of a car. The food in cafes and pubs is all sourced locally and somehow, just tastes much better than you get at home.
Key amenities at Tryst Cottage Ingleton: -
- sleeps 4
- bespoke four poster bed and twin beds
- log burner. Logs provided no extra charge
- eco friendly central heating system which can be adjusted to meet your comfort needs during your stay
-SMART TVs with surround sound in the living room. DVD player.
- upstairs bathroom
- electric Rangemaster cooker (new 2020)
- well equipped kitchen, with plenty of dishes and equipment. Slow cooker.
- Bosch washing machine
- tumble dryer
- weather station
- shower / bath. A new large walk in shower is planned for 2020 as part of the bathroom upgrade (currently delayed by the Covid lock down)
- range of books and maps with suggestions for walks and places to visit.
- Parking area at rear of the cottage (access has a width restriction of 6' at the narrowest point). Unlimited parking right outside the cottage.
- well behaved dogs stay for free
Smoking and vaping are regrettably prohibited within the cottage.
Tryst Cottage Ingleton is located within the village of Ingleton with all pubs, shops, teashops and fabulous walks just minutes from the doorstep. Ingleton is situated within an area of Natural Beauty and is at the beginning of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The Lake District is about 35 minutes drive to the west, with the Trough of Bowland just to the south.
The cottage is open all year round as there is so much to see and do both in the Ingleton area and slightly further afield.The village was runner up village of the year in 2019 Countryfile Magazine. The Ingleton waterfalls walk has won many awards, with arguably the most beautiful waterfalls to be seen anywhere in the UK (please wear strong footwear).
The market towns of Kirkby Lonsdale and Settle are a short drive away; the Settle to Carlise Railway is renowned for the beautiful countryside the train journey travels through.
Malham Cove and Malham Tarn are just 20 minutes drive from the cottage. The Yorkshire Dales can all be explored using the cottage as a base.for serious walkers, the Yorkshire Three Peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Pennyghent are the local challenge with only the latter peak not directly accessed from the cottage.
As the seasons change, the colours and beauty of the Ingleton Area evolve to show themselves in new and breathtaking ways. even in the snow, the roads and pavements are gritted and you will see families tobogganing in the fields and slopes. There is a toboggan for guest use in our stone shed
- Children Welcome