Self-catering holiday accommodation in Nidderdale
Nidderdale is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the west of Harrogate. At the heart of the Yorkshire Dales is the picturesque village of Pateley Bridge. It’s home to the world’s oldest sweet shop and a veritable cornucopia of cafes, tearooms and boutiques. The town is a centre for outdoor sporting enthusiasts who head there for fishing, potholing and rock climbing. There’s the Nidderdale Museum, housed in a Victorian workhouse, which is a tribute to the heritage of the area and there is a small theatre in the town which hosts regular productions by touring and local dramatic groups.
Yorkshire’s highest elevated attraction is the Coldstones Cut, a gigantic sculpture by Andy Sabin which is carved into the side of a limestone quarry. Worth the climb as on clear days you are able to see the east coast. Head to Brimham Rock, managed by the National Trust, for more natural beauty as these rock formations are popular with families who love to clamber amongst them. It’s a great way to take in the beauty of the Nidderdale AONB, especially during the summer when the skies are generally clearer.
Explore this gorgeous part of the Yorkshire Dales from our Nidderdale holiday cottages - a cosy cottage is a perfect place to relax after an active day out in the Dales. We have a variety of self-catering accommodation across this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, whether you’re looking to stay in a pretty village or somewhere more remote surrounded by nothing but countryside. Our collection of cottages in Nidderdale includes everything from dog-friendly cottages to luxury getaways, so no matter what you’re after you’ll be covered.