Saddler’s Cottage Accommodation

Saddler’s Cottage (109 Main Street, Sedbegh) was built in the early to mid 19th century and prior to being converted into a residential property was home to Sedbergh’s saddlery. Saddler’s Cottage retains as many wonderful, cosy original features as possible, which give the accommodation so much individual character, despite being fully modernised with tasteful and stylish decor. With Sedbergh being in the Yorkshire Dales it makes the location perfect for experiencing everything the Yorkshire Dales has to offer.

Saddlers Cottage Sedbergh LoungeSaddler’s Cottage is located centrally in Sedbergh old town (the original and most historic part of the town), which means you are located within only a few minutes walk of all the town facilities, shops and eateries. For example, you will find the Tourist Information Centre only two minutes walk away.

You will find your holiday cottage accommodation located in a delightful, small secluded courtyard, just off of Back Lane, where there is a communal table and two chairs surrounded by pleasant plants and flowers.

Saddlers Cottage Yorkshire Dales LoungeSaddler’s Cottage is set over 3 floors with good sized rooms and sleeps 4, plus two on a full-size the double sofa bed should you require. You will also find a spacious, comfortable and very well equipped kitchen/dining area with space to seat 6 people comfortably.

If you like to spend your holiday walking or simply relaxing with a good book, Saddler’s Cottage, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park is the ideal accommodation for you, providing a multitude of country walks ranging from gentle strolls through the green pastures by the river HowgillsRawthey, to more challenging scrambles up to the top of the Howgills. For example, if you walk out of the front door and cross Back Lane you are immediately at the start of a picturesque walk through green meadows toward Milthrop and the river Rawthey. Alternatively, you can walk up the unmade track by the side of Westwood Books and within a few minutes you can be admiring the vast and beautiful views of the local Yorkshire Dales area from atop Castehaw, Sedbergh’s historical Motte and Bailey castle.