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MORE THINGS you may wish to know………. But, if there is anything else we can help with, please click on ‘contact us’ to email or ‘phone 01756 760877

Arrival and Departure

We are here to welcome guests from 3 pm on arrival days. If you anticipate arriving after 6 pm please let us know. Departure by 10 am please – changeovers are busy days preparing for new arrivals. If these times present difficulties then please contact us and we will endeavour to meet your requirements.

Why Electricity charges?

Some guests sauna, others don’t; some cook extensively, others eat out; some guests are warm blooded, whilst others feel the cold; there are a range of reasons whereby the electricity consumption of different guests might vary considerably. We prefer to keep the rental tariff down and feel it inappropriate to invent an arbitrary additional flat rate fuel cost; it is fairer to charge each guest for the actual electricity consumed during their stay.

To help mitigate rising electricity rates we have installed solar panels on the roofs of both cottages.

Staying in Touch …

As in many rural areas mobile reception is patchy, however Vodaphone is widely available in the village and all our cottages have WIFI and telephone, together with Sky TV, DVD player and USB points.

Bed Linen & Towels

All our high quality beds are made up with crisp white linen and seasonal non-allergenic duvets. If you prefer blankets please notify us in advance.

We provide 1 hand towel, 1 bath towel and 1 bath sheet per guest. All bed linen and towels are changed on a weekly basis – if you require further linen (at a nominal cost) please ask.

Each bedroom has a hair dryer.

Baby Needs

We are happy to provide travel cots, high chairs or stair gates, however we realise that small children are happier with familiar things around them, so please bring their own cot linen.

Kitchen Bits & Pieces

We hope you will find everything you require (other than your food – although this can be arranged!) No need to think about the mundane things like washing-up liquid, cleaning materials, dish cloths, dishwasher tablets, tea towels, kitchen rolls etc. – all will be in place.

Laundry

All cottages have washing and drying facilities.

Pets

Whilst we are pet lovers, in view of past experience and in consideration for our other guests, at Dalegarth we regret we can only accept one small, quiet, well-behaved dog, no more than terrier size, for which permission must be requested.  The dog must never be left alone in the cottage and any damage done must be reported and paid for by the guest. No cats, larger breed of dog or other pets allowed, other than a Guide or Assistance dog. 

Smoking

Please be aware that all our cottages are ‘non-smoking’.

Parking & EV point

There is ample parking adjacent to both Dalegarth cottages and an EV charging point is available.

Cycle Storage

Secure cycle storage is available at each cottage.

Shopping

We can arrange for regular deliveries of milk/eggs from our local milk man. Buckden has a small shop for newspapers and basic items – Kettlewell Village Store is well stocked and also sells wines and spirits. Grassington has a good selection of shops, including a Post Office.  Nearby, at Threshfield on the Skipton - Buckden road (B6160), there is a Spar Supermarket, with an excellent butcher, together with a petrol station. 

Supermarkets

Skipton: Tesco, Morrisons, and Aldi.

Leyburn: Co-op and Campbells, which has an excellent butchery department.

Supermarket deliveries are available from Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda and Morrisons. (The post code for Dalegarth is BD23 5JU).

Local Farm Shops

All selling locally sourced food:

Skipton – Keelham Farm Shop with Restaurant and tea room

Cracoe – Jackson's Butchers and Café 

Kilnsey – Trout Farm and Café

Swinithwaite – Fairhurst's at Berry's Farm Shop and Restaurant

Medical Services

Our local GP Service is based at The Medical Centre, Station Road, Grassington, BD23 5LS. 01756 752313 (out of hours, contact 111)

A & E Airedale Hospital, Steeton, between Skipton and Keighley, BD20 6TD. 01535 652511

Fell Rescue or any other emergency, phone 999

Dining out, locally?

Within Buckden: The Buck Inn.

Nearby: The George Inn at Hubberholme; the White Lion at Cray and The Fox and Hounds at Starbotton.

A little further afield: The Gamekeeper at Long Ashes; Grassington House, Grassington; the Fountaine Inn at Linton; The Angel at Hetton or Street Head Inn, Bishopdale.

Churches

St. Michael and All Angels at Hubberholme. Church of England

St. Margaret Clitheroe at Threshfield. Roman Catholic

More Information

There is a source of Information within each cottage, covering aspects of the cottage, the village and the wider area.