Welcome to Lodge End
Front of cottage
Lodge End is a charming stone built cottage, in the lovely village of Cononley, just 3 miles from Skipton, gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park and not far from 2 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is part of a three-storey terrace called Airedale Lodge built by the Oddfellows Friendly Society in 1850.
In recent years it has been modernised resulting in a lovely, well-equipped country cottage providing an ideal base for families, walkers, sightseers or those wanting a country get away. The front of the cottage has impressive panoramic views of the Airedale valley with its meadows, woodlands and heathland, while the rear is south facing and adjacent to an old orchard and the fells beyond. Curlew, Lapwing and Tawny Owl are just three birds that can often be seen or heard from the back door.
Lodge End is very well located for travelling by rail, bus, and car. It is also close to long distance walking routes, national and regional cycling routes (including the Pennine Bridleway) and the Leeds-Liverpool canal.
- Village: Cononley, North Yorkshire
- Style: Character cottage
- Sleeps: 4
- WiFi: Unlimited use included
- Changeover: Friday
- Arrive/Depart: 16:00/10:00
- Garden: South facing seating area
- Pubs: New Inn (300 metres) and Railway Inn (400 metres)
- Railway station: Cononley (500 metres)
- Bus stop: Outside Post Office/Shop (200 metres)
- Play Park and Skate Park: 400 metres
- Pets: None
- Smoking: None