01756 748140
  [email protected]
member of Farmstay

Where to Visit

Newton Grange Holiday Cottages are well located for whatever visitors are inclined to do.

Enjoy just relaxing and enjoying the beautiful countryside setting, or setting off for the day to enjoy the glorious Yorkshire Dales. We are close to Skipton, Settle, Malham, Grassington, Bolton Abbey, Ikley, Three Peaks Country, Gisburn Forest and the Forest of Bowland.

Walking Pen-y-ghent

Holiday Cottages

Stay in one of our Holiday Cottages near Skipton to enjoy exploring the Yorkshire Dales this year.

Book online

01756 748140

Towns and Villages in the Yorkshire Dales

Visit Skipton to see Skipton Castle, one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England.  Enjoy Skipton Market with its many and varied stalls lining the High Street.

Skipton Castle One of the best preserved and most complete medieval castles in England - 01756 792442, www.skiptoncastle.co.uk

Skipton Market - High Street, Skipton - Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, www.skiptonmarket.net

Skipton Farmers Market - Canal Basin, Skipton – 1st Sunday of the month, 9am

Skipton castle

Admire Malham Cove and climb the steps to see the limestone pavement.  Watch water cascading over the waterfalls at Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss.

Malham Tarn Field Centre - Located on the shore of Malham Tarn in magnificent limestone scenery, Malham Tarn Field Centre provides a range of courses - 01729 830331

Kirkby Field Farm Centre - See a range of animals, traditional and rare breeds - 01729 830487

Walks in Malhamdale – Enjoy exploring on foot with walks of different lengths including Malham Cove, the Dry Valley, Malham tarn, Janet’s Foss, Weets Top, Hanlith, Airton and Calton.

Buses to Malham from Gargrave – Find out timetables at www.dalesbus.org - 0871 200 2233

Malham Cove footpath

Bolton Abbey Priory

Bolton Abbey - A fun family day out in beautiful countryside on the banks of the River Wharfe. Explore the Priory Ruins and enjoy a picnic in lovely surroundings.

Grassington farmers market

Grassington - A vibrant Yorkshire Dales Village in Wharfedale with quirky shops, good pubs and tea shops. Enjoy a walk along the Dalesway to Linton Falls.

Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks

Settle and the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks - Visit Settle, the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside. Take a train journey along the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway.

Ideas for Days Out

Thornton Hall Farm Country Park , Thornton-in-Craven - Enjoy a day out with a Four Wheel Drive Farm Safari, meeting the animals, exploring the Play Barn, Adventure Play Barn and Quadtrex Bike Trekking Experience.  01282 841148

Hesketh Farm Park , Bolton Abbey - A 600 acre working beef and sheep farm with lots of animals, pedal go karts, giant jigsaws, sandpit and straw maze.  01756 710444

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway, Embsay - A beautiful steam railway from Embsay to Bolton Abbey through picturesque Yorkshire Dales scenery.  01756 710614

The Yorkshire Dales Ice Cream Farm and Billy Bob’s Ice Cream Parlour, Halton East – 01756 710685

Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre and Hawk Experience, north of Settle on the A65 road.  Flying displays, Hawk Walks and Falconry Courses.  01729 822832

Wensleydale Creamery Visitor Centre, Hawes - Enjoy learning about the history of Wensleydale cheese and how it is made.  01969 667664

Hay making Yorkshire Dales

Ingleborough Cave, Clapham - Glaciers of the Ice Ages advanced over the area leaving behind a unique and picturesque landscape on the south side of Ingleborough Mountian, near to Clapham”.  01524 251242

White Scar Cave, Ingleton - The largest show cave in Britain - 01524 251242

Stump Cross Caverns, between Grassington and Pateley Bridge - A superb range of stalactites and stalagmites, unusual rock formations and spectacular lighting.  01756 752780

How Stean Gorge, Lofthouse, Pateley Bridge - See Tom Taylor’s Cave & How Stean Tunnel, a spectacular limestone gorge almost 1km in length and up to 20m deep.  Activities available include caving, rock climbing, canoeing, Via Ferrata and exploring the iron way with abseiling

Caving Yorkshire Dales

Ilkley - An attractive West Yorkshire town, situated in the picturesque Wharfe Valley against the backdrop of Ilkley Moor.  Stroll along the Dales Way footpath alongside the River Wharfe.  Enjoy the outdoor swimming pool in the summer months at Ilkley Lido.  Walk along The Grove and enjoy window shopping, and enjoy a cup of tea in one of Ilkley’s many tea rooms.

  • Ilkley Lido, Denton Road, Ilkley - 01943 600453
  • The Little Teahouse, 27 The Grove Promenade - 01943 817387
  • Betty’s, 32 The Grove - 01943 817387

Harrogate - An elegant North Yorkshire Spa Town – A delightful place to while away the day. Enjoy browsing in the shops, admiring the valley gardens and walk along the Stray.  Relax in the Turkish Baths, and enjoy a delightful afternoon tea in the famous Betty’s Tea Room.

  • Turkish Baths, Parliament Street - 01423 556746       
  • Betty’s, Parliament Street - 01423 814070

Bettys tea room Yorkshire

Craven Museum & Gallery, Town Hall, Skipton - Located in the Town Hall in Skipton, learn about the story of Craven through the ages.  01756 706407

The Bronte Parsonage Museum, Haworth – Follow in the steps of the Bronte Sisters and visit their former home in Haworth.  01535 642323.

Salt’s Mill, Saltaire - Saltaire is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.   Salt’s Mill is a Grade II listed historic mill built in 1853 by Sir Titus Salt along with the village to house his workers.  Today the mill includes the fantastic David Hockney Art Gallery and lots of independent shops.  01274 531163

National Media Museum – Bradford – Galleries, cinemas and Yorkshire’s biggest IMAX screen.  0870 701 0200

Salts Mill Saltaire

“Wonderful cottage and brilliant area. Found some good circular walks based around the cottage and caught the "Little Red Bus" to Malham walking back to Gargrave (5 miles). Bollywood Cottage in Gargrave produces superb Indian food to eat in or as a takeaway. Many thanks for a great holiday.”

From our guest book