Welcome to the Rose Cottage, website. Please take a look around the website for our lovely holiday cottage which is available for holidays in the historic village of Grassington.

About Rose Cottage

Rose Cottage, Grassington, is a classically beautiful, local brown-grey limestone, self-catering holiday cottage located in the heart of the idyllic Yorkshire Dales. With two bedrooms sleeping up to four people, a kitchen to prepare and appreciate local produce, a private garden to enjoy the summer sun, and a living room to relax after a long day exploring the beautiful Yorkshire Dales; Rose Cottage, Grassington, is a fantastic holiday cottage to choose when planning a great holiday in Yorkshire.

Less than a minute walk from the village centre, it is ideally situated to explore and experience everything that the cobbled streets of Grassington and the wider Dales have to offer.

Full of character, our Rose Cottage is perfect for couples, small groups and families any time of year.


The historic market village of Grassington is situated in the rolling green wonder of the Yorkshire Dales. Surrounded by resplendent green hills, ancient dry stone walls, limestone pavements and plenty of history, Grassington is a place not to be missed.

Situated on the Dales Way Trail, Grassington is the gateway to the Dales. Many activities, including walking, cycling, riding, climbing, caving and many more are all available in this magnificent setting.

Grassington itself has plenty to offer from galleries, artists and boutiques, warm country pubs, beautiful river walks, as well as several village festivals.

Yorkshire Dales National Park

The Yorkshire Dales National Park is an area of 1,770 square kilometres (680 sq miles) situated in an upland area of Northern England. The park is situated north-east of Manchester; with Leeds and Bradford to the south; Kendal to the west; and Harrogate to the south-east.

Attracting over eight million visitors every year, the park is home to over 20,000 residents who live and work in the park. There are a large collection of activities for visitors. Many visitors come to the Dales for walking, cycling or other forms of exercise. There are several long-distance routes that cross the national park the Dales Way, the Pennine Way, the Coast to Coast Walk and the latest national trail — the Pennine Bridleway. There are several cycleways in the park which are also very popular with visitors.

Grassington is one of the most popular destinations of the park and has one of the five visitor centres. These centres are great starting point for visitors wanting to make the most of their visit to the area.