Poppy Cottage, is the original farm cottage to Ivy Cottage Farm, making a traditional 'Dales Longhouse' and is believed to date back to the late 16th Century. The cottage which is internally linked to the main house, has its own private entrance, stairs, guest lounge and dining room and private decked south facing gardens, along with ample private parking for four cars. Guests will enjoy the privacy of the cottage yet benefit from the service provided by their hosts, Steve and Sally and sons Jordan & Ben. In particular the 'Hearty' Yorkshire breakfast, served using bacon and sausage from their outdoor reared pigs, eggs from the hens and ducks which roam freely, all served in what was the original farm kitchen.
Ivy Cottage Farm is no longer a working farm, more of a small holding where you can watch the hens and ducks happily going about their business with wonderful open countryside to the rear and the delightful 'attached' Poppy Cottage. Lovingly restored, with many original features still intact, all typical of a traditional Dales farmhouse.
..this family run Guest House is the perfect place
for those long weekends, midweek breaks
..and is certainly a 'place to remember'.
'Escape to Skipton's hidden gem and enjoy the warmth and comfort of this idyllic 16th century cottage. With its log burning stoves, beamed ceilings, stunning views, excellent food and hospitality - you'll never want to leave!'
Ideally situated to explore the Yorkshire Dales, Poppy Cottage Guest House is just a short drive away from Malham, Bolton Abbey, Grassington, Settle to name but a few of the outstanding places to visit. Enjoy your day out in the countryside, then relax back at Poppy Cottage in the sunny gardens or during the winter months in front of the log burning stove. When it comes to dining out, there are many excellent pubs and restaurants close by and Skipton is brimming with some fine eating establishments.
And finally, in case you're interested, some history..
Ivy Cottage Farm was a working farm up until the late 1970's when the land was sold off and it became a private residence. The farm cottage (now known as Poppy Cottage) with attached barn - a traditional Dales longhouse, is believed to date back as far as the late 16th century. The attached barn was converted in the early 1990's to link to the cottage forming one long house.
"We really hope you like the look of Poppy Cottage Guest House, Skipton Bed and Breakfast, but don't just take our word for it, please read our guests comments taken from the visitors book in - What our guests say! - or visit Trip Advisor through the link above. "Steve, Sally and the boys."
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