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DOCKENBUSHCOTTAGE

Dockenbush Holiday Cottage, near Harrogate, nestles in the heart of North Yorkshire’s countryside surrounded by rolling fields and woods tucked away privately from North Dockenbush, the main house.

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The holiday cottage provides private, luxury, self-catering accommodation, finished to a very high standard with tasteful furnishings throughout. Whether you want to enjoy a few days away, a romantic weekend or a week’s holiday, at Dockenbush, you will enjoy exceptional comfort and have plenty of space to unwind and relax. The cottage has a small garden with a lovely patio area for you to sit whilst enjoying a glass of wine.

Inside, you could not ask for more - the spacious open plan living, dining and kitchen area has original oak beams, oak flooring with underfloor heating and a log burner for those winter evenings - it's the perfect get-away!

The two bedrooms are both ensuite and there is a separate WC in the utility room. The cottage can sleep 4 people - a travel cot is also available.

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Double Room

A fully furnished double-bedded room with ensuite bathroom and a walk in shower big enough for two, plenty of storage space and stunning views of the local countryside.

Twin Room

Another fully furnished room, which can be twin-bedded or made up as a huge super-king and boasts both bath and shower in the ensuite bathroom, plenty of storage space and countryside views.

Wood Burning Stove
Wood Burning Stove
Exposed Beams Throughout
Exposed Beams Throughout
Solid Oak Floors
Solid Oak Floors
Egyptian Cotton Linen & Towels
Egyptian Cotton Linen & Towels
Underfloor Heating
Underfloor Heating
Free Wifi
Free Wifi
DVD/CD Player
DVD/CD Player
Ample Parking
Ample Parking
48
48" TV & Freeview
TV/DVD in Main Bedroom
TV/DVD in Main Bedroom
CD's, DVD's Books & Games
CD's, DVD's Books & Games
Travel Cot & Highchair
Travel Cot & Highchair
BBQ & Patio Furniture
BBQ & Patio Furniture
All Kitchen White Goods
All Kitchen White Goods
Private Garden
Private Garden

Gorgeous, stylish and in a great rural location

Local Area

Dockenbush Cottage has been lovingly crafted from the old stables at North Dockenbush, Brearton, near Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Surrounded by woods and fields, with a plethora of pheasant, partridge, and roe deer, it simply oozes charm and tranquillity. With an abundance of things to do nearby including a great choice of top golf courses and a variety of great walks and cycle paths.

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Only fifteen minutes from Harrogate and Ripon, ten minutes from Knaresborough and five minutes from Ripley with it’s ancient castle and gardens, Dockenbush Cottage offers a real ‘home from home’ atmosphere.

Set within a beautiful country estate, it is surrounded by breath-taking countryside and nature - wonderfully peaceful.

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Things to do
Places to eat
Click to explore the area
  • RHS Garden Harlow Carr
  • Lightwater Valley Theme Park
  • The Coldstones Cut
  • Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal
  • Stockeld Park
  • The Old Farmyard
  • How Stean Gorge
  • Valley Gardens
  • Brimham Rocks
  • Knaresborough Castle & Museum
  • Skipton Castle
  • Nidd Gorge
  • Newby Hall & Gardens
  • Mother Shipton’s Cave
  • Ripon Cathedral
  • Harrogate Theatre
  • Markets
  • Golf
  • Turkish Baths & Health Spa

Dockenbush self catering holiday cottage is near to the spa town of Harrogate which is home to a world-renowned tea shop and an equally famous toffee maker. Food and drink has always been important in the Harrogate District. At North Dockenbush, we are surrounded by an excellent choice of eateries! 2017 saw the arrival of Gino D’Campo with a 3 floor restaurant, champagne bar and roof terrace! Favourites of ours include The Malt Shovel in Brearton, Lockwoods in Ripon, and The Station at Birstwith.

RHS Garden Harlow Carr

One of Yorkshire’s most relaxing and innovative gardens at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales!

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Lightwater Valley Theme Park

Lightwater Valley Theme Park is simply bursting with 175 acres of action-packed adventures, from the dark and mysterious subterranean world of Raptor Attack to the dizzying heights of Whirlwind, a typhoon of screams that twist even the bravest of souls. Over 40 rides and attractions for all ages!

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The Coldstones Cut

The sculpture functions as an array of platforms from which visitors can view both the spectacular quarry hole and limestone quarrying operation, and the landscape of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Beauty and beyond.

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Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal

Set within the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside, this World Heritage Site offers a great day out for all the family.

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Stockeld Park

Stockeld Park where magic is made and adventures begin. Beautiful Yorkshire parkland and adventure for all the family whatever the season.

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The Old Farmyard

A traditional old farmyard with original buildings and heavy horses and most kind of farm animals. A special ‘hands on’ experience for all the family.

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How Stean Gorge

How Stean Gorge is a spectacular limestone gorge in the stunning Yorkshire Dales. This steep sided chasm is almost 1 km in length and up to 20 metres (80 ft) deep in places.

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Valley Gardens

English Heritage Grade 11 Listed Garden situated in regal Low Harrogate, adjacent to a woodland known as The Pinewoods, and covers 17 acres. It includes beautiful historical buildings such as the Sun Pavilion.

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Brimham Rocks

At a height of nearly 300m, Brimham Rocks enjoy spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. Set within the Nidderdale area of Natural Beauty, this fascinating moorland is filled with strange and fantastic rock formations and is rich in wildlife.

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Knaresborough Castle & Museum

A stronghold of medieval kings, Knaresborough Castle is beautifully set overlooking the river Nidd. Explore the castle independently or join a tour to discover the history of the King’s Chamber, visit the dungeon and scurry through the secret underground exit.

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Skipton Castle

Over 900 years old, Skipton Castle is one of the most complete and best preserved medieval castles in England.

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Nidd Gorge

Nestling between Harrogate and Knaresborough, the woodland, which dates back to at least 1600, is actually made up of five woods. A local conservation site, the valley, woodlands and surrounding agricultural land are well worth a visit.

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Newby Hall & Gardens

Newby Hall, the family home of Mr & Mrs Richard Compton, is one of England’s finest houses, an exceptional example of 18th century interior decoration.

Built in the 1690’s in the style of Sir Christopher Wren the house was later enlarged and adapted by John Carr and subsequently Robert Adam.

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Mother Shipton’s Cave

Mother Shipton is England’s most famous prophetess. She lived some 500 years ago in the reign of Henry V111. She was born in the legendary cave beside Knaresborough’s mysterious Petrifying Well, a unique geological phenomenon that turns everyday things into stone.

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Ripon Cathedral

Ripon Cathedral has a history stretching back almost fourteen centuries. Throughout this time it has offered an unbroken tradition of witness to the Christian faith, both in the city of Ripon and across North Yorkshire.

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Harrogate Theatre

Harrogate Theatre is a nationally respected and critically acclaimed venue hosting a vibrant programme of drama, dance, music and comedy. For more information and to find out what’s on visit www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk

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Markets

Regular weekly markets are held in Knaresborough on Wednesdays, Ripon on Thursdays and Masham on Wednesdays and Saturdays. In addition there are regular monthly farmers markets in Harrogate, Knaresborough, Pateley Bridge and Ripon.

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Golf

We have a number of excellent golf courses in very close proximity, Harrogate Golf Club, Knaresborough Golf Club, Pannal Golf Club and Rudding Park Golf.

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Turkish Baths & Health Spa

Harrogate’s Turkish Baths are an excellent place to enjoy a relaxing spa treatment or steam bath.

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Click to explore the area
  • Betty’s Tea Rooms – Harrogate
  • Fodder – near the show ground
  • The Malt Shovel – Brearton
  • The Station, Birstwith
  • Old Bell Tavern
  • Wellington Inn – Darley
  • The Square & Compass – North Rigton
  • The Fat Badger – Harrogate
  • Orchid
  • The Royal Baths
  • Drum & Monkey
  • Sukhothai
  • Le Bistrot Pierre
  • Pizza Express in Harrogate
  • Marconi’s

Dockenbush Cottage has been lovingly crafted from the old stables at North Dockenbush, Brearton, near Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Surrounded by woods and fields, with a plethora of pheasant, partridge, and roe deer, it simply oozes charm and tranquillity. With an abundance of things to do nearby including a great choice of top golf courses and a variety of great walks and cycle paths. For more information on the area visit: www.visitharrogate.co.uk

Betty’s Tea Rooms – Harrogate

The story of Betty’s began in 1919 when the founder, Frederick Belmont, opened his first Betty’s tea Room in the fashionable spa town of Harrogate. The combination of mouth watering Swiss confectionary and Yorkshire warmth and hospitality is second to none and a must-do!

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Fodder – near the show ground

Harrogate Fodder sells the best food and drink from Yorkshire with a fully stocked butchery counter, deli counter laden with fresh pies, pasties and a huge variety of amazing cheese. Fruit and veg is delivered straight from the farms and there are lovely jams and chutneys alongside freshly baked local breads. The coffee shop/restaurant is lovely.

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The Malt Shovel – Brearton

Our local 16th century inn serving delicious food for lunch and dinner and an excellent choice of wine and ale. The steaks are fab! Check out their website or Facebook page for the latest menu and also for details of their ‘special events’ including quiz nights and live entertainment!

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The Station, Birstwith

Another favourite of ours, The Station is a country pub in the heart of the village. The choice of food is very good and the service outstanding, desserts to die for!

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Old Bell Tavern

There is a full specials board at the Old Bell in Harrogate town centre with an ever changing variety of dishes throughout the week. On Fridays the board is dominated by a selection of fresh fish and seafood dishes.

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Wellington Inn – Darley

A pub with a restaurant with open fires and snug seating and lovely countryside views – great to sit outside in spring and summer!

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The Square & Compass – North Rigton

Set in beautiful countryside just outside Harrogate the Square & Compass is a lovely place to enjoy good food and drink.

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The Fat Badger – Harrogate

The Fat Badger is a thriving English pub in the heart of Harrogate’s Montpellier quarter. The pub serves a delicious range of snacks, meals and puddings.

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Orchid

Highly recommended, reservation essential, Harrogate’s premier Thai restaurant.

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The Royal Baths

This beautifully refurbished building now hosts a fine Chinese restaurant providing excellent food and service.

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Drum & Monkey

Renowned seafood restaurant, right in the middle of Harrogate - one of the best!

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Sukhothai

Thai restaurant in Harrogate, the set menu is a delight!

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Le Bistrot Pierre

French restaurant, part of a chain but early bird menu is excellent value, good service and great location, especially for pre-theatre.

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Pizza Express in Harrogate

Well known Italian chain, town centre location.

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Marconi’s

The Martello family has been operating Marconi's Restaurant for five decades. Opened in 1963 by Salvatore and Angelo Martello, it is still run by them along with their son Carlo. Together they prepare from scratch the daily feature as well as the sauces that are the staple of the restaurant's success.

See on map
Places to eat
Click to explore the area
  • Betty’s Tea Rooms – Harrogate
  • Fodder – near the show ground
  • The Malt Shovel – Brearton
  • The Station, Birstwith
  • Old Bell Tavern
  • Wellington Inn – Darley
  • The Square & Compass – North Rigton
  • The Fat Badger – Harrogate
  • Orchid
  • The Royal Baths
  • Drum & Monkey
  • Sukhothai
  • Le Bistrot Pierre
  • Pizza Express in Harrogate
  • Marconi’s

Dockenbush Cottage has been lovingly crafted from the old stables at North Dockenbush, Brearton, near Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Surrounded by woods and fields, with a plethora of pheasant, partridge, and roe deer, it simply oozes charm and tranquillity. With an abundance of things to do nearby including a great choice of top golf courses and a variety of great walks and cycle paths. For more information on the area visit: www.visitharrogate.co.uk

Betty’s Tea Rooms – Harrogate

The story of Betty’s began in 1919 when the founder, Frederick Belmont, opened his first Betty’s tea Room in the fashionable spa town of Harrogate. The combination of mouth watering Swiss confectionary and Yorkshire warmth and hospitality is second to none and a must-do!

See on map
Fodder – near the show ground

Harrogate Fodder sells the best food and drink from Yorkshire with a fully stocked butchery counter, deli counter laden with fresh pies, pasties and a huge variety of amazing cheese. Fruit and veg is delivered straight from the farms and there are lovely jams and chutneys alongside freshly baked local breads. The coffee shop/restaurant is lovely.

See on map
The Malt Shovel – Brearton

Our local 16th century inn serving delicious food for lunch and dinner and an excellent choice of wine and ale. The steaks are fab! Check out their website or Facebook page for the latest menu and also for details of their ‘special events’ including quiz nights and live entertainment!

See on map
The Station, Birstwith

Another favourite of ours, The Station is a country pub in the heart of the village. The choice of food is very good and the service outstanding, desserts to die for!

See on map
Old Bell Tavern

There is a full specials board at the Old Bell in Harrogate town centre with an ever changing variety of dishes throughout the week. On Fridays the board is dominated by a selection of fresh fish and seafood dishes.

See on map
Wellington Inn – Darley

A pub with a restaurant with open fires and snug seating and lovely countryside views – great to sit outside in spring and summer!

See on map
The Square & Compass – North Rigton

Set in beautiful countryside just outside Harrogate the Square & Compass is a lovely place to enjoy good food and drink.

See on map
The Fat Badger – Harrogate

The Fat Badger is a thriving English pub in the heart of Harrogate’s Montpellier quarter. The pub serves a delicious range of snacks, meals and puddings.

See on map
Orchid

Highly recommended, reservation essential, Harrogate’s premier Thai restaurant.

See on map
The Royal Baths

This beautifully refurbished building now hosts a fine Chinese restaurant providing excellent food and service.

See on map
Drum & Monkey

Renowned seafood restaurant, right in the middle of Harrogate - one of the best!

See on map
Sukhothai

Thai restaurant in Harrogate, the set menu is a delight!

See on map
Le Bistrot Pierre

French restaurant, part of a chain but early bird menu is excellent value, good service and great location, especially for pre-theatre.

See on map
Pizza Express in Harrogate

Well known Italian chain, town centre location.

See on map
Marconi’s

The Martello family has been operating Marconi's Restaurant for five decades. Opened in 1963 by Salvatore and Angelo Martello, it is still run by them along with their son Carlo. Together they prepare from scratch the daily feature as well as the sauces that are the staple of the restaurant's success.

See on map

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Dockenbush Cottage
Brearton,
Harrogate,
North Yorkshire
HG3 3DF





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Dockenbush Cottage Brearton,
Harrogate,
North Yorkshire
HG3 3DF
+44 (0)1423 863454