Crabtree & Crabtree Expands into Yorkshire with New Self-Catering Properties

Crabtree & Crabtree Expands into Yorkshire with New Self-Catering Properties

Yorkshire is known worldwide for its astonishing natural beauty, making it an ideal place to escape the pressures and stresses of the modern world. Crabtree & Crabtree understands this and, after looking at customer feedback, has decided to add “God’s own Country” to its portfolio, which now comprises more than 300 handpicked holiday cottages.

As UK borrowing costs soar, it will not have escaped many eyes and ears that sterling is falling, meaning that things will be significantly more expensive for Brits wanting to travel abroad. Much like the previous two years when the pandemic forced Brits to holiday closer to home, many holidaymakers are again looking for options within British borders. There are few more beautiful places than the county of Yorkshire.

Emma Crabtree, the company’s founder, said, “A whopping 64% of our database encouraged us to expand into Yorkshire, and after two years of planning and researching, we couldn’t be happier to launch this new collection. Whether the rugged beauty of the Yorkshire Dales, the sprawling beaches of the Yorkshire Coast, the rolling chalk hills of the Yorkshire Wolds or the historic city of York, this is a county with so much to offer.”

The outside seating area at Bay View Cottage set next to open fields

As with all Crabtree & Crabtree’s holiday cottages, these delightful Yorkshire properties are handpicked for their charm, incredible locations and attention to detail. From miles of hiking and biking, Michelin-star dining, pretty market towns and fascinating history spanning the Vikings through to contemporary and well-loved artists, there is something to suit everyone, from families looking for outdoor adventure to couples seeking a rural bolthole.

Properties launching with the new Yorkshire collection include:

Bay View Cottage, Robin Hood’s Bay

Bay View Cottage's incredible views over the water

Sleeps 2 guests | 1 bedroom |
From £999 per week

Bay View Cottage is a quaint coastal gem overlooking the famous Robin Hood’s Bay and is surrounded by nothing but charming fishing villages, moorland and the wild North Sea. Aside from the sound of crashing waves and the distant chatter of the sea bird colony, this quiet corner of the rugged Yorkshire coastline is a tonic for the busy soul.

Sun loungers in the cottage's garden

Guests will love feasting on delicious garden produce straight from the vegetable garden, and there is also a bee colony, orchard and seemingly endless supply of berries and nuts. There may even be the odd bottle of homemade sloe gin.

Heatherdene, Yorkshire Dales

The stone exterior of Heatherdene

Sleeps 6 guests | 3 bedrooms
From: £1,230 per week

In the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, with the most spectacular views over Swaledale and the River Swale, this former mine manager’s home has been turned into a charming and contemporary country retreat.

The living room in Heatherdene

Heatherdene is perfect for exploring everything the Wensleydale Valley offers, from the dramatic Aysgarth Falls to medieval Bolton Castle. At the same time, more serious walkers will love dipping into Wainwright’s ‘Coast to Coast’ trail, which passes through the Yorkshire Dales. The village gastropub, Punch Bowl Inn, is ideal for delicious seasonal dishes.

Number 107, York

Inside Number 107 in York

Sleeps 6 guests | 3 bedrooms
From £1,405 per week

A first for Crabtree & Crabtree! A super stylish townhouse in the centre of York that boasts a basement cinema and a football table room stuffed full of board games. It is a perfect pad for families wishing to discover the cultural and historical wealth behind this beautifully preserved medieval city. Just a minute’s walk from the bustling high street and a short stroll from the Castle Museum, Yorkshire Museum and Cliffords Tower, budding historians and archaeologists can step back in time and learn about the Romans, Vikings and Medieval history.

Partridge Lodge, Northallerton

The exterior of Partridge Lodge Northallerton Yorkshire

Sleeps 10 guests | 5 bedrooms
15% discount for holidays in 2022 – From £1,660 per week

Newly built and with impeccable interiors, Partridge Lodge, can be found in the idyllic rural riverside village of Newby Wiske, between the Dales and the Moors. The plethora of walking and cycling routes make for great day trips with famous landmarks, including Aysgarth Falls, Malham Cove and Rievaulx Abbey, all nearby. Harrogate is also within easy reach, famous for its tea rooms and Victorian bathhouse. While back at Partridge Lodge, children will love the purpose-built, stand-alone games room with its pool, football table, and cosy corner for board games.

Rose Cottage, Yorkshire Wolds

The exterior of Rose Cottage

Sleeps 6 guests | 3 bedrooms | 2 dogs
From £1,149 per week

At the heart of a pretty medieval village in the middle of the Yorkshire Wolds, the charming Rose Cottage is a perfect bolthole for both couples and families wishing to explore the surrounding countryside, Yorkshire coast and North York Moors. There are plenty of country rambles on the doorstep, including the 40-mile circular Chalkland Way or 170-mile coast-to-coast Way of the Roses cycle route, and children will love the nearby sandy beaches for bucket and spade fun or kitesurfing and windsurfing. While York and its ancient Roman walls, Viking past and links to Harry Potter are just a short drive away.

To view all the properties in the new Yorkshire collection and to make a booking, visit Crabtree & Crabtree’s official website,

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