Situated in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, on the river Wharfe, Appletreewick village is widely regarded as one of the most attractive villages in the area and one of the few unspoilt villages in the country.

The surrounding landscape is world renowned for its beauty and with the famous lime store, dry stonewalls, twisting country lanes, rugged high fells, heather-clad moors, ancient broadleaf woodland and sleepy meadows. The local scenery also boasts an exceptional variety of rare flora and fauna.

Appletreewick is between village of Grassington and the bustling market town of Skipton in the heart of Wharfedale, and is a short walk from the cottage to the river Wharfe. Appletreewick village boasts 2 award winning traditional pubs, both of which serve food and traditional ales.

It is a few miles from Bolton Abbey, the village of Burnsall and Stump Cross Caverns, a magnificent set of show caves.

Craven Arms Pub
Photo of Craven Arms by Chris Wainwright.
Appletreewick Village
Appletreewick Village
Appletreewick village
River Wharfe at Appletreewick
Tubing down the river Wharfe just 500 m from the cottage
Tubing down the river Wharfe just 500 m from the cottage
Viiew of Burnsall (1 mile away)