This detached cottage is set one mile from Ravenstonedale and sleeps eleven people in five bathrooms.
Row Foot is a detached cottage set one mile from Ravenstonedale. The cottage sleeps eleven people in five bedrooms which are made up of three double bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite, a twin with an en-suite and a ground floor family room with three singles. There is also a bathroom, two ground floor cloakrooms, a kitchen with a dining area, a utility, a dining room, two sitting rooms with a woodburning stove in each and a garden room. Outside is off road parking for three cars and an enclosed lawned garden. Row Foot is a fantastic cottage to be used as a base to explore this area.
RECENT CUSTOMER REVIEWS
Awful stay Very disappointing stay. Despite a lovely barn with great views the extremely obnoxious owner OCD David ruined our whole stay. From the intrusive visits some of which when we weren?t there to the rules and regulations regarding the heating being kept below 20 degrees and the lack of logs for the log burner - this was not what I called a holiday. Also a warning for any future guests, make sure the fridge is plugged in before filling with fresh food. Please consider staying at a Corner of Eden approximately 2 miles from Row foot for guaranteed excellent stay. Harriet D 2019-02-28
Wonderful Stay We had a wonderful stay at Row Foot. It?s a cosy (but big!) cottage in such a beautiful surrounding. We were two families with young kids and it could not have been more perfect. The hosts David and Vivien are lovely people, always happy to help with any questions or requests we had.
We cannot recommend this place enough! ClaireT1933 2019-01-08
Great Family Christmas Getaway Venue Beautifully presented, well-finished barn conversion that was perfect for our family get together. David made us feel very welcome and was very kind and helpful. We even got to sample some fresh eggs from his hens! Lovely, 20-minute walk across the fields to the village for a mulled wine. Would strongly recommend. Cyclerham 2019-01-06
A wonderful location in beautiful scenery For the past 15 years or so, we as a group of five friends having been going away for a long weekend to enjoying cycling and hill walking. Row Foot was one of the best properties that we have had in terms of its location, space and facilities. We appreciated the five bedrooms - no need to share! There were two ensuite bathrooms, a family bathroom and two extra toilets. There are two lounges (one with a TV) and two wood-burning stoves, perfect for a leisurely evenings relaxing after a day out on the hills.
We were met by the owner David and he showed us around the property and how things worked; important for the electric range. (As a tip for future renters, set the temperature for the hot plates around 30 mins or so before thinking of cooking.). The owner and his wife live on the same site but Row Foot is not overlooked by their property.
Row Foot dates from the 17th century and is full of character - and low doorways which can result in the occasion head banging. All part of the fun, though, especially for the less tall members of the party! The water supply, though, is very much 21st century with plenty of hot water for our after-walk showers.
As much as we tried to have a "digital detox" doing the time away, we were grateful for the internet so we could check the weather forecast and train times. The thickness of the walls does restrict the signal to one of the lounges and the "hobby room" above; no fiddling with phones from most of the bedrooms!
The property is around a ten minute drive from Kirkby Stephen railway station on the Settle & Carlisle railway and we used the train to get to Horton-in-Ribblesdale for a walk up Ingleborough, coming back from Ribblehead.
If coming back to the area again, we would have no hesitation at staying at Row Foot again. Alan R 2018-10-02
Terrible owner but beautiful scenery! I would strongly advise against staying at Rowfoot house! The owner is an extremely rude and angry man.?
Me and my family booked to stay at Rowfoot house to celebrate my mums birthday and my dad finishing his chemotherapy treatment, but it was far from a holiday.?
We?ve stayed in many self catering houses around the country, have had wonderful stays and never had any problems.?
This is by far the worst accommodation we have ever stayed at!!
We felt constantly harassed by the owner throughout our stay. He tried to kick us out of the house in the middle of the night because we were talking to loudly, instead of politely knocking on the door and asking us to keep the "noise" down he decided to loudly bang on the window, when I very politely asked what the problem was he started uncontrollably screaming?at us through the window until his face turned red and spit was flying out his mouth (We were only talking, we didn?t even have music playing). I have to remind you that we were on a family holiday with my pensioner father that is battling cancer, it was far from a sweet 16th party. The noise we were making was minimal.
The owner also forced us to pay an extra ?100 on top of the already ?900 that we had paid.
On top of all of this he took money out of our deposit and said that it was because we didn?t leave the house how it was on arrival, he also?over exaggerated to Sykes about the condition that the house was left in. When we left the house we left it in a tidy and reasonable condition (we have left many self catering houses in the same condition and have never had any problems).?
In no self catering accommodation or B&B I have ever stayed at are you expected clean the house to a professional standard before you leave. Unfortunately it?s not the responsibility of the customer to do this! How ever it is polite to leave it in a reasonable and tidy condition as we did! It was very unnecessary for him to take extra money as a ?cleaning charge? when he had already received a whopping ?1000 from us for the short 6 days we were there.
To top it all off at exactly 9:55am on the morning we left he was outside starring at the house aggressively tapping his watch with his fingers.?
His irrational and aggressive behaviour towards me and my family during our stay was very unprofessional!
UNFORTUNATELY WE HAD A TERRIBLE STAY AND WOULD NOT RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE! Ossian O 2018-07-04
Parking Space Linen provided Towels provided Dishwasher Cooker Fridge Washing Machine Television High Chair Cot WiFi
Double Beds 3
Twin Beds 1
Family Beds 1
Details Oil central heating with air source heaters and woodburning stoves Electric range cooker and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, TV with Freeview, DVD, WiFi Fuel, power and starter pack for stoves included in rent Bed linen and towels included in rent Travel cot and highchair Off road parking for 3 cars Enclosed lawned garden with patio and furniture One well-behaved dog welcome Sorry, no smoking Shop 3 miles, pub 1 mile Note: There is a small natural pond close to the property and children must be supervised at all times Note: Due to the age of the property, some door ways are lower and there are some sloping ceilings and low beams Note: There are steps to the garden and a number of internal steps on each floor Note: The owners live in a separate farmhouse on site Note: Strictly a max of 8 guests (+1 infant) permitted, ground floor bedroom set up is flexible depending on guest requirements Note: Check-in 4pm
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