Self Catering Cottage in Ingleton, North Yorkshire
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Self-Catering Accommodation in Ingleton, North Yorkshire

The Accommodation

  • cozy ingleton holiday cottageCentral Heating throughout
  • Original Yorkist Fire Range / Open Fire
  • Electric Oven / Gas Hob
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Bedlinen and Towels are provided
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Hoover
  • Access to Washer and Dryer
  • Free WIFI
  • TV
  • DVD
  • CD player
  • Jacuzzi Bath


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Pauls Fold Cottage is a semi detached property attached to the owner’s house.

Guests are welcome to use the owner’s private riverside garden (and garden furniture) which overlooks and provides access to the River Doe.

Parking is only available on the road. (50m from the front door).

Departure after 11am

Please note: unfortunately this is a non smoking cottage.

The Layout

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History of Pauls Fold

ingletonThe names of Pauls Fold Cottage and the adjoining main house derive from the former owner of the whole yard, including the houses opposite. He was a Paul Berry, the parish clerk and sexton of over 150 years ago. It is not known which house he lived in but until the 1960s the present houses were named Bridge End 1 and 2.

When this often became confused with Bridge End across the river a former owner, a Mrs Roberts, decided to revert to Pauls Fold for the Main House Mrs Roberts sold the house to Peter and Margaret Bolton, in 1971.

Gareth and Lizzie Williams bought the main house and Pauls Fold cottage in 2010 and opened Pauls Fold Cottage as a holiday Cottage in 2014. The age of the main house is not known, but it is probably over 250 years old. Paul Folds cottage is believed to have been built as a barn to support the farming work in the sheep fold as the yard then was (there used to be a sheep dip in the river beyond the garden) and the bricked up remnants of the original barn openings can still be seen in the gable end.