Otley Chevin Jenny's Cottage
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1: The cottage was situated on the Chevin Ridge at Surprise View, it was also
known as Chevin Top House or Farm, Jenny Hill Farm or Beacon House.
In the 1820s
the tenants were Joseph and Jane Myers.
Jane was commonly called "Jenny" hence
the cottage becoming associated with her.
She would provide hot water for tea or
even on occasion lend her own crockery to pic-nickers, her hospitality became
The cottage later became a popular tea room, it was demolished in
The alternative name of Beacon House refers to the beacons which are traditionally lit on the Chevin as part of a National chain at times of
2: Situated on Otley Chevin, Jenny's Cottage was a tearoom, this part of the
Chevin is known as Surprise View, as seen on the building.
3: Jenny's Cottage was a popular tearooms located on Otley Chevin with
splendid views of Wharfedale.
4: This once popular tea room was originally Chevin Top farmhouse on Otley
Chevin, it was demolished in 1980.
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