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    An attractive collection of river valleys rising from the Vale of York, the Dales are characterised by green upland pastures, separated by picturesque dry-stone walls and often grazed by cattle and sheep. The Dales themselves are V- and U-shaped valleys, with upland areas of heather moorland, many of which act as popular venues for grouse shooting.

    Things to do in the Yorkshire Dales
    The Yorkshire Dales National Park attracts both walkers and cyclists, who are drawn to the area by its amazing scenery, with several major long-distance routes transecting the Park boundaries. The Pennine Way, the Dales Way, the Pennine Bridleway and the Coast to Coast Path are complemented by several cycleways, and the National Park also boasts five visitor centres.

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    Settle Although there is likely to have been a settlement here since prehistoric times, Settle first came to prominence as a centre for cotton spinning in the 18th century. The fortunes of the town were further impacted by the building of the Settle to Carlisle Railway in 1875, which opened it up to goods traffic. Located on the southern edges of the Dales, Settle is within a few miles of the (Yorkshire) Three Peaks.

    Harrogate – A bustling market town, Harrogate was once the site of the most advanced hydrotherapy in the world, with its ‘Hydropathic spa’ proving a popular draw for Georgian visitors. The Royal Pump Room houses Europe’s strongest sulphur well and is now the home of a museum showcasing the town’s illustrious spa history.

    Barnard Castle – To the south west of Newcastle upon Tyne, Barnard Castle gets its name from being the site of a Norman castle; the remains of the castle are now in the care of English Heritage and are open to the public. The town is also home to the nationally-renowned art collection of the Bowes Museum, a purpose-built public art gallery described by architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner as ‘big, bold and incongruous’ for its gloriously inappropriate scale.

    Sedbergh – At the foot of the Howgill Fells, on the north bank of the River Rawthey, this small Yorkshire town to the north of Kirkby Lonsdale has a narrow main street lined with shops, with hills rising all around. Once remote to travellers, the town was opened up by the coming of the railway in 1861. Farming and the wool trade were once the main local industries; more recently the town has become known for its book trade, with several independent bookshops and numerous other book dealers.

    SkiptonA Norman motte-and-bailey castle was constructed here in 1090, protecting the local community from Scottish insurgence and leading to improvements in the local economy. During the 19th century the proximity of Skipton to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, and its branch Thanet Canal, led to the creation of a small mill town. Now with its promotion as the ‘Gateway to the Dales’ the economic focus is on tourism.

    Carnforth – With a history based on the railway and ironworks, Carnforth is situated on vast deposits of limestone, which made it an ideal location for iron production. In 1945, Carnforth railway station was used as part of the setting for the film ‘Brief Encounter’, and the station has recently been refurbished following a campaign by film enthusiasts.


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    photo of Little Storrs , Storrs Dale, Hawes Road, Ingleton, North Yorkshire
    Little Storrs Self Catering Apartment forms part of a large Victorian House nestled on the slopes of Ingleborough and is a five minute walk from Ingleton village. Having wood and tile floors throughout, the apartment is ...
    Bedrooms: 1
    Sleeps Max: 2
    Guide Price: ££
    Pets: pet friendly

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    photo of Candlelight Cottage , Conistone with Kilnsey, Skipton, North Yorkshire
    Candlelight cottage dates back to 1690.It has been newly refurbished with a brand new luxury kitchen, and bathroom with marble tiles , a walk in shower and free standing bath. The sitting room has a wood burning stove and ...
    Bedrooms: 3
    Sleeps Max: 7
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    photo of 3 Fellview , Appletreewick, Wharfedale, Near Skipton, Yorkshire Dales
    Appletreewick is a quiet picturesque village in Wharfedale, 9 miles north of the popular market town of Skipton. The village boasts 2 traditional award winning pubs, both of which serve food and traditional ales. The ...
    Bedrooms: 3
    Sleeps Max: 6
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    Pets: dog friendly

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    photo of Angie's Wharfe Lodge , Threshfield, Grassington, North Yorkshire
    Wharfe Lodge is a stylish timber holiday home sleeping up to 4 persons situated on a private park on the outskirts of Grassington. Boasting gas central heating together with a total refurbishment in 2007, it makes for a ...
    Bedrooms: 2
    Sleeps Max: 4
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    photo of Oak Cottage , Midtown, Ravenstonedale, Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria
    Oak Cottage offers accommodation in Ravenstonedale village with all the ambience and character expected from a period country cottage with beamed ceilings and open fireplaces. Comfortable sitting room, separate dining ...
    Bedrooms: 3
    Sleeps Max: 5
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