Location Yorkshire Dales

Yorkshire Dales Lodges

Sleeps (Min)
Beds
Features
Bowland Fell Park, Skipton
  • Sleep 6
  • Pet Friendly
  • On site facilities
  • Telescope for star gazing
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Kiplin Lodge Park, near Richmond
  • Sleep 6
  • Hot Tub
  • Pet Friendly
  • Wi-fi
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Milton Park Lodges, Gargrave
  • Sleep 4
  • Garden/Patio
  • Off road parking
  • Great Location
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Brandy Lodge, Newsham
  • Sleeps 2
  • Hot Tub
  • Wood Burner
  • Decking area with BBQ
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Springwood Lodges, Harrogate
  • Sleep 2
  • Hot tub and Sauna
  • HD TV
  • Decking with furniture
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Sun Hill Lodges, Constable Burton
  • Sleep 2 - 6
  • Hot Tub
  • Pet Friendly
  • Wood burner
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Bears Den, Addingham
  • Sleeps 4
  • Pet Friendly
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
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Cedar Retreats, West Tanfield
  • Sleeps 4 - 6
  • Hot tub
  • Wi-Fi
  • No Pets
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Best Things To Do In Yorkshire Dales

Malham Cove

Malham Cove is a large limestone rock formation that is curved in shape that is 260 feet high. Just half a mile from the village of Malham, this is a popular tourist attraction and beauty spot in the Yorkshire Dales. Visitors can plan scenic walks to view the cove which was first formed at the end of the last Ice Age from a waterfall carrying meltwater from glaciers.

Skipton Castle

If you’re looking for a castle to visit in the Yorkshire Dales, Skipton Castle is a must. The castle is over 900 years old and one of the best-preserved and most complete medieval castles in the country. A wonderful place to visit all year round, visitors can explore the castle and surrounding guides and learn about the history. There is also a tea room and gift shop to enjoy before you leave.

Aysgarth Falls

Surrounded by lush woodland, Aysgarth Falls is a magnificent triple flight of waterfalls and a wonderful place to visit in the Yorkshire Dales. A popular tourist attraction for over 200 years, Aysgarth Falls is a great beauty spot to visit in the Yorkshire Dales. There is a visitor centre with a car park that is just a short walk to the falls where there is a viewing platform. From here, you’ll also be able to access nearby walking trails.

Ribblehead Viaduct

Ribblehead Viaduct is a fantastic photo opportunity. Just a short walk from the Ribblehead station and just over the from Cumbria in North Yorkshire. It is known as the most impressive structure on the Settle-Carlisle Railway and a Grade II* listed structure which is a must-see when you’re in the area.

White Scar Cave

White Scar Cave is an impressive show cave and the longest in the UK. Visitors can enjoy tours of the cave that has some great features including the waterfall, the witch’s finger where some of the cave looks like witches fingers, the squeeze where visitors squeeze through the cave sideways and the battlefield cavern. The tour is around 1 mile and takes around 80 minutes.

Pennine Way

The Pennine Way is a fantastic part of North Yorkshire Dales that stretches from the Peak District in Derbyshire, Northumberland National Park and into the Scottish Border. A total of 268 miles, the Pennine Way can be joined at any point so you can enjoy scenic walks in the Yorkshire Dales. It was the first national trail in England and features some of the best and most famous long-distance walks.

Wensleydale Creamery

Famous for its Wensleydale cheese, the Wensleydale Creamery is a fantastic place to visit. Set in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, the creamery has a visitor centre where you can enjoy the interactive family-friendly experience which includes a viewing gallery and cheese-making demonstration. And of course, there is a cheese and gift shop where you can sample and buy over 20 varieties of handcrafted cheese.

Pen-y-Ghent

Pen-y-Ghent is a popular fell in the Yorkshire Dales. Although it is the lowest of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks, it is still an impressive 2,277 feet high. The round trip walk takes around 4 hours and provides magnificent views from the top. It is a popular first peak for many walkers and a great start to the Three Peaks Challenge in the Yorkshire Dales.

Fountains Abbey

Fountains Abbey is a lovely Cistercian monastery that is one of the largest and best-preserved ruined monasteries in the UK. A great place to visit with the family at any time of the year, you’ll be able to admire the beautiful Fountains Abbey and the surrounding Studley Royal Water Garden. It is a fab setting for walks and has beautiful landscapes in every season.

Dales Countryside Museum

Learn about the history of people who have worked and lived in the Yorkshire Dales for over 1,000 years at the Dales Countryside Museum. The local museum is a great place to start on your trip to the Yorkshire Dales. Fun for everyone, there are several galleries and exhibitions with a great collection of local history.

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