Be captivated by the charm of the Yorkshire Dales where high moorland fells gaze down on green fields and stone villages
This marvellous countryside is studded with historic houses and castles, penned in by rugged dry stone walls.
Renowned for its warm welcomes and wonderful walks, the landscapes of this national park are a delight. If you’re looking for a challenge, take on the famous Three Peaks. Prefer a more relaxed pace? Treat yourself to superb riverside strolls visiting villages and country pubs.
Stay in the southern Dales and discover a wealth of natural wonders, from the huge rock amphitheatre of Malham Cove, once a waterfall to rival Niagara, to the scenic cascades of Gordale Scar. Escape to the northwest corner of the national park and find the little-visited Howgill Fells, with their pastoral valleys and sleepy hamlets, looking down on pretty Sedbergh, England’s ‘book town’.