Reasonably priced accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales

accommodation in Yorkshire DalesIf you’re looking for dramatic scenery, perfect tranquillity and the best in locally sourced, traditional cooking, the Yorkshire Dales are the perfect destination. Although high season is during summer, the Dales are relatively popular all year round, with many of their hotels providing roaring log fires in winter. Almost anyone can enjoy a break in the Yorkshire Dales, and luckily there are prices to suit almost anyone too.

If you’re looking for high-end, luxury hotels Yorkshire Dales there are five star hotels to spare throughout the area. Goldsborough Hall, a four hundred year old Jacobean mansion house, is the former residence of a royal princess (HRH Princess Mary) and now offers six huge private suites to the public. The mansion is set in beautiful landscaped grounds, which themselves are enclosed by many acres of parkland, which allows total seclusion and quietude. Ashmount Country House, meanwhile, is set near Haworth in the heart of Bronte country. Here you’ll find outdoor hot tubs that can be enjoyed even in the cooler months of spring and autumn, private patios and spa areas, as well as some suites with their own private sauna cabin. There are also several five star B&Bs in the area. Stoney End B&B, for example, is set in the tiny hamlet of Worton in the Wensleydale area that is so famous for its cheese. Its breakfast is award-winning, and you’ll also find the sort of features rarely found at a B&B including a hot tub on a private patio, and a mini gym.

However, if your budget doesn’t quite stretch to such high end accommodation, there is plenty of cheap accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales too. Many of the small villages of the area offer great cheap B&Bs and guest houses. The Wood View Guest House, for example, is a Grade 2 listed building near the tiny village of Austwick which offers great access to the surrounding countryside for walks and cycling. It has also been beautifully preserved with original wooden ceiling beams and open fires. The Pickersgill Manor Farm B&B is situated on a real working farm, which can provide hours of amusement for young children. The food here is wonderful, being made from the freshest of local ingredients, and again the countryside location makes this B&B perfect for outdoor pursuits such as rambling over the moors or mountain biking.

Another farm offering B&B facilities is Westfields Farm near Leyburn. The breakfast here has won two awards, from Deliciouslyyorkshire and Enjoy England, and is again made from delicious, fresh, seasonal produce. Leyburn itself is a bustling market town that comes with plenty of interesting little boutique shops and some quaint English pubs to spend your afternoon investigating. Here you can choose to make use of the meals on offer, but you can also choose a more private experience in the next door barn which comes with more facilities than the main house itself, allowing guests to cook their own food.

If you’re willing to look, there really is some great cheap accommodation in the Yorkshire Dales, some of which has been rated with four stars and goes for around the £30-40 a night mark.



Romantic Hotels in Yorkshire

romantic hotels YorkshireIt’s no surprise that Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights, one of the most romantic books of all time, was conceived and set in the moors of Yorkshire. This dramatic landscape, with its unpredictable weather patterns and rolling hills, is the perfect scene for a stormy romance. This is no doubt why so many urban couples descend on the area each year, looking for a romantic getaway. If you’re looking to escape the daily grind and rediscover your passion for your partner, there are plenty of romantic hotels Yorkshire wide that will set the scene.

If you’re looking to explore the rugged moorland of Brontë country itself (the area around Haworth), there are two five star hotels willing to oblige; Ashmount Country House Hotel and the Manor Guest House. Ashmount Country House isn’t just situated in Brontë country; it actually has a real link to the sisters themselves, having once been the home of the Brontë’s physician, Dr Amos Ingham. There’s no doubt that the sisters would have visited the home of their doctor, and perhaps envisaged this place as one of the scenes of their fiction, perhaps even as Wuthering Heights itself. It’s easy to picture a ghostly Catherine banging at the window of the upstairs bedrooms here, which look out over the moorland.

Apart from its literary connection, Ashmount Country House is also a five star hotel with the type of luxury facilities you would expect. It comes with outdoor hot tubs, where you can enjoy the tranquil Yorkshire night with a glass of champagne. Some of the rooms have access to private patio and spa areas, while some come with their own private sauna cabin, and each suite has been designed with serious attention to detail.

The Manor Guest House, meanwhile, is a restored 18th century manor house that is ideal for rambling on the moors. Again, this is a five star hotel with an entry in the Michelin Guide. Its luxury rooms feature such extras as Jacuzzi baths, designer marble bathrooms, leather armchairs and open fires. Its literary credentials are verified by its age; the Brontës would probably have known the previous owners of this local manor house, and no doubt visited. Indeed, this too could be the house that Emily Brontë imagined when she pictured her scene of doomed passion in Wuthering Heights. Equally, this could be the manor where Charlotte Brontë imagined Mr Rochester living, with his ex-wife locked away in the attic. Here on the moors, it’s easy to find romance everywhere you look.

Of course,  Yorkhsire dales hotels aren’t what makes romance for everyone. For something that is charmingly romantic in its own way, but a little different, you could perhaps choose to stay in one of the many farm guest houses in the area. Hill Top Farm is for hire as a wedding venue, but it could also simply set the scene for a romantic getaway.

As you can see, there are plenty of romantic hotels in Yorkshire, whatever you’re looking for, whether that is luxury, beautiful scenery or simple rustic charm.

Finding a Cheap Yorkshire Dales Hotel

Yorkshire Dales hotelSometimes the sheer amount of hotels available in the Yorkshire Dales region can be intimidating, especially if you’re not sure what you’re looking for and you don’t know the region particularly well. It’s only easy if you know how, so here’s a quick guide to finding a cheap Yorkshire Dales hotel.

First of all, find a good price comparison website that gives full details of the hotels available and links to the hotel’s own website, if it has one. Good options are and Even though their advertising seems to suggest that they are for people who are looking to find a room quickly or a cheap last minute deal, in fact these websites allow you to compare hotel prices well in advance too.

Next, you need to consider what you’re looking for in a Yorkshire Dales hotel. If you’re going to be enjoying a lot of outdoor pursuits such as walking and cycling, you should look at hotels that are located out in the countryside for easy access to great walks and cycle tracks in the Pennines or Howgill Fells, for example. If you choose a hotel in town you’ll need to bear in mind that you may have to walk for several miles each day just to get into the actual countryside, so this probably wouldn’t make much sense.

If you’re mainly going to be relaxing, you should perhaps consider a spa hotel. There are loads of spas in the Yorkshire Dales area, but most of the hotels that have spas attached are in the luxury rather than budget range. However, the Fountains Court Holistic Health Hotel is perhaps the best spa hotel Yorkshire has to offer and boasts a wide range of spa treatments, a patio hot tub, Zen garden and infra-red sauna, all for the very reasonable price of under £40 per night. You are unlikely to find this anywhere else, but luckily your hotel itself doesn’t need to actually have a spa. You could simply choose a hotel that you know is located next to one of the good spas in the area.

If you want to investigate the history of the region, you could perhaps choose one of the area’s many historic market towns. Ripon has a cathedral, and a great amount of ancient architecture, as well as some great places to dine out. Leyburn is another quaint market town that you might like to visit, while Pontefract has a fascinating history. Richmond has some very interesting boutique shops and a flourishing market.

If you’re looking to eat and dine out well, it’s probably better that you choose a hotel that is located in one of the tourist towns of the region, as that is where most of the best restaurants are located. Again, while many of the region’s best hotels come with their own restaurants, many of which are featured in the Michelin Guide, most of the cheaper hotels lack these facilities. What they lack in haute cuisine, however, they make up for in wholesome, fresh and tasty home-cooked food that comes with the personal touch most high-end restaurants lack.

Cheap Yorkshire Dales Hotels

Yorkshire Dales hotelsThe Yorkshire Dales are a perfect getaway for anyone who enjoys peace and quiet, traditional fare and romantic scenery. Every year, hundreds of nature lovers, walkers, cyclists and honeymooners all descend on the area to enjoy the atmosphere of tranquillity, staying in one of the many hundred hotels, B&Bs and guest houses in the area. Many of these hotels are high end luxury hotels with facilities such as indoor swimming pools and spas, but if you look carefully it is possible to find cheap Yorkshire Dales hotels, even in summer time.

If you’re willing to venture out from the main towns of the area and stay in one of the surrounding villages and hamlets, you can be rewarded with some very cheap, high quality accommodation. For example, in the tiny village of Austwick you’ll find the Wood View Guest House, a Grade 2 listed building that was built around 1700. Inside the original features of the building have been well preserved, with original wooden beams and log fires remaining. Each of the en-ensuite bedrooms has been beautifully decorated in traditional style, and the guest house provides great access to one of the most scenic areas of the dales, for anyone who wants to enjoy walking or cycling. There’s a pub nearby in the village, and you can enjoy some romantic nights sitting next to the log fire with a glass of wine too.

If outdoor pursuits are your thing, you may also enjoy staying at Pickersgill Manor Farm B&B on Silsden Moor which makes a great base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales. This is still a working sheep farm, so if you have young children and come during lambing season they can enjoy watching the new born lambs bounce around the fields. The farming family own and run the B&B, which creates a really welcoming and relaxed atmosphere, and some of the food they serve is grown on the farm itself. You don’t get much fresher than that! There are only two rooms at Pickersgill Manor Farm, which contributes to the homely atmosphere.

Westfields Farm at Leyburn also offers bed & breakfast facilities. The farm is actually located outside of Leyburn, so you don’t have to worry about being bothered by the bustle of a busy market town. The breakfast here is so delicious it has won not one but two awards, from Deliciouslyyorkshire as well as Enjoy England. They also offer a four-poster bed, open fire, and the choice of being based in their main building for a more bed & breakfast like experience, or in the next door converted barn, for a little more privacy and the use of your own cooking facilities. Leyburn itself offers some great restaurants and interesting little shops, so you’ll never run out of things to do even if you tire of outdoor activities.

All of these are available for the very reasonable price of less than £40 per night, and this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to cheap Yorkshire Dales hotels. As you can see, if you’re willing to look, you’re sure to find something within your budget range.

How to find a wedding venue hotel in Yorkshire

hotel YorkshireIt’s not surprising that so many people want to get married in the beautiful northern English county of Yorkshire. With dramatic scenery and even more dramatic weather, Yorkshire is a county with personality by the bucket load and the sort of rich cultural heritage that lends itself well to romance. Precisely because of its popularity as a wedding venue, there are now so many wedding venues in the area that it can be difficult to choose just one. To give you a little inspiration, I picked three of what I think are the best wedding venues Yorkshire has to offer.

Harewood House is one of the most impressive venues in the county. An 18th century mansion house that was originally commissioned by Edwin Lascelles with money that was made by his father in the West Indian sugar trade, today Harewood House is not just a wedding venue but also a museum and exhibition centre. Only certain areas are available for rental as a wedding venue, the Pavilion, the Courtyard, the Victorian Terrace and the Grounds, but these are hugely expansive and easily provide space for several hundreds of guests. Harewood House doesn’t provide accommodation, but the surrounding area doesn’t lack in luxury accommodation options so that shouldn’t be an issue. The only problem with Harewood House is its popularity; you may have to book well in advance.

At £2000 a night, Carr Hall Castle certainly isn’t cheap in terms of accommodation, but you’d find it difficult to find a better hotel Yorkshire wide for a wedding party. For £2000 a night, you can rent the whole of the castle including five spacious double bedrooms, an indoor heated swimming pool, gym, steam room, hot tub, private woodlands and a lake with a romantic wooden wheel. During the day, the grounds of the castle could be the site for the wedding itself, while drinks could be held in the reception rooms later. Afterwards, the castle would function as a truly unique and unbeatably luxurious honeymoon venue. Of course, it could be used for the wedding night only (at such a price), with the lucky couple heading off elsewhere afterwards.

Carlton Towers is another mansion hotel available as a wedding venue in the Yorkshire region, this time with gothic styling. The hotel has sixteen uniquely designed bedroom suites which are perfect for wedding guests, and a majestic bridal suite with a grand four-poster bed and a beautiful free-standing copper bath. If you’re looking for a venue to truly impress your guests, there is no doubt that the Carlton Towers Hotel in Yorkshire will hit the mark.

However, there are also many charming alternative wedding venues on offer at many a hotel Yorkshire wide. The Hill Top Farm, for example, is perfectly kitted out for picturesque rustic weddings. It comes with farm animals including horses, ducklings and piglets, for something just a little extra special. Weddings here usually involve a marquee set up in one of the fields, with some wooden boards for some good old fashioned wedding dancing. The Hill Top Farm is not just a farm, of course; it also offers a luxury bridal suite designed in traditional rural style.

Small Luxury Hotels in the Yorkshire Dales

luxury hotels Yorkshire DalesUsually the first thing that comes to mind when you think of a luxury hotel is the image of a grand mansion, probably furnished with a mixture of beautiful antiques and contemporary indulgences such as plasma-screen televisions, DVD players and iPod docks. No imaginary luxury hotel would be complete without the obligatory fluffy bathrobes and expensive cosmetics, and also probably comes with such extras as room and laundry services. However, many of the five star luxury hotels the Yorkshire Dales has to offer are actually of a different sort altogether. These are the smaller, more personal hotels whose attention to detail and quirky sense of personality has earned them the title ‘boutique’ hotels.

Yorkshire abounds with these small luxury hotels that often come with an interesting and chequered past. The Old Deanery in Ripon, for example, was once the private annexe of the Canon-in-Residence of the nearby monastery. It was once said to be haunted by the ghost of a woman called Jenny Wanless, as well as the old Dean himself who is said to wander the corridors and bless those he comes across. Lewis Carroll once stayed in the town, at which time three human skeletons were discovered when builders were digging the foundations for the bay windows at the front of the building. Today, the hotel provides luxury contemporary accommodation in a highly individual building that has retained its character despite the many changes it has undergone throughout the years.

The Thorney Mire Barn Bed & Breakfast is another of the small luxury hotels Yorkshire Dales wide that just so happens to be steeped in a different kind of past. Where once it was a functioning barn for the farmhouse next door, it has now been transformed into some beautifully and thoughtfully designed accommodation that provides for a truly secluded holiday experience. The barn is set in several acres of private woodland, protecting it from any outside influence that could spoil the peace, and is two miles from the nearest village giving it easy access by car to the local shops for provisions and entertainment. Thorney Mire has been praised for the quality of its cuisine above all else, especially its interesting and varied breakfast menu.

Tower House in Wakefield is another  of the small boutique hotels in Yorkshire that happens to be rich in local history. This time the history comes in the form of the design of each bedroom, which depict an era of Pontefract’s history each and come with small informative booklets designed to give guests an understanding of the history of the area. Just as you would in any other luxury hotel, here you’ll find soft fluffy towels and bathrooms as well as scented cosmetics in the bathroom. Unlike other luxury hotels, however, the owners will give you a personal walking tour around Pontefract for the sort of truly unique experience you couldn’t find anywhere else.

Size doesn’t always mean luxury, so don’t be fooled by the sheer size of a manor house hotel; sometimes the best things come in small packages, after all.

The best luxury hotel in the Yorkshire Dales

luxury hotel Yorkshire DalesBecause it is one of the most relaxing holiday destinations in the UK, and the perfect place to escape the urban pace of life, there are more luxury hotels in the Yorkshire Dales than perhaps any other area in the UK. That makes choosing between them quite difficult, but here are a few of the best on offer.

Build by the wealthy Vavasour family as a country retreat, the Wood Hall Hotel & Spa offers some 44 luxury bedrooms, a two Rosette restaurant and a health club and spa. The Wood Hall Hotel offers the choice of classic, executive or deluxe rooms, all of which are designed in muted colours specifically for relaxation and luxury. As a marker of how peaceful the surrounding area is, it is next to a Carmelite monastery which is home to a completely silent order of nuns! This is the only other building in the vicinity.

For more spa-based relaxation and perhaps the ultimate self-indulgence you’ll find in any luxury hotel Yorkshire Dales wide, try the Feversham Arms Hotel at Helmsley where you’ll find the Verbena Spa. The Spa isn’t exclusive for guests at the hotel and has its own separate entrance, but this is because the Verbena Spa isn’t simply a hotel spa; it is a real, functioning spa with a full range of treatments and beauty experts on hand. Here, you can receive Anne Sémonin facials and other treatments, and various exotic Elemis treatments including a coconut rub, ocean detox or milk ritual wrap. The Verbena Spa isn’t just for women; it also offers a range of treatments designed specifically for men.

If you’re thinking of something a little more opulent, Goldsborough Hall may be more to your tastes. This 400 year old Jacobean mansion is the former residence of a royal princess (HRH Princess Mary), and offers just six suites for hire. These six suites are huge, however, and come with an antique Jacobean four-poster bed as well as a leather chesterfield sofa, and modern bathroom amenities such as whirlpool baths and monsoon showers. Goldsborough Hall is also available for hire as a wedding venue, as is almost every luxury hotel in the Yorkshire Dales.

However, the hotel that wins the title of the best luxury hotel in the Yorkshire Dales in my mind isn’t even technically a hotel. Carr Hall Castle has accommodation for ten people in five sumptuous en-suite bedrooms, and is available for hire at the rate of £2000 per night. This isn’t for one room, however. This is for the hire of the whole castle and grounds! The castle was voted Britain’s Best Home in 2008, and since then has been made available for private nightly hire. Don’t think this is simply some dusty old castle, of course. Carr Hall Castle has been upgraded to include the finest in modern conveniences and luxury items including an indoor heated swimming pool, a gym, a steam room and hot tub, not to mention a total of six large plasma screen TVs with satellite connections. This is not only possibly the best luxury accommodation in the Yorkshire dales, but also perhaps in the whole country.

Finding Hotels in Yorkshire

hotels YorkshireIn recent years, Yorkshire has become very popular as a holiday destination due to its astounding natural beauty and rustic charm. As its popularity has grown, so the area has attracted developers of high quality holiday accommodation. This means that there are now so many great hotels to choose from in the area, it can be quite difficult to make a decision on just one.

Every hotel has its qualities, so the most important decision to make is which aspect of your holiday is most important to you; relaxation, delicious food and drink, beauty and health treatments, or local historical attractions and activities. If you’re looking for a relaxing break, you’re in luck because there are literally hundreds of hotels Yorkshire wide that specialise in pure relaxation. The Feversham Arms Hotel, for example, comes with its own spa (which can also be used separately by the public) called the Verbena Spa. Here, you can relax in the steam room or indulge yourself with some of the various treatments on offer including deep tissue muscle massages, an ocean detox, various Elemis treatments including facials, coconut rubs and a ‘milk ritual’ wrap reminiscent of the pure indulgence of Cleopatra, and various Anne Sémonin treatments.

Many of the hotels Yorkshire has to offer have hot tubs and saunas. The Castle View Guest House, for example, offers a canyon hot tub spa, while the Ashmount Country House Hotel offers outdoor hot tubs and private spa areas as well as some suites with sauna cabins.

If you intend to indulge your taste buds, Tower House in Wakefield offers some fantastic home cooked fare made from the freshest local ingredients. Ashmount Country House offers a wonderfully indulgent champagne afternoon tea, and the restaurant at the Old Deanery in Ripon has been voted as being the best in the city and is mentioned in the Michelin Guide. Ripon is a fascinating old market town with some beautiful architecture and well worth a visit anyway. The Castle View Guest House boasts a Norwegian Grill-Kota for some delicious steak and grilled fish, and also holds regular tapas and barbeque grill nights for something a little different than the usual fare of the county.

If the reason you have been attracted to Yorkshire is due to its natural beauty, you might like to try out a Yorkshire dales hotel with a view. The Castle View Guest House has some wonderful views over the Colne Valley and the Pennines, while the Hill Top Hotel is isolated on a hill giving panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

If you’re interested in the history of the Yorkshire area, you may like to choose a hotel in the area known as ‘Brontë country,’ Haworth in the West Yorkshire Pennines. Here you’ll see the scenery that inspired Charlotte Brontë to pen the classic Wuthering Heights. Visit Ripon for a great example of an old Yorkshire market town with a splendid cathedral. If you stay at the Tower House in Wakefield, meanwhile, the owners will give you a tour around their local area of Pontefract.



Boutique Hotels in the Yorkshire Dales

hotels Yorkshire DalesMany Yorkshire Dales hotels are grand mansion house hotels offering elegant and sophisticated accommodation of a uniformly high standard. However, sometimes it can be interesting to have a look at the smaller luxury hotels on offer in an area. Boutique hotels, recognisable due to their particularly unique character and personal touches, are becoming more and more popular these days.

Of course, not every small hotel is a ‘boutique’ hotel. The name boutique denotes a certain level of quality, attention to detail and personality that not every hotel can claim. One of the best boutique hotels Yorkshire Dales wide is the Thorney Mire Barn Bed & Breakfast. As the name suggests, Thorney Mire is a bed & breakfast that has been converted from what was originally the barn to an historic farm house. While the barn is right next to the farmhouse itself (where the owners of the barn still live), care has been taken to ensure that guests enjoy total privacy. There is a private parking area as well as a side staircase allowing guests to come and go as they please. The Thorney Mire Barn offers a wide selection of breakfasts and is set in a large area of woodland, far away from the nearest towns and villages. The owners specialise in crafting delicious meals out of fresh local produce, and for a small extra fee they’ll also make you up a picnic basket to take away. It’s these little extras that really make the boutique hotel experience.

One of the most attractive boutique hotels in the Yorkshire Dales is the Blue Lion inn at East Witton. This is really an ‘inn’ rather than a hotel in the old-fashioned sense of the word. It has a real traveller’s rest kind of feel about it, although it’s perfect for a longer stay too. Although it does have some mod-cons including television and a telephone in every room, this is very much a period hotel. The restaurant at the Blue Lion is said to be the best in the area, and specialises in seasonal produce. It also happens to be candlelit, which is a rare quality these days.

If you enjoy period features but like a little bit of contemporary luxury too, the Old Deanery in the town of Ripon allows you to have the best of both worlds. Built in 1625, the building was originally an annexe to the Monastery of St Wilfred for use by the Canon-in-Residence. Today, it has retained much of its historical charm and architectural individuality, but each of its rooms is designed in contemporary style and comes with the convenience and luxury of a contemporary en-suite bathroom. The restaurant of the Old Deanery has been voted the best in Ripon by users of the TripAdvisor website, and is recommended in the Michelin Guide which is always an indicator of very high quality.

For a warm welcome and a real feeling of exclusivity, try the boutique hotels in the Yorkshire Dales; there are really some unforgettable experiences to be had in this beautiful northern county.

The best luxury hotels in the Yorkshire Dales

luxury hotels in Yorkshire DalesAs one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK due to its striking scenery and tranquillity, the Yorkshire Dales also happens to be the seat of a good number of luxury hotels. When there is so much on offer it can be difficult to choose, so here’s a quick guide to some of the best luxury hotels in the Yorkshire Dales.

Although not technically a hotel, Carr Hall Castle offers some of the most luxurious Yorkshire Dales accommodation. This is because you can’t pay for a room here; it is the whole property that is available for rent (and only the whole property). For around £2000 per night, you can play lord of the manor in this beautiful Celtic castle, which just so happened to be voted Britain’s Best Home in 2008, beating off some stiff competition from 27 other dream homes. The original character of the castle has been miraculously preserved, even while installing every modern convenience that could ever be necessary including a heated indoor swimming pool, gym, steam room, hot tub, and six plasma TVs with satellite television. Set in a private area of woodland and next to a private deer park estate, Carr Hall Castle literally couldn’t be any more secluded or romantic.

If you don’t quite feel like arranging your own meals (even if you are doing so while pretending to be a multi-millionaire in your own private castle), ultimate luxury can also be had at the ex-royal residence, Goldsborough Hall. This is a majestic, 400 year old Jacobean mansion offering just six exclusive suites for nightly rental. Each suite comes with a Jacobean antique four-poster bed frame and ivory leather chesterfield sofa bed, as well as every modern convenience a guest could desire including 50” plasma TVs as standard, whirlpool baths, wirelessly controlled monsoon showers, and Sony DAB iPod/iPhone docking stations. Goldsborough Hall isn’t open to the public, so this is a truly exclusive luxury experience.

If you’re headed to the Yorkshire Dales for a week of pure relaxation, you might like to consider the Feversham Arms Hotel at Helmsley, which is attached to the luxurious Verbena Spa. Here, you can choose from a wide variety of spa treatments including Anne Sémonin and Elemis facials, deep tissue muscle massages, treatments for men, an ocean detox or Elemis coconut rub as well as a milk ritual wrap. The hotel itself is beautifully designed in a mixture of contemporary and period style, and boasts a cocktail bar as well as several log-fired lounges.

If it’s luxury you’re looking for, you won’t be disappointed by the hotels in the Yorkshire dales. Here you’ll find royal residences, antique furniture, hot tubs, spa treatments, haute cuisine and cocktail bars, and all of this in one of the most tranquil areas in the whole of the UK. Could there be any better way to unwind and recharge? Perhaps it’s no wonder that the luxury hotels in the Yorkshire Dales are so popular with city-dwellers seeking to escape their hectic daily routine.

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