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Holiday Home Yorkshire We are a local holiday cottage agency in Reeth, Swaledale and we love the Yorkshire Dales! Our cottages are in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful scenery and picture postcard villages. Here at Holiday Home Yorkshire, our team pride themselves on their friendly, personal service and extensive knowledge of both the cottages and the local area.

Our aim is to make it easy for you to find and book your perfect cottage holiday, and make unforgettable memories in this stunning place we call home. It's a lovely apartment with all the amenities that we needed in the perfect location for some challenging bike rides. Wonderful cottage, spotlessly clean, spacious, very comfortable, fully kitted kitchen, lovely view from patio, central village position.

A beautiful cottage, with great facilities, in the heart of Swaledale, surrounded by great views. Excellent stay in a cottage that manages to be cozy and spacious at the same time, in the perfect location.

read more › Welcome to Holiday Home Yorkshire, we are a local holiday cottage agency in Reeth, Swaledale and we love the Yorkshire Dales! Our cottages are in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and surrounded by breathtakingly beautiful scenery and picture postcard villages. We aim to offer a friendly, personal service to each of our customers through our extensive knowledge of both the cottages and the local area. Our aim is to make it easy for you to find and book your perfect cottage holiday, and make unforgettable memories in this stunning place we call home.

read more › The idyllic village of Reeth lies where two of our favourite Dales meet - Swaledale and Arkengarthdale -making it an extremely popular place for visitors, who spend hours soaking up the vibes of tranquillity that this small village exurbs. Situated within a barrier of hills you can soon forget the rest of the world. The history of Reeth dates way back to the 18th Century, where it used to be the capital of the lead mining industry and a local centre for hand knitting, with a population of 1,460.

read more › Fremington is a pretty hamlet situated in Swaledale, and is divided into High and Low Fremington. Low Fremington is located along the stretch of road between Reeth and Grinton. It is difficult to tell where village ends and the next begin due to the close proximity of the three villages. High Fremington is a selection of cottages that lead to the renowned Fremington Edge which attracts hundreds of visitors every year. Dales Bike Centre is located in Fremington and is one of the best bike Centre's in the Yorkshire Dales.

read more › Low Row is a peaceful village in Swaledale which stretches along the main road 3 miles from Reeth between Healaugh and Gunnerside. The Coast to Coast walk passes very close by the village but for those that are not so keen on such a challenge, there are many less strenuous walks in the area. For example, there is a beautiful walk that takes you nearly all the way to Grinton on the banks of the River Swale at the foot of the valley. Whilst you stroll along the river bank you can take in the stunning views of the rolling hills either side of you, which is stunning on a summers day!

read more › Keld is a remote hamlet, home to a small rural community situated in Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park near to the County Durham border and is either the first or last village in the Yorkshire Dales depending on your direction of travel. The name Keld derives from the Viking word Kelda meaning a spring - a laughable representation of the River Swale as it rushes over four beautiful waterfalls, Kisdon Force, East Gill Force, Catrake Force and Wain Wath Force. All of which are a short walk from Keld in any direction close to the limestone gorge on the River Swale.

read more › Thwaite is a pretty, unspoilt village in heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Located in the district of Richmondshire and the civil parish of Muker over looked by Kisden Hill. It is a quaint location with easy access to larger towns, such as Hawes, Leyburn and Richmond. The unusual name "Thwaite" comes from the Old Scandinavian word thveit, meaning 'clearing, meadow or paddock', which gives you a great insight into this small but beautiful place. The village of Thwaite was the home and birthplace of the brothers Richard and Cherry Kearton, who were pioneers in wildlife photography, no doubt inspired by the beautiful surroundings in which they grew up.

read more › Tan Hill is the highest point on the famous Pennine Way walk. It is most notably known for the Tan Hill Inn which is the highest Inn in the UK at 1732 feet above sea level. It is located a short distance from Muker and Keld on the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. You may have heard of the Tan Hill Inn when guests celebrating New Year in 2009 became stranded at this remote inn for a couple of days unable to leave due to 7 feet snow drifts. The Inn hit the BBC news with the tails of camaraderie and new friendships that were formed.

read more › Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with the River Swale flowing through, is the beautiful and historic market town of Richmond. It is said to be one of the most romantic towns in the North East and in 2009 was named the UK's town of the year. Richmond was founded by the Normans in 1071, and is overflowing with history, mostly centred around one of the finest tourist attractions in North Yorkshire - Richmond Castle. The castle, finished in 1086, is one of the greatest Norman fortresses in the UK and well worth a visit, not only to hear the history of the unruly North but to see the stunning views of the Dales from the castle keep and the tranquil Cockpit garden.

read more › The tranquil village of Aysgarth is situated in Lower Wensleydale on the River Ure. Aysgarth is best known for the series of three broad limestone steps known as Aysgarth Falls which runs through the heart of the village. Although it is not the highest waterfall you will see, it has attracted visitors for over 200 years, and remains one of Wensleydale's most famous attractions. The River Ure flows along the valley from Upper Wensleydale through to Lower Wensleydale. In the dramatic 30 metre decent through Mid Wensleydale the river has carved the triple flight of waterfalls.

read more › The small hamlet of Askrigg, Wensleydale, is one of the most famous tourist destinations in the dales, due to the well-known BBC TV series, All Creatures Great and Small. The filming of the television series All Creatures Great and Small begun in 1977, based on the books written by the Yorkshire vet Alf Wight under the guise of James Herriot. The series was shot mainly between the village of Askrigg (Darrowby) and Bolton Castle. Today you can still have a pint in the Kings Arms, known during filming as Drover's Arms and visit the interior of Skeldale House Surgery, at the Richmond Museum.

read more › The sleepy village of Bainbridge is situated near to the shortest river in England, the River Bain and the River Ure in the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park. Bainbridge is a short walk from Brough Hill, home to the remains of an authentic Roman fort, Verosidum, for which the foundation date is unknown. The name Verosidum is Latin for 'the settlement of true men'. The Romans kindly left a road here as well as the fort which is now an established green route which is enjoyed by mountain bikers and walkers alike.

read more › Hawes is a busy market town which lies in the heart of the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park in the shadow of Great Shunner Fell. Picturesque Hawes has the River Ure running though the centre of the town with a gorgeous bridge providing the perfect elevation to watch the flowing river in all its glory. Hawes lies in the heart of Wensleydale and is surrounded by spectacular scenery. The beauty of Hawes has an overwhelming appeal that attracts hundreds of visitors year after year. The pretty village offers a host of bustling tea rooms, busy pubs and antique shops and charming restaurants.

read more › West Burton is in our opinion, and also that of many others, one of the most beautiful and picturesque villages in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and possibly England. West Burton is a gem in the Yorkshire Dales and is accessed via a one way loop road that leads into the village, so traffic is limited. The village itself surrounds an idyllic large village green with a shop, a pub and a fantastic butcher. There is no doubt that you'll be hit by the overwhelming feeling of community spirit almost instantly as you wonder through the village.

read more › Leyburn is situated in mid-Wensleydale, on the northerly banks of the River Ure. This busy market town in the Yorkshire Dales National Park is minutes from breath taking views of the Wensleydale from the Shawl which is only 2 minutes walk from the town centre. Leyburn is a medium size town with a population around 2,000. However, Leyburn is popular due to its location in the Yorkshire Dales, its popularity results in a significant increase of people during peak seasons as tourists ascend. Hence why there are a number of pubs and bars around the cobbled town square, offering the perfect entertainment for tourists and locals alike.

read more › Horton-in-Ribblesdale is situated in the Yorkshire National Park close to the River Ribble. It has a population little over 500, but has been known to double over a weekend when tourists descend to the area for the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks that start and finish in the village. It is also a well know resting point for those walking the Peninne Way or other routes such as the Ribble Way and Dales highway. The famous Yorkshire Three Peaks is 26 mile circular walk/challenge, that like the name suggests takes you up three of the local peaks that are part of the Pennine range near to the River Ribble; Pen-y-gent (691 metres), Whernside (728 metres) and Ingleborough (723 metres).

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