Middleham

Middleham is a tweedy place, home to Yorkshire’s horse-racing industry, and it couldn’t have picked a more pleasant spot, guarded by its old castle and with three racecourses in reasonable proximity... Read More

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White Swan Hotel

White Swan Hotel

The White Swan, one of Middleham’s most popular and attractive inns, has recently been extended and refurbished. The purchase of the town’s old Post Office has enabled owners Paul and Helen Klein to create a ... More | visit website

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Black Swan Hotel

Black Swan Hotel
The Black Swan Hotel is a charming; 17th Century Inn(Grade II listed) found in the historic town of Middleham; North Yorkshire. With its open log fire; oak beamed bar and friendly service; you can ... More | visit website

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In and Out Cottage (0.07 miles)

In and Out Cottage

Charming 'upside down' accommodation in a stone built 18th Century terraced cottage, next to the market square in the pretty village of Middleham. With outstanding views of the surrounding area, this lovingly restored holiday home ... More

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Blue Lion (The) (1.63 miles)

Blue Lion (The)
From the first moment that you set foot into the Blue Lion, you will be overwhelmed by its charm and character. Combine this with the warmth of our friendly staff and you have all ... More | visit website
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Golden Lion (1.84 miles)

Golden Lion
The Golden Lion Hotel, Leyburn has dominated the Market square of Leyburn for centuries - a local landmark as well as a Luxury Yorkshire Hotel. The “Gateway to Wensleydale” the Hotel makes an enjoyable stopping off ... More | visit website
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Cross Keys Inn (3.12 miles)

Cross Keys Inn
Welcome to the ‘Cross Keys’, Bellerby, a traditional British Inn located in the heart of the 'Dales'

As well as some very nice wines and top selling national beverages, the finest ales brewed just a few ... More | visit website
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The Queen's Head (3.50 miles)

The Queen
A traditional country inn with stunning views of Lower Wensleydale. The Inn is perfectly situated approximately six miles from Bedale, Leyburn and Catterick Garrison, ideal for exploring the Dales, and offers a high ... More
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Wensleydale Heifer (4.25 miles)

Wensleydale Heifer

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Located in the heart of The Yorkshire Dales this traditional inn has been fully refurbished retaining the origional features whilst offering guests every modern comfort. The accommodation ... More
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Elmfields Country House (5.94 miles)

Elmfields Country House

Situated in the heart of Wensleydale, this 4-star family-run guest house provides the perfect base from which to explore the beautiful surroundings of the North Yorkshire Dales. Based in Arrathorne, adjacent to James Herriot Country and ... More | visit website

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Aysgarth Falls Hotel (7.15 miles)

Aysgarth Falls Hotel
The Aysgarth Falls Hotel is situated in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park and set in five acres of grounds that sit above the famous Aysgarth Falls in the heart of Wensleydale. The hotel itself ... More | visit website
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Swinton Park (7.30 miles)

Swinton Park

Set in 200 acres of parkland, lakes and gardens, this splendid castle hotel is a real treasure. Only 8 miles from the A1, and two and a half hours by train from London, Swinton ... More | visit website

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Bank Villa (7.39 miles)

Bank Villa

At the entrance top the market town of Masham this immmaculate 4 Star Guest House is in a perfect location.
Walking distance from the market square, Black Sheep and Theakstonss breweries as well as scenic drives from Ripon, ... More

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