On 23rd March 2020, the government issued the instruction that we must all stay at home. If you were due to come away to the dales before 4 July 2020 please contact us to transfer your dates, by email firstname.lastname@example.org or via our online form, use the button links to the right, please include your booking reference and holiday dates if possible. You are welcome to transfer your holiday to a suitable date this year or up to the same dates next year.
We are a small business of just 2 people, Nadine and Joanne, and we are working hard to assist you, by contacting us by email we are able to prioritise our enquiries by date of travel. We thank you for your patience, we are receiving a high volume of enquiries, please be assured that you are all important to us and we will endeavor to reply as soon as we can.
Nadine and Joanne
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Carved from the rugged Pennine hills by ancient glaciers, gently eroded by rushing streams and then softened by meandering rivers, the Yorkshire Dales form one of the most varied and spectacular landscapes in Britain. Scenery so breathtaking and unspoilt that some 680 square miles have been protected as a National Park since 1954 - the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The Yorkshire Dales has over 1200 miles of footpaths criss-crossing the valley floors and moors for you to enjoy first hand. Sparkling waterfalls abound more than anywhere else in Britain. The Pennine Way passes through Hawes, and England's highest waterfall Hardrow Force is close by. Be mesmerised by the falls at Aysgarth in mid Wensleydale. If you're into searching out red squirrels experienced walkers now have the chance to enjoy a 10-mile there-and-back hike to a squirrel view point set up in woodland in Snaizeholme, near Hawes. Why not try out your map reading skills on an orienteering course or try some GPS fun with geocaching.