Yorkshire Dales Cottages, B&Bs and Hotels

Come and experience the spectacularly diverse landscape, delicious locally produced food and drink, idyllic towns and villages and of course the warmest of welcomes when you visit the Yorkshire Dales.

Places to Stay

Whether you are looking for a secluded retreat in which to escape the chaotic pace of everyday life or a vibrant town with a unique character, a gentle walking holiday amidst picturesque scenery or somewhere where you can try more physically challenging activities, the Dales has it all. And when it comes to accommodation you are spoilt for choice.
There are Yorkshire Dales holiday cottages of all shapes and sizes, many with gardens or patios for enjoying in the summer months and real log fires to keep you warm in the winter. Hotels, guest houses and B&Bs in the Dales are abundant, and most offer mouth-watering breakfasts which are cooked using local produce. Camping and caravanning in the Dales are popular choices – what better way is there to enjoy the beautiful surrounding countryside? There are plenty of holiday parks which offer pitches for tents and touring caravans, and some have static caravans and log cabins which are available for hire.

Explore the Dales

It’s clear why much of the Yorkshire Dales is designated a National Park when you consider the diversity of the landscape. There are wild moors, dry stone walls, bustling market towns, picturesque villages, patchwork fields, rivers, valleys, becks, waterfalls, hills and caves. But its incredible scenery is not the only reason for paying the area a visit. There’s tonnes to do for all ages, with visitor attractions galore peppered throughout the Dales.
From dramatic castles, museums and abbeys, and grand historic houses and gardens, to visitor centres where you can watch craftspeople at work and farms where children can feed the animals.