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Yorkshire Dales Bed and Breakfast accommodation at amazing prices

Compare and choose from our collection of Yorkshire Dales B&Bs and boutique hotels. Options range from small independent hotels in the Yorkshire Dales to family-run guest houses, where you will be looked after by the owner. In all cases, you will have a comfy bed, breakfast will be prepared for you, and you will be given help and advice on travel and local visitor attractions. This is an affordable and often more characterful alternative to staying in a larger hotel in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

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Yorkshire Dales Visitor information

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An Introduction to The Yorkshire Dales

At the heart of the Yorkshire Dales are three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Forest of Bowland and scenic Nidderdale. The Yorkshire Dales have been a National Park since 1954 and attract over 9 million visitors a year. The area has stunning scenery with hills to explore, uplands to roam and many caves to venture into.

Things to do in The Yorkshire Dales

White Scar Cave is the longest show cave in Britain. The area contains many scenic view such as Aysgarth Falls and the Ingleton Waterfalls trail. The area is also famous of it's Wensleydale cheese, which can be seen in production at the local Wensleydale cheese creamery. Overlooking the area are Bolton Castle and Richmond Castle.

Getting to The Yorkshire Dales

By Coach and Bus

Bus and coach links to the Dales are good with nearby towns such as Lancaster, Skipton, Leeds, Harrogate, York, Ripon, Northallerton and Darlington all being well served by National Express or Megabus coaches, and a range of local bus services. There are many bus services within the National Park which run throughout the year, providing links between the main towns and villages and the surrounding area.

By Rail

The two National Rail services covering the Yorkshire Dales area are the Leeds-Morecambe line and the Leeds-Settle-Carlisle line. Other local stations not on these lines include Darlington, Northallerton, Ilkley and Oxenholme.

By Air

The three nearest international airports are Leeds Bradford, Manchester Airport and Newcastle Airport.

By Car

The Yorkshire Dales are very accessible by road - the area is bordered by major trunk roads with the M6 skirting the west, the A66 to the north, the A1 to the east and the A65, A59, A629, M62 and M65 to the south.

History 

Yorkshire Dales History

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The Yorkshire Dales are steeped in history and throughout the ages many civilisations came to the region in an attempt to conquer. This included the Danes, the Norseman, the Angles as well as the Romans.

Norman times saw the rise of monastic power with bases at Bolton Priory and Fountains Abbey controlling up to three-quarters of the National Park area at one time. Medieval and Tudor times saw the building of major castles such as Castle Bolton, as well as hunting lodges such as Barden Tower.

The Industrial Revolution had its impact on the Dales as elsewhere in Britain with an increase in mining the resources of the area, primarily lead and coal. The Victorian age brought the Settle to Carlisle railway, which was forced through the area using huge amounts of labour to build spectacular viaducts and tunnels.

Farmers today still graze their sheep in the many green valleys where the grass is lush and inviting. High up on the fells the hardy Swaledale sheep are farmed, and cheese is still manufactured in the region; monks who lived in the abbeys were the first to make cheese in Wensleydale. 

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Universities in Yorkshire Dales

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