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Description An activity guide that tells you the best places to visit in the Yorkshire Dales. It features easy-to-use and modern layouts, along with colour photographs. It contains 10 walks, 3 cycle rides and 2 c... more

Travel Books

Description Presents an illustrated collection of thirty short circular routes based on a good local pub in the Yorkshire Dales. This book includes walks at Bowes, Wensley, Dent, Bolton Bridge, Kettlewell and Emb... more

Sport Books

Description OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. Providing complete GB coverage the... more

Description OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities such as walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. The series provides complete GB... more

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Super

Rich in history, Beautiful countryside, Georgian architecture

Difficult and expensive to park

..."Richmond is a town unlike others, a place unique, rich in relics of the past. It is too good to be passed by." Alfred Wainwright. Richmond is a small market town in North Yorkshire, on the edge of the Dales, and if you believe what you read in Lonely Planet guides, then it is one of the great undiscovered towns of England as far as visitors are concerned. This might be a little odd when you...

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Excellent

Absolute Luxury in your mouth

can be a bit pricey

...Bear with my on this but imagine the scene, it makes no difference in seasons, Summer or Winter up in the Yorkshire Dales, the ice cream mines by virtue of their great depth, are always kept at a constant sub freezing temperature. Dalesman are on the surface supervising the whippets on the treadmills, who in turn operate the mechanical buckets that bring the raw Ice cream up from the mines...

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Good accomodation, really good food.

A couple - see the review

...and a ?whisky lounge? with leather seating and a fire place presumably lit in winter. Here you can find a selection of newspapers and books including a beer guide amongst others. A nice terrace outside has a number of tables with a bizarre mix of lobster pots and pot cows and sheep - a nice place to sit outside on a sunny day. Truly surf and turf in the Yorkshire Dales. On returning to the room we noticed it...

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