Romantic Retreats in the Yorkshire Dales.04 July 2016
The Yorkshire Dales has much to offer couples searching for the perfect romantic retreat. With rugged scenery and spectacular views, ideal for walking and sightseeing. Enjoy the beautiful and dramatic scenery, featuring waterfalls, heather moor and wild flower meadows. To charming towns and pretty villages offering typical warm Yorkshire hospitality, with pubs and restaurants offering excellent food and drink.
With another great Tour de Yorkshire 2016 which finished 1st May and
another one now open for people to enter for 2017, Yorkshire has seen a huge increase in visitors from around the world. So if you have never considered Yorkshire as a holiday destination, well now is the time to take a look and see what you have been missing.
These two four star, Pet Friendly cottages offer an ideal place to get away from it all and stay in a truly romantic setting.
With access to a luxurious outdoor hot tub, Swaledale House is an ideal base to explore the numerous attractions in the Yorkshire Dales. The famous Tan Hill Inn, Britain’s highest pub is only 7 miles away. With local pubs and restaurants close by Swaledale House a Gold Award Winner, is definitely worth a visit.
A beautiful Grade II listed Georgian model farm, Arbour Hill is an ideal romantic retreat. A relaxing hide-away for two, these cottages offer a blend of comfort, tradition and style, with everything two people could want for a romantic self- catering short break.
Close enough to explore the Dales and to enjoy the local places to eat out. Then at the end of the day return to your cottage to take advantage of the outdoor seating area and enjoy the stunning views of the gardens and landscape beyond.
Shepherd’s Rest – Selby.
Shepherd’s Rest is an ideal cosy retreat for two, created by sympathetic renovation of a small farm building close to the farmhouse. With accessibility rating the cottage is wheelchair friendly.
Convenient for York and Leeds, Lund Farm is an ideal peaceful haven, wiht 200 acres, a sunny patio and afree use of bicycles to use to explore the Yorkshire Dales.