Named after the moor it looks onto, Harkerside Fell is home to a pre-historic iron age fort which can be reached on foot from the hotel.
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Named after the village of Marrick which lies just east of Reeth off the ‘old’ Richmond road, high up, with wonderful vistas across Lower Swaledale.
Ivelet is a tiny hamlet in Swaledale with an ancient picturesque packhorse bridge spanning the River Swale just below the traditional stone cottages.
Named after the pretty village in Wensleydale close to Castle Bolton and on the road to Aysgarth Falls and Hawes
Gunnerside is in the heart of Swaledale, with huddles of cottages around a small village green, it is the base for many glorious walks including Gunnerside Ghyll, Jingle Pot Edge and the moors beyond.
Fremington is named after the beautiful natural limestone scar it looks towards.
Eskeleth is a hamlet in Arkengarthdale and lies close to the fabulously scenic road between Teesdale and the Yorkshire Dales – watch out for Black Grouse.
Thwaite lies one mile west of Muker amid some of the most spectacular scenery in Swaledale, including the ‘Swale Gorge’ and the famous wild flower meadows.
Keld the most westerly village in Swaledale and close to the Pennine Way, with clusters of hidden waterfalls amongst the limestone landscape.
Grinton is a village that lies one mile east of Reeth, Grinton Moor above is host to wildlife, old lead mining works, streams, heather, and superb sweeping views of Reeth and Swaledale.