Yorkshire Dales, Charlcot, nr. Masham

Welcome to the Rowan Lodge in Charlcot, nr. Masham: the perfect way to explore Yorkshire Dales. On this page you can view details, photos, reviews, local area maps and more about Rowan Lodge as well as check availability and pricing. The Rowan Lodge is located in Yorkshire Dales and is part of the Charlcot Lodges group of holiday cottages.

Enjoying a truly peaceful rural setting on the edge of the North Yorkshire National Park, these comfortably furnished lodges share a small, private woodland site, close to the River Ure in Wensleydale, with only one similar property. Within 3 miles lies the small market town of Masham with a quaint cobbled square, which plays host to weekly markets, speciality markets and Annual Sheep Fair every September. Masham boasts a good choice of inns, excellent restaurants, traditional shops and famous breweries. There is wonderful walking directly from the site into the beautiful Wendsleydale scenery with its medieval abbeys, castles and waterfalls. Lightwater Valley Theme Park, Forbidden Corner (a garden of surprises), Leyburn and Fountains Abbey, and Ripon, with its dominating cathedral are all within 10 miles. The elegant Spa town of Harrogate is 20 miles and the historic city of York is 35 miles. Golf, cycle hire, riding, fishing, sailing – 3 miles. Shops 3 miles, pub 1.5 miles.

Cottage Description: Maximum occupancy is 5. One step to entrance. All on ground floor. Living/dining area with sofa bed/kitchen with beams. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 bunk. Bathroom with shower over bath and toilet.

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Rowan Lodge

&quote;Lovely, spacious accommodation. Great atmosphere with an excellent location for exploring the Yorkshire Dales. Charlcot is a lovely area for dog walking and Masham is a picturesque Market town and we would highly recommend a stay at Charlcot Lodges. We look forward to staying again in the very near future.&quote;

5 stars rated 5 out of 50 by in Doncaster on February 4th, 2012

The Rowan Lodge benefits from the following features: Elec, elec convector heaters and bed linen inc. H/chair. M/wave. Verandah and furniture. Shared 1-acre grounds. Parking. No smoking. Easy walking access.Cot. Freeview TV.

Whether you spending time indoors at Rowan Lodge or exploring the local area, you will never be short of things to do!

Swainby, Cleveland Hills & Castle Walk, Swainby - 5.6 Miles away*

A moderately hard walk, with steep climbing and descent. Journey from Swainby onto the Cleveland Hills. Once you've admired the view, the track descends into woodland, through Faceby and concludes at Whorlton Castle. The castle is definitely worth investigating as it is home to the remains of a Motte and Bailey.

Helmsley & Rievaulx Abbey Walk, Helmsley - 24.9 Miles away*

A picturesque circular countryside walk, passing Helmsley Castle and then heading towards Blackdale Howl wood before making its way up to Rievaulx bridge and Abbey and then back into Helmsley. The route is a little over 6 miles on easy terrain.

Cleveland Way National Trail, North Yorkshire Moors - 24.9 Miles away*

The Cleveland Way covers 109 miles of fantastic landscapes and scenery. Opened in 1969, it was the second national trail in England and Wales.

Roseberry Topping Walk, Great Ayton - 26.7 Miles away*

A circular walk on Roseberry Topping and across to Captain Cook's monument. The walk should take about 3 hours and is classed as moderate in difficulty.

The Cycling Centre, Settle - 27.9 Miles away*

Whether it be a ride out with the family, a ride at your own pace or you want to ride through the rough stuff, call into the cycle centre for all you will need.

Ingleborough Cave , Clapham - 29.6 Miles away*

Only revealed to the world in 1837, this series of tunnels and passages are a wonder to all who visit them. A guide will take you around the fascinating formations and explain them throughout. Discoveries are still being made and in 2001, the remains of woolly rhinoceros were uncovered at the end of the footpath!.

Amontola Indian Restauarant, Richmond - 10.2 Miles away*

Here you'll enjoy a friendly atmosphere, good food and excellent service where attention to detail are the watchwords. Check out the early bird menu featuring a 3 Course Meal for only £8.95!

Black Lion Bar and Bistro, Thirsk - 13.7 Miles away*

Recently refurbished, this charming bistro is a great place to relax with friends and family. Enjoy a tasty meal and a refreshing beverage in the beautiful town of Thirsk. Quickly gaining a reputation as one of the best pubs around, it is also undoubtedly one of the prettiest too.

Aspire , Thirsk - 13.7 Miles away*

An extremely stylish place to dine or to have a relaxing drink. A little different from some of the more traditional Yorkshire pubs in Thirsk, Aspire offers a more modern, trendy approach to their dining experience. Cream leather, marble tiles, a relaxing atmosphere and friendly staff make this place well worth a visit.

The Bay Horse Inn, Richmond - 14.7 Miles away*

This traditional village pub serves good home cooked food and is especially renowned for its Sunday lunches.

Mainsgill Farm Shop and Tea rooms, Richmond - 15 Miles away*

These tearooms are popular for their seasonal farm-fresh menu of light lunches, homemade cakes and refreshments. Its farm shop also stocks locally produced fruit and vegetables, cheeses and award-winning home reared and prepared meats.

Bagby Inn, Thirsk - 16.1 Miles away*

A friendly pub near Thirsk which always offers a warm welcome. Locally sourced food and some great traditional pub grub are on offer, along with a tasty menu for children and some hearty Sunday lunches. Keep an eye out for regular quiz and bingo nights.

The Bridge Inn, Stapleton - 17.1 Miles away*

This friendly family run pub offers three distinct experiences in each of its cocktail bar, lounge and restaurant. The restaurant's proud claim is to serve a 'world of food' in an eclectic menu ranging from oriental dishes to meat platters.

The Carlton Bore, Husthwaite - 17.2 Miles away*

A charming gastropub which uses fresh local produce. Frequented by locals and tourists alike, this award winning pub has a reputation for a great value for money menu and delicious food. Pay a visit for a tasty meal or a leisurely drink with friends.

The Brownlow Arms, Richmond - 17.6 Miles away*

In a beautiful village setting, The Brownlow Arms features log fires and a welcoming atmosphere. It is well known locally as a great place to enjoy good food, and serves an extensive selection of meat, poultry and fish dishes.

The Balmoral, York - 19.9 Miles away*

A charming pub in the lovely village of Husthwaite serving great, traditional pub food. Locally sourced ingredients and tasty seasonal dishes make the menu a treat for all. Curl up next to a roaring fire and enjoy a pint of traditional real ale. Alternatively if you’re visiting in the summer, the lovely conservatory is a great spot for lunch or dinner.

The Devonshire Arms, Cracoe - 21.3 Miles away*

Cosy and full of character, The Devonshire Arms provides a warm and welcoming place for a relaxing drink in the bar & snug - with low beamed ceilings and a wood burning stove. Continuing the relaxed atmosphere is the restaurant which is open for lunchtime and evening meals, serving local produce at a very high standard.

Riverside Restaurant, Barnard Castle - 21.9 Miles away*

This intimate and cosy restaurant is the proud holder of the '2009 North East Small Restaurant of the Year Award'. With all dishes freshly cooked using the best fresh produce of the season, sourced locally, its menu offers a choice prepared to the very best quality.

Redwell Inn, Bernard Castle - 22.4 Miles away*

Enjoy excellent food complemented by an extensive wine list and first-class service in the exceptionally comfortable and relaxing ambiance of the Red Well Inn.

The Angel, Hetton, Nr Skipton - 22.5 Miles away*

Sit back, relax and soak up the atmosphere of this inn - with oak beams, nooks and crannies, and a crackling log fire to sit beside. Choose between the bar brasserie for relaxed dining, or book into the restuarant - both serving the freshest and finest seasonal produce from all over the region, presented superbly.

The Box Tree, Ilkley - 23.4 Miles away*

Just a short drive to the south of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, in the small town of Ilkley, the Box Tree restaurant is set in an old 18th century building but serves up fresh, modern, British dishes.

Durham Ox , York - 23.5 Miles away*

Pay a visit to this charming three-hundred year old pub. Offering tasty local ingredients and a warm welcome, the Durham Ox is well worth a visit for a drink or some traditional pub grub. With numerous awards to its name, including ‘Yorkshire Pub of the Year 2009’, as judged by The Good Pub Guide, it is popular with locals and tourists alike. (A La Carte menu not available for Sunday lunch)

Chapters Restaurant , Stokesley - 24.3 Miles away*

Chapters restaurant can be found in Stokesley, just outside the North York Moors. It offers a good selection of classic dishes, given a contemporary twist, and served in Mediterranean themed surroundings.

Jaflong Tandoori Restaurant, Wetherby - 25.9 Miles away*

For fabulous quality and authentic cuisine the Jaflong is hard to beat. The food is fresh and made from the finest ingredients and the menu is varied serving some interesting dishes not normally seen at your standard Indian restaurant.

Ravenous, Settle - 27.6 Miles away*

This restuarant offers an excellent range of food including steak, fish, chicken, vegetarian dishes and delicious puds! It is a small friendly restuarant with fine views of Settle market square from the window seats.

Thirteen Cafe Bar, Settle - 27.7 Miles away*

Visit Thirteen Cafe bar and watch the world go by whilst relaxing and sampling one of the many drinks on offer.... from freshly ground coffee to speciality teas, Czech budvar beer or wine. There is even free internet access.

The White Swan Pub, Wighill Village - 28.9 Miles away*

This charming white washed pub is at the heart of local life serving up a wonderful selection of Yorkshire's finest produce, with a diverse menu for every occasion. It includes a variety of regularly changing specials alongside rustic Yorkshire fayre, with White Swan twists on popular classics - plus tapas and light lunches.

Kilburn Woods, North Yorkshire - 13.6 Miles away*

Kilburn Woods lie between Sutton Bank and Roulston Scar and are the home of the famous ‘White Horse’. Carved into the limestone in 1857, it has been a dominant local landmark ever since. Keep your eyes peeled for roe deer, buzzards, red kites, lesser-spotted woodpeckers and butterflies.

Parcevall Hall Gardens, Skipton - 17.5 Miles away*

Enjoy a relaxing day out amongst beautiful trees and shrubs all the way from the Himalayas and Western China. These gardens are superbly represented by various walks, orchards and woodland trails. Once you have smelt the wonderful aromas of flowers and walked on the formal terraces, relax in the tearoom with a delicious cake (or 2!).

Valley Gardens, Harrogate - 19.3 Miles away*

The stunning Valley Gardens in Harrogate have been listed as Grade II by English Heritage. Spanning over 17 acres, they feature impressive mineral springs and superb historical buildings. Children enjoy the great playground and paddling pool, whilst the adults can sit back, relax and enjoy an ice cream or a cup of tea from the little cafe.

RHS Garden Harlow Carr, Harrogate - 19.7 Miles away*

Of particular interest in this 58 acre garden is the gardens through time section which commemorates the society's bicentennial. Spend some time exploring the garden and then visit the wonderful Betty's cafe tea room.

Duncombe Park, York - 24.4 Miles away*

Just a stone's throw from the North Yorkshire Moors, Duncombe Park is possibly the most amazing of historic houses and estates. Something for everyone to enjoy, including the marvellous landscaped gardens.

Helmsley Walled Garden , Helmsley - 24.7 Miles away*

Encompassing 5 acres, this charming walled garden is located at the heart of North Yorkshire. Originating in 1758 near the magnificent Helmsley Castle, the garden is undergoing a massive restoration project. Spend the day at this beautiful place and marvel at the work put in to make it a fully working kitchen garden once again.

Beningbrough Hall & Gardens, York - 25.2 Miles away*

This 18th century mansion is known as York's 'country house and garden'. Boasting an impressive Baroque interior, it is surrounded by magnificent walled gardens with interesting wooden sculptures.

Sutton Park Gardens , York - 26.5 Miles away*

These lovely gardens were awarded the Silver Gilt award during 2008's Yorkshire in Bloom festivities. With many other awards under their belt, you can see why this beautiful setting has proved so popular in the past. See rows upon rows of herbaceous borders featuring stunning roses. There are also a great many rare plants, many pretty woodland walks to explore and a Georgian Icehouse.

St Leonards Farm Park , Bradford - 27.7 Miles away*

The farm park has lots of different animals, some of which you can feed. Have fun on the play areas, especially the popular straw playbar, with its tunnels and swing ropes.

Thornton Hall Country Park, Nr Skipton - 29.6 Miles away*

Thornton Park is the place for animal encounters, beautiful countryside and family fun. Interact with the animals from greeting the latest arrivals to taking part in a range of seasonal hands on activities.

Thorp Perrow Arboretum, Bedale - 3.2 Miles away*

This fascinating combination of woodland garden, bird of prey and mammal centre is home to some of the largest and rarest trees and shrubs in England. There are tree trails, a nature trail and a children's trail, a large lake, picnic area and a children's play area. Visitors can take part in the raptor flying demonstrations and enjoy the new mammal enclosures, including 'Meerkat Island' and 'Walk Through Wallaby Wood'.

Wensleydale Railway, Northallerton - 5.6 Miles away*

The Wensleydale Railway runs steam trains between Leeming Bar and Redmire via Bedale and Leyburn. The 17 mile trip takes approximately 50 minutes.

Lightwater Valley Theme Park, Ripon - 7 Miles away*

Lightwater Valley Theme Park is renowned for its friendly atmosphere and thrilling line up of amazing rides, including Europe's longest rollercoaster, the stomach churning 'Eagles Claw'.

The Forbidden Corner, Coverham - 7.2 Miles away*

The Forbidden Corner is one of England's most recent follies. Comprising a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies, paths and passages that lead nowhere, it's great fun to explore.

Monk Park Farm, Bagby - 16 Miles away*

Monk Park Farm offers a great day out for children. Facilities include an adventure playground and play area, a farm, pedal car arena, nature trail, lake, tea room and gift shop.

Thorpe Farm Country Park, Greta Bridge - 18.6 Miles away*

There's plenty to see and do for all the family at Thorpe Farm including a falconry centre, indoor animal barn, pedal go karts, maize maze (July-Sept) and trampolines. The farm also boasts a restaurant, delicatessen and gift shop .

Hesketh Farm Park, Skipton - 21.5 Miles away*

Animal lovers look here! Witness sheep in the spring giving birth to cuddly lambs, feed the calves and collect eggs. Children will love the tractor tour and outdoor playground. Have a go on a go-kart then chill with a picnic around the picturesque pond.

Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre and Hawk Experience, Settle - 29 Miles away*

If you want to partake in seeing some of the most beautiful Birds of Prey in action this is the place to be. Watch the fabulous flying demonstrations involving eagles and vultures, treat yourself to hot or cold snacks in the tearoom and take your children to explore the adventure playground.

Middleham Castle, Leyburn - 5.5 Miles away*

Middleham castle was once home to some of the most powerful lords of the 15th century, including Salisbury, Warwick and Richard, Duke of Gloucester, later King Richard III. After the castle fell into disrepair much of the stone was taken from its walls and used by locals to build many of the houses in this small Dales town, above which its ruins still tower.

Kiplin Hall, Scorton - 8.7 Miles away*

Kiplin Hall was built in the early 1620s as a hunting lodge for King James I. Now furnished as a welcoming Victorian family home, it contains paintings and furniture collected by the Calverts, Crowes, Carpenters and Talbots - the four families who once lived here. (Ground floor accessible to wheelchair users)

Sion Hill Hall, Thirsk - 9.8 Miles away*

A superb 20th century hall designed by Walter H. Brierley ‘the Lutyens of the North’. Displaying some wonderful collections, including various paintings, porcelain, clocks and antique furniture, this beautiful home is a showcase for some fascinating pieces. The current residence of Michael Mallaby, the house, set in charming countryside continues to enchant all those who visit.

Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden, Ripon - 10.6 Miles away*

Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden must be one of the most stunning places in Europe – a World Heritage Site, comprising the spectacular ruin of a 12th century Cistercian abbey and monastic watermill.

Bolton Castle, Leyburn - 11.7 Miles away*

A courtyard castle with rectangular towers, this spectacular medieval fortress is still in grand condition and situated in the heart of Wensleydale, inside the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Thirsk Museum, Thirsk - 13.6 Miles away*

Spend some time at the superb Thirsk Museum, the birthplace of the founder of Lord’s Cricket Ground; Thomas Lord, Busby Stoop Chair and a whole host of local history exhibitions on display. The museum’s main objective when it was established in 1975 was the preservation of everyday items that were rapidly becoming forgotten. The subsequent collections protect something of the local heritage and educate future generations as to their uses. (Wheelchair access to the ground floor)

The World of James Herriot, Thirsk - 13.6 Miles away*

A fitting tribute to the remarkable man that was James Herriot. The vet and author has his story told at this great attraction, based in his original surgery; the 'Skeldale House'.

Newby Hall and Gardens, Ripon - 13.8 Miles away*

A superb hall built in the late 17th century. Designed by Robert Adam and supervised by Sir Christopher Wren, it is no surprise that this spectacular house is one of the most impressive of its kind. The fine gardens are also well worth a visit providing an elegant and delightful place to explore.

Ripley Castle, Harrogate - 15.9 Miles away*

Built in 1345 and home to the Ingilby family for 700 years, Ripley Castle is steeped in history and features a great collection of armour as well as beautiful gardens, a deer park and tropical plant collection to explore. (Limited wheelchair access)

Aldborough Roman Town, Harrogate - 16.2 Miles away*

Delve into the intriguing world of Roman Britain. The town once occupying some 55 acres evidently began life as a fort with a small civilian settlement at its perimeter. Over time it became a town laid out in the traditional grid system of the era. Now managed by English Heritage, this captivating archaeological site has an excellent museum featuring a superb collection of artifacts discovered in the excavations.

Mother Shipton's Cave, Knaresborough - 19.3 Miles away*

Mother Shipton's Cave is an active destination for children. An entertaining and informal attraction with life size figures dotted around ready to give the kids a fright. Don't forget to make a wish in the petrifying well.

Byland Abbey, North Yorkshire - 21.3 Miles away*

A stunning Cistercian abbey in an impressive condition, showcasing a whole array of architectural styles. The excellent museum also presents numerous archaeological finds from the site which offer interesting insights into the lives of the 200 monks and lay brothers who once called the abbey home.

The Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle - 21.6 Miles away*

A fascinating museum for all the family to enjoy, the Bowes Museum houses the greatest collection of European fine and decorative arts in the North of England.

Skipton Castle, Skipton - 24.6 Miles away*

Skipton Castle is beautifully preserved and has stood for over 900 years! Explore every inch of this glorous building taking in the banqueting hall, kitchen, bedchamber and even the privy! Once you are full to the brim with history, relax in the new tea room or enjoy the picnic area.

Harewood House & Gardens, Leeds - 25.9 Miles away*

Harewood House is home to the Queen's cousin, the Earl of Harewood. With superb art and fantastic landscaped grounds, the house and gardens provide a great day out for all the family. An absolute must see!

Sutton Park, York - 26.5 Miles away*

An 18th century stately home, built by Philip Harland and the current residence of Sir Reginald and Lady Sheffield. The fascinating history of the Sheffields and their ties to Buckingham Palace have resulted in many impressive pieces which have been collected by the family over many generations. Take some time to admire them at Sutton Park.

Binchester Roman Fort, Bincheser - 28.7 Miles away*

Once the largest of the British Roman forts, Binchester has been partly excavated,but much remains undiscovered. Stare in wonder at the ancient Roman bath house and its incredible 1700 year old underfloor heating system!

Ripon Loop, Ripon - 9.6 Miles away*

Take a relaxing stroll around this beautiful part of the country and enjoy some of the various wildlife habitats tucked away. The lovely adjacent woodland area boasts field maples, hazels and ashes and down by the river bank, natural ponds and marshlands are home to marsh cinquefoils and narrow buckler ferns. Visitors can also discover the thistle broomrape, a flower native only to Yorkshire.

Bolton on Swale Lake, Richmond - 9.7 Miles away*

A stunning lake, in a beautiful part of North Yorkshire. Keep an eye out for shovelers, merlins, oystercatchers, curlew sandpipers and yellow wagtails, to name a few. A whole host of various species of wildlife have made their home in and around the peaceful area that is Swale Lake.

Birds of Prey Centre, Thirsk - 9.8 Miles away*

A fascinating centre to visit, showcasing 30 different species of birds. Enjoy ‘The Ultimate Hands on Experience’ where visitors get the opportunity to hold some of the birds of prey, watch them fly and dive all around you and learn all about these spellbinding creatures.

Bishop Monkton Railway Cutting, Harrogate - 13.2 Miles away*

A wonderful reserve located on the Magnesian Limestone belt. Admire over 170 different plant species including milkwort, marjoram and bird’s-foot trefoil. Nineteen species of butterfly have also been recorded including ringlet and comma. The area is also a haven for wildlife, with many types of birds using it for roosting.

Kilnsey Park, Skipton - 18.2 Miles away*

For a chance to witness wildlife roaming freely within a park...this is the place to be. Set off on the Kilnsey Trail packed with activities for your children to enjoy, visit the farm shop for your fresh produce and settle down in the Kilnsey restaurant and coffee shop known for its superb home cooking.

Staveley Reserve, Knaresborough - 19.8 Miles away*

A beautiful nature reserve, with over 205 recorded species of bird. Reed and sedge warblers both commonly breed in the area and can regularly be seen around. Harvest mice and water shrews are some of the mammals that are usually spotted and the site is also very well noted for its abundance of dragonflies.

Upper Dunsforth Carr, York - 21 Miles away*

A 12 hectare reserve which is home to a variety of wildlife habitats. Upper Dunsforth Carr is a wonderful place to have a walk, eat a picnic and do a little bird watching. There are also many different, rare marshland bugs and other insect life known to the area which are fascinating to observe.

Hamsterley Forest, Hamsterley - 29.2 Miles away*

With plenty of waymarked cycle and walking trails, this is the perfect start point from which to explore the beautiful nearby North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It also features a visitor's centre, tearooms and an adventure play area.

Aerial Extreme, Bedale - 6.4 Miles away*

Aerial extreme combines the buzz of a theme park ride with outdoor adventure. You can trek high above the floor either through trees or on one of the urban pole courses.

Ellerton Park, Scorton - 8.3 Miles away*

A great place for course fishing and a well know local carp haven. Some fish caught here have weighed in at 30lbs! There is also Perch, Pike, Bream and Roach to be found in plentiful supply in the lake.

Richmond Swimming Pool, Richmondshire - 10 Miles away*

This community swimming pool offers a range of facilities including a jacuzzi, steam room and sauna - as well as general fun sessions for all the family.

Richmond Golf Club, Richmond - 10.7 Miles away*

This fabulous 18 hole golf course is ideally situated on the outskirts of the picturesque town of Richmond. Its clubhouse offers a bar and restaurant.

Darlington Dolphin Centre, Darlington - 18.8 Miles away*

This community swimming pool offers a range of facilities including a 25m swimming pool, 3 diving boards and two water slides. You can also play squash or hit the gym.

Long Ashes Health and Beauty Club, Nr. Skipton - 19.1 Miles away*

Swim in the unique 'L' shaped pool, take some cardio in the gym, chill out in the warm relaxing spa and/or enjoy a light meal in the fabulous lounge café. This club has everything for everyone?from fitness fanatics to people wanting a little pampering

Teesdale Leisure Centre, Barnard Castle - 22.2 Miles away*

This community leisure centre offers a range of facilities including a 25m swimming pool, toddler pool, skate park, squash courts, adventure play area and fitness suite.

Barnard Castle Golf Club, County Durham - 22.6 Miles away*

Just one mile north of Barnard Castle town centre, this is an excellent 18 hole golf course. Play a round on this beautiful course and soak up the lovely, local scenery.

Redwood Park Fishing, York - 23.5 Miles away*

Located 12 miles outside the city in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside. Three fishing lakes, a wildlife trail and a visitor centre available.

Otley Golf Club, Otley - 25 Miles away*

With the wooded chevin creating an impressive backdrop, this is one of the most pleasant parkland golf courses in Yorkshire with some of the finest views in the country.

Settle Swimming Pool, Settle - 27.7 Miles away*

Have a relaxing dip in this pool which also offers fun inflatable sessions great to keep the children entertained. Close to a large shopping area and new Ribblehead walk and cycle path this is a fabulous venue for a leisurable day out.

Settle Golf Club, Settle - 27.9 Miles away*

Men, women and children who love to take to the green will adore this beautiful golf course. Located below the Craven Fault Crag and besides natural terrain this 9 hole course can be thoroughly enjoyed by all.

Sun-Soar Paragliding, Penrith - 28.5 Miles away*

Premier paragliding school in the UK offering BHPA courses in the Lakes and Yorkshire Dales. See the stunning scenery from the air as qualified instructors guide you in a taster course of this exhilarating sport.

Dalesbridge Activity Centre, Nr Settle - 29.8 Miles away*

Activities here include: Caving, gorge walking, rock climbing, abseiling and mountain biking. Full tuition is available, and they cater for all abilities.

Mega Bowl, York - 29.9 Miles away*

28 lanes of striketastic bowling fun for all the family to enjoy and a great idea for kids parties as well. It's an all weather activity that's suitable for everyone.

Richmond, Richmond - 10.2 Miles away*

Richmond is a historic market town set on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Places to visit and things to see include monuments, abbeys, a Norman castle and the cobbled market place surrounded by Georgian buildings. The town is threaded by the fast-flowing River Swale and surrounded by breathtaking scenery - its restored railway station is a must to visit, with its cafe/restaurant, cinema, art gallery, micro-brewery and bakery.

Barnard Castle, Barnard Castle - 10.4 Miles away*

An inspiration for Turner and Dickens, Barnard Castle in County Durham has long since been an important local landmark. Named 'Barney' by the locals it continues to work as a market town with numerous farmers markets, B&Bs, restaurants and loal walks. One of its main attractions is Bowes Museum, a French style chateau which is home to the 'Silver Swan', a life size mechanical swan.

Ripon, Ripon - 10.4 Miles away*

Ripon is a beautiful market town which was founded over 1300 years ago, and is famous as an ancient cathedral city where monasteries have stood since the 7th Century. Its many attractions include the Wakeman’s House, Studley Royal, Fountains Abbey and Ripon Spa Gardens which feature a Victorian bandstand.

Thirsk, Thirsk - 13.6 Miles away*

A pretty market town, mentioned in the Domesday book. ‘The World of James Herriot’ is well worth a visit, as is Thirsk Museum. Thirsk also features some great little shops in its charming market place. Stroll around the excellent market which is open on Mondays and Saturdays and spend some time in the local art gallery.

Darlington Theatre, Darlington - 18.9 Miles away*

The Civic Darlington Theatre offers a wide array of performances from professional shows to seasonal pantos.

Odeon Cinemas - Derby, Derby - 19.4 Miles away*

Five screen cinema with all the latest films at various showings throughout the day and evening – check the website for up to date film listings.

Odeon Cinemas - Harrogate, Harrogate - 19.4 Miles away*

Showing a full programme of the latest films (check website for times). Free and disabled parking available and the centre is wheelchair friendly.

Harrogate, Harrogate - 19.5 Miles away*

Whether you are visiting the Pump Room Museum, marveling at the stunning ruins of Fountains Abbey or taking in the lovely sights along the Low Harrogate Spa Trail, there is something to keep everyone entertained in Harrogate!

Knaresborough, Knaresborough - 19.5 Miles away*

A very pretty and historic market town in the heart of North Yorkshire, near close-by Harrogate. Visit the wonderful Knaresborough Castle, Mother Shipton’s petrifying well and Ye Oldest Chymist Shoppe in England. If you’re visiting in the summer keep an eye out for the infamous ‘Kanreborough Bed Race’ and see how many make it across the river!

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway, Skipton - 21.7 Miles away*

Enjoy a nostalgic steam train trip between Embsay station, built in 1888, and the new award-winning station at Bolton Abbey. Out of the window, the Yorkshire Dales provide excellent viewing, allowing passengers to simply sit back and enjoy the ride.

Craven Court Shopping Centre, Skipton - 24.9 Miles away*

Visit Skipton's Victorian themed shopping arcade with its beautifully painted ironwork and clear glass roof, making this a unique shopping experience.

Victoria Centre & Theatre, Settle - 27.7 Miles away*

The theatre building is 150 years old and Grade II listed, giving it a unique heritage. A professional theatre venue with drama, music and dance on offer.

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