|Home ---> Links: Shops & Accommodation - Swaledale & Arkengarthdale|
|• Please see below for the pubs, inns, hotels, shops, etc. in the two Dales.
• Please see this very good list on the Hudson House site.
• Please read the Reeth Gazette which may be downloaded on this site. It contains adverts from just about every group, shop and firm in the Dales.
• the Reeth Gazette advertisers are listed here. (This list is only updated every few months)
• the Reeth website business directory.
|Arkleside Hotel||We are now a Country Guest House providing good quality accommodation in a friendly atmosphere for which the Arkleside Hotel has been well known for many years. (Quote from site.)|
|The Black Bull Hotel||Reeths' oldest pub, dating from the 17th century.|
|Blaeberry Cottage||Situated next to Grinton Beck.The holiday cottage is quite remote with beautiful, stunning views, overlooking the nearby village of Reeth. Comfortable and spacious, the cottage comprises three bedrooms- one double bed, one with two single beds and a third single bedroom.|
|The Bridge Inn,
|Situated on the banks of the beautiful River Swale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park is The Bridge Inn. A former Coaching Inn dating back to the 13th century, it sits in the picturesque village of Grinton opposite the Church of St Andrew. (Quote from site.) More details are also available here. Dogs & muddy boots welcome.|
|Bridge House, Muker||Set in the picturesque village of Muker in the North Yorkshire Dales National Park, Bridge House offers bed and breakfast accommodation all year round. (Quote from site.) Also see this site.|
|The Buck Hotel||The Buck offers quality bed and breakfast with en-suite accommodation, fine food and atmosphere you would expect from a Yorkshire Dales Hotel, Restaurant and popular Public House. We are also proud of the quality of our five cask ales, which includes Black Sheep Bitter, Copper Dragon Bitter, Deauchars IPA, Timothy Taylor's Landlord plus guest ales. The Buck has long been THE venue in Reeth for lively Discos, live music from acoustic sessions in the bar, folk-rock and Jazz on the Swale. (Quotes from site.)
The Buck has now installed a genuine Italian pizza oven. The result is delicious, authentic pizzas to eat in or take-away. The menu is here.
|The Burgoyne Hotel||The Burgoyne is a privately owned Country House Hotel nestling in the heart of Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. (Quote from site.)|
|CB Inn||Nestling in some of the Yorkshire Dales most spectacular scenery, the 18th Century CB Inn is situated in Arkengarthdale, a tributary valley of Swaledale and offers the best in food and drink. (Quote from site.)|
|The Yorkshire Dales' premier bike centre. Cafe, accommodation, bike service centre, retail, bike hire, bike wash, demo bikes and lots lots more. (Quote from site.)|
|The Farmers Arms, Muker||A traditional Yorkshire Dales pub in the heart of Swaledale. We welcome dogs and muddy boots. The web-site lists local accommodation & tourist attractions for visitors.|
|The Fat Sheep||A great little shop in Reeth. The primary idea behind Fatsheep is to sell only genuine Yorkshire Dales products and gifts. Do try their non-alcoholic Glendale ginger "wine".|
|Hazel Brow Farm||Welcome to Hazel Brow, a 200 acre, family run, organic farm in the heart of Swaledale - famous for its beautiful Herriot scenery and only 1 mile from the picturesque 'watersplash ' ford featured in the BBC series 'All Creatures Great And Small' (Quote from site.)|
|Hazel Smith Gallery||Swaledale paintings, prints and cards.|
|Holmlea Cottage, Reeth||Holmlea Cottage overlooks Reeth Green. It provides self-catering accommodation for up to four people.|
|The Ice-Cream Parlour, Reeth||We specialise in real dairy ice cream made by Brymor on the farm at Jervaulx. There are 16 delicious flavours to choose from and you can also enjoy teas, hot chocolate, freshly ground coffee, lattes and cappuccinos.
(Quote from site.)
|Keld Lodge||The former shooting lodge, then Youth Hostel on the Coast to Coast and Pennine Way walks, it has been restored to an elegant hotel|
|The King's Arms Hotel||Situated looking over Reeth Green, it is probably better known locally as 'Middle House'.|
|The King's Head,
|A traditional Yorkshire Dales public house at the foot of Gunnerside Ghyll in the small, quaint village of Gunnerside in the heart of Swaledale. (Quote from site.) Good food & local ales. A dog friendly pub that even has its own 'dog menu', recommended by my black lab & dog beer (beef and malt barley).|
|Michael is a greensmith, a sculptor in copper, who lives in Grinton, but has a studio in Reeth. Look at his web-site to see the photographs of the wonderful animals he creates.|
Low Row near Reeth
|Sleeps 7 in luxury holiday accommodation. 'Visit Britain' 4 star Gold Award. Laykin sits high on the sunny side of the Dale and has commanding views up and down Swaledale over looking the valley floor where the river Swale meanders through hay meadows surrounded by stone walls and dotted with the barns of Swaledale. (Quote from site.)|
|Muker Village Stores
|"We are set in the delightful dales village of Muker, Swaledale, North Yorkshire. Overlooking Straw Beck. The Muker Village Stores & Teashop features two Victorian Rooms both with open fires to take away the winter chill and an outdoor patio for warm summer days." (Quote from site.)|
|The Old Working Smithy & Museum
|The real working smithy in Gunnerside.|
|The Punch Bowl||Located within some of the most breathtaking scenery in Yorkshire, The Punch Bowl Inn, Swaledale, offers high quality accommodation, excellent facilities and a very warm welcome. (Quote from site.)|
|The Red Lion||The pub in Langthwaite in Arkengarthdale famous for where many films and TV series have been recorded, including “All Creatures Great And Small”|
|Rowleth End||"Rowleth End in Upper Swaledale is the place to come to relax and unwind in a welcoming and friendly environment. Some keep their own company, but many find themselves drawn into a very special house-party atmosphere." (Quote from site.)|
|Scenic View||Based in Reeth, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, we specialise in photography of the Dales landscape. We hope that our website will give you a taste for what the Dales are like and through our photography see the area at it's best. (Quote from site.)|
|Swaledale Outdoors||Clothing & Equipment. 'We only stock products from leading brands, ensuring quality and performance when it's needed most. Find us behind Hudson House at the top left (SW) corner of the market place, past the Garden House.'|
|Tan Hill Inn||
Great Britain’s highest pub at 1732 ft. We offer quality bed and breakfast with en-suite accommodation, fine food and atmosphere second to none. We offer four real ales from Theakstons and Black Sheep and of course our very own “Ewe Juice” We have a fabulous barn which is licensed for weddings which we hold throughout the year and also the very best in live music. We also have live music every Sunday Lunchtime in the bar with the best in Singer/songwriters. Folk groups and Musicians.
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