Muker Road, Hawes, DL8 3PR,
England, United Kingdom
The Wensleydale hills lie framed through the windows of the time-warp bedrooms; no TV, no fuss, just calm. In the middle of the National Park, this is a glorious spot for walkers. Gail and Ann bake their own bread, make jams and marmalade, and their delicious well-priced dinners, served at your own table, are prepared with fresh local produce. Both bedrooms, not in their first flush of youth, have lush views and private bathrooms; one has a four-poster. If you're arriving by car, take the 'over-the-top' road from Buckden to Hawes – stunning. A friendly, characterful place.
- Wheelchair access
- At least one bedroom & bathroom accessible.
- Limited mobility
- At least one bedroom & bathroom accessible without steps.
- Children welcome
- Kids of all ages can stay.
- No smoking
- Smoking not permitted anywhere in the property.
- Credit cards
- Credit or debit card payment accepted.
- English spoken
- Host speaks English, whether perfectly or not.
- Air conditioning
- Some, if not all, bedrooms are air-conditioned.
- Wireless internet access available.
- Pets welcome
- Pets allowed in bedrooms (not on the bed).
- Public transport
- Within 10 miles of a bus/train station.
- Working farm
- Or vineyard.
- Owner has pets
- Animals living on the property.
- Swimming pool
- On the premises.
- Bikes available
- On the premises to hire or borrow.
- Tennis court
- On the premises.
- Vegetarian meals
- Available on request.
- Licensed premises
- Alcohol may be served.
- Cash only
- Credit or debit card payment not accepted.
- Dogs welcome
- Dogs welcome in some public rooms.
- Handpumped ales
- Pub serves four or more handpumped ales.
- Wine list
- Pub serves eight or more wines by the glass.
- Food all day
- Food is served all day long.
- Babies welcome
- Cot may be provided.
Local points of interest from
Gail Ainley & Ann Macdonald:
- Hawes has an excellent range of independent shops, including two specialising in walking gear.
- Market day every Tuesday.
- Also based in Hawes are the Dales Countryside Museum, Wensleydale Creamery and the Ropeworks.
- The Pennine Way passes the house.
- The wild flower meadows are spectacular in June and July.
- Castles and waterfalls, tea rooms and pubs give a wide variety of destinations in the wonderful scenery of the Yorkshire Dales where hill walkers are spoilt for choice.
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- 1 Twin
- 1 Four-poster
Over eights welcome.
Muker Road, Hawes, DL8 3PR, Yorkshire