We reached Grassington feeling exhausted and checked into our final hotel: Grassington House. It's a stunning three storey Georgian building which boasts a restaurant, bar, and event services. We were taken to a room on the third floor, overlooking the town square. It was quite small, and the bathroom was essentially a cupboard, but it … Continue reading Yorkshire Dales Itinerary: Grassington
Now, Nidderdale was not originally going to be on the itinerary, but due to my poor organisational skills, and the August Bank Holiday Weekend, one of the only hotels still with vacancies was Talbot House in Pateley Bridge. Before making our way to the town, I just had to see another of the castles in … Continue reading Yorkshire Dales Itinerary: Nidderdale
Have you been considering hiking but not sure where to start? I felt exactly the same a couple of years ago: I barely even walked to the shop! Now, two years on, I love a long ramble in the countryside, and although I am no pro, I think it's worth sharing how I prepared. Why … Continue reading Hiking: A Beginner’s Guide
Read part four of the Yorkshire Dales Itinerary and travel diary. This time, the trip is temporarily halted by a rather nasty surprise.
Part three of the Yorkshire Dales Itinerary - a day in Hawes, the beautiful market town and home of the best breakfast.
Part two of the Yorkshire Dales travel diary - this time we explore a waterfall trail, a mountain and a cave in Ingleton.
Created in 1954, the Yorkshire Dales is one of Great Britain's most beautiful National parks. Comprised of a number of 'dales', this area of Britain is definitely one worth visiting. Read part one of the Yorkshire Dales Itinerary.