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Explore the Eastern Dales

Montpellier2_HarrogateThe Eastern Yorkshire Dales have something for everyone - charming market towns and villages, a theme park and hundreds of local events and attractions.  A wide range of delicious foods are made in the area including cheeses, beer, wine and chocolates along with locally reared lamb, beef, game and fish.

The great outdoors is everywhere!  From mountain biking and sailing or canoeing to pony trekking and trout fishing, you can do the lot! If you fancy a more sedate trip, there are high quality arts and crafts people at work in the dale - watch them work or explore the numerous workshops and galleries for that special gallery gift.

Events are held throughout the year, so whatever your interests and whatever the season, the eastern side of the Yorkshire Dales will always have something to make your visit special.


The exact origins of this market town of ancient walkways, cobbled alleys and secret passageways are shrouded in mystery. But one thing's for sure, Knaresborough has carved out a real character for itself with a Tudor prophetess, once royal castle, magnificent viaduct and breathtaking countryside views. An impressive sense of history is woven into the very fabric of Knaresborough. A wonderful place to start is Knaresborough Castle, towering over the River Nidd. Discover one of Knaresborough's enduring curiosities; Mother Shipton's Cave, where you can witness a whole host of everyday objects slowly being turned to stone. There's always plenty going on in the bustling town itself, from the oldest chemist shop in England, charming olde worlde tea rooms, to the lively Knaresborough Festival and the famous annual Great Knaresborough Bed Race! Find out more about Knaresborough...


Set in the stunning Lower Wensleydale countryside, Masham (pronounced 'Massam') is famous for its Steam Engine and Fair Organ Rally as well as its annual Sheep Fair in September where up to 80,000 sheep can be sold at any one time!  It's also home to two famous family run breweries.

Masham's market charter was granted in 1250 and it hosts markets every Wednesday and Saturday.  Artists including JW Turner visited Masham and it was reportedly one of Lewis Carroll's favourite spots.  Today, arts and crafts people still settle in Masham so there's plenty of galleries and workshops to find that special gift.


This charming market town in Lower Wensleydale is situated within easy reach of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.  Bedale's history can be traced back to Saxon times, receiving its Market Charter in 1251.  Splendid Georgian buildings surround the broad sweeping market place housing unusual craft and antique shops.  The magnificent church dominates the north end of the town and the fourteenth century Market Cross stands centrepiece.  Bedale is a must-see town and also benefits from the Wensleydale Railway which offers regular services around the Dale.

Pateley Bridge

Nestled amongst the breathtaking scenery of the famous Nidderdale Valley within an area of outstanding natural beauty, this charming town is a tranquil mix of quirky shops and cosy country inns.  It is also home to the oldest sweet shop in England, which was established in 1827! The popular Nidderdale Festival is held in June, whilst the Nidderdale Show takes place in September.

Pateley Bridge is the perfect base for walkers, a family holiday, a short break or for those seeking adventurous outdoor pursuits including mountain biking and rock climbing. 


Ripon is one Britain's oldest cities, with a wealth of cultural heritage including a magnificent seventh century Cathedral, quaint medieval streets filled with with fascinating shops, cafes and tearooms; a fine Georgian marketplace and a Victorian bandstand set in the picturesque Spa Gardens.  There are three Law and Order museums in the city and several fine historic houses in the surrounding countryside, as well as the nearby World Heritage Site of Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Gardens.  Every night, by the old obelisk, in the city's market place you can see the Ripon Hornblower sound his horn to 'Set the Watch' - a tradition which has taken place for over 1,100 years.


Close enough for a day trip from the Dales, Harrogate is famous for its Victorian spa heritage, handsome tree lined boulevards and exquisite gardens.  With the discovery of the first medicinal spring here in 1571, the town rapidly became one of the foremost spas in Europe.  Admire the town's beautiful parks and gardens including the nearby 58 acre RHS Garden Harlow Carr.  Today's visitors can experience the historic and the modern, along with delicious tearooms, pubs and restaurants and a fascinating array of elegant shops.

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