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Located in Middleham, 2.5 miles from Forbidden Corner, The Dante Arms features a bar, a shared lounge and a garden, as well as free WiFi. The hotel has family rooms. Emma, Les and Gillian are absolute Legends. Will go out of their way to look after you
Located in Middleham and with Forbidden Corner reachable within 2.6 miles, The Wensleydale Hotel has express check-in and check-out, non-smoking rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi throughout the property... Very comfortable room over looking the town square. It was lovely to see the race horses on their way to the nearby gallops.
Located within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Saddle Room offers both room accommodations and stone-built cottages, next door to The Forbidden Corner within the grounds of Tupgill Park. The rooms are light and airy the staff are so welcoming and the hotel and grounds are amazing plus added bonus dog friendly
Located in Middleham, 2.5 miles from Forbidden Corner, The Priory has accommodations with free WiFi, a shared lounge and a garden. We thoroughly enjoyed our 2 nights at the Priory. Sarah and Chris were perfect hosts and made it all very relaxed and special. A lovely property, great location, beautifully and tastefully furnished with quality fittings including an amazing copper bath and heated floor in the bathroom. Fantastic breakfast with top quality ingredients and great choice. Thoroughly recommend it.
Cleeve Cottage is located in Middleham. Located 2.7 miles from Forbidden Corner, the property has a garden and free private parking. Excellent location to explore the surrounding area of attractions and walks. Five minute walk to the centre of Middleham.
Braithwaite Hall Bed & Breakfast is a 5-star luxury accommodations located on a working farm in Coverdale, Yorkshire Dales. it was so peaceful and quiet. someone mentioned the bread and believe me it was gorgeous. Vicky the hostess was lovely and I would definitely go back. It is in a lovely setting. definitely recommend
Middleham is a lovely place to stay especially if you are interested in race horse, lots of lovely walks in middleham you can walk up to the gallops and watch the race horses or just go for nice long walk, best places to eat in middleham are the saddle rooms near the forbidden corner or in middleham it’s self the white swan is very nice,the forbidden corner is well worth a trip
Beautiful views and walks Friendly people Great pubs And got to see lots of race horses I would highly recommend the Coverbridge Inn that you can walk along the river to probably about 2 miles away. This pub is friendly and a traditional pub with great ales and delicious home cooked food
Picturesque little market village with the added interest of several race horse stables in the location. A walk up to the gallops early in the morning to watch the horses train is definitely worthwhile, as is a visit to the medieval castle.
Visited The Forbidden Corner which was great fun. We had a light lunch at the cafe on site, which was nicely presented. Evening meal was taken at the Three Horseshoes which was about a 15 minute drive away. Called in at Aysgarth Waterfalls on the way home the following day. The Forbidden Corner was very busy as it was the school holidays, however as visits are timed, I think this helps when planning a visit.
Middleham is a lovely place to stay if you like history as there is Middleham Castle right there, plus a lovely mediaeval church, St Mary's and St Akelda's. It's not far to many other great locations such as Aysgarth Falls (where the fight scene in Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves was filmed), Bolton Castle, Jerveaulx Abbey, Fountains Abbey, Sheriff Hutton, Ripon, etc. The only negative is that it is sometimes difficult to get a late meal in Middleham itself, however there are plenty of other eating places nearby if you have a car. The Richard III B&B does do great food and the fish and chip shop is also very good. It is hilly, so be prepared to huff and puff up the hill to the castle! And, if you have kids, don't miss The Forbidden Corner - the weirdest place on earth - only about 3 miles away. Set aside about four hours!
The location is amazing, quiet, clean, not to far from local amenities. The staff work very hard to make sure your stay is comfortable and go out of their way to ensure you are happy. Very attentive. We had a small issue with our room at check in and after talking to the lovely manager, it was sorted out very quickly and without fuss. Check in was easy and straightforward. We stayed in the Ninjinski room for 4 nights. Lovely room, Bed was very comfy, air con nice, fitment was of a high standard, dogs welcome which was nice to see. Room was cleaned every day to a high standard. Really lovely breakfast options. and thank you Thomas and all the other staff members for good service. We did not use the restaurant as we ate out in the local communities which offered a great selection, In short, good price, great location, lovely staff, relaxing and something for everyone. Will definitely return again in the future. Thank you all
Always loved Middleham and we were thrilled to find this exquisite Bed and Breakfast in the heart of the village. Sarah and Chris were 5* hosts and nothing was too much trouble. The whole experience was fabulous. Local produce used at breakfast. The comfiest beds ever! I’ve just booked again for October! A beautiful old house converted with passion and a lot of love .
A really lovely cottage in a perfect location to explore the Yorkshire Dales. Located in Middleham it was very easy to get to many places of interest in and around the Dales. My wife called it ‘The Mary Poppins Cottage’ as it was practically perfect in every way. Highly recommended.
The staff were very friendly and accommodating. The hotel was lovely and in a great location. An excellent little addition having a paddling pool in the beer garden! Amazing breakfast. Overall lovely experience.
The rooms are light and airy the staff are so welcoming and the hotel and grounds are amazing plus added bonus dog friendly
Excellent location to explore the surrounding area of attractions and walks. Five minute walk to the centre of Middleham.
great staff, good beer and pub food plus really nice room. The hotel is also dog friendly.
Lovely hotel, clean and comfortable room, lovely staff - would definitely stay again.
Comfy couch. In Middleham which is a very nice village.