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Swaledale Cottages: Beautiful Self Catering Accommodation

This holiday (one week) was great, the scenery was beautiful, lovely comfy cottage called The Bothy, perfect for romantic get aways from everyone and everything. It was so quiet and tranquille.

Amazing views, perfect location

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Hiking and Walking
  • Written June 25, 2010

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Culloden Tower: Richmond's Folly

We haven'y stayed here but I noticed it belongs to the Landmark Trust who own some most unusual buildings. Culloden Tower is now a holiday let; it must be great staying in such an unusual place.

Simply the fact it is a folly and is a Richmond landmark. It sits in it's own parkland belonging to the original house, overlooking the River Swale.It was built in 1746 by John Yorke.

A unique property indeed.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Historical Travel, Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, Architecture
  • Written January 17, 2007
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Culloden Tower, as seen from Richmond Castle.

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Rosedale B&B: Best place I've ever stayed and that's a fact

I have stayed in classy hotels all over Europe and in several British bed and breakfasts but I can honestly say that this place is out of the ordinary! Nowhere else have I left and actually missed the owners :))) It feels like Lindsey and Gary are long time friends and they will do anything to make your stay as nice as possible. On top of that, they must have worked for months getting the lovely, listed, Pottergate House not only in order but also gorgeously decorated in a romantic but classy style where everything matches. All rooms are en suite and spacious with TVs, warm showers and comfy beds. Breakfasts are early but that suits most people as they are here to walk or visit the Dales. Gary dons his whites and a full Yorkshire breakfast or a continental one is then served, the choice is yours. Whatever you want there will be plenty of it, including seasonal fruit for the continental choice. The place gets booked up early since it isn't big and they have lots of guests walking the Coast to Coast so make sure you book in advance. Location is hard to beat for the price and service you get - it is less than five minutes' walk from the Market Place. As Lindsey and Gary have a motorbike themselves, bikers and cyclists are more than welcome, and they can tell you lots about local places to visit for the day. Our seven-year-old was nearly crying all the way back to Sweden because she had felt so at home here and was missing not only the people but also the cat.

The decorating is fantastic when you're used to weird "plastic" patterned wall-paper and brown carpets in English B&Bs...Breakfasts are huge...Lindsey and Gary are people who were born to run this establishment.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Hiking and Walking, Family Travel, Historical Travel
  • Written August 25, 2006
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