View B&B holiday accommodation is in the Yorkshire Dales National
Park, England, UK and is a famous area for a vacation, close to the market
towns of Hawes, Sedbergh, and Ingleton. It is 3½ miles from the historical
village of Dent, which is still cobbled, with white painted houses, and
a 12th Century church, much as it has been for hundreds of years.
This bed and breakfast accommodation is a former Quaker Meeting House, the garden being the original graveyard - a list of all buried persons is available - and now laid to picturesque gardens, in which to sit and admire the beautiful Yorkshire views, next to a running river.
River View is a guest house run by walkers for walkers. Walking of any standard is within easy reach of the house; some walks are accessible by the use of the famous Settle to Carlisle railway; routes, instructions, packed lunches and drying facilities are available, along with full English breakfast, or vegetarian alternatives. Cumbria and the Lake District, a paradise for walkers, is also within easy reach of River View.
The house is situated directly on the Dales Way long distance walk, and within easy reach of the Pennine Way, the Ribbles Way and the Three Peaks of Ingleborough, Pen-y-Ghent, and Whernside walk. We are 20 minutes walk from Dent Station, the highest in the country, which is frequented by steam trains, soon to be incorporated as a regular service.
|One twin bed room with private shower/toilet facilities
|One double bed room with private bath/shower/toilet facilities
| Shared TV Lounge
Full english breakfast
|Rules of the house:
No children under 12
Evening meals by prior arrangement only (vegetarians catered for)
Great walking, situated on the Dalesway walk
Easy access to trains, travel across the world famous Ribblehead viaduct