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Welcome to Hindlethwaite Hall

Idyllic holiday home accommodation in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales

Hindlethwaite Hall is a Grade II listed 16th century Dales Farmhouse occupying a very private and secluded setting within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. With magnificent views over outstanding Coverdale countryside, the location is ideal for walking either from the door, or in neighbouring Wharfedale and Wensleydale, nearby Malham and Swaledale. The location is perfect for touring the Yorkshire Dales National Park with its splendid natural scenery, picturesque villages and market towns, castles and abbeys, all of which are in driving distance. Or of course you could spend your time just relaxing and enjoying the countryside. The nearby village of Horsehouse has a church and a pub, 500 yards by a footbridge over the river and across the fields.

We would like to welcome you, your family, friends and dogs to enjoy this wonderful part of the English countryside, and hope the information on the following pages will encourage you to visit us soon.

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At A Glance

  • Sleeps 6
  • 3 en-suite bedrooms (1 double, 2 twin or double zip n link) – all linen provided
  • Welcome Hamper
  • Living room with large open fire and all logs provided
  • Snug/TV room with wood burner
  • Wifi, Freesat, DVD and CD player
  • Aga and fully equipped kitchen
  • Ample parking
  • Large fully enclosed garden
  • Washing and drying machine
  • Travel cot and high chair on request
  • Well behaved dogs welcome

Please also read our Access Statement

 

Holidays in the Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales is best known for its stunning scenery and great natural features but is also home to numerous tourist attractions with things to do for all the family.

For those looking for a great walking holiday location, Hindlethwaite Hall has plenty of walks from the door, with many short and longer possibilities up and down the Cover and across the moors on either side, and the area has plenty of other good places for walking further afield.

For more details on what to see and do, click here

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