Swaledale

The Laurels B&B is located in Reeth in Swaledale in the Yorkshire Dales




Swaledale is one of the most nortern dales in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is the dale of the River Swale on the east side of the Pennines in North Yorkshire. 

There is more to do in Swaledale than you think!!

On foot:
Swaledale is well placed for the Coast to Coast, Pennine Way, Corpse Way and the Inn Way trail walks. For those wanting a more gentler pace there are many circular walks and vast tracks of Open Access land. 

Skilled courses from map and compass reading to photography and conservation are run throughout the year. 

Why not even try Geocaching - a free real-world outdoor treasure hunt using GPS. 

Wheels:
A must visit place for mountain bike enthusiasts whether it is for a trail finding or taking part on the Tour of Britain Race. 

Swaledale has the pleasure of hosting the hardest 1 day motorcross trail in the world. 

Water:
With one of the fastest rivers in England the River Swale provides excellent fishing (licence required), kayaking and wild swimming opportunities.

Horseback:
Enjoy miles of bridleways using real horsepower and go horse trekking. 

For further information and ideas visit www.swaledale.net 

Special Offers
The Laurels Reeth mid wek self-catering beaks
 The Laurels Reeth is available for self-catering mid week 4…