Our guide to Richmond holiday cottages

The historic town of Richmond huddles protectively around the ruins of a foreboding Norman castle. With a sprawling market square that’s thought to be one of the largest ever and architecture that speaks of a Georgian heyday, Richmond has a character that sets it apart from the other towns you’ll stumble across in the Dales and it’s packed with historic landmarks.

Georgian buildings surround the market place and the obelisk that sits at its centre, and you won’t walk more than a few seconds without coming across a traditional pub, a quirky little shop or a café.

Rustique

Opened as a result of the success of its York sister restaurant, Rustique has worked its magic throughout Richmond. The restaurant specialises in serving up French cuisine at reasonable prices and the menu’s rich with traditional meat and fish dishes. The unmistakable flair of the French Head Chef shows throughout the menu and the bistro captures that intimate atmosphere that...

Big Sheep Little Cow

Now, if you’re going to take the kids to the Yorkshire Dales then they’ll need to roll their sleeves up and muck in on a farm to really experience country life, and Big Sheep Little Cow is just the place to do it. This farm visitor centre welcomes visitors of all ages and offers them the chance to bottle feed...
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