It’s difficult to imagine a more traditional Yorkshire market town than historic Bedale. Georgian buildings huddle around the market square and the market still takes place every Tuesday, and as little has changed over the centuries Bedale is one of Yorkshire’s most picturesque spots. With a history that goes back so far that the town’s mentioned in the Domesday Book, Bedale is home to quirky little shops and a whole selection of country walks that showcase the beauty of the Dales.

The Heritage Trail

You can barely walk a few paces in the market town of Bedale without a historic building or landmark catching your eye, and the Bedale Heritage Trail takes its visitors on an easy-to-follow- route that takes in each one. It isn’t only the buildings along the way that make this walk a fascinating one, it’s also the tales you’ll hear...

The Yorkshire Dales National Park

There’s nowhere quite like the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The park is a playground for those who love to be outdoors, a haven for wildlife and a film director’s dream and the Dales cover more than 680 square miles. Anyone who’s ever traipsed the ancient woodland or stood at the foot of a dale and stared up at the rocky...
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