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Low Greenside Glamping

On a peaceful, friendly farm campsite at the foot of the Howgill Fells in the beautiful Eden Valley. Central location for both the Yorkshire Dales & Lake District - but none of the hustle and bustle! A family size Yurt and a 2 person Bell Tent occupy opposite corners of their own meadow, with native woodland behind and between them, and fabulous views and friendly sheep in front. 10 min walk to 2 excellent village pubs. Lots to do in a lovely unspoiled area. Great walking from the doorstep.

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Ash Keys Caravan Park

Ash Keys is a family friendly, 14 pitch caravan park nestled in a quiet corner of a 165 acre working dairy farm within the idyllic setting of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

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Otterbeck Distillery

Otterbeck Distillery is set amongst the glorious moors and farmland of the Yorkshire Dales. With this as our back garden it has inspired the creation of Cotton Gin. Distilled slowly with patience and passion, using botanicals foraged locally from the many hedgerows and moorlands and uniquely blended with the best botanicals we can source from around the World.

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Low Ploughlands

Low Ploughlands, nestled in the Eden Valley at the foot of the Pennines with views directly on to Nine Standards and the Yorkshire Dales.

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The Little Barn

We offer a place of perfect tranquility and that longed-for country escape just for two. The last few miles of your journey to the sleepy hamlet of Hurst should give you a glimpse of the stunning scenery you will be enjoying for your stay. Tucked away at the end of a track you can be assured of peace and quiet.

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Nidderdale

Nidderdale is in the eastern Dales and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Upper Nidderdale begins at the small market town of Pateley Bridge and is a narrow valley surrounded by large expanses of heather moorland. You can enjoy walking, mountain biking, pony trekking or fishing.

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Widdale

Widdale is perhaps one of the less well-known dales in the National Park, but it is worth making the trip up from Ribblehead or down from Hawes. The B6255 was once an old turnpike road. Here you can experience the feeling of remoteness in amongst the conifer woods or bleak moorland that lie on either side.

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Rawthey Valley

The Rawthey Valley is located in the north-west corner of the National Park. This broad, u-shaped valley has a hummocky, undulating valley floor. It is dominated by the overwhelming presence of the Howgill Fells.

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