Family breaks to the Yorkshire Dales
The beautiful Yorkshire Dales provide plenty of welcoming B&Bs ideal for family breaks. For a truly rural experience, stay on a picturesque farm near Ingleton to join in with the farm activities and explore the beautiful surrounding countryside. There is also a good choice of family friendly B&Bs close to the main centres of Richmond and Masham with family rooms sleeping up to four, cots, Sky TV and delicious locally sourced breakfasts served. Packed lunches can often be provided for days out or evening meals made from fresh Yorkshire produce. Alternatively, stay in a well appointed Skipton B&B for family days out to the National Railway Museum and Thornton Hall Country Farm or in Bedale to visit the meerkats at Thorp Perrow Gardens.
Head to the Yorkshire Dales for a romantic break
Whether you are looking for a charming farmhouse B&B deep in the Yorkshire Dales countryside or a beautiful cottage bed and breakfast close to the main centres, there is plenty of welcoming and award winning properties ideal for a romantic break. Champagne, flowers and flowers can be arranged at some B&Bs and some also have a hot tub or leisure facilities including a pool, tennis court and croquet lawn. Search our website and look out for romantic B&Bs offering special romance packages for stays of more than one night.
Explore the Yorkshire Dales with your dog
With so much wonderful countryside to explore right on the doorstep, it’s not surprising that many Yorkshire Dales B&Bs will accept dogs by prior arrangement. A selection also offer great dog friendly facilities including a walking field, dog treat on arrival, sausage at breakfast and even dog sitting in the evening while you go out and enjoy a meal or drink at a local restaurant. Visit a wonderful choice of attractions with your dog including the limestone cliffs at Malham Cove, Aysgarth Falls, or take a ride on the iconic Settle-Carlisle Railway and watch the spectacular scenery pass by – dogs travel for free and each person can take up to two dogs on the railway.