YTT24 True Dales Safari
Price per Tour £1050.00
Inc all coffee & lunch stops over the 2 days, 1 night DBB stay at the gorgeous Stone House Hotel near Hawes Wensleydale, 4 course evening meal & a full hearty Yorkshire breakfast to start the day.
Tour Duration 2 days
Start/Finish Location Devonshire Arms Bolton Abbey. BD23 6AJ
Please note this tour is only available Sunday to Thursday inclusive.
Day 1: Departing Bolton Abbey, we pick up the famous Tour de France 2014 route at Addingham and cruise the route to Skipton and on through Cracoe, Threshfield, passing Kilnsey Crag before turning up Coverdale heading to Middleham before cruising down to Jervaulx Abbey Tearooms for lunch. After lunch we ride up to Bolton Castle where we stop and have a look at the castle and its stunning views before cruising down Dale to Sedbusk mid afternoon staying overnight at the gorgeous Stone House Hotel
Overnight: Enjoying an splended evening meal including coffee & petit fours. Should you wish to enjoy wine or alchohol with your meal you will be most welcome, but please note it is not included in the cost of the tour.
Day 2: Starting from Sedbusk after a hearty breakfast we cruise on through Hawes, climbing up the Buttertubs Pass taking us out of Wensleydale over into Swaledale. Triking through Muker, crossing the moors to the famous James Herriot watersplash in Arkengarthdale and on to the highest pub in England the Tan Hill for a well earned coffee stop. After a refreshing coffee stop we cruise down to Hawes where we stop for lunch at the Wensleydale Creamery. After lunch we enjoy a steep climb up Fleet Moss leaving Wensleydale behind us before dropingv into Wharfedale at Oughtershaw. We cruise down the Dale soon appearing on the horizon at Buckden.
We shadow the river Wharfe passing through Kettlewell (where the famous Calendar Girls was filmed), Kilnsey Crag, Burnsall, Barden Towers to finish our tour back at Bolton Abbey.
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The duration of our tours are approximate only, they are far too beautiful to rush. We stop every hour or so for a comfort break, stretch your legs and maybe even take in a coffee or two.