Flavour of the Dales

YF - Cream Tea at Our Yorkshire Farm

Price per trike: £460 all in with jammy scones & pot of tea

Start: WhiteBearHotel Masham HG4 4EN  

Duration: 4 hours (ONLY AVAILABLE SATURDAY & SUNDAY MAY TO SEPTEMBER)

Route: Masham, Leyburn, Reeth, Muker, Keld, Ravenseat (Amanda Owen's farm for scones), Thwaite, Buttertubs Pass, Hawes, Middleham, Wensley, Masham

Amanda Owen

All the family

Room with a view

AT - Afternoon Tea delight

Price per trike: £460 all in with Afternoon Tea 

Start: WhiteBearHotel Masham HG4 4EN

Duration: 4 hours

Route: Cruising Wensleydale upto the highest market town in England Hawes, taking the Buttertubs Pass over into Swaledale, Gunnerside, Low Row, Afternoon tea in Reeth, Ellerton Abbey, Leyburn, Middleham, Jervaulx, Masham.

Nice place 

Sit, relax, no rush

Now that's a view

CT - Pass the Cheese Gromit

Price per trike: £460 all in with Cheese tasting & lunch

Start: WhiteBearHotel Masham HG4 4EN 

Duration: 4 hours

Route: Masham, West Witton, Aysgarth crossing to Bishopdale, Cray, Buckden, taking Langstrothdale to Oughtershaw up and over Cam Fell down into Wensleydale, Gayle, Hawes with luncheon at The Wensleydale Creamery. After lunch we trike on down into Raydale to see and sit on the famous Mermaid stones, West Witon, Leyburn Market sq, Middleham, Masham 

Cheese tasting

Wallace & Gromit

Mermaid stones

TT - Tubs, Tan Hill & t'dales

Price per trike: £460 with lunch at the Tan Hill Inn is the highest hostelry in the British Isles. 

Start: WhiteBearHotel Masham HG4 4EN 

Duration: 4 hours ish, its too good to rush.......

Route: Masham, Leyburn, Grinton Moor, Reeth, taking long causeway through Arkengarthdale to lunch at the Tan Hill Inn the highest pub in Britain, down into Swaledale, Keld, Thwaite, over the Buttertubs Pass to Hawes in WensleydaleWensley, Middleham, Masham.

Famous Tan Hill Inn

From above

Typical lunch

Judith's Review: What beautiful experience... On a lonely hill high in the Yorkshire Dales, stands a unique and historic Inn dating back to the 17th century with its exposed beams, stone-flagged floor and welcoming fire. The World Famous Tan Hill Inn is Britain’s highest public house at 1,732 feet (528m) above sea level. Situated in Swaledale, just near Keld, the highest Inn in Great Britain is a  warm meeting place and know Internationally. 

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