Hawes town surrounded by hills

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Hawes is a small town of narrow streets with hotels; bed and breakfasts; places to eat and drink; interesting shops and several pubs. The Dales Countryside Museum, located in the former Station Yard, is devoted to farming, knitting, lead mining and other industries from the past, as well as featuring a ‘history of the Dales’ railway.  A visit to the Wensleydale Creamery is a unique experience and due to the success of ‘Wallace and Gromit’ the creamery is a very popular. The Ropemakers at Town Foot will show you how skipping ropes, washing lines and church bell ropes are traditionally made. Located in the heart of Wensleydale on the A684 between Sedburgh and Leyburn, Hawes is the ideal location for exploring the northern part of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. There is ample accommodation provided, as Hawes is a haven for walkers. Bed and breakfast and pub accommodation can be found in and around the town. There are some hotels both on the main streets and locally in the countryside. Self catering holiday cottages are also available.

Discover your perfect trip to Hawes by exploring what to do and where to stay. Hawes has a wonderful selection of Bed & Breakfast, Camping Barns and Caravan Parks & Camp Sites. Each category has a selection of listings at a variety of budgets. Hawes also has a wonderful selection of things to do and places to visit which includes Restaurants and Tourist Attractions. Click any option above and begin planning your holidays today!


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