About the Area

There are various attractions to visit in the area including several pubs and restaurants within walking distance. See the 'Links' tab or click here for details.

Also in the area is the town of Hawes (approx eight miles to the south) where you could visit Wensleydale Cheese Centre – made legendary of course by Wallace and Gromit, the Ropemakers or the National Park Visitor Centre.

The village of Reeth is twelve miles to the east, where you could visit the Swaledale Museum or hire a bike at the Dales Bike Centre. The scenic Buttertubs pass is just 3 miles from our guest house. Enjoy cycling or driving the Tour de France route to see the most stunning scenery Yorkshire has to offer.

A little further afield are the towns of Richmond to the East and Barnard Castle to the North.

To the West is the market town of Kirkby Stephen, in the Cumbria Eden Valley where you could board the train on the famous Carlisle to Settle railway line, or hop on a Cumbria Classic coach and take a ride to a local town.

Other attractions in the area include Tan Hill Inn, situated four miles from Keld and is officially the highest Pub in England, sitting at 1,732 feet above sea level.

Of all these attractions in the area has to offer, by far the most impressive is the scenery, wildlife, peacefulness and tranquillity, which can be enjoyed best by walking one of the many footpaths in the area.