Stunning scenery and blessed with many historical attractions. For the more active, there are great walking routes including Cross Fell
When taking a cottage holiday in the Northern Dales, you will be surrounded by a region described as England’s last wilderness.
The Northern Dales boasts numerous castles, abbeys and museums, plus great walking routes for those that enjoy the fresh country air!
For ramblers there is the opportunity to tackle challenging fell walks including Cross Fell, the highest peak in the Pennines, or to walk along a section of the Pennine Way which passes two spectacular waterfalls, High Force and Cauldron Snout.
For a less strenuous day out, visit Barnard Castle, take a trip on Northern England’s highest narrow gauge railway between Alston and Kirkhaugh, or explore the award-winning open air museum of Beamish.
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