Askrigg


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Askrigg is a beautiful village in Upper Wensleydale in the Yorkshire Dales. It is five miles from Hawes, the home of the world-famous Wensleydale cheese! Askrigg was the fictional ‘Darrowby’ in the TV series All Creatures Great and Small, and like many villages in the Dales, the main street is lined with stone cottages and tea shops, with a gorgeous cobbled market square. St Oswald's Church is in the square and it also has an 1830 market cross, a stone pump and a huge metal ring set in the cobbles. Askrigg has several historic pubs including the Crown Inn, dating back to the late 18th century and The King’s Arms which was built in 1767. The proximity of the Yorkshire Dales National Park makes the village an excellent base for walking, cycling, horse riding and scenic drives. The village is also the starting point for several circular walks around Mill Gill and the waterfalls at Whitfield Force.


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