Hotels, B&B's and Self Catering in Reeth

Reeth lies where two of North Yorkshire's finest dales meet. It is a popular village considered to be the principal settlement of Upper Swaledale. In May and June every year, Reeth becomes the hub of the Swaledale Festival, a two-week celebration of small-scale music and guided walks. Additionally, on the final Wednesday of August, the Reeth Show, an agricultural event, is held. Reeth is also home to the Swaledale Museum, which covers rural history including life and work in the local area of Swaledale and Arkengarthdale within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Village amenities include three public houses; the Black Bull Hotel, the Buck Hotel and the King's Arms; a post office and village shop, as well as the Burgoyne Hotel. One of five National Park Centres for the Yorkshire Dales is located in Reeth. There are fine walks to be found all over the area, varying in length from gentle strolls along the Swale paths, to day long routes, taking the energetic to the summits of Great Shunner Fell, Lovely Seat and Addlebrough.

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