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

Farndale is a valley surrounded by some of the wildest moorland in England. It is a small agricultural community, and the valley is very popular with walkers, due to its famous wild daffodils, which can be seen around Easter time all along the banks of the River Dove. To protect the daffodils, the majority of Farndale was created a Local Nature Reserve in 1955. Farndale is home to 3 hamlets – Church Houses and High Mill at the top of the valley, and Low Mill further down. Low Mill is a tourist hotspot during daffodil season, as this is where the famous daffodil walk begins. The annual Farndale Agricultural Show which is held on the Summer Bank Holiday Monday in Late August is a popular event.

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