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4-Night Southern Yorkshire Dales Guided Walking Holiday

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Duration: 4 nights
Type: Guided Walking
Walking Grade: 2, 3 & 4
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Renowned for its warm welcomes and wonderful walks, the Yorkshire Dales will charm you with its choice of landscapes. The huge rock amphitheatre of Malham Cove – once a waterfall to rival Niagara Falls – and the scenic cascades of Gordale Scar, are a snapshot of the wealth of natural wonders nearby. Whether you’re seeking solitude and wilderness or the charm of cobbled streets in quaint villages, the quiet homely beauty of the Yorkshire Dales will have you hooked.

Holiday Highlights

  • Head out on guided walks to discover the varied landscape of the Southern Yorkshire Dales on foot
  • Enjoy magnificent views from impressive summits
  • Admire green valleys and waterfalls on riverside strolls 
  • Marvel at the wild landscape of unbroken heather moorland and limestone pavement
  • Explore quaint villages and experience the warm Yorkshire hospitality at its best 
  • Let our experienced leader bring classic routes and offbeat areas to life
  • A relaxed pace of discovery in a sociable group keen to get some fresh air in one of England's most beautiful walking areas

What’s included

  • High quality en-suite accommodation in our country house
  • Full board from dinner upon arrival to breakfast on departure day
  • 3 days guided walking
  • Use of our comprehensive Discovery Point
  • Choice of up to three guided walks each walking day
  • The services of HF Holidays Walking Leaders

Trip Notes

Trip notes are detailed, downloadable PDFs for each holiday.

On our Guided Walking holidays, we believe that choice is key. Our walks descriptions will help you choose according to your interests and fitness. The walks are grouped together with care by local experts to give the best experience. While every effort will be made to adhere to the described itinerary, we may occasionally vary the sequence shown here or substitute an alternative route to suit local conditions or for other operational reasons, potentially at short notice.

You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - Otterburn Beck

Distance: 7 miles (11.5km)

Ascent: 500 feet (150m)

In Summary: Our walk takes us across fields to Kirk Syke and along lanes to the small village of Otterburn before returning via Bell Busk to Newfield Hall.

Highlight: Discover the hidden history of Otterburn, which was mentioned in the Domesday Book.

Option 2 - Otterburn and Wenningber

Distance: 9.5 miles (15.5km)

Ascent: 800 feet (240m)

In Summary: After crossing the fields to Kirk Syke, this walk heads north along the old Green Lane of Kirk Syke Lane before visiting Otterburn. Another Green lane takes us on a loop round Wenningber Hill, before before returning to Newfield Hall via Kendal Hill.

Highlight: The history of Otterburn and the ‘perfect green drumlin’ of Wenningber Hill.

Option 3 - Crayke and Hellifield Moor

Distance: 11.5 miles (19km)

Ascent: 1,250 feet (380m)

In summary: After starting our walk the same way as option 2 as far as the quarries, we head off to Orms Gill Green where there is an HF Pathways plantation. After crossing Crayke Moor to reach Langber Lane we head for Otterburn over Hellifield Moor and round Wenningber Hill, before ascending Kendal Hill and returning through Bell Busk. 

Highlight: Superb views all round from Hellifield Moor and a glimpse of Ingleborough.


Option 1 - Ribblesdale

Distance: 7 miles (11.5km) 

Ascent: 800 feet (240m) 

In SummaryExplore the attractive village of Langcliffe before heading north to Catrigg Force and the villlage of Stainforth. We shall visit the Hoffman lime kiln and follow the River Ribble past Stainforth Force to Settle. 

HighlightSettle is a picturesque market town, first chartered in 1249 and famous for the Settle-Carlisle railway.  

Option 2 - Above Settle

Distance: 9 miles (14km) 

Ascent: 1,200 feet (380m) 

In SummaryA circular walk from Settle visits the Hoffman lime kiln near Stainforth. We then ascend to Catrigg Force and walk across the higher moorland fells, before returning to Settle.   

HighlightCatrigg Force waterfall is a real hidden gem, situated in a deep wooded ravine. 

 

Option 3 - Ribblesdale Circuit

Distance: 11½ miles (19km) 

Total ascent: 2,000 feet (600m) 

In SummaryA longer circuit of Ribblesdale from Settle. We first explore the west side of the valley as we cross the hills to the hamlet of Feizor. We return via the Hoffman lime kilns and Catrigg Force. 

HighlightEnjoy views of Ingleborough as we explore this quintessential Dales' landscape. 

 


Option 1 - Around Malham

Distance: 7 miles (11.5km) 

Ascent: 1,000 feet (320m) 

In SummaryWe ascend gradually up to Malham Tarn and return to Malham via the impressive Gordale Scar and beautiful Janet's Foss waterfall. 

Highlight: The huge natural ampitheatre of Malham Cove is always an impressive sight.

 

Option 2 - Moor above Malham

Distance: 10 miles (16km) 

Total ascent: 1,850 feet (560m) 

In SummaryWalk via Janet’s Foss waterfall to view Gordale Scar before heading onto the moor. We walk as far as the shores of Malham Tarn before descending via the Cove and complete our circular walk in Malham village.  

Highlight: Step onto the limestone pavement atop Malham Cove and soak up the panoramic view ahead over Malhamdale.

 

Option 3 - Gordale & Malham Tarn

Distance: 12½ miles (20.5km) 

Ascent: 1,900 feet (600m) 

In Summary: After passing Janet’s Foss waterfall, we visit Gordale Scar before heading up on to Malham Moor with views of limestone pavements. We continue past Great Close Scar and join the Pennine Way north of Malham Tarn, returning to Malham via the Cove. 

Highlight: A truly memorable day as we step onto the limestone pavement atop Malham Cove and soak up the panoramic view ahead over Malhamdale. 

 


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - The Pennine Way

Distance: 8 miles (12.5km)

Ascent: 750 feet (220m)

In Summary: This circular walk follows the Pennine Way south to Gargrave. From here we follow an old green lane to reach Haw Crag.

Highlight: An opportunity to climb Haw Crag (677 feet), which you can see from the house.

Option 2 - Gargrave and Haw Crag

Distance: 9.5 miles (15.5km)

Ascent: 850 feet (260m)

In summary: Our circular walk takes us south of Newfield Hall through undulating scenery to the village of Gargrave. We follow the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, before returning via an old Green Lane.

Highlight: A pleasant stroll by Eshton Beck and along the canal towpath where we will see Gargrave Locks. 

Option 3 - Gargrave and Canal Locks

Distance: 13.5 miles (22km)

Ascent: 1,200 feet (380m)

In summary: This walk follows a similar route as option 2 and continues south west of Gargrave along the canal to Priest Holme Changeline Bridge, and then returning along the Pennine Way to Newfield Hall.

Highlight: An opportunity to view several locks on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal and enjoy great views to the north of Gargrave.


Option 1 - Linton to Grassington

Distance: 7 miles (11km) 

Ascent: 700 feet (200m) 

In SummaryEnjoy great views of Wharfedale as you walk from Linton through the charming villages of Thorpe and Burnsall. We'll then follow the Dales Way along the river, past Linton Falls to Grassington. 

HighlightExplore the unique 12th Century church in Linton and look out for Linton Falls - the largest waterfall on the River Wharfe. 

 

Option 2 - Conistone Dib

Distance: 9½ miles (15.5km) 

Total ascent: 1,300 feet (400m) 

In SummaryA horseshoe walk around Wharfedale. We first head up the western side of the valley past the impressive limestone outcrop of Conistone Dib. After crossing the river walk through more rugged scenery with a short scramble up Cornistone Dib, then follow the Dales Way to Grassington. 

HighlightOur walk ends in the traditional Yorkshire village of Grassington with its cobbled streets, shops and tea rooms. 

 

Option 3 - Rylstone Ridge

Distance: 12 miles (19km) 

Total ascent: 1,700 feet (520m) 

In SummaryFrom the delightful village of Linton, we pass the villages of Cracoe and Rlystone before ascending to the Rylstone-Cracoe ridge for fine views towards Malhamdale. The descent from the ridge takes in Thorpe and Linton Falls, before completing the walk in Grassington.

HighlightA close-up view of Rylstone Cross and Cracoe Obelisk on the ridge above Newfield Hall.

 


Option 1 - Malham Cove Highlights

Distance: 7 miles (11.5km) 

Total ascent: 1,250 feet (380m) 

In SummarySee the key sights of Malham including Janet’s Foss waterfall and Gordale Scar. We ascend gradually up the Watlowes dry river valley and return to Malham via the Cove. 

Highlight: Explore the geological wonders of Malhamdale and its textbook collection of limestone pavements, dry valleys and sinkholes.

 

Option 2 - Malham Tarn

Distance:  miles (15.5km) 

Total ascent: 1,500 feet (480m)

In SummaryWalk via Janet’s Foss waterfall to view Gordale Scar before heading onto Malham Moor. We reach a high point at Nappa Cross and complete our circular in Malham village. 

Highlight: The huge natural ampitheatre of Malham Cove is always an impressive sight. Discover the river emerging from the base of the cliff, and watch rock climbers scaling the sheer face.

 

Option 3 - Gordale & Nappa Cross

Distance: 12½ miles (20km) 

Total ascent: 2,300 feet (700m) 

In SummaryAfter visiting Janet’s Fosses and Gordale Scar, we ascend to the shores of Malham Tarn before travelling west for fine views from Nappa Cross and then descend into Malham via Watlowes and Malham Cove. 

HighlightA truly memorable day as we step onto the limestone pavement atop Malham Cove and soak up the panoramic view ahead over Malhamdale.

 


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - Kirkby Malham Circular

Distance: 7 miles (11km) 

Ascent: 700 feet (200m) 

In Summary: This circular walk takes us through the village of Calton before joining the Pennine Way t take us to the medieval church at Kirkby Malham. We then cross open countryside to reach the 17th century village of Airton before returning by lanes and fields.  

Highlight: Discover plenty of historical interest including an 18th century watermill, the Cathedral of the Dales’ at Kirkby Malham and the curious story of a watery grave.

Option 2 - Malham via the Pennine Way

Distance: 10.5 miles (16.5km)

Ascent: 1,100 feet (340m)

In Summary: Discover the beautiful countryside as we walk along the Pennine Way through Malhamdale to reach the village of Malham. We return via the villages of Kirkby Malham and Airton.

Highlight: Enjoy views of Malham Cove and walk past Aire Head Spring where the river resurges from underground.

Option 3 - Malhamdale via the Pennine Way

Distance: 12 miles (19km)

Ascent: 1,550 feet (460m)

In summary: This route initially takes a similar route to Option 2, then after Kirkby Malham Village we follow the Pennine way towards Malham before visiting the iconic Janet’s Foss & Malham Cove. We return through Malham Village and return south along the Pennine Way.

Highlight: Discover more about the fascinating geology of Malhamdale from the famous limestone pavement and the classic limestone landscapes above Malham.


Option 1 - Linton to Grassington

Distance: 5½ miles (8.5km)

Ascent: 600 feet (180m)

In Summary: Walk from the pretty village of Linton through the tranquil countryside of Wharfedale to the village of Hebden. We then continue along the Dales Way, past Linton Falls to picturesque Grassington.

Highlight: There is ample time to explore the cobbled streets, shops and tea rooms of Grassington; a traditional Yorkshire village. 

 

Option 2 - Villages of Wharfedale

Distance: 7 miles (11km) 

Ascent: 700 feet (220m)

In Summary: Enjoy great views of Wharfedale as you walk from Linton through the charming villages of Thorpe and Burnsall. We then take the Dales Way before continuing our walk past Linton Falls to Grassington.

Highlight: Explore the unique 12th Century church in Linton and look out for Linton Falls - the largest waterfall on the River Wharfe. 

 

Option 3 - Wharfedale and the Dales Way

Distance: 9½ miles (15.5km) 

Ascent: 1,300 feet (400m) 

In Summary: A wonderful horseshoe walk around Wharfedale. We first head up the western side of the valley past the impressive limestone outcrop of Conistone Dib. After crossing the river walk through more rugged scenery with a short scramble up Cornistone Dib, then follow the Dales Way to Grassington.

Highlight: Our walk ends in the traditional Yorkshire village of Grassington with its cobbled streets, shops and tea rooms. 

 


Option 1 - Malham Cove

Distance: 6 miles (9.5km) 

Ascent: 1,050 feet (320m) 

In Summary: Visit Janet’s Foss waterfall the impressive Gordale Scar before heading along a section of the Dales High Way to the impressive Malham Cove and the Watlowes dry river valley. We descend back into Malham where there will be time for a drink in one of the pubs or cafes. 

Highlight: Explore the geological wonders of Malhamdale and its textbook collection of limestone pavements, dry valleys and sinkholes.

 

Option 2 - Exploring Malham

Distance: 10 miles (15.5km)

Ascent: 1,550 feet (480m) 

In Summary: Our morning walk takes us to Janet's Foss and Gordale Scar, we then head up onto the Moor to view beautiful Malham Tarn before descending via Watlowes and the famous Cove.

Highlight: The huge natural ampitheatre of Malham Cove is always an impressive sight. Discover the river emerging from the base of the cliff, and watch rock climbers scaling the sheer face.

 

Option 3 - Limestone above Malham

Distance: 10½ miles (17km)

Ascent: 2,100 feet (640m) 

In Summary: Walk via Janet’s Foss waterfall and then ascend up onto Malham Moor. We skirt Malham Tarn before gradually ascending to our high point of the day, Nappa Cross. Descending via the limestone tops of Malham Cove we reach the village of Malham where we end our walk.

Highlight: Step onto the limestone pavement atop Malham Cove and soak up the panoramic view ahead over Malhamdale.

 


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - Calton & Winterburn

Distance: 7.5 miles (12km)

Ascent: 800 feet (260m)

In summary: This circular walk starts by going past Calton Hall, then exploring the hamlet of Calton. Tracks and field paths lead to the Winterburn Reservoir dam, then on through the hamlet of Winterburn. We return to Newfield Hall via field paths and lanes.

Highlight: Learn how the area has connections to Oliver Cromwell, with the fascinating history of Calton Hall.

Option 2 - Winterburn & Reservoir

Distance: 10 miles (16.5km) 

Ascent:  1,000 feet (300m)

In summary: After taking lanes through Calton village, tracks and field paths lead us to the lane past the hamlet of Winterburn. From a high moorland path, we glimpse Winterburn Reservoir below before descending to cross Hetton Common Beck and returning by field paths and lanes.

Highlight: Built to supply water to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, Winterburn Reservoir is now a good spot to look for a range of birds.

Option 3 - Weets Top and Winterburn

Distance: 12 miles (19km)

Ascent: 1,400 feet (420m)

In summary: After passing through the hamlet of Calton, a steady climb leads over moorland to Weets Top. We then drop down over moor on the Dales High Way to Winterburn Reservoir passing near to the hamlet of Winterburn before continuing across field paths and on lanes to return to Newfield Hall.

Highlight: Superb views can be had of the Malham Mastiff as well as the surrounding area from the trig point at Weets Top.


Option 1 - The Pennine Way

Distance: 8 miles (12.5km)

Ascent: 750 feet (220m)

In Summary: This circular walk follows the Pennine Way south to Gargrave. From here we follow an old green lane to reach the trig point on Haw Crag before descending back to Newfield Hall.

Highlight: An opportunity to climb Haw Crag (677 feet), which you can see from the house.

Option 2 - Gargrave and Haw Crag

Distance: 9.5 miles (15.5km)

Ascent: 850 feet (260m)

In summary: Our circular walk takes us south of Newfield Hall through undulating scenery to the village of Gargrave where we follow the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, before returning via an old green lane and Haw Crag.

Highlight: A pleasant stroll by Eshton Beck and along the canal towpath where we will see the Gargrave locks. 

Option 3 - Gargrave and Canal Locks

Distance: 13.5 miles (22km)

Ascent: 1,200 feet (380m)

In summary: This walk follows a similar route as option 2 and continues south west of Gargrave along the canal to Priest Holme Changeline Bridge, and then returning along the Pennine Way to Newfield Hall.

Highlight: An opportunity to view several locks on the Leeds-Liverpool Canal and enjoy great views to the north of Gargrave.


Option 1 - Kirkby Malham Circular

Distance: 7 miles (11km) 

Ascent: 700 feet (200m) 

In Summary: This circular walk through the village of Calton before joining the Pennine Way to take us to the medieval church at Kirkby Malham. We then cross open countryside to reach the 17th Century village of Airton before returning along the River Aire and Pennine Way. 

Highlight: Discover plenty of historical interest including an 18th century watermill, the Cathedral of the Dales’ at Kirkby Malham and the curious story of a watery grave.

Option 2 - Malham via the Pennine Way

Distance:  10.5 miles (15km)

Ascent: 1,100 feet (340m)

In Summary: Discover the beautiful countryside as we walk along the Pennine Way through Malhamdale to reach the village of Malham. We return via the villages of Kirkby Malham & Airton. 

Highlight: Enjoy views of Malham Cove, and walk past Aire Head Spring where the river resurges from underground.

Option 3 - Malhamdale Classic

Distance: 13½ miles (21.5km)

Ascent: 1,500 feet (480m) 

In Summary: We walk along the River Aire north enjoying stunning scenery of Malhamdale to arrive in Malham Village. From here we take lanes and paths via Water Sinks with views of Malham Cove before descending to iconic Janet's Foss. We return south along the Pennine Way. 

Highlight: Discover more about the fascinating geology of Malhamdale from the Famous Limestone Pavement and view the fabulous limestone pavement and the classic limestone landscapes above Malham.


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


You're welcome to check in from 4pm onwards.


Option 1 - Gaping Gill

Distance: 6 miles (9.5km) 

Ascent: 1,050 feet (320m) 

In SummaryToday’s circular walk starts in the traditional Dales village of Clapham. Pass through the Ingleborough Estate, with an optional guided tour of Ingleborough Cave,and ascend the limestone gorge of Trow Gill to reach the huge pot hole of Gaping Gill. 

HighlightWe'll stop for an optional tour of Ingleborough Cave with its impressive stalactites and stalagmites. 

 

Option 2 - Norber

Distance: 7½ miles (12km) 

Ascent: 1,300 feet (400m)

In SummaryThrough a boulder field of glacial erratics at Norber and onto Thwaite Scars, with views of the Crummackdale, this walk peaks at Gaping Gill. We return through the Ingleborough estate. 

HighlightGaping Gill is awe-inspiring in its scale. This huge pot hole drops 100 metres into a cavern large enough to fit York Minster. 

 

Option 3 - Ingleborough

Distance: 10½ miles (17.5km) 

Ascent: 2,100 feet (640m) 

In SummaryWalk from Clapham, over limestone pavements, to the summit of Ingleborough. Our descent route takes us via Gaping Gill to Clapham. 

HighlightThe distinctive shape of Ingleborough, one of the Three Peaks, dominates the landscape. There's a great view from the top over the Yorkshire Dales towards the Lake District. 

 


Option 1 - Ribblesdale

Distance: 7 miles (11.5km) 

Ascent: 800 feet (240m) 

In SummaryExplore the attractive village of Langcliffe before heading north to Catrigg Force and the villlage of Stainforth. We shall visit the Hoffman lime kiln and follow the River Ribble past Stainforth Force to Settle. 

HighlightSettle is a picturesque market town, first chartered in 1249 and famous for the Settle-Carlisle railway.  

Option 2 - Above Settle

Distance: 9 miles (14km) 

Ascent: 1,200 feet (380m) 

In SummaryA circular walk from Settle visits the Hoffman lime kiln near Stainforth. We then ascend to Catrigg Force and walk across the higher moorland fells, before returning to Settle.   

HighlightCatrigg Force waterfall is a real hidden gem, situated in a deep wooded ravine. 

 

Option 3 - Ribblesdale Circuit

Distance: 11½ miles (19km) 

Total ascent: 2,000 feet (600m) 

In SummaryA longer circuit of Ribblesdale from Settle. We first explore the west side of the valley as we cross the hills to the hamlet of Feizor. We return via the Hoffman lime kilns and Catrigg Force. 

HighlightEnjoy views of Ingleborough as we explore this quintessential Dales' landscape. 

 


Option 1 - Around Malham

Distance: 7 miles (11.5km) 

Ascent: 1,000 feet (320m) 

In SummaryWe ascend gradually up to Malham Tarn and return to Malham via the impressive Gordale Scar and beautiful Janet's Foss waterfall. 

Highlight: The huge natural ampitheatre of Malham Cove is always an impressive sight.

 

Option 2 - Moor above Malham

Distance: 10 miles (16km) 

Total ascent: 1,850 feet (560m) 

In SummaryWalk via Janet’s Foss waterfall to view Gordale Scar before heading onto the moor. We walk as far as the shores of Malham Tarn before descending via the Cove and complete our circular walk in Malham village.  

Highlight: Step onto the limestone pavement atop Malham Cove and soak up the panoramic view ahead over Malhamdale.

 

Option 3 - Gordale & Malham Tarn

Distance: 12½ miles (20.5km) 

Ascent: 1,900 feet (600m) 

In Summary: After passing Janet’s Foss waterfall, we visit Gordale Scar before heading up on to Malham Moor with views of limestone pavements. We continue past Great Close Scar and join the Pennine Way north of Malham Tarn, returning to Malham via the Cove. 

Highlight: A truly memorable day as we step onto the limestone pavement atop Malham Cove and soak up the panoramic view ahead over Malhamdale. 

 


Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before making your way home. 


Newfield Hall

Situated close to Malham in South Yorkshire’s portion of the famous Dales, Newfield Hall offers country-pile atmosphere amid beautiful rural surroundings. A grand country house, this stately, storied property retains many of its original nineteenth century features, from the grand entrance to the sweeping staircase inside. The Hall has 48 bedrooms, as well as two cosy lounges and an elegant bar, providing guests with a laid-back and unstuffy retreat with a generous sprinkling of style. The Dales and countryside on the doorstep are a rambler’s paradise, with easy access to Malham Cove and its deeply indented limestone pavement, Gordale Scar and Pen y Ghent as well as the pretty villages of Grassington and Kettlewell.

 

Need to know

Important Covid-19 steps we have taken for guest safety: Please Read

Following the relaxation in government guidance on 19 July, we are continuing to take extra steps to keep our guests leaders, and staff safe in our HF country houses. We ask all our guests to respect the measures put in place.

The English, Scottish and Welsh governments are not in sync, so measures in our country houses will vary between the nations. With the relaxation of social distancing in England, from 19 July we will be allowing larger groups to dine and relax in the bar together. However, we will still give guests space e.g. we will seat 6 people at a table where pre-pandemic we may have seated 8. We will ensure our public rooms are well ventilated by opening doors and windows wherever possible. If you have any concerns about distancing, please speak to the House Manager. The government recommendation for England is to wear face coverings in crowded areas.

In Scotland and Wales physical distancing is still in place so this will be adhered to indoors and outdoors. Guests will need to wear face masks in public areas except when eating and drinking. The Scottish and Welsh governments are reviewing their guidance in August and we will adapt our measures in line with any updated guidance at this time.

As a temporary measure, we will not be servicing rooms during a stay. Extra tea, coffee, milk, and toiletries will be made available on request for all guests. It is recommended that guests bring their own toiletries for the duration of their stay. We will though be increasing the frequency of cleaning in our public areas providing particular attention to frequently touched items including door handles and handrails.

For now, there is no cream tea on arrival day. Menus for the week will be available in your room on arrival. A self-service breakfast will be served from 7.45am – 9am. Picnic lunches will now be pre-ordered the night before from an order form in the room. Evening meals will be table service. A dinner order form will be available in each room for completion. Dinner is served at either 7.15pm or 7.30pm. Please check at the house for details. The bar will be open. We will be offering a table service but guests can also come to the bar to order (depending on local restrictions).

At this time the evening social programme has been replaced by individual or small group walks talks which allow guests to talk through the following day’s walk options with leaders. All of our swimming pools have opened as planned, except for Brecon and Glen Coe, which have delayed pool re-openings. Swimming pools are being operated in line with guidance provided by Swim England.

For more information and to see all the steps taken, visit our page on how house stays will be adapted.

Rooms

Tea & coffee-making facilities, TV, Hairdryer, Toiletries, Wi-Fi

Stay in one of the main building’s beautifully presented rooms or in the tastefully converted Courtyard rooms, which have been reimagined as pretty bedrooms, where pops of mustard contrast with the blue and teal furnishings. With 48 bright and well-appointed rooms, Newfield Hall is one of our largest properties and there’s a range of Good, Better and Best rooms to choose from: we love rooms 3 and 6, both of which are large corner rooms containing original features, with large bay windows overlooking the gardens and beyond the pristine farmland, hills, and yes, dales, of this picturesque pocket of Yorkshire: make use of the telescope trained through the window of Room 6 to scour the countryside for trails to explore.

All ‘Good’ rooms are ensuite and furnished to a high standard. There are also several ‘Better’ and ‘Best’ Rooms that are either larger or have a desirable view, a more luxurious mattress and larger television – upgrade your stay for just an extra £15-25 per person per night. You can choose a specific room for an extra £30 per room, subject to availability. Upgrade supplements still apply.

Facilities

Free Wi-Fi, boot room and drying room, walled garden, putting green, heated indoor swimming pool, multi-purpose activity room, ballroom, library and board games to borrow

After a day exploring, return to the house and its specially tailored walkers’ facilities. Once settled, stroll the large gardens and gaze out over the Yorkshire Dales, or try your hand on the putting green. Slip in to the heated indoor swimming pool to soak while still being able to look out over the gardens. Make use of the activity room or simply retreat to one of the lounges: grab a book and curl up in the stylish Ingleborough Lounge or pull up a chair and challenge someone to cards and board games in the smart Pen-y-Ghent Lounge. Stop in the Heritage Room for inspiration at our helpful Discovery Point and look out for our founder T A Leonard’s boots, long since retired and sat on the mantlepiece. Pop in to the stylish bar before dinner for a pint of excellent local ale or a favourite gin, pausing to admire the maps set into the bar itself, and retire there later to strike up conversation with other guests and swap stories of your adventures in the Dales.

Food & Drink

As at all our country houses, holidays are full board, from afternoon tea served as a welcome treat through that evening’s meal to a hearty breakfast on the day of departure. Lunch is a chance to stock up on our famous picnic snacks. Food at Newfield Hall is varied and eclectic but has a strong emphasis on ingredients from the area and seasonal produce. Once a week the dining room hosts a Local Food Night, when, over a sociable evening, you might tuck in to locally sourced river trout, served with wild garlic oil and sautéed samphire, enjoy Yorkshire lamb three ways or try the Yorkshire tea and smoked Wensleydale souffle with wild mushrooms. Cap it all with a trio of Yorkshire parkin, Yorkshire pudding and Yorvdale dairy ice cream for a feast of regional flavours.

Accessibility

For accessibility and assistance information, please contact our expert team on 020 3974 8865 or view the accessibility information online for Newfield Hall

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Essential Information

“There’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong type of clothing!” goes the adage. Come prepared for all eventualities and you’ll walk in comfort as well as safety. Britain’s famous for its changeable weather, so here’s our advice on what to wear and bring.

Essentials

  • Waterproof walking boots providing ankle support and good grip.
  • A waterproof jacket and over-trousers
  • Gloves and a warm hat (it can be chilly at any time of the year)
  • Rucksack
  • Water bottle (at least 1 litre capacity)
  • A small torch (everywhere in winter, year round in mountains)
  • Sun hat and sunscreen
    Denim jeans and waterproof capes are not suitable on any walks.

Recommended

  • Several layers of clothing, which can be added or removed
  • Specialist walking socks to avoid blisters.
  • A first aid kit inc plasters– your leader’s first aid kit doesn’t contain any medication
  • Sit mat (insulated pad to sit on when you stop for a break)

You might also want

  • Walking poles, particularly useful for descents.
  • Insect repellent
  • Flask for hot drinks
  • Rigid lunch box
  • Gaiters
  • Blister kit (eg Compeed) just in case
  • Waterproof rucksack liner

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All holidays are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.
Prices based on two people sharing. Supplements may apply.
Non-member fee: £30 per person.

Holiday Prices

Date (Start - End) Nights Itinerary Price Status Trip Notes Book
2021
02 Aug - 06 Aug 2021
4 Version 1 £575 Available Trip Notes Book Now
16 Aug - 20 Aug 2021
4 Version 2 £575 Available Trip Notes Book Now
06 Sep - 10 Sep 2021
4 Version 2 £575 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
13 Sep - 17 Sep 2021
4 Version 1 £575 Available Trip Notes Book Now
20 Sep - 24 Sep 2021
4 Version 2 £575 Available Trip Notes Book Now
27 Sep - 01 Oct 2021
4 Version 1 £539 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
08 Nov - 12 Nov 2021
4 Version 3 £469 £419 Save £50 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
04 Dec - 08 Dec 2021
4 Version 3 £469 £419 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
13 Dec - 17 Dec 2021
4 Version 3 £469 £319 Save £150 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
2022
31 Jan - 04 Feb 2022
4 Version 3 £495 £425 Save £70 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
07 Feb - 11 Feb 2022
4 Version 3 £495 £425 Save £70 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
28 Mar - 01 Apr 2022
4 Version 3 £495 £465 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
04 Apr - 08 Apr 2022
4 Version 1 £495 £425 Save £70 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
15 Apr - 19 Apr 2022
4 Version 2 £575 £515 Save £60 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
02 May - 06 May 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £569 Save £40 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
09 May - 13 May 2022
4 Version 2 £609 Available Trip Notes Book Now
16 May - 20 May 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
30 May - 03 Jun 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
06 Jun - 10 Jun 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
13 Jun - 17 Jun 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £579 Save £30 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
27 Jun - 01 Jul 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £569 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
25 Jul - 29 Jul 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £569 Save £40 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
08 Aug - 12 Aug 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £569 Save £40 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
15 Aug - 19 Aug 2022
4 Version 1 £609 £569 Save £40 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
12 Sep - 16 Sep 2022
4 Version 2 £609 £569 Save £40 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
24 Oct - 28 Oct 2022
4 Version 2 £575 £515 Save £60 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
31 Oct - 04 Nov 2022
4 Version 1 £495 £425 Save £70 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
07 Nov - 11 Nov 2022
4 Version 3 £495 £425 Save £70 Per Person Trip Notes Book Now
05 Dec - 09 Dec 2022
4 Version 3 £495 £425 Unavailable to Book Unavailable Trip Notes
Duration:
4 nights
Type:
Guided Walking
Walking Grade:
2 & 3

4 nights from £469pp £319pp

UK 2022: Save up to £70 pp

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