Guided Walking for Solos at Malhamdale
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Hills & moorland
Difficulty is measured on many factors such as distance, ascent/descent, terrain, weather and more. There's no magic formula, but from our experience we use yellow for easy, orange for medium and red for hard. Challenger holidays require a high level of fitness and stamina.
Country walking is a great way to meet new friends, and the convivial atmosphere of our Country Houses will make sure you have an enjoyable time.
- Superb Yorkshire Dales location with the most extensive limestone landscape in Britain
- Visit the awesome Malham Cove, challenging Gordale Scar or the more intimate Janet’s Foss waterfall
- Close to Skipton, Bronte country and the home of the Calendar Girls
Great reasons to join us
- For Solos: no single room charge and double rooms are available at no extra cost. Twin rooms are also available for sole occupancy at a special reduced price of £10 per night
- Exclusivity: we welcome individual travellers on all of our holidays, but on Guided Walking for Solos the entire holiday is especially for single guests
- Great value: all prices include Full Board en-suite accommodation, a full programme of walks with all transport to and from the walks, and light-hearted evening activities
- Choice: choose from up to 3 guided walks each walking day, with expert guides
- Accommodation: stay in this grand 19th century Country House with a heated indoor swimming pool
- Sociability: we pride ourselves on the social atmosphere of our holidays - walk together, eat together and relax together
Retaining its 19th century grandeur Newfield Hall is our most stately Country House. With excellent accommodation and facilities it is also our most popular location for walking and leisure activity holidays.
Newfield Hall has 48 bedrooms located either in the main building or in the tastefully converted coach house.
Our classic bedrooms offer comfortable accommodation and an en-suite bathroom with bath or shower. They also have TV, hairdryer, and tea and coffee making facilities. Single rooms are available for an extra £8 per night.
You can enjoy extra space or exceptional views plus additional facilities including a towelling robe and complimentary slippers when you upgrade to a premium bedroom. Premium rooms are available at just £5 extra per person per night.
If you are travelling with your family, we have a selection of 3 and 4-bedded family bedrooms. These have all the facilities of our classic rooms plus full sized twin or double beds for adults and bunk beds or occasional beds for children.
All our Country Houses are tailored to the needs of walkers and outdoor enthusiasts and have excellent boot and drying rooms.
Newfield Hall is one of our largest Country Houses, and the grand entrance hall and main staircase is one of the most striking features.
There are two lounges and a bar which provide comfortable spaces for relaxation. The new dining room and adjacent ballroom are both very attractive and can be used for larger functions.
A multi-purpose activity room can either be used as a painting studio, or as a games room with table tennis. There is also a range of board games and books.
Free WiFi is available in some public rooms.
The heated indoor swimming pool is very popular with our guests.
Newfield Hall has extensive gardens with views of the Yorkshire Dales. Outside there is a walled garden and putting green.
All holidays at our Country Houses are Full Board with all meals included, from dinner on arrival to breakfast on the day of your departure.
Start your day with our extensive breakfast. Choose from a wide selection on the cold buffet and/or a full cooked breakfast. Maybe enjoy a lighter option of fruit and yoghurt followed by scrambled egg, go for porridge followed by a full English breakfast, or select something in between.
Choose from our famous self-select picnic lunches - everything you need to keep you going on a day outdoors. Your own choice of sandwiches is prepared to order, and you can add crisps and snacks, fruit, nuts, chocolate bars, sweets and biscuits as you wish.
Our house-based Leisure Activities include an in-house lunch (generally soup, sandwiches etc).
The relaxed dinner is a highlight of any stay at our Country Houses. With tables seating up to 10 and no seating plan, it offers a great opportunity to get to know your fellow guests. There is always a choice of dishes for every course, featuring good British cooking and often local specialities. A vegetarian option is always available.
All our Country Houses have a well-stocked bar serving local beers, wine and spirits.
Guided Walking: enjoy a glass of wine or local beer in the bar before a talk about the next day's walks. After dinner there will be an activity or entertainment which you will be welcome to join. These vary from week to week but could include a talk talk on local history from a visiting speaker or a team quiz. Alternatively if you prefer, feel free to just relax in our lounge or bar.
Leisure Activities: many of our Leisure Activities holidays continue into the evening with programmed sessions. Other holidays will have the evenings free, and you will be welcome to join in other social activities that may be happening in the house.
Family holidays: our activity leaders are on hand to organise children’s activities and games for younger children before dinner. These could include rounders, outdoor games, or crafts. After dinner there are further activities for the whole family.
Self-Guided Walking: there may be evening social activities happening in the house during your holiday, and you will be most welcome to join in. However, not all self-guided holidays will have evening activities available – if these are important to you, please check before booking.
Newfield Hall is fully accessible to wheelchair users and has a bedroom specifically designed for wheelchair access.
Arrival & car parking facilities
- On arrival there is a long driveway with one speed bump on entering a large car park, with a lower level parking area sloping at approx. 20 degrees up to main parking area
- The surface of the car park is tarmac, with marked parking bays
- The House fronts directly onto the car park
- It is possible to load and unload cars directly at the front door
- Assistance can be provided with luggage
Main entrance & reception
- Main entrance has 2 steps, each step being 15cm high and a short porch (with one step of 15cm high), which leads to the front door, (3¾ft wide)
- There is a permanent wheelchair ramp (5¼ft wide) to the left hand side of the entrance way, providing access to the porch. A temporary ramp can then be provided to allow access in through the front door
- After entering the house, all the facilities are available without encountering any further steps
- The flooring is tile / short pile carpet
Public areas - hall, stairs, landing, corridors etc
- All internal doors are fire doors and they are all 97cm wide (except where separate measurements have been given)
- The minimum width of the corridor is 10½ft
- The staircase to the upper bedrooms is 5ft wide. In total there are 29 steps, each being 6 inches high
Public areas - sitting room, lounges, lobbies etc
There are two large lounges with wooden fire doors. Short pile carpet flooring and good lighting throughout. The size of the lounges:
- Whernside lounge 17ft x 23ft
- Inglebrough lounge 30ft x 20ft
- Pen-y-Ghent room 29ft x 18ft
- There is one public toilet on the ground floor available from the entrance hall with no steps
- Toilet seat height is 41cm, the basin is 82cm high with no underspace and with 2 taps
- There are 2 toilets in the swimming pool changing rooms, again with no steps
Dining room & bar
- From the entrance hall, there is a 320 cm wide corridor leading to the dining room. Door width 92cm
- There are no steps to the dining room
- Seats and tables are movable. The tables are round with 4 legs. Each table is 76cm high
- All meals served are with waitress service.
- Special diets catered for, but should be advised pre or on arrival
- Indoor swimming pool and the changing rooms are directly off the function room, accessed from the entrance hall down a corridor, which is 3ft 2 inches wide.
- The floor in the changing room is tiled
- Access to the shower in the changing room is over a step of 7cm in height
- The width of the door to the pool is 87cm
- Within the pool area, there is 1 alarm, a rescue hook and 2 life buoys
- The size of the pool is 16ft x 25ft
- Room 15 has been specifically designed for wheelchair users.
- This room is off the main entrance hall on the ground floor, approximately 12m from the permanent ramp
- Access is through two doors, each 90cm wide
- One double bed and one single bed. Both beds are 60cm high
- Available floor space is 2m x 2m
- All bedding is non feather and the flooring is short pile carpet
- All furniture is easily movable
- Bathroom door width is 90cm, level entry
- Toilet height is 45cm with 1 vertical hand rail and 1 pull down horizontal hand rail
- Level entry shower, designed for wheelchair users. Support rail and pull down shower seat, which is 50cm high and 32cm x 32cm in seat area
- Basin height is 73cm with underspace
- Available floor space in the bathroom is 2m x 2m
- The rest of the rooms are a mixture of singles, twins and doubles
- The rooms are located either in the main house or in the tastefully converted coach houses, both on the ground floor and the first floor
- All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, most with shower. A few rooms have a bath
Grounds and gardens
- There is well lit access to the patio area through double doors from the dining room / function room with no steps
- Ramp from the patio to gain access to the grounds
- Garden is level in most parts, with a few steps. Mainly grass with plenty of wooden seats
- Fire procedure is displayed in each room and explained to guests on arrival. Guests requiring assistance at an evacuation are identified at this time and door hanger cards are issued
- Mobile phone reception is generally good from the main building
- Assistance dogs accompanying visually or hearing impaired guests are welcome; dogs must be kept on a lead or harness at all times
- Information can be provided in large print
- Staff have received disability awareness training
- Special diets can be catered for. Specialist food can be obtained with prior notice
- Hired equipment can be arranged for your stay with prior notice
- Fridge for medication can be supplied
Our experienced guides offer the choice of up to three different walks each day – you can choose an Easier Walk one day and switch to a Harder Walk the next.
We’ve a fantastic selection of walks for 2016 - see below. Please check back here in November for any variations for our 2017 holidays.
Group A: Wharfedale, Simon’s Seat and Bolton Abbey
Easier Walk: Leaving Appletreewick, we follow the River Wharfe, passing Barden Tower, the ruins of a 15th century fortified hunting lodge and The Strid, a dangerous fast flowing river in a narrow ravine. We finish at the village of Bolton Abbey, dominated by the 12th century priory ruins. 7 miles (11km) with 600 feet (180m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: From Appletreewick we visit the limestone gorge of Trollers Gill, descending to the River Wharfe near Howgill and following part of the Dales Way past The Strid to end at Bolton Abbey. 10 miles (16km) with 1,200 feet (360m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: We head to Trollers Gill and High Skyreholme village before going on high moor to the superb viewpoint, Simon’s Seat. We cross Barden Fell and through the Valley of Desolation to follow the river to Bolton Abbey. 11 miles (18km) with 1,500 feet (450m) of ascent.
Group B: Malham Moor, Tarn and Cove
Easier Walk: From Malham we walk north to Malham Tarn, with splendid views down the Watlowes Valley. We continue to Water Sinks and Tarn Foot, to the top of Malham Cove and return past Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss waterfall. 7 miles (11km) with 1,000 feet (300m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: Starting in Malham we pass Janet’s Foss to see Gordale Scar before heading onto Malham Moor and Water Sinks. Our highest point of the day is Nappa Cross before we return to Malham via Malham Cove. 10 miles (16km) with 1,800 feet (540m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: After passing Janet’s Foss we reach today’s highlight – an exhilarating easy scramble up Gordale Scar to reach open ground with excellent views. We continue past Great Close Scar and join the Pennine Way north of Malham Tarn, returning to Malham via the Cove. Short hands-and-feet scramble up Gordale Scar involves crossing the beck; waterproof walking boots are recommended. 12 miles (19km) with 1,600 feet (480m) of ascent.
Group C: Airton and the River Aire
Easier Walk: We walk along quiet lanes to the hamlet of Calton then cross pastures to the River Aire and Airton. We follow an ancient lane south to Bell Busk, ascend fields to the rocky outcrop of Haw Crag, and return to Newfield Hall across Eshton Moor. 8 miles (13km) with 700 feet (210m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: After Calton and Airton we visit Kirkby Malham with its 15th century church – ‘the Cathedral of the Dales’. We then follow field paths to Malham and the River Aire before returning on the Pennine Way. 9 miles (14.5km) with 1,100 feet (330m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: We walk to Calton and then ascend the moor to the superb viewpoint of Weets Top. We descend Hanlith Moor and follow the River Aire to Malham, before returning alongside the River Aire via Kirkby Malham. 13 miles (21km) with 1,700 feet (510m) of ascent.
Group D: Through Ribblesdale to Settle
Easier Walk: We explore the attractive village of Langcliffe before heading north to Catrigg Force and descending into Stainforth. After visiting the 1873 Hoffman lime kiln we follow the River Ribble into Settle, a picturesque market town first chartered in 1249 and famous for the Settle-Carlisle railway. 7 miles (11km) with 800 feet (240m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: A circular walk from Settle, we cover the same route as the Easier Walk but in reverse, visiting the Hoffman lime kiln before ascending to Catrigg Force, the higher fells and returning to Settle. 9 miles (14.5km) with 1,200 feet (360m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: In addition to the highlights of the Medium and Easier Walks, we also have a hilly loop to visit the hidden village of Feizor, a route often walked by Elgar during visits to Settle. 12 miles (19km) with 2,000 feet (600m) of ascent.
Group E: Clapham, Gaping Gill and Ingleborough
Easier Walk: Today’s circular walk starts in Clapham, a traditional Dales village. We pass through the Ingleborough Estate – with an optional guided tour of Ingleborough Cave – and ascend the limestone gorge of Trow Gill to reach the pothole of Gaping Gill, with its 365 foot drop. 6 miles (9.5km) with 1,100 feet (330m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: We follow the easier route to Gaping Gill, then cross open country and traverse a path below Thwaite Scars, with views of Crummackdale. We visit Norber with its boulder field of glacial erratics – deposits from the last Ice Age. One short section of exposure above Crummackdale. 8 miles (13km) with 1,300 feet (390m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: From Clapham to Sulber, then a gradual ascent of Ingleborough, one of Yorkshire’s Three Peaks. We return to Clapham via Gaping Gill and the Ingleborough Estate. 11 miles (17.5km) with 2,100 feet (640m) of ascent.
Group F: The Dales Way through Wharfedale
Easier Walk: After visiting the unique 12th century Linton church, and Linton village, we follow paths with great views of Wharfedale, passing through Thorpe and Burnsall. Following the Dales Way to picturesque Grassington we pass Linton Falls, the largest waterfall on the River Wharfe. Many stiles between Thorpe and Burnsall. 7 miles (11km) with 700 feet (210m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: After exploring picturesque Linton, we cross Malham Moor and the River Wharfe to Conistone, with views of Kilnsey Crag. After a short, very easy scramble up Conistone Dib (which can be avoided if necessary), we follow the Dales Way to Grassington. 10 miles (16km) with 1,300 feet (390m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: Starting at Arncliffe in Littondale we cross Old Cote Moor to Starbotton in Wharfedale. We cross the River Wharfe to follow the limestone escarpment to Kettlewell, then follow the Dales Way to Grassington, often described as the ‘capital’ of Upper Wharfedale. 11 miles (17.5km) with 2,000 feet (600m) of ascent.
Group G: Ribblesdale and Pen-y-Ghent
Easier Walk: Our route starts southwest of Pen-y-Ghent and takes us to the hamlet of Feizor before following tracks and paths to the River Ribble and waterfalls at Stainforth. We follow the river along the Ribble Way to reach the famous railway town of Settle. 6 miles (9.5km) with 800 feet (240m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: A lovely circular walk from Horton-in-Ribblesdale, including a section of the Pennine Way and Ribble Way, and ancient tracks. The day offers magnificent views of the Ribblehead Viaduct, the Three Peaks, Crummack Dale and the unique limestone pavements of Moughton Scars. 9 miles (14.5km) with 1,000 feet (300m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: From Stainforth, our main objective is the ascent of Pen-y-Ghent, via Churn Milk Hole and a short, easy scramble. Then the route follows the ridge to Plover Hill, descending over Foxup Moor and crossing Horton Moor to Hull Pot, before joining the Pennine Way to Horton. 10 miles (16km) with 1,900 feet (570m) of ascent.
Group H: The valley of The River Aire
Easier Walk: We follow lanes and field paths to Airton and Warber Hill, with magnificent views over Malham. We descend to Kirkby Malham to visit its 15th century church – ‘the Cathedral of the Dales’ – and return to Newfield Hall along the Pennine Way and River Aire. 6 miles (10km) with 600 feet (180m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: Ascending Eshton Moor on the Pennine Way we reach Friars Head, a 17th century Elizabethan-style house. We continue to the village of Gargrave via the hamlet of Flashby and the towing path of the Leeds-Liverpool canal, before returning on the Pennine Way. 10 miles (16km) with 1,000 feet (300m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: We walk along quiet lanes to Calton then across undulating pastures to Winterburn Reservoir and its wildfowl. We ascend a bridleway to Weets Top, with extensive views of limestone scenery and peaks in the distance. We descend to Hanlith Bridge and return on the Pennine Way. 12 miles (19km) with 1,300 feet (390m) of ascent.
Group I: Upper Wharfedale and Kettlewell
Easier Walk: We follow the River Wharfe upstream to Hubberholme and its ancient church, with a 16th century rood screen and furniture by Robert Thompson – ‘the Mouseman of Kilburn’. We then follow the Dales Way downstream to explore the village of Kettlewell. 8 miles (13km) with 700 feet (210m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: We ascend Buckden Rake to Cray, then descend Cray Gill to Hubberholme. After ascending the hillside for extensive views down the dale, we descend to Starbotton and follow the Dales Way to Kettlewell. 9 miles (14.5km) with 1,400 feet (420m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: We follow the easier route to Hubberholme, then ascend to Scar House, contour round the head of the dale and ascend the summit of Buckden Pike. We then descend to Starbotton and on to Kettlewell. 11 miles (17.5km) with 1,900 feet (570m) of ascent.
Group J: Malham Moor, Tarn and Cove
Easier Walk: From Malham we visit Janet’s Foss waterfall and perhaps view the harder walkers climbing Gordale Scar before we ascend gradually up the Watlowes dry river valley. We return to Malham via the Cove. 7 miles (11km) with 1,300 feet (390m) of ascent.
Medium Walk: From Malham to Janet’s Foss, we view Gordale Scar and ascend Grey Gill, passing through wild country for a fine view of Malham Tarn. We follow the outlet stream to the Watlowes Valley before returning to Malham. Some sections (e.g.limestone at the top of Malham Cove) can be very slippery when wet. 10 miles (16km) with 1,600 feet (480m) of ascent.
Harder Walk: From Malham we pass Janet’s Foss before an easy exhilarating scramble up Gordale Scar. We visit the shores of Malham Tarn before travelling west for fine views from Nappa Cross. We descend into Malham via Watlowes and Malham Cove. Short hands-and-feet scramble up Gordale Scar involves crossing the beck; waterproof boots are recommended. 12 miles (19km) with 2,000 feet (600m) of ascent.
2016 Walking Programmes
7 night holidays: 5 days of walking and a free day on the Monday (unless otherwise stated)
Walks A-E: Fri 8 April; Fri 1 July
Walks F-J: Fri 2 Sept
4 night holidays: 3 days of walking
Walks C, D, E: Mon 11 April; Mon 4 July
Walks H, I, J: Mon 5 Sept
3 night holidays: 2 days of walking
Walks A & B: Fri 8 April; Fri 1 July
Walks F & G: Fri 2 Sept
Terrain and transport
Easier Walks are generally on good, well-graded paths. Medium Walks have moderate gradients and some steeper sections. Harder Walks are over high moorland to rugged summits. On some days the walks start or finish at Newfield Hall; on other days we use hired transport at the start and/or end of the walks. The cost of all transport to and from the walks is included in the price of your holiday.
The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. There is normally a good mix of ages, of new guests and 'regulars' from Britain and overseas. On our Guided Walking for Solos holidays, the holiday is especially for single guests.
In the evenings
Your leaders will inform you about the choice of walks for the next day and answer any questions you may have. After a sociable evening meal you could join in an organised activity such as a quiz or a talk about the local area, relax in the bar or use the Country House facilities.
The Yorkshire Dales contains the quintessential landscape of Northern England. Enjoy the surrounding scenery of green patchwork fields, drystone walls and wild moorland hills.
Newfield Hall sits in rolling open countryside. The nearest village with facilities is Gargrave where there is a pub and shop. The market town of Skipton is about seven miles away. Here you’ll find a full range of facilities including supermarkets, shops, banks, chemists, pubs and cafes.
During your visit to the Newfield Hall you may enjoy visiting the following places of interest:
Just 10 to 15 minutes' drive from Newfield Hall is the dramatic Malham Cove, just one of the iconic limestone sights of the Yorkshire Dales. If you are not visiting the cove as part of your holiday, it's well worth making the short walk from the village.
The market town of Skipton, about 20 minutes' drive from Newfield Hall is a vibrant place to visit. Dominating the the town is its well-preserved medieval castle. www.skiptoncastle.co.uk
Visit the parsonage in Haworth, the home of authors Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë. Many of their most famous works were written here, including Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and the Tenant of Wildfell Hall. Haworth is around 45 minutes' drive from Newfield Hall. www.bronte.org.uk
Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
This preserved steam railway runs from the centre of Keighley to Oxenhope via the ‘Brontë’ village of Haworth. The line is still well-known as the setting for the 1970 film ‘the Railway Children’ and boasts an impressive selection of steam locomotives. Keighley station is around 35 minutes' drive from Newfield Hall. www.kwvr.co.uk
Settle to Carlisle Railway
Ride England’s most scenic railway through the Yorkshire Dales from Hellifield or Settle station. Heading north over the iconic Ribblehead viaduct you could head to the small market town of Appleby, or the border city of Carlisle. www.settle-carlisle.co.uk
This impressive World Heritage Site contains the dramatic ruins of Fountains Abbey, the largest monastic ruins in the country. There is an exhibition of life in the medieval Abbey. Adjacent to the abbey is Studley Royal water garden – England’s most spectacular Georgian water garden.
White Scar Cave
Located near the village of Ingleton, about 40 minutes' drive from Newfield Hall, White Scar is Britain’s longest show cave. The underground tour reveals spectacular caverns, waterfalls and stalactites. www.whitescarcave.co.uk
See the curious formations of Brimham Rocks above the valley of Nidderdale; around an hour's drive from Newfield Hall. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/brimham-rocks
RHS Harlow Carr Garden
Situated near Harrogate, about 50 minutes' from Newfield Hall, are the Royal Horticultural Society's gardens at Harlow Carr. The gardens have been planted to suit the challenging growing conditions of the north. Wander and enjoy the tranquil surroundings. www.rhs.org.uk/gardens/harlow-carr
The spa town of Harrogate has fabulous shopping, fine cuisine and glorious gardens. Visit the Turkish baths & health spa, Royal pump room and museum, Valley gardens and Betty’s tearooms.
Set in 175 acres of parkland near Ripon, just over an hour's drive away, Lightwater Valley has big thrill rides including the ‘Ultimate’, the longest rollercoaster in Europe. The park has over 40 rides and is fantastic fun for all the family. www.lightwatervalley.co.uk
One of Britain’s most attractive historic cities, York is about a 1½ hours' drive from Newfield Hall. Attractions include the city walls, Minster, National Railway Museum, and Yorvik Viking Centre. www.yorkminster.org www.nrm.org.uk or www.jorvik-viking-centre.co.uk
Fountains Abbey image ©National Trust ImagesAndrew Butler
Newfield Hall, Airton, Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 4AA
Let us help you get to Newfield Hall
Our own station transfers: We offer a reduced price taxi transfer between Skipton railway station and Newfield Hall every Friday and Monday. The pickup is at 4.10pm from Skipton railway station. On departure day the transfer will get you back to Skipton station by 9.35am. The transfer is £5 return, but a place must be reserved in advance by calling our Reservations team on 0345 470 7558.
By train: The nearest train station is Skipton. For train times and general rail enquiries visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 03457 484950 (from outside the UK call +44 20 7278 5240).
By car: From the south, follow the A65 from Skipton to Gargrave. Leave the A65 by Eshton Road, signposted to Malham and pass Eshton Hall on the right. Newfield Hall is approx 2½ miles further on, on the right and before the village of Airton. Look out for our sign. A large car park is available in the grounds with free parking.
From the north, exit the M6 at junction 36 and take the A65 towards Skipton. In Coniston Cold village take a sharp left into a narrow road between houses, signposted to St Peters Church and Bell Busk and Malham. Pass under a railway viaduct, then after a mile bear right over a small bridge. After a further mile turn right at the junction, cross the narrow bridge then shortly after turn left through the gateway onto the drive of Newfield Hall. Look out for our sign. A large car park is available in the grounds with free parking.
By taxi: If you can’t meet our station transfer, the 8½ mile journey from Skipton to Newfield Hall can be made by taxi. Taxis cost approx £14 per journey. Every year we negotiate a pre-booked rate for these journeys. Details of our current recommended taxi company and rates will be sent to you with your booking. We recommend pre-booking your taxi and the taxi company will arrange shared taxis wherever possible. The return taxi journey can be arranged on your behalf by the Newfield Hall Manager.
To help you plan your journey, use www.traveline.info
|Date & Rating||Customer Review||HF Holidays says|
16 Sep 2016, 6:53 a.m.
Great company, better booking service but still poor website.
Great walks and food
13 Sep 2016, 2:42 p.m.
A very good company to book for a Guided Walking holiday.
Most enjoyable holiday - excellent House with lovely atmosphere and lovely food. Choice of walks all very good.
13 Sep 2016, 8:15 a.m.
rooms, Food, Service alle very good
all walks exactly what <I wanted
12 Sep 2016, 6:45 p.m.
Just short of excellent.
Again, just short of excellent.
12 Sep 2016, 3:53 p.m.
Helpful and well organised.
Interesting walks,good accommodation and food.
12 Sep 2016, 3:28 p.m.
No review provided
An enjoyable country house setting and atmosphere
12 Sep 2016, 2:17 p.m.
12 Sep 2016, 12:07 p.m.
For me,HF holidays tick a lot of boxes. More Solos only holidays would be welcome.
Good leaders,good staff,good food,good company & good weather so overall a good experience. Please can we have more Solos Guided Walking?
12 Sep 2016, 10:40 a.m.
Good leaders, very good room (38), walks carefully described at briefing, good food, helpful house staff.
12 Sep 2016, 10:28 a.m.
Usual first rate service, booking, paperwork etc.
Very pleased about abolition of single room charge from next year.
My favourite house, great location, walking and walk leaders. Good company and food exceptional.
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Dates & Prices
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|17 Feb 2017||MDBOS - Guided Walking - for Solos - Malhamdale||3||£269.00||£219.00||Book Now|
|17 Feb 2017||MDBOS - Guided Walking - for Solos - Malhamdale||7||£579.00||£479.00||Book Now|
|20 Feb 2017||MDBOS - Guided Walking - for Solos - Malhamdale||4||£349.00||£349.00||Book Now|
|18 Sep 2017||MDBOS - Guided Walking - for Solos - Malhamdale||4||£499.00||£439.00||Book Now|
|26 Nov 2017||MDBOS - Guided Walking - for Solos - Malhamdale||5||£425.00||£425.00||Book Now|
Prices are per person
- Standard single room: (2016) £8 per night; (2017) no supplement
- Premium single room: £15 per night (2017 only)
- Premium twin/double room: (2016) £5 per person per night; (2017) £10 per person per night
- Non-member associate fee: (2016) £5 per person; (2017) £10 per person