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Place to shop
“The famous Wensleydale cheese is made at the factory here. Visitors can watch cheeses being made for a small fee. There is also a tasting room where you can sample the many variety of cheeses ( a “free feed”) as a local farmer described it! There is also a restaurant, cafe and gift shop on site. ”
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Bus Station
“Learn how to make the local cheese, sample the cheese and visit Hawes at the same time”
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Parc
“The highest single drop waterfall in Yorkshire. It was visited by William and Dorothy Wordsworth and painted by JWM Turner. The pub is ancient and has some fantastic old furniture- very atmospheric. ”
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Museum
“A lovely museum with an interesting collection about Dales Life. Gift shop with local products. Small entrance fee”
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Bar
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Campground
“A proper Dales town, traditional markets and lots of pubs and cafes. Very scenic drive via Ribblehead. The museum of Dales Life is worth a visit. 40 minute drive away.”
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Establishment
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Natural Feature
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Boutique de vêtements
Natural Feature
“Famous for its cheese visit Hawes and the Wensleydale cheese factory. Have a walk around Reeth pretty village wonderful scenery. Good for fishing too”
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Postal Code
“The home of "Real Yorkshire Wensleydale". Tasting room, tour, cafe and gift shop. Free parking for 3 hours. ”
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Postal Code
“Watch traditional rope making and purchase some unusual goods made out of rope. www.ropemakers.co.uk/”
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Museum
“Gayle Mill, dating from about 1784, is thought to be the oldest structurally unaltered cotton mill in existence. It is located in the Wensleydale hamlet of Gayle,”
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