Aysgarth North Yorkshire DL8 3TH
If you've seen Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves, you've seen Aysgarth Falls – backdrop for one of the fight scenes as Kevin Costner swashed his buckle in the 1991 pseudo-historical romp. As Dales waterfalls go, they're not so much high and dramatic as wide and picturesque – three separate falls (upper, middle and lower) formed as a series of wide limestone steps in a gorge fashioned by the River Ure. There's a national park centre and large car park, where you can either pick up local walk leaflets, or just follow the signs to the falls viewing areas – the grassy picnic banks and riverside stones are popular picnic places on sunny days. There's a café at the information centre, and another one just over the bridge and up the hill from the car park, plus a pub or two within walking distance – it's one of the Dales' busier beauty spots.
Best Places to stay near Aysgarth Falls
Lancaster Terrace Hawes DL8 3LQ
52 beds (private and en-suite rooms available), cot available, cafe bar, restaurant/dining room, self-catering kitchen, meals available, shop, lounge, drying room, BBQ area, garden/grounds, cycle store and facilities for walking, mountain biking and cycling.
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Bivouac, High Knowle Farm, Knowle Lane, Masham, Ripon, HG4 4JZ
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