Friends  

Here are just a few wonderful local people and places that we love to work with, enjoy ourselves or simply want to share with you… 

Campsites

We’re delighted to be able to pitch your Borrowbelle bell tent for you at these beautiful spots in the Dales. If a site you fancy isn’t on here, let us know and we’ll make a connection.

Buckden Camping
In the heart of picturesque Upper Wharfedale, not far from the source of the river, this is a National Trust site on a working farm in beautiful Buckden. There are stunning walks to take your breath away, with waterfalls, limestone wonders and secluded ghylls. After all that fresh air, take it easy with a pint of local ale at The Buck Inn or pick up some treats from the village shop. 

Kettlewell Camping
Nestled a stone’s throw from charming Kettlewell, this lovely spot has state-of-the-art facilities and a private field if you want it. Kettlewell has three great pubs, a traditional village store, an award winning tearoom, a bistro, outdoors shop, a children’s play park and an ice cream parlour – without mentioning the sensational walks right from your luxurious bell tent. 

Food and Drink

The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its picture-postcard villages with traditional pubs, bistros and cafes serving delicious dishes, cakes and ales. It’s no wonder it featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip a few years back.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

The Angel at Hetton

The Old School House Tearoom

Betty’s Vintage Tea Hut 

The Brownie Barn – Love Brownies 

Party kit 

Having a party? Here are some friends who can help make it extra special for you.                                                                  

The Silicone Straw Company 

Mind and body

Staying happy and healthy is simple with friends like these. Why not combine your glamping getaway with a spot of yoga, running or coaching?

Ashley Marley Movement yoga classes

HR Running Coach 

Activities

There’s so much to enjoy in the Yorkshire Dales on foot and we’ve got a list of walks and mini adventures for all ages and abilities. But if you want to try something a little bit different, take a look below. 

Kilnsey Pony Trekking

Bushcraft

Kilsney Trout Fishing

Photography

If you’re having an event and need a photographer, we recommend Rob Freeman Photography. He is perfect for weddings, parties and family photo sessions. Rob also took many of the photos on this site.

 

Campsites

We’re delighted to be able to pitch your Borrowbelle bell tent for you at these beautiful spots in the Dales. If a site you fancy isn’t on here, let us know and we’ll make a connection.

Buckden Camping
In the heart of picturesque Upper Wharfedale, not far from the source of the river, this is a National Trust site on a working farm in beautiful Buckden. There’s stunning walks to take your breath away, with waterfalls, limestone wonders and secluded ghylls. After all that fresh air, take it easy with a pint of local ale at The Buck Inn or pick up some treats from the village shop. 

Kettlewell Camping
Nestled a stone’s throw from charming Kettlewell, this lovely spot has state-of-the-art facilities and a private field if you want it. Kettlewell has three great pubs, a traditional village store, an award winning tearoom, a bistro, outdoors shop, a children’s play park and an ice cream parlour – without mentioning the sensational walks right from your luxurious bell tent. 

Food and Drink

The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its picture-postcard villages with traditional pubs, bistros and cafes serving delicious dishes, cakes and ales. It’s no wonder it featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip a few years back.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

The Angel at Hetton

The Old School House Tearoom

Betty’s Vintage Tea Hut 

The Brownie Barn – Love Brownies 

Party kit 

Having a party? Here are some friends who can help make it extra special for you.                                                                  

The Silicone Straw Company 

Mind and body

Staying happy and healthy is simple with friends like these. Why not combine your glamping getaway with a spot of yoga, running or coaching?

Ashley Marley Movement yoga classes

HR Running Coach 

Activities

There’s so much to enjoy in the Yorkshire Dales on foot and we’ve got a list of walks and mini adventures for all ages and abilities. But if you want to try something a little bit different, take a look below. 

Kilnsey Pony Trekking

Bushcraft

Kilsney Trout Fishing

Campsites

We’re delighted to be able to pitch your Borrowbelle bell tent for you at these beautiful spots in the Dales. If a site you fancy isn’t on here, let us know and we’ll make a connection.

Buckden Camping
In the heart of picturesque Upper Wharfedale, not far from the source of the river, this is a National Trust site on a working farm in beautiful Buckden. There’s stunning walks to take your breath away, with waterfalls, limestone wonders and secluded ghylls. After all that fresh air, take it easy with a pint of local ale at The Buck Inn or pick up some treats from the village shop. 

Kettlewell Camping
Nestled a stone’s throw from charming Kettlewell, this lovely spot has state-of-the-art facilities and a private field if you want it. Kettlewell has three great pubs, a traditional village store, an award winning tearoom, a bistro, outdoors shop, a children’s play park and an ice cream parlour – without mentioning the sensational walks right from your luxurious bell tent. 

Food and Drink

The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its picture-postcard villages with traditional pubs, bistros and cafes serving delicious dishes, cakes and ales. It’s no wonder it featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip a few years back.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

The Angel at Hetton

The Old School House Tearoom

Betty’s Vintage Tea Hut 

The Brownie Barn – Love Brownies 

Party kit 

Having a party? Here are some friends who can help make it extra special for you.                                                                  

The Silicone Straw Company 

Mind and body

Staying happy and healthy is simple with friends like these. Why not combine your glamping getaway with a spot of yoga, running or coaching?

Ashley Marley Movement yoga classes

HR Running Coach 

Activities

There’s so much to enjoy in the Yorkshire Dales on foot and we’ve got a list of walks and mini adventures for all ages and abilities. But if you want to try something a little bit different, take a look below. 

Kilnsey Pony Trekking

Bushcraft

Kilsney Trout Fishing

Campsites

We’re delighted to be able to pitch your Borrowbelle bell tent for you at these beautiful spots in the Dales. If a site you fancy isn’t on here, let us know and we’ll make a connection.

Buckden Camping
In the heart of picturesque Upper Wharfedale, not far from the source of the river, this is a National Trust site on a working farm in beautiful Buckden. There’s stunning walks to take your breath away, with waterfalls, limestone wonders and secluded ghylls. After all that fresh air, take it easy with a pint of local ale at The Buck Inn or pick up some treats from the village shop. 

Kettlewell Camping
Nestled a stone’s throw from charming Kettlewell, this lovely spot has state-of-the-art facilities and a private field if you want it. Kettlewell has three great pubs, a traditional village store, an award winning tearoom, a bistro, outdoors shop, a children’s play park and an ice cream parlour – without mentioning the sensational walks right from your luxurious bell tent. 

Food and Drink

The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its picture-postcard villages with traditional pubs, bistros and cafes serving delicious dishes, cakes and ales. It’s no wonder it featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip a few years back.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

The Angel at Hetton

The Old School House Tearoom

Betty’s Vintage Tea Hut 

The Brownie Barn – Love Brownies 

Party kit 

Having a party? Here are some friends who can help make it extra special for you.                                                                  

The Silicone Straw Company 

Mind and body

Staying happy and healthy is simple with friends like these. Why not combine your glamping getaway with a spot of yoga, running or coaching?

Ashley Marley Movement yoga classes

HR Running Coach 

Activities

There’s so much to enjoy in the Yorkshire Dales on foot and we’ve got a list of walks and mini adventures for all ages and abilities. But if you want to try something a little bit different, take a look below. 

Kilnsey Pony Trekking

Bushcraft

Kilsney Trout Fishing

Campsites

We’re delighted to be able to pitch your Borrowbelle bell tent for you at these beautiful spots in the Dales. If a site you fancy isn’t on here, let us know and we’ll make a connection.

Buckden Camping
In the heart of picturesque Upper Wharfedale, not far from the source of the river, this is a National Trust site on a working farm in beautiful Buckden. There’s stunning walks to take your breath away, with waterfalls, limestone wonders and secluded ghylls. After all that fresh air, take it easy with a pint of local ale at The Buck Inn or pick up some treats from the village shop. 

Kettlewell Camping
Nestled a stone’s throw from charming Kettlewell, this lovely spot has state-of-the-art facilities and a private field if you want it. Kettlewell has three great pubs, a traditional village store, an award winning tearoom, a bistro, outdoors shop, a children’s play park and an ice cream parlour – without mentioning the sensational walks right from your luxurious bell tent. 

Food and Drink

The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its picture-postcard villages with traditional pubs, bistros and cafes serving delicious dishes, cakes and ales. It’s no wonder it featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip a few years back.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

The Angel at Hetton

The Old School House Tearoom

Betty’s Vintage Tea Hut 

The Brownie Barn – Love Brownies 

Party kit 

Having a party? Here are some friends who can help make it extra special for you.                                                                  

The Silicone Straw Company 

Mind and body

Staying happy and healthy is simple with friends like these. Why not combine your glamping getaway with a spot of yoga, running or coaching?

Ashley Marley Movement yoga classes

HR Running Coach 

Activities

There’s so much to enjoy in the Yorkshire Dales on foot and we’ve got a list of walks and mini adventures for all ages and abilities. But if you want to try something a little bit different, take a look below. 

Kilnsey Pony Trekking

Bushcraft

Kilsney Trout Fishing

Campsites

We’re delighted to be able to pitch your Borrowbelle bell tent for you at these beautiful spots in the Dales. If a site you fancy isn’t on here, let us know and we’ll make a connection.

Buckden Camping
In the heart of picturesque Upper Wharfedale, not far from the source of the river, this is a National Trust site on a working farm in beautiful Buckden. There’s stunning walks to take your breath away, with waterfalls, limestone wonders and secluded ghylls. After all that fresh air, take it easy with a pint of local ale at The Buck Inn or pick up some treats from the village shop. 

Kettlewell Camping
Nestled a stone’s throw from charming Kettlewell, this lovely spot has state-of-the-art facilities and a private field if you want it. Kettlewell has three great pubs, a traditional village store, an award winning tearoom, a bistro, outdoors shop, a children’s play park and an ice cream parlour – without mentioning the sensational walks right from your luxurious bell tent. 

Food and Drink

The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its picture-postcard villages with traditional pubs, bistros and cafes serving delicious dishes, cakes and ales. It’s no wonder it featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip a few years back.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

The Angel at Hetton

The Old School House Tearoom

Betty’s Vintage Tea Hut 

The Brownie Barn – Love Brownies 

Party kit 

Having a party? Here are some friends who can help make it extra special for you.                                                                  

The Silicone Straw Company 

Mind and body

Staying happy and healthy is simple with friends like these. Why not combine your glamping getaway with a spot of yoga, running or coaching?

Ashley Marley Movement yoga classes

HR Running Coach 

Activities

There’s so much to enjoy in the Yorkshire Dales on foot and we’ve got a list of walks and mini adventures for all ages and abilities. But if you want to try something a little bit different, take a look below. 

Kilnsey Pony Trekking

Bushcraft

Kilsney Trout Fishing

Campsites

We’re delighted to be able to pitch your Borrowbelle bell tent for you at these beautiful spots in the Dales. If a site you fancy isn’t on here, let us know and we’ll make a connection.

Buckden Camping
In the heart of picturesque Upper Wharfedale, not far from the source of the river, this is a National Trust site on a working farm in beautiful Buckden. There’s stunning walks to take your breath away, with waterfalls, limestone wonders and secluded ghylls. After all that fresh air, take it easy with a pint of local ale at The Buck Inn or pick up some treats from the village shop. 

Kettlewell Camping
Nestled a stone’s throw from charming Kettlewell, this lovely spot has state-of-the-art facilities and a private field if you want it. Kettlewell has three great pubs, a traditional village store, an award winning tearoom, a bistro, outdoors shop, a children’s play park and an ice cream parlour – without mentioning the sensational walks right from your luxurious bell tent. 

Food and Drink

The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its picture-postcard villages with traditional pubs, bistros and cafes serving delicious dishes, cakes and ales. It’s no wonder it featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip a few years back.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

The Angel at Hetton

The Old School House Tearoom

Betty’s Vintage Tea Hut 

The Brownie Barn – Love Brownies 

Party kit 

Having a party? Here are some friends who can help make it extra special for you.                                                                  

The Silicone Straw Company 

Mind and body

Staying happy and healthy is simple with friends like these. Why not combine your glamping getaway with a spot of yoga, running or coaching?

Ashley Marley Movement yoga classes

HR Running Coach 

Activities

There’s so much to enjoy in the Yorkshire Dales on foot and we’ve got a list of walks and mini adventures for all ages and abilities. But if you want to try something a little bit different, take a look below. 

Kilnsey Pony Trekking

Bushcraft

Kilsney Trout Fishing

Campsites we work with

We’re delighted to be able to pitch your Borrowbelle bell tent for you at these beautiful spots in the Dales. If a site you fancy isn’t on here, let us know and we’ll make a connection.

Buckden Camping
In the heart of picturesque Upper Wharfedale, not far from the source of the river, this is a National Trust site on a working farm in beautiful Buckden. There’s stunning walks to take your breath away, with waterfalls, limestone wonders and secluded ghylls. After all that fresh air, take it easy with a pint of local ale at The Buck Inn or pick up some treats from the village shop. 

Kettlewell Camping
Nestled a stone’s throw from charming Kettlewell, this lovely spot has state-of-the-art facilities and a private field if you want it. Kettlewell has three great pubs, a traditional village store, an award winning tearoom, a bistro, outdoors shop, a children’s play park and an ice cream parlour – without mentioning the sensational walks right from your luxurious bell tent. 

Food and Drink

The Yorkshire Dales is renowned for its picture-postcard villages with traditional pubs, bistros and cafes serving delicious dishes, cakes and ales. It’s no wonder it featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon’s The Trip a few years back.

The Craven Arms, Appletreewick

The Angel at Hetton

The Old School House Tearoom

Betty’s Vintage Tea Hut 

The Brownie Barn – Love Brownies 

Party kit 

Having a party? Here are some friends who can help make it extra special for you.                                                                  

The Silicone Straw Company 

Mind and body

Staying happy and healthy is simple with friends like these. Why not combine your glamping getaway with a spot of yoga, running or coaching?

Ashley Marley Movement yoga classes

HR Running Coach 

Activities

There’s so much to enjoy in the Yorkshire Dales on foot and we’ve got a list of walks and mini adventures for all ages and abilities. But if you want to try something a little bit different, take a look below. 

Kilnsey Pony Trekking

Bushcraft

Kilsney Trout Fishing