Standing majestically on the green at Reeth, the Burgoyne Hotel and 1783 Restaurant & Bar is a graceful country house that has been upgraded and restyled to a traditional and luxury design. It has tasteful individually decorated bedrooms and there are exceptional views across Swaledale. The 1783 Bar and Restaurant brings together fresh, locally sourced ingredients in menus that combine with the chef’s vision to create a dining experience with the rich history of North Yorkshire.
The hotel is dog-friendly and what better location to bring your best friend for walks in this rural location. So easy to relax and unwind it is the perfect place to stay in Herriot County’s Reeth as your base for exploration of beautiful Swaledale with some of the most beautiful scenery in England, whether it is the winter months with the snow-peaked valleys of the Yorkshire Dales or soaking up the glorious sunshine, the beauty outweighs the weather. Steeped in history there are farmsteads, shooting lodges, small hamlets, villages, sheep grazed pastures and stone cottages that are farmed by generations of families shaped by communities of the past managed by gamekeepers and looked after by those who live and work within the dale today.
The River Swale is majestic from its source above Keld to Richmond and beyond. Waterfalls suddenly surprise from the hidden jewels of Kisdon and Catrake in Upper Swaledale, Hardraw and Aysgarth in Wensleydale, and High Force in Teesdale. Reeth lies approx. midway on the Coast to Coast footpath, Upper Swaledale is on the Pennine Way.