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Simonstone is a quiet hamlet on the road that climbs up high, out of Wensleydale towards Swaledale on the Buttertubs Pass. The views over Wensleydale from here are spectacular...
Shunner Fell, the highest point in upper Wensleydale, is above Simonstone. On a clear day you can stand here in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and see the Lake District National Park to the west and the North York Moors National Park to the east.
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Cosy and friendly 18th century country house hotel with glorious views over Wensleydale. Our 20 en-suite bedrooms offer comfort beyond the commonplace. Our restaurant enjoys a well earned reputation for fine cuisine. Set in magnificent countryside near the market town of Hawes in Upper Wensleydale, Simonstone Hall is a beautifully restored Country House Hotel with spectacular views over the dale and surrounding fells.
It is a perfect base from which to explore, the Yorkshire Dales - either by car or on foot. Abbeys, castles, unspoilt villages and ancient tracks form the setting for this delightful hotel.
Simonstone Hall is in perfect harmony with its surroundings. Since the early 1700's the house - a former hunting lodge - has been a warm and welcoming retreat from the rigours of a busy life.
The house is privately owned and has been carefully restored, whilst preserving the historic character of the building.
Distance from path: On route
2 single ensuite rooms
10 double ensuite rooms
10 twin ensuite rooms
Last updated: 9/23/2015
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