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Welcome to Richard III Hotel

Address: Richard III Hotel, Middleham, DL8 4NP

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Nestled on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Richard III Hotel overlooks the small market square of Middleham. Just 28 minutes’ drive from Catterick Racecourse, it has a bar and free Wi-Fi access available to all guests. With wooden-beamed ceilings, the rooms at the Richard III Hotel each feature a cosy en suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries, a flat-screen TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a hairdryer. The bar offers a breakfast, morning coffees, lunches, afternoon teas and dinner to guests. It also has a large variety of real ales, lagers, wines and ciders. Less than a minute’s walk from the hotel is Middleham Castle. It became the home to the future King Richard III, for which the hotel is named after. A short 6-minute drive away is The Forbidden Corner, a fun-filled labyrinth of tunnels, chambers and open gardens.

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Lightwater Valley Theme Park - Theme Park

Lightwater Valley Theme Park - Theme Park

Distance 12.05 miles (19.27 km)
Are You Ready for the Ultimate Day Out? It may be nestled in the peace and tranquility of the North Yorkshire Dales, but when it comes to fun and excitementfor the whole family you can't beat Lightwater Valley! There are rides and attractions to suit all age groups to ensure your visit is a true family occasion. Only 15 minutes from the A1, the park has convenient free parking, wheelchair access and is renowned for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. In fact Lightwater Valley has thought of everything to make sure you have a memorable visit. For those who feel like a short breather from the fast pace of the park, then take advantage of the scenic nature trail created by Lightwater Valley to highlight the natural beauty of the park.

Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal - North Yorkshire - Castle

Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal - North Yorkshire - Castle

Distance 14.34 miles (22.94 km)
Fountains Abbey has been described as the crown and glory of all that monasticism has left us in England. There are 800 years of history to be explored in the 320-hectare (790-acre) estate, a World Heritage Site combining architecture and landscape of outstanding historical and aesthetic importance. The ruins of the Cistercian abbey, which was founded in 1132, are the largest such remains in Europe and provide a dramatic focal point for the landscape garden, which was laid out during the first half of the 18th century by John Aislabie. Fountains Mill, one of Europes oldest surviving mills, once supplied the monks of Fountains Abbey with flour for baking. It has now been in continuous use for more than 800 years.

Thirsk and Northallerton Golf Club - Thirsk - Golf

Thirsk and Northallerton Golf Club - Thirsk - Golf

Distance 18.23 miles (29.17 km)
Nestled in the Stunning North Yorkshire countryside and with a splendid backdrop of the rolling hills on one side and lush vales on the other, Thirsk and Northallerton Golf Club is one of those parkland courses that is simply a pleasure to play. It is set in a richly agricultural area, and offers superb views of the Hambleton Hills to the east and Wensleydale to the west. Located just a few minutes away from the A19, the course is easily accessible from the Easingwold/Weatherby and Teesside areas, as well as the nearby market towns from which it takes its name.