Croft Gate

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Chapel-le-Dale
Chapel-le-dale
Yorkshire
England
LA6 3JG

Croft Gate, Chapel-le-dale

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Some of Britain s finest walks right from the doorstep! Leave your car and explore the wild fells and sheltered dales of theYorkshire Dales National Park. Croft Gate nestles in the pretty and tranquil valley of Chapel le Dale between majestic Whernside and the imposing peak of Ingleborough. Secret pot holes and caves rare flora and dramatic limestone scenery are just some of the delights to be found from the door step of Croft Gate.

Our quaint little Chapel of the Fells provides a peaceful resting place for those who lost their lives building the nearby Victorian wonder of Ribblehead Viaduct. Croft Gate is a tasteful and luxurious conversion of a dales barn and shippon (cow shed). Beamed ceilings stone cills and large stone fireplaces with log fires all add to the character of this cosy warm and comfortable retreat.

A warm welcome and the height of comfort await our guests.

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This ransom was first paid during the reign of Aethelred the Unready to prevent Danish attack



21 May, 1471

Henry VI killed at Tower of London

Henry's murder neatly coincided with the triumphant arrival in London of Edward of York (soon to become Edward IV)

This Danish king was followed by Edward the Confessor




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