Bedale UK

Bedale is one of the most charming towns to visit in North Yorkshire, and is the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales National Park due to the easy accessibility to the area from the A1. It is a thriving market town with an historic market place and splendid Georgian facades that line the square.

Visitors to Bedale can sample many local delicacies including delicious Wensleydale Cheese which originated here. Accommodation is readily available with a wide choice of places to stay from country hotels and bed and breakfast establishments to caravan parks.

Walking is a popular pastime with the Heritage Trail taking in all of the town’s history including the splendid Palladian Bedale Hall. There are also many more rural walks which take in the breathtaking scenery.
Bedale has many tourist attractions nearby and within the town itself including the Doomsday mentioned St Gregory’s Church, the Leech House and Bedale Museum. For those seeking more adventure there is the Big Sheep and Little Cow Farm where visitors can gain hands on experience with the animals, pony rides and quad bikes are also available making this a perfect family day out.