HARDRAW VILLAGE

THE CART HOUSE TEA ROOM SERVES

Delicious Morning coffee, Light Snacks and Afternoon Tea.
Also chilled drinks and Ice cream.
EAT IN or TAKE AWAY.

PLEASE NOTE - CASH ONLY
NO CREDIT CARD FACILITY.

The Cart House Tea Room

Focus on Felt Studio/Gallery
Andrea Hunter, creates her unique felt pictures
inspired by the fells and dales. Gallery open Tuesday to Friday 11am-4.30pm.
www.focusonfelt.co.uk
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Focus on Felt - A Quiet Landscape

The Green Dragon - 14th Century traditional pub providing a warm welcome for holiday-makers/campers. Accommodation is available and pub lunches/dinners are served in the bar with its open fires and real ales.

Hardraw Church - parish church of St. Mary & St. John holding regular communion services at 9.00a.m. (see church noticeboard for full details). Open for visiting and prayer each day in daylight hours.

Hardraw Force - spectacular single-drop waterfall of nearly 100 feet dropping over the natural limestone rock amphitheatre to form Hardraw Beck. Only a few minutes flat walk from Old Hall Cottage Campsite

Working Sheep Dog Demonstration by Richard Fawcett
Held every Thursday from June to September. www.sheepdogdemo.co.uk
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Hardraw to Hawes footpath – this is a very pleasant easy route across the fields and takes
approximately 30 – 45 minutes. In Hawes there are numerous shops and places to eat.

Local Walking
Experience the stunning fell-scenery of upper Wensleydale on foot.The campsite is situated on the Pennine Way and as such gives access to Shunner Fell and Swaledale. Explore the beautiful hidden valleys of Cotterdale, Fossdale and Mossdale with their becks and waterfalls.