"Thank you for so much for a wonderful honeymoon stay."
Furnishings are elegant, atmosphere perfectly balanced between refined and relaxed."
The village lies within the Richmond (Yorks) parliamentary constituency, which has been represented since 2015 by Conservative Rishi Sunak, who took over from retiring fellow Tory William Hague. It also lies within the Upper Dales electoral division of North Yorkshire County Council and the Reeth and Arkengarthdale ward of Richmondshire District Council.
Reeth is a village about 11 miles west of Richmond in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire, England, located within the civil parish of Reeth, Fremington and Healaugh. It is considered to be the principal settlement of upper Swaledale.
"Beautiful stay, gorgeous room and lovely staff - perfect for our anniversary."
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"A wonderfully enjoyable stay. Staff warm and friendly, food excellent. The hotel atmosphere is perfect."
The Great Fremington Edge Fell Race will be taking place as usual, a fixture of the national fell race runs every year.
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In Saxon times, Reeth was only a settlement on the forest edge, but by the time of the Norman Conquest it had grown sufficiently in importance to be noted in the Domesday Book. Later it became a centre for hand-knitting and the local lead industry was controlled from here, but it was always a market centre for the local farming community.
Family fun Reeth Community Orchard provides the ideal setting for both adults and children alike; explore the well maintained gardens with rows of colourful perennials, or regroup on one of the...
The origin of the name 'Reeth' is unclear. It is possibly derived from the Germanic for 'place by the stream'. While this claim can neither be confirmed nor denied, Reeth is more likely to have been derived from the Cumbric rhyd (cf. ryd in Modern Welsh, áth in Irish Gaelic, rys in Cornish and àth in Scottish Gaelic) meaning 'Ford', which would appear probable as Reeth is located near two shallow rivers.
Here at the Burgoyne Hotel, we believe everybody deserves a special treat.
Local trades will be selling their Fresh Dales produce and products as well as traders from further afield with something for everyone to purchase!
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"Elegant and Welcoming..." Carol Drinkwater, Mail on Sunday, December 2011.
"Wonderful, Friendly hotel. Beautiful Building. Thank you for a lovely stay."
The charming late Georgian country house has been tastefully upgraded in a traditional style offering individually decorated rooms that complement the character of the country home. It is perfect for sampling some of the Yorkshire Dales’ finest food and drink whilst soaking up the beautiful surroundings.
Dive into the culture Reeth has a rich heritage which centres on its contribution to the lead mining industry as well as the age old craft of hand-knitting. Swaledale Museum on the Green is an i...
Reeth is home to two churches. The current Reeth Methodist Chapel has been in use since 1822, although Methodists have been worshipping in the village since at least 1766. The larger Reeth Evangelical Congregational Church is located on the village green.
Whether you are planning on pony trekking, pot holing, mountain biking or simply getting away from it all, Reeth is a good place to start.
"Magical place with superb views and the best breakfast & hospitality in Yorkshire!"
"An absolutely fantastic wedding. Thank you is just not enough! Excellent from start to finish."
There will be the popular horse classes, sheep show, poultry and rabbit show, walling competition open to all entrants on the day, vintage tractors ,vintage cars, vintage bikes on display from all eras.This year there will be a new section for vintage motorbikes.
As usual there will be a wide range of entertainments, shows, displays, stalls and refreshments.
Committed to their craft As is expected from one of Yorkshire's most unique little villages, Reeth is host to a number of speciality shops and stalls which remain devoted to traditional methods...
The country house hotel has been established for over 40 years and is run by Mo and Julia who have a long standing and loyal team of staff behind them. If you are looking for a tranquil stay with first class service then The Burgoyne Hotel is just what the doctor ordered - a small haven tucked away in the Yorkshire Dales, perfect for a well needed escape.
The hotel stands majestically on Reeth’s idyllic green, overlooking exceptional views across the moors of Swaledale and Fremington Edge - some of the most breathtaking of the Yorkshire Dales. It is a beautiful location to relax and unwind. Just the perfect place to stay.
A natural amphitheatre, surrounded by spectacular scenery and stunning panoramas, Reeth was championed by Ella Pontefract, one of the Yorkshire Dale's most esteemed authors as "a little country in itself." This quirky Saxon settlement had a huge voice in the domestic economy and is best known for its extensive contribution to England's lead industry - (in its heyday Reeth was producing over 10% of the country's lead), as a result it is regularly referred to as the capital of Swaledale.
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On 5 July 2014, the Tour de France Stage 1 from Leeds to Harrogate passed through the village.
"It’s a lovely house with lovely views over a lovely village.
"Magical place with superb views and the best breakfast in Yorkshire."
Recharge and unwind Whether you're in need of a refuel before hitting the trails, or you simply want to gorge on some of the local grub, Reeth is home to a number of friendly and delicious eater...
"Elegant and Welcoming..." Carol Drinkwater, Mail on Sunday, December
Why not pamper yourself and visit our Special Offers page to sample the wonderful atmosphere of the Burgoyne Hotel.
"Thank you for our fabulous Tour de France experience. You couldn't have made us more welcome. It was perfect."
"Great to see the Burgoyne is keeping up its reputation."