Hawes is a beautiful market town and civil parish in the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire. The parish covers large areas of Mooreland on Dodd Fell, Snays Fell, Stags Fell and Widdale Fell so would be a fabulous holiday destination for those that love an adventure into the hills. The parish also includes the neighbouring villages of Gayle, Appersett, and Burtersett.
Whist visiting Hawes you must stop by the many shops and eateries the town has to offer. Learn the history of the people of the Yorkshire Dales at the Dales Countryside Museum. See how the famous Wensleydale Cheese is made at the Wensleydale Creamery.
Just north of Hawes town, you will find the River Ure from which the Gayle Beck flows into the town. If you follow Gayle Beck south from the town you will find the beautiful Aysgill Force waterfalls. One of many stunning waterfalls you will see on the local trails.
The town is accessible by the A684 from Sedbergh and links to Ingleton by the B6255. The M6 and the A1 to the east are under an hour away by car. There are regular daily bus services between Hawes and Leyburn.