Escape the ordinary and step into the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Take time to do what makes you happy. Go for long walks, eat delicious food, indulge in great conversations and forget everything else.
Situated in the breath-taking Swaledale Valley, The Burgoyne is the perfect place to relax, recharge and unwind.
You can stay the night, spend the evening or just while away the afternoon migrating from the comfort of the bar to the restaurant to the fireside sofas in the lounge. Finally, at the end of the evening, slip away to your bedroom and enjoy your own private corner of the Yorkshire Dales.
You deserve a truly authentic Yorkshire experience.
What makes a stay at The Burgoyne Hotel unique?
The Burgoyne is renowned for its picturesque location, fantastic food and high standard of customer service delivered from a friendly and dedicated team.
The warmth from this counrty house hotel makes it a firm favourite when visiting The Yorkshire Dales, with guests returning year on year.
This certainly is the place to enjoy 'a truly authentic Yorkshire Dales experience'.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Burgoyne Hotel?
The Burgoyne has eleven individually decorated rooms that complement the character of the country home.
All rooms are unique, named after local villages and hamlets in both Wensleydale and Swaledale.
Ten out of eleven of the guest rooms are front facing with spectaular views of the Swaledale Moors.
There are three different room categories; classic, superior and luxury.
The three classic rooms are all front facing and have private extarnal bathrooms, two are doubles and one twin.
The five superior rooms are en-suite and have king-size beds. One of these rooms can be made as a twin and is on the ground floor for people less mobile.
The three luxury rooms are extremly spacious stylish rooms, with amazing views over Reeth village green and the moors of Grinton and Harkerside. The rooms are beautifully decorated with soft furnishings giving a traditional yet modern ambience. These rooms have either king or super-king double beds, one can be made up as a twin.
The tasteful bedrooms are all equipped with wide screen televisions, DVD players, digital radios, WIFI internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and hair dryers.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Richmond area?
The beautiful Swaledale is a wonderful place to be at any time of the year. The Burgoyne Hotel is ideally located to enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery in England, whether it is the winter months with the snow peaked valleys of the Yorkshire Dales or soaking up the glorious sunshine, the beauty outweighs the weather.
The stone walls, sheep grazed pastures, small hamlets, villages, shooting lodges, farmsteads and stone cottages are steeped in history yet part of a living landscape. They are farmed by generations of families, managed by gamekeepers, shaped by communities of the past and looked after by those who live and work within the dale today.
Arkengarthdale meets Swaledale on the doorstep of Reeth. This dramatic dale only a few short miles in length is a tributary valley of Swaledale scattered with remote farmsteads and hamlets perfect to get lost in. The road winds its way westwards up the dale and onto the Pennines and passes the door of the highest pub in England, Tan Hill. It is a breath-taking backdrop to a perfect hotel.
Bolton Castle, synonymous with Mary Queen of Scotts; Middleham Castle, childhood home of Richard III; Richmond Castle, a Norman stronghold; Easby Abbey on the banks of the Swale; Fountains Abbey, a spectacular ruined Cistercian monastery with medieval deer park and wonderful grounds.
The River Swale is majestic from its source above Keld to Richmond and beyond. Waterfalls suddenly surprise from the hidden jewels of Kisdon and Catrake in Upper Swaledale, Hardraw and Aysgarth in Wensleydale, and High Force in Teesdale.
The hotel has maps, walking routes and a huge amount of local walking knowledge. Reeth lies approx. mid way on the Coast to Coast footpath, Upper Swaledale is on the Pennine Way. Park your car at the hotel and walk your days away in beautiful countryside.
Reeth is great for cycling and lies on the route of the 2014 Grand Depart of the Tour de France. There are cycling routes in abundance in the area: check out the Dales Bike Centre at Fremington.
The Dales offer many small traditional market towns including Reeth with its market on a Friday: others include Leyburn, Bedale, Hawes, Richmond (approx. 11 miles from hotel), Masham to name a few. Further afield, visit the wonderful spa town of Harrogate or the historic city of Durham.
Reeth is host to its own gem, the Swaledale Museum. Check out the farming and mining life of the dales of the past. Here you will find a wealth of rural history, run by volunteers.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
On-site award winning 1783 Bar & Restaurant open 7 days a week.
The Restaurant offers traditional and fine dining, using the best of The Yorkshire Dales local produce.
The award-winning Chef can accommodate all dietary requirements.
The Burgoyne have special offers on during the year, please get in touch with them for more information.