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Barden Tower is a fine ruined castle on the edge of the road leading up Lower Wharfedale from Bolton Abbey to the picturesque village of Burnsall
Nearby attractions include Barden Bridge and the treacherous channel of river known as "The Strid".
Barden lends its name to the so called "Barden Triangle" an area of supposed supernatural activity which includes the magical Elbolton Hill near Thorpe and the nightmarish ravine that is Trollers-Gill near
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Come to Howgill Lodge and stay in our 17th Century converted barn, with stunning views across Burnsall Fell and Wharfedale. The bed and breakfast accommodation is open all year round and includes 4 ensuite rooms (including 1 family room) with bath, shower, central heating, tea tray, fridge and TV. Each of our rooms has its own direct access to the garden and patio with wonderful views over the valley.
Evening meals are available from either the Craven arms or the New Inn in Appletreewick, which is a mile and a half away.
Distance from path: 400 metres
OS reference: 064592
1 single ensuite room
4 double ensuite rooms
1 twin ensuite room
1 family ensuite room
30 camping pitches
Last updated: 12/3/2015
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