Average Prices £
FeaturesRestaurant, Internet, Free Internet, Wheelchair access, Bar/Lounge, Wifi, Non-smoking rooms, Meeting rooms, Family Rooms, Non-smoking hotel, Public Wifi, Free Wifi, Parking, Pets Allowed, Breakfast included
The Buck Hotel originally a coaching Inn sits in the heart of a beautiful village amidst the rolling countryside. A real living fire and a friendly welcome extended to dogs awaits. Aged beamed ceilings and a vast array of brass along with a menu full of home cooked food makes this an ideal place to stay within The Dales. Seating to the front and the secret walled garden are perfect places to sample a fine selection of real ales whiskeys and ciders. A popular spot for walkers and cyclists
Reeth is situated at the meeting point of the two most northerly of the Yorkshire Dales: Swaledale and Arkengarthdale.
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 Doomsday Book.
The village is overlooked by the fells of Fremington Edge and Calver Hill.
In May and June every year Reeth becomes the hub of the Swaledale Festival a two-week celebration of small-scale music and guided walks.