Situated in the heart of the picturesque village of Reeth in Swaledale is The Kings Arms Hotel. This traditional village Inn dates back to 1734 and is affectionately named the "Middle House" because of its position overlooking the village green. Popular with walkers, tourists and locals alike, this family friendly Inn is renowned for its locally sourced seasonal food, traditional cask ales, roaring log inglenook fire and comfortable en-suite rooms boasting a hearty bed and breakfast. Families, groups, individuals and well behaved dogs will receive a warm welcome at The Kings Arms Hotel. The hotel is a prime place to stay and rest if you are doing one of the many walks that pass through Swaledale. The Coast to Coast, The Inn Way, The Herriot Trail to name but a few. Also popular with cyclists, The Kings Arms sits on the route for the Grand Depart of the 2014 Tour de France. There is a secure lock up on site for bikes as there are also many other cycling routes passing through the area. The dales provides a challenge to cyclists with the rewards repeat in the views achieved (or the pint of real ale by the open fire).
Reeth is an ideal gateway to visit the vast array of dales that Yorkshire has to offer as well as some of the popular attractions that lure visitors from far and wide each year. Open all year, The Kings Arms Hotel has parking on-site and is an ideal base for guests to visit the surrounding areas of natural beauty. Located less than 15 miles from the A1, the Lake District, North Yorkshire Moors and the East Coast are a short drive away. Closer to home is the stunning Georgian town of Richmond which features a cosy night at the theatre in one of the smallest venues in the country. Horse Racing is on offer nearby at Catterick, Thirsk, Ripon and York. The magnificent scenery surrounding The Kings Arms Hotel attracts many walkers who take in the diverse countryside, caves and waterfalls on a variety of footpaths following the bank of the River Swale and coastal paths.