Located centrally in the charming Upper Wensleydale market town of Hawes – the highest in England, on the Pennine Way, the Herriot Way, Lady Anne Way and close to the Dales Way. Proprietors Glenn and Liz Payne welcome you to their Guest House/B&B Herriot’s in Hawes – in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
The 300-year old ‘quirky’ Herriot building on the main cobbled street that runs through Hawes comprises of Herriot’s Guest House, Herriot’s Kitchen and The Herriot Gallery, an ideal location to browse local artwork, enjoy fresh home-made produce, and, if your stay extends to more than one day, relax and become guests of Glenn & Liz.
Herriot’s Guest House is an ideal base for a short stay away, a week exploring the Yorkshire Dales, or a week end break in Hawes, providing bed & breakfast accommodation.
Herriot’s Kitchen serves a selection of home-made snacks, light lunches and refreshments. The Kitchen can supply meals to cover any dietary requirements; coeliacs are catered for.
The Herriot Gallery houses a constantly changing selection of artwork primarily by local artists, and complements its core body of artwork by regular exhibitions. The Gallery also offers art courses.
July 2014 saw the World’s greatest cycle race come through the Dales, using Yorkshire as its starting location. Le Tour de France departed from Leeds on Saturday 5th July, and after following a 190km route, finished in Harrogate. Day two saw the 200km route from York to Sheffield; the event passed through Hawes on the first day. Come and stay with us and enjoy a great Yorkshire welcome.