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The weather in Reeth
Find the Reeth climate diagram. July is the warmest month in Reeth with average maximum temperatures of 21°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Explore the north from the comfort of a Reeth holiday cottage
With its old stone church, village green, and gently flowing river, Reeth is the very epitome of a traditional English village. Explore this charming town and the surrounding countryside from your very own Reeth accommodations.
Trifles and Eiffels
Voted CAMRA Pub of the Year in 2016, The George & Dragon in Hudswell is an ale drinker's delight, and the food's not bad either! The pies here are famous and filling. Enjoy them either in front of the fire or in the Dragon's delightful beer garden.
If you're looking for something a little different, why not try the Gallic charms of Rustique in nearby Richmond? This vibrant bistro offers fine French food and wine against a delightful Parisian backdrop.
Follies and finds
The Forbidden Corner in Coverham is one of a kind. Built as a folly for a local landowner, this curious and slightly crazy park is now open to the public. Navigate its underground maze, explore its revolving labyrinth, and get lost in its many magical grottos.
Put your kids' sleuthing talents to the test on the Richmond Treasure Hunt Trail. Download a map and then use markers, statues, and clues around town to hunt down lost pirate treasure.
Abbeys and valleys
History buffs are advised to make a pilgrimage to Easby Abbey, just outside Richmond. This 11th-century abbey was, as were many other monasteries, dissolved in 1530 by Henry VIII. However, it remains impressively intact and stands majestically beside the River Swale.
One of Reeth's biggest pulls is, of course, its proximity to the Yorkshire Dales. Among the most popular vacation destinations in the UK, the Dales are made up of rolling grasslands, sweeping valleys, and limestone caves – perfect for hiking, watersports, and sightseeing.
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