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Long Ashes Park offers a lifestyle like no other...

Situated in an exceptional holiday and residential park surrounded by stunning landscapes so spectacular that the locals call it God’s Own Country.

Whether you are looking for a permanent place to live, or a weekend getaway, a luxury lodge or an affordable holiday home, Long Ashes has everything you need and so much more.

Our park is located in the picturesque Wharfdale Valley, surrounded by rugged scenery and outstanding walks, quaint villages and endless views. This is the landscape that inspired the Brontë Sisters to write their acclaimed books. It could be yours to enjoy whenever you choose.

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The Gamekeeper's Inn, Long Ashes Park

Your very own local, right on your doorstep...

You can enjoy a quiet drink by the fireside or a delicious home cooked meal any night of the week at Long Ashes, without worrying about getting home.

Our on site pub, The Gamekeeper’s Inn, is a true slice of Yorkshire. Hearty, traditional pub favourites are served along side a wide selection of ales, wines and gins, complementing an ever changing specials menu.

There’s always a friendly welcome for residents, friends and family alike.

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Long Ashes Pure Spa, Long Ashes Park

They say that a little pampering goes a long way...

At Long Ashes Pure Spa you’ll get all the expert attention you could ever want, from manicures to massages, using award-winning Elemis products.

The Spa offers a huge range of health and beauty treatments to melt away your stresses and make you feel special. You can even book a full spa day to celebrate a special occasion and enjoy a range of treatments from relaxation to rejuvenation.

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Around &

Nestled in the Wharfedale Valley, in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales...

Long Ashes is the ideal base for exploring this beautiful corner of England, with 841 square miles of National Park right on your doorstep.

Wind your way through the hills and valleys and you’ll discover charming stone villages, spectacular caves, thundering waterfalls as well as a huge range of walks, from a gentle stroll to a challenging long distance footpath. There’s lots to do too, from nostalgic steam trains to glorious gardens, fine food and drink to a huge range of special events all year round.