Stable Fell Cottages & Camping at Marsett, nr. Lake Semerwater in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Stable Fell Cottages & Camping at Marsett,            nr. Lake Semerwater   in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Dear Diary: On our holiday in the Yorkshire Dales we.......


Nr. Lake Semerwater,

North Yorkshire,


DL8 3DG.


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Directions from the West:

From the M6 junction 37, (if coming from the North), take the A684 towards Sedbergh then on towards Hawes. 

From the M6 junction 34, (if coming from the South), take the A683 > A687 towards Ingleton and then take the B6255 on towards Hawes.

After passing through Hawes you arrive at the village of Bainbridge, then turn right following the signs for Countersett.




Directions from the East:

From the A1 junction 51, head towards Bedale then on the A684 to Leyburn, then on towards Hawes, 4 miles prior to Hawes you arrive in the village of Bainbridge, turn left following the signs for Countersett.


Go through Countersett then keeping Lake Semerwater on your left towards Marsett.

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When arriving at Marsett go over the bridge and directly in front of you is a public telephone box, keeping to the right-hand side of the telephone box and following the sign to Raydale proceed approximately 150 metres on the road between the farm buildings.


Go past the small chapel on your RIGHT and over the rise then turn LEFT at the STABLE FELL CAMPING sign into the woods and SLOWLY down the track continuing to the designated parking area near the barn.


The nearest Railway station is Garsdale on the A684, 6 miles west of Hawes or 9 miles east of Sedbergh, Garsdale is on the Leeds to Carlisle train route.


The nearest airports are Teesside International, (45 miles), then Leeds/Bradford International, (53 miles).


Nearest: Shop, Public House, Restaurant, Veterinarians, Petrol Station: 3.5 miles

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