Private Yorkshire Dales from Manchester, Liverpool & Chester

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This private tour gives you a day in the Yorkshire Dales with your own personal driver guide and vehicle. It’s an ideal way to see the amazing landscape associated with this stunning part of Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Tour Itinerary




Full day 09:00 - 18:30

Activity Level

This tour is a guided scenic mini-coach tour, but there are times when you will have the option to walk up to a few hundred metres to take in a view or point of interest.



Group Size

16 passengers maximum


  • Exclusive Use of a 16 Seater Mercedes Sprinter Minibus;
  • Driver/Guide for the day;
  • On board commentary in English.

Pickup Service

Private Tours can pick up from a variety of locations. 

Please select an option within these areas when booking online. If you wish to request a specific location please contact us directly via phone or email to enquire. 

Some locations may not be possible for this tour or may require an additional charge. 

Luggage on board

There is space on-board for hand luggage and there is a small boot for extra luggage. 


Lunch is not included, however there will be a lunch stop.

Cancellation Policy

To confirm a booking we require the full amount at time of booking. You may cancel 72 hours prior to departure and recieve a full refund. After 72 hours no refund will be issued.


This Private Hire will leave and head to the famous Yorkshire Dales.  

It’s an ideal way to see the amazing landscape associated with this stunning part of Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Dales National Park. 

Departing you will head north to the traditional Yorkshire village of Grassington. You will have some time for photos and the opportunity to explore this historic village. Following a scenic route past a series of traditional villages the tour then heads to Aysgarth Falls. The Falls were made famous in the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and were visited by historical figures such as Turner, Ruskin and Wordsworth.  

After Aysgarth Falls, you will make your way to Askrigg where The Kings Arms pub was used as the Drovers Arms in All Creatures Great and Small.  You will have time to look around the village.

On leaving Askrigg you will drive over the dales to Muker and the stunning Buttertubs with opportunities to take photos. If there is time, a stop at the Creamery in Hawes is possible where you can try the famous Wensleydale Cheese. Next, you will head to the Ribblehead Viaduct where some amazing photographic opportunities await as the Settle to Carlisle rail viaduct soars above the valley floor.

There will be a final stop on the way back to explore another fascinating town before the tour makes its way back to your starting location.

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