A magical little market town in the Yorkshire Dales and famous for the production of Wallace and Gromit’s favourite Wensleydale Cheese, Hawes is a honeypot tourist attraction to remember. The name means ‘pass between the mountains’, which makes sense, as it stands between the Buttertubs and Fleet Moss ranges.
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Since 1307, Hawes has been recorded as a thriving market town, and the Tuesday market still brings shoppers in from far and wide. Want to get in on the action? Enjoy a last-minute short break with our exclusive discount on last-minute cottages in Hawes!