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“The charm of Kettlewell is an abiding charm, and to those of us whose life is spent amid the hurley-burley of city life, the village seems the peculiar abode of peace and quiet beauty; its limestone terraces, with their fringes of hazel and rowan coppices give to the district a characteristic beauty. But the special glory of Kettlewell is not that of colour, but of line. Situated at the junction of the main valley of the Wharfe valley, which descend from the Coverhead Pass, Kettlewell is the converging point of many contour lines, and to the eye which delights in the flow and ripple of sky line there is a beauty in Kettlewell which is all its own.”
This was written nearly one hundred years ago by Professor Moorman.
North Yorkshire BD23 5QX
Yorkshire Dales, UK
Built in 1729 as a classic Georgian country house in a charming hamlet just one mile outside of Richmond, North Yorkshire, Easby Hall was significantly extended in the late 19th Century to accommodate a ballroom and generously sized dancing hall and ...