Smardale BridgeHigh Greenside Bed and Breakfast is in a beautiful location at the foot of Green Bell which is part of the Howgill Fells in the Yorkshire Dales National Park in Cumbria. There are stunning views to enjoy on any day of the week. We are on the edge of the Wainwright's Coast to Coast Walk and the Dales High Way.

It's situated on the fringe of the picturesque village of Ravenstonedale in the Upper Eden Valley.  The village boasts two lovely local pubs, the Kings Head and the Black Swan, they serve wonderful food, real ales, have outdoor seating areas, are dog friendly and are just a 15 minute walk from the B & B. The Fat Lamb is on the outskirts of the village and is equally as lovely and welcoming.

Scandal Beck flows gently through the village as it makes its way towards the Eden Valley.  The Beck is a beautiful stretch of crystal clear water in the scenic Smardale Nature Reserve.  You can view the deep fertile banks on each side housing fine examples of ancient pillow mounds (known locally as the 'Giants Graves'.  The stream then flows beneath Smardale Bridge within sight of Smardale Viaduct.  Smardale Bridge is an old pack horse bridge which has been widened to carry wheeled carts.  It is now crossed by walkers on the Coast to Coast(C2C) Walk.

There is so much more to discover in this impressive part of Cumbria, guests love walking, hiking, cycling and fishing in this peaceful countryside surrounded by sheep, and wildlife everywhere.