Daffodils are ove for this year. But the weather this weekend is meant to be good so why noy visit Farndale. While at High Mill the Daffy Caffy is open daily and the Feversham Arms at Church Houses is open Daily for Food and Refreshement 12-3 & 6-9, with a welcoming Log Fire.
The path between Low Mill and Church Houses is mostly made up: Two short sections of the path are paved with most of the remainder being of an aggregate surface, there are 2 short sections which are unsurfaced (these are through wooded parts of the walk). During and after wet weather the path can become muddy through wooded areas.
Along the path there are also a couple of fairly steep slopes / hills (near the middle of the walk) so visitors using Wheelchairs and similar should take care. The majority of the walk between Low Mill and Church Houses can be completed from the two ends for those not able to tackle these areas.
Refreshments are available at the Daffy Caffy at High Mill and the Feversham Arms Inn at Church House within farndale. There will be a Bric- a Brac sale in the Band Room on Saturday 17th April. Around the area there are a good selection of Pubs and cafe's please see our links page for more deatails
The more adventurous visitor will be rewarded there is usually a magnificent display in St Mary's Church yard at Church Houses and walking along the River particularly from Lowna where there is a small parking area
Whilst we welcome visitors to the Dale, please remember to treat it with courtesy and abide by the country code, the land is all working farmland. There is no access land in the Dale itself so please keep to signed rights of way.
>Click Here< To view BBC Look North Video of Daffy Walk broadcast 11th April 2007
>Click Here< Video on Youtube "Country Walks with Ian Sampson - Farndale Daffodils" part of a commercial Video.
The two photographs below are courtesy of Yorkshire Video, they are stills from a DVD about Yorkshire wich will be available from Tourist Information Centres from June 2008. Farndale was filmed between the rain and snow in April 2008.
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