This Quaint Yorkshire Town Has Been Named UK’s Best Place To Stay In An Airbnb

This Quaint Yorkshire Town Has Been Named UK’s Best Place To Stay In An Airbnb

The Yorkshire Dales is the most beautiful place in the UK, with its dramatic landscapes, beautiful waterfalls and idyllic villages. And, it seems we aren’t the only ones who think so, a North Yorkshire market town has come out on top as the best place for Airbnbs in the UK.

As people have got used to spending their vacations in the UK, the popularity of Airbnb has increased and property company researched the top locations for Airbnb stays.

The property company created an index that looked at the number of Airbnbs, the average person capacity and the number of reviews and came out with an average for each place to find out the most popular Airbnbs.

Settle in the Yorkshire Dales came in first place with a score of 0.7 out of 10. Settle has 416 Airbnbs and an average capacity of 3.70. On top of that over 30,000 reviews of the Airbnbs in Settle with an average score of 4.93 out of 5.

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Due to its proximity to walks in the Yorkshire Dales whether it be caves like Victoria cave and Jubliee cave, waterfalls such as Catrigg Force, and hilly walks as well as beautiful pubs and restaurants in the historic market town. 

Settle beat out the popular Cotswolds, which came nn second place on the list with an index score of 9.4. spokesperson, Stefan Gheorghe offered advice on how to ensure that you don’t miss out on your dream New Year break, saying: “You should always plan far in advance so that you can secure the travel dates that you want. As well as this, it is also important to plan your activities and places to visit, particularly if they need booking.”

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“When travelling in an unfamiliar place, it is important to manage your money wisely as you may be surprised by price differences. By looking at reviews of potential accommodation, you can make sure that where you will be visiting is safe and also lives up to expectations.”

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