- Recommend me a nice place to stay in the Yorkshire Dales
My favourite Dale is Swaledale, take a look here:
NB My family has a cottage in Muker, so never had to stay in a B&B / Hotel.Posted 4 years agocrispoSubscriber
So it’s nearly mrs Crispos birthday.
Seen as we have just got married and been bought everything we could possibly ever need or want from John Lewis I think a weekend away could be a good birthday present.
Have done it before and stayed at the drunken duck in the lakes and that went down a storm.
So looking for something quite similar but in Yorkshire Dales this time as fancy a change of scenery.
So best hotels/posh pub inns that you can think of in the Dales. Extra marks if they do good beer and food or have a good pub near by!Posted 4 years agogravity-slaveMember
Good quality B&B in a tiny picturesque village
Fountain Arms is a 1 minute walk across the old pack horse bridge and over the village green, food hit and miss but has been excellent. A table in the snug is quite romantic, or can be!Posted 4 years agotrevron73Member
Guys Grassington house in Grassington (5 miles from Angel at Hetton) run by the old head chef from the Angel.I used to work at the Angel when i was 20-22 years old then i went to work for John(owner at Grassington house)when he opened his first place .Had my wedding there in 2010 ,cracking place, better food than Angel and nicer folk.Job done.Posted 4 years agogrumMember
Devonshire Arms near Bolton Abbey does great food – tasting menu is awesome. Think they have a Michelin star. Our room wasn’t amazing but it has a nice pool//sauna etc.
There’s a couple of nice pubs in Swaledale owned by the same people – Charles Bathhurst is one, can’t remember the name of the other. Not mega posh but very nice.Posted 4 years agolastyMember
The CB inn – aka Charles Bathurst.. look no further.Posted 4 years ago
Middle of nowhere but upmarket, very comfortable and not over expensive.
Best ploy is to call them and ask about any offers – they usually find some way to cut the bill and encourage people to stay.
I`ve stayed there twice, food is as gourmet as you like and the rooms comfortable – take your walking boots, Gods own country .. 😆smogmonsterSubscriberFunkyDuncMember
How big is your budget? Not to everyones taste, but avery nice relaxed country hotel and restaurant. Very very nice Michelin food, swimming pool etc etc.
Mrs FD and myself have stayed twice, even though we only live about 15 miles away!
You can even turn up in your helicopter.
They do tend to do deals on dinner, bed and breakfast. If you havent eaten Michelin food before you would be in for an amazing surprise. (make sure its dinner in the Burlington Restaurant)Posted 4 years agogrumMember
Yeah I recommended it up there – got a mate who worked there so we got 1/3rd off our food and wine bill. 8)
The tasting menu was really amazing – good they have a vege one too as my wife is that way inclined. As I said we weren’t that blown away by our room though – nothing wrong with it but it seemed a bit small.Posted 4 years ago
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