18th Century C.B. Inn is named after Charles Bathurst, great grandson
of Oliver Cromwell's physician, Dr. John Bathurst. The Bathurst family
owned many of the mines in the Langthwaite and Arkengarthdale area. The
Inn offers nine en-suite bedrooms with good views of Arkengarthdale and
a warm and friendly atmosphere.
The Inn offers conference facilities and is licenced for civil wedding ceremonies.Beers from Black Sheep Brewery and other local breweries.
near the top of the market place with Norman Castle to the rear. This
is Richmond's oldest pub and is named after St. Blazius, the patron
saint of wool-combers. Bed and breakfast
listed building, an attempt to restore the Black Bull to it's original
state (without it's white cladding) fell foul of local planning
regulations because the hotel was listed after the white cladding was
added. In protest some pranksters hung it's name sign upside down. An
upside down sign is still displayed over the bar entrance.
The Black Bull is popular with visitors and locals and offers food and drink in a pleasant enviorment.
described at the only 'true pub' left in Middleham, the Black Bull on
the Market Square is popular with the local racing fraternity for which
Middleham is famous for.
Bar meals include snacks, soups, sandwiches and main courses.
Accommodation in three rooms with tariffs to suit those on a budget and include breakfast.
former coaching inn in Finkle Street offering accommodation in 14
rooms. Disabled access. Children welcome. Bar and bistro meals
available. Special diets catered for. On site parking with space for up
to eleven cars.
Award winning cask ales.
Free 80mb fibre-optic Wi-Fi.
Dogs welcome in accommodation.
Open all day.
Intriguing town centre pub on Leyburn's Market Place. Wide range of beers, wines and soft drinks. Children and dogs welcome.
Accommodation in nine en-suite rooms.
Eat as much as you can carvery on Sundays.
Look out for the interesting old man-trap mounted on the front wall of the hotel.
17th century pub in the shadow of the castle walls in Richard III's home town. Oak beams and open fire. Bar and a la carte
restaurant meals served using daily fresh local produce. Middleham is
famous for it's training of racehorses which can often be seen on their
way to the gallops on the moors and visits to stables can be arranged
at the Black Swan. Accommodation available.
South facing beer garden ideal for al-fresco dining.
015 242 42427
Century coaching inn on corner where the A6108 Leyburn to Masham road
sharply bends in village. The bar has open fire and stone-flagged
floors. Meals served in bar and a la carte candle-lit restaurant.
Accommodation in 12 superior ensuite rooms with premium tariff. The
village of East Witton has a huge green, typical of this part of the
Yorkshire Dales. The Blue Lion is under the same ownership as the White
Swan in Middleham.
Pub on National Park boundary halfway between Richmond and Leyburn.
Closed weekday afternoons.
Food served lunchtimes and evenings (except Tuesday lunchtimes).
family run 18th century pub. As well as an extensive bar menu, the
Bolton Arms serves two and three-course evening meals in the upstairs
restaurant. Because the Bolton Arms is a listed building they are
unable to provide disabled access to the upper floors but alternative
arrangements can be made in advance.
The function room with it's own bar can cater for 80 people for various events.
of two pubs in the large village of Redmire. Meals, accommodation and
beer garden. Accommodation in en-suite rooms in stable block and
superior rooms upstairs. No dogs except guide dogs please. Traditional
pubs games, quoits, darts and dominoes.
Quiz nights on Thursdays.
Open seven days a week from 11am until late.
pub by River Swale with good views of the hills and moors. Bar and
restaurant meals available as is an excellent range of facilities
including B&B, disabled access and family room. The pub is open all
day every day.
Meals served all day at weekends.
Live music Thursday nights.
of three pubs in the village of Reeth offering accommodation, bar meals
and refreshments. Formally an 18th century coaching inn. Ask about the
secret walled garden.
Dogs are very welcome here.
The main bar has a beam adorned with interesting horse brasses and unusual door knockers.
Open 11:00 - Midnight seven days a week.
Check out their Christmas and New Year offers.
overlooking Richmond's large cobbled market place. One of a number of
pubs and hotels within easy walking distance of all the shops, car
parks and Castle.
Regular entertainment, live bands, discos and charity events.
historic 16th century coaching inn can be found on the banks of the
River Cover near it's confluence with the Ure at the entrances to
Coverdale and Wensleydale. The inn has changed little with open beams,
wooden settles and log fires. Accommodation in three en-suite rooms.
Children and dogs welcome. The Inn is about halfway between East Witton
Open all day.
traditional Dales pub in the village of Askrigg. The pub is open all
day for drinks and meals cooked using locally sourced produce and are
served from 12 midday to 2pm and 6:30pm - 8:45pm.
Bunk barn available.
Small, three bedroomed hotel. Main bar and smaller rooms with three open fires. Beer garden to rear with views of Wensleydale..
The Crown Hotel is both family and dog-friendly.
Meals served lunchtimes and evenings. Light bites served afternoons. Three restaurant areas.
Nearby are the Wensleydale Creamery, Dales Countryside Museum and Hawes Ropemakers. Accommodation in en-suite rooms.
Dales local with open fire, stone flags and much of it's old character
retained. Accommodation in a self-contained holiday cottage
opposite the pub. The Farmers Arms offers a warm Dales welcome
and muddy boots, families and dogs are welcome and the pub is
with bar open to non-residents in Hawes Market Place. 17th Century
coaching inn with 11 en-suite bedrooms which all include colour
television and tea/coffee making facilities. Single, double, twin and
family rooms available.
The public bar which is popular with the
local set as well as visitors offer a wide selection of local ales,
lagers and other beers as well as wines. Bar meals served lunchtimes
and in the evenings..
|Fox & Hounds
by picturesque green with it's village cross and set of stocks. This
17th Century coaching inn at the entrance to Bishopdale offers
traditional food and real ales.
Accommodation in six en-suite rooms. Dogs welcome in some of the rooms for a small extra charges. Coaches welcome.
Telephone to book meals and accommodation.
Open 09:00 - 00:30 Monday to Sunday.
one-roomed inn in village at entrance to Bishopdale. Several
dedications to deceased regulars can be seen around the bar.
Accommodation and food at reasonable prices and fine beers.
|George & Dragon
century coaching inn in Aysgarth, ideal for the waterfalls and
exploring Wensleydale. Superb meals cooked using local ingredients
whenever possible. Children's menu. Wines from throughout the world.
Excellently priced accommodation available in seven individually styled
rooms with all the facilities. Ironing facilities and trouser-press
available. Dinner, bed and breakfast, three-night offers and Christmas
packages also available.
|George & Dragon
from closure and now run by the local community the George and Dragon
featured in a television documentary series about the Yorkshire
Dales. Opened in June, 2010 by local Member of Parliament,
William Hague, this pub is located in the north-eastern extremity of
the national park. The beer garden has spectacular views over
|Golden Lion Hotel
'Goldie' as it is known by the locals, the Golden Lion is at the heart
of Richmond's market place directly under the castle tower.
Accommodation in four rooms. Open all day.
Set in 14
acres of grounds which includes Hardraw Force, England's highest
single-drop waterfall (which can only be accessed through the pub for a
small fee), this 16th century coaching inn features a hotel as
well as a large bar room with open fire.
Regular live music
performed here on Saturday nights and camping is available to the rear
of the pub. Annual brass band contests are held here in September every
Telephone: 01969 667392
|Holly Hill Inn
pub and restaurant with bed and breakfast accommodation. Located
above the Georgian market town of Richmond on the road to Hudswell.
|Kearton Country Hotel
in the delightful village of Thwaite. Multi-roomed layout downstairs
include several eating areas and a lounge with a curious central
fireplace with overhead cowling and collection of old irons. The tiny
bar at the front of the hotel is open to non-residents as well as
Meals served all day but non-residents need to make a reservation for meals served after 18:30.
Free Wi-Fi throughout.
in April 2007 in the former youth hostel. Hotel with bar open to
non-residents. Restaurant meals can be enjoyed in the a-la-carte dining
room which has stunning views of Swaledale through huge windows.
en-suite and with shared facilities. Special rates for children. Dogs
welcome in rooms for a small fee. The nearby campsite includes
accommodation in yurts.
inn dating back to the 18th Century with large fireplaces and is
popular with walkers. Award winning restaurant and extensive bar menu.
Interesting artifacts in the bar. Pub open lunchtimes and evenings. Bed
and breakfast available at the King's Arms, free to holders of Holiday
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village local serving a good variety of home cooked foods including
game dishes and fish. Humourous murals on walls. Bar heated by open
fires and stoves. Bed and breakfast accommodation in several
Open seven days a week 11am to late.
door to the Black Bull. The Kings Arms Hotel has regular live
entertainment. Bands are advertised regularly on Fresh A.M. radio at
986 and 1413 KHz Medium Wave. The Inn has has two spacious bars and is
open all day every day offering lunches and evening meals as well as
the traditional Sunday lunch.
pub re-opened in the autumn of 2014, following a closure of two years
and an extensive refurbishment. Like the Punchbowl in nearby Low Row
the King's Head came very close to being lost to the Yorkshire Dales.
It is early days yet but visitors to the re-opened pub have praised the
new owners and the quality of food served here.
Meals served lunchtimes and in the evenings.
Pub open all day seven days a week.
Pub on Grove square only a few yards from the town centre.
|King's Head Hotel
|The Old Board
town centre pub and hotel next to the Crown in the market place.
Traditional ales and homemade food. Meals served all day.
Accommodation in five rooms with a full range of breakfast options.
|Palmer Flatt Hotel
licenced hotel and restaurant with traditional local bar. Fishing is
available on private stretch of river in four acres of land. This hotel
is ideal for visiting the famous Aysgarth Falls. The hotel takes it's
name from pilgrims bearing palm branches from the Holy Land.
Accommodation available in eleven en-suite rooms.
Now called the Aysgarth Falls Hotel.
A welcome return to the Yorkshire Dales scene after a long period of closure and uncertainty.
Superior Yorkshire Dales pub with everything for the outdoor enthusiast. The Punch Bowl offers accommodation in eleven en-suite rooms.
restaurant serves seasonal produce including game from the surrounding
moors and beef and lamb from nearby Swale Hall. Fish is delivered fresh
from Hartlepool six days a week.
of 630 or so pubs in the UK bearing that name, the Red Lion,
Langthwaite has featured in several television programmes including All Creatures Great and Small.
Full length films have also featured the pub. Today the Red Lion
remains unspoilt. The bar offers a good range of souveniers as well as
beers and hot drinks. The ancient out-door pub game of knurr and spell
is played here, having been revived by two of it's older regulars.
17th century hotel in Richard III's home town with log fire and oak
beams. Home cooked food serve in bar and a la carte restaurant.
Meals served all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Accommodation
in six attractive en-suite roomswith mid-rate tariffs, check in
preferably after 6pm.
Some of the 500 racehorses trained in the area can be regularly seen passing through Middleham on their way to the gallops.
at the top of the market place with views over the town. Recently
refurbished offering a high standard of quality accommodation.
|Rose & Crown
Dales pub and hotel dating from 1445 by the large village green. Three
bars serve a vault, snug and lounge. Pool table and juke box in the
vault. The lounge has several curious artifacts and a large inglenook.
The a-la carte Dales Room restaurant can seat up to 80 people.
The pub has a large garden and private fishing can be arranged. Children are welcome.
Accommodation in eleven en-suite rooms.
Telephone: 01969 650225
17th century freehouse in Leyburn overshadowed by adjacent church. Bar and restaurant meals available.
Two en-suite bedrooms available.
hotel in village two miles from Hawes on the Buttertubs Road. The hotel
has a large garden and facilities are provided for children of all
ages. Relax in one of the luxuary lounges with large open fires.
18 en-suite rooms. Meals are served in the Fell and Brasserie Restaurants. Famous for the incident involving Jeremy Clarkson!
The Game Tavern is a welcoming bar open to non-residents offering bar meals.
|Street Head Inn
of the oldest coaching inns in the Yorkshire Dales, dating from 1730.
The original beams are well preserved. The inn stands at what was once
the only way into Newbiggin. Food served. Carvery on Sundays.
Beer garden and pool room. Bed and breakfast available.
Bunkhouse accommodation in the Old School House next door to the pub.
01969 663282 or 07769 553589
at the top of the market place, the Talbot is popular with the local
set and is an essential stopover on any Richmond night out.
Regular jazz & blues and folk evenings throughout the year.
|Tan Hill Inn|
highest pub in the United Kingdom and one of the mostinteresting, Tan
Hill Inn offers a unique experience to visitors from around the UK and
abroad. Meals served lunchtimes and evenings. Families welcome. Dog
friendly. Accommodation in seven en-suite rooms and two bunkrooms plus
there is ample camping. Regular live music and events. For more
information go to the Tan Hill page on this site.
on the A684 2 miles (3.2km) out of Leyburn going towards Hawes. A
perfect Dales pub offering a selection of hand pulled beers from the
Black Sheep and Theakstons breweries in Masham. Wide selection of
snacks and bar meals. Restaurant meals in the evenings.
Families with children welcome.
|The Town Hall|
Richmond's Market Place. One of a number of pubs and hotels within easy
walking distance of all the shops, car parks and Castle.
main road between Bainbridge and Aysgarth. A fascinating, cosy
two-roomed pub with outside loos. The bar has a large fire, adorned
with horse-brasses, hunting tropheys and other rural artifacts. Many
postcards from around the world adorn the bar along with plenty of old
The pool room contains various video games from the
early 1980's including Space Invaders. A welcoming pub that is
well worth a visit.
Wheatsheaf in Carperby not far from Aysgarth Falls is an ideal
honeymoon location, indeed, James Herriot and his bride, Helan stayed
here soon after they were married in 1941. Family run hotel with bar,
restaurant and residents' lounge. Accommodation in en-suite rooms.
Other famous patrons include Greta Garbo who stayed here while entertaining the troops at Catterick Garrison in 1942.
|White Hart Country Inn|
White Hart Inn is an old 16th century coaching inn offering a good
range of bar and restaurent meals. Accommodation is available in seven
en-suite rooms. The Inn is nice and handy for the Pennine Way. Indoor
attractions such as the rope makers, Dales Countryside Museum and
Wensleydale Creamery are nearby.
|White Rose Hotel|
run 19th century Georgian Hotel and restaurant with licensed bar on
Askrigg's main street between the Kings Arms and the Crown. Formally
the Winville Hotel. Ten en-suite rooms available for standard rate
tariffs which will suit travellers on a budget and midweek offers
include three nights for the price of two. Residents' lounge available.
Dinners served in a-la carte restaurant and conservatory.
coaching inn dating from Tudor times with oak beams, stone flagged
floors and open fires. This refurbished hotel has eleven en-suite
rooms. Restaurant and bar meals served by chef who enjoys creating new
dishes as well as serving more familiar pub meals. Meals include local
delicacies such as Wensleydale Cheese and Masham Sausage.
Dog welcome in all rooms except the restaurants.