Century coaching inn ideally situated between the Lake District and
Yorkshire Dales. Entrance is through the bar which is heated by a
stove. Meals served in candle-lit a la carte
restaurant and smaller dining area. Accommodation provided in 10
en-suite bedrooms all with colour televisions and tea and coffee making
facilities and include a mini-suite with solid oak four-poster bed. Large beer garden.
015 242 76233
village local with 'L' shaped bar and restaurant. Accommodation
provided. Bar and restaurant meals served lunchtimes and evenings. Real
century pub popular with locals and passing trade on the A65 main road
through village. No fruit machines or games. Accommodation in five
en-suite rooms. Thursday is Steak or Surf night with sirloin or salmon
steak and full meal plus bottle of house wine per couple. Folk music on
the last Friday of every month and Saturday is live entertainment night.
century coaching inn on Sedbergh's Main Street. Meals are served in the
two bars and restaurant which are popular with both locals and vistors.
Childrens meals also aerved. Accommodation is in 16 recently
refurbished en-suite rooms. Beer garden to the rear. Ales from Black
Sheep and Copper Dragon.
015 396 20264
|Clapham Bunkhouse Bar
with licensed bar and bunkhouse accommodation next to the Yorkshire
Dales National Park Centre in Clapham. Ideally situated for nearby
caves and walks
The café serves hot food, arts, crafts and
gifts. Breakfasts are served until 12:00 noon. Award winning ales
are served in the bar which opens during the afternoon between 12:00
Centrally heated bunkrooms and free Wi-Fi.
015 242 51144
to it's original name after a spell as The Old Station, the Craven Arms
is a friendly pub by Settle bypass. A wide variety of meals served in
a-la carte restaurant. Produce is locally sourced and all meat comes
from an organic farm three miles away. Bar meals also served.
Accommodation in seven double and twin en-suite rooms. Meals served all
Winner of 'Best Newcomer' award 1996 from Licensee and Morning Advertiser.
17th century coaching inn with two bars, one for diners where good quality meals are served.
Occasional live music and entertainment.
Popular with potholers. Breakfast and packed lunches available to non-residents.
Bed and breakfast accommodation available in three rooms.
015 242 42427
village centre pub with small vault with television at the front and
large, spacious lounge with a dining area to one side to the rear.
There is a strong tradition of domino playing in the vault.
Accommodation in en-suite five rooms.
The pub is under new management is now open seven days a week with food being served all day from 12 noon to 9pm.
Beer garden by the riverside.
pub with no beer and a real delight at the foot of the beautiful
Howgill Fells near Sedbergh. Originally a farmhouse in the early 17th
Century, it became Temperance establishment where no alcohol was
served, part of a 19th Century working class trend due partly to the
growth of Methodism when people were encouraged to reject alcohol. It
was left to the National Trust in 1948 by the last owner on the
condition that it remained Temperance.
015 396 202845
Horton in Ribblesdale
inn found at the north end of the village next to two bridges over the
Ribble and ideally situated for both the Pennine Way and Three Peaks
Walk. The Crown has a lounge bar with open fire and walkers' bar and
offers good food and accommodation with some rooms en-suite at
excellent rates. Beers from Theakstons.
Camping is available in the village and the Crown is handy for the station on Settle to Carlisle Line.
and hotel offering a good varied menu and accommodation near Sedbergh
town centre. Tradition bar and Smithy. Evening dining in the buttery.
Families with children welcome in the Smithy. Meals served 12 noon to
2pm and 6pm to 9pm Monday to Friday, all day Saturday and Sunday.
Accommodation in five rooms. Holiday cottages also available.
015 396 21311
|Falcon Manor Hotel
hotel on outskirts of Settle offering ample en-suite accommodation, bar
and restaurant meals and a high degree of comfort. The Falconers Bar at
the side is open to non-patrons and has a circular pool table and
dining area. Outdoor seating and parking are available and the hotel is
less than half a mile (800m) from the railway station, ideal for
visiting the Settle to Carlisle Railway.
four-star inn situated at the foot of the Howgill Fells just outside
the National Park on the main A683 Sedbergh to Kirkby Stephen road.
Restaurant meals served from daily table d'hote menu or a la carte selection. Extensive choice of bar meals.
Rooms available at mid-range tariffs - discounts for stays of four or more days and winter breaks. Dogs welcome at £10 per stay.
015 396 23242
village pub serving home-made food. Bread made daily at the pub. Family
room with verandah. Disabled access. Camping available nearby. Bed and
breakfast accommodation in three double rooms and one twin room.
Excellent meals are served here at lunchtimes and in the evenings and
the pub is ideal for those staying at the nearby Dalesbridge Centre.
015 242 51226
|George & Dragon
Dent, near Sedbergh
centre pub overlooking the Adam Sedgwick memorial in the picturesque
cobblestoned village of Dent. Owned by Dent Brewery, who also own the
nearby Sun Inn, the George and Dragon has main bar and lounge area plus
separate pool room. Meals served 12:00 - 14:00 and 19:00 - 21:30 daily.
Accommodation provided with some of the rooms having en-suite
015 396 25256
Horton in Ribblesdale
comfortable lounge with fine collections of plates, stuffed animals and
brass blow torches. Collection of minature bottles of whiskey above the
bar some of which date back to the 19th Century.
Accommodation in en-suite rooms and bunk rooms.
tap room is frequently used by pothole clubs at the weekend and singing
sessions are not uncommon. Visitors with musical instruments welcome.
Campsite next door to pub.
multi-roomed layout to this pub which offers real fire, accommodation
and lunchtime and evening bar meals. Dogs welcome. On main road through
Giggleswick into Settle, formally the A65, now bypassed.
Families with children welcome.
Charming family country inn and restaurant on the main A683 road between Kirkby Lonsdale and Sedbergh.
A dog-friendly pub with bed and breakfast accommodation.
Ideally situated for the Yorkshire Dales, the Lake District and Morecambe Bay.
015 396 20258
|Helwith Bridge Hotel
Helwith Bridge, Ribblesdale
pub on the Ribble Way overlooking the River Ribble and Settle to
Carlisle Railway. There are also splendid views of Pen-y-Ghent and
Ingleborough. Set back from the B6479 Settle to Horton road, the pub is
popular with several caving clubs, pub games teams and locals and
Accommodation is available in a small bunkhouse.
A camp site is adjacent to the pub.
the Sun Inn is the King's Arms a traditional pub with log fires and
real ale. Open all day from 12:00 seven days a week. Food served from
Sky sports on large screen. Dogs welcome.
In a ginnel
adjacent to the pub are three holiday cottages where accommodation is
provided at mid-range rates. Christmas and New Year stays available.
012 242 71220
the Golden Lion, this is a large town centre hotel popular with locals
and visitors. Pool table and T.V. in one room while the other has
imposing fireplace with 'lion' theme. Disabled access to toilets may
need assistance. Camping at Langcliffe. The Black Horse Jazzmen perform
here every Thursday.
Thornton in Lonsdale, Ingleton
Popular Dales pub which has changed hands a number of times in the last few years.
inside the National Park boundary 15 minutes walk from Ingleton village
this pub is popular with potholers, those who enjoy the outdoor life
and those who simply enjoy good food and good beer.
Opposite is St.
Oswald's Church. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of Sherlock Holmes
was married here. Live music at the weekends.
015 242 41281
17th Century inn in village opposite the green with maypole. Yorkshire
'Scrumpy' is sold here. Dogs welcome in bedrooms as well as in the bar.
Maypole dancing takes place on the green outside the pub on the first Saturday of May.
pub at the top of Garsdale, just inside North Yorkshire, before the
road drops down into Wensleydale on it's way to Hawes. Bar room and
second room without a bar. Pleasant atmosphere in a secluded location.
Accommodation in four-poster room, family room, twin room and three
Large, village pub, much modernized in recent years. Accommodation in many en-suite rooms.
The pub is handy for the many visitor attractions in the area.
Next door is the Cave Rescue Organisation headquarters.
015 242 51203
|Old Brewery Inn
Formally the Mason's Arms this pub is located on the main A65 road where it passes through Ingleton.
Meals and accommodation.
Camping at Moorgarth Farm.
015 242 41158
|Old Hill Inn
Chapel le Dale
17th century pub on the Ingleton to Hawes road in Chapel-le-Dale
village. Once renowned for it's riotious Saturday nights the inn
nowadays caters for people stopping by for a meal. Accommodation now
available in en-suite rooms.
The large car park has electric hook-up points for motor and trailer
caravans. A farm opposite the Old Hill Inn now offers camping.
Alternative/group accommodation is also available in the nearby Old
015 242 41256
|The Orange Tree
family run pub found near the far end of the market town of Kirkby
Lonsdale. The pub is the meeting place for the Kirkby Lonsdale rugby
team and the rugby ball shaped light above the porch shows the pub's
strong links to the club.
Accommodation in several immaculate
en-suite rooms and seft catering cottage. Meals are served in the
restaurant with meats provided by award-winning local butcher.
015 242 71716
Casterton, Kirkby Lonsdale
18th century family pub in village on main road north of Kirkby
Lonsdale. Two bars serving two lounges. Situated in the Lune Valley and
is ideally placed for both the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and the
Forest of Bowland is also nearby. Accommodation provided in
several well appointed rooms at a good price. Twin room
on the ground floor. Disabled access. Meals served in attractive oak-panelled dining room and bar.
015 242 71230
more associated with the Forest of Bowland than the Yorkshire Dales I
thought I give this one a mention as it is featured in the CAMRA guide
to Real Ale in the Craven Dale. This large fronted old inn has a
multiroomed layout offering a small public bar, no smoking area and
snug. Children are welcome and meals are served lunchtimes and
evenings. Accommodation and parking available. Beer garden and open
pub-restaurant on Kirkby Lonsdale's main street. The pub is now owned
by Robinsons so look out for their legendary 'Old Tom' ale on tap.
Accommodation in eight rooms.
015 242 71205
one-roomed pub dating from the 1800's on Finkle Street near Sedburgh
town centre. The L-shaped bar has two open fires and serves bar meals
from 12:00 - 14:00 every day (except Mondays). There is also a separate
restaurant. Children welcome. Traditional pub games. The beers are from
Jennings of Cockermouth. Beer garden to the rear. Regular live music
and quiz nights.
015 396 20433
Georgian town-house hotel with well-stocked bar open to non-residents
in Kirkby Lonsdale town centre. 14 bedrooms are provided all with
en-suite facilities and feature flat-screen T.V.s and I-Pods. The hotel
is in an ideal location for visiting both the Yorkshire Dales and the
Meals are provided in the magnificent restaurant using locally sourced ingredients prepared by a high quality chef and his team.
pub and hotel in Settle town centre with a revolving door as it's main
entrance. The high ceilings and panelled walls give the pub an old
fashioned feel. The bar has a bit of a railway theme, appropiate for a
pub at the southern terminus of the Settle to Carlisle Railway.
Accommodation is provided and camping is available at Langcliffe. Meals served afternoons and evenings, all day
weekends. Disabled access.
17th century coaching inn just off the Market Square in Kirkby
Lonsdale. One of the best preserved pubs in the area it is full of
charm and character. With well priced rooms and good meals it provides
an ideal location to stay situated between the Lakes and the Dales.
Live music performed here.
015 242 71308
near two of the magnificent viaducts on the Settle to Carlisle Railway,
this lovely isolated pub nestles in the bottom of Dentdale, between
Dent and Newby Head. May be closed during the afternoon. Children are
welcome until 9:00pm but Accommodation is available for up to 10 for
those who wish to stop over for a but longer and there is a real fire
during winter months. Meals are served lunchtimes and evenings.
015 396 25282
situated on the Three Peaks walk between Pen-y-Ghent and Whernside,
this pub which is situated next to the magnificent Ribblehead Viaduct
is popular with cavers and walkers. Camping is available on the common
Below the inn is Batty Wife Cave, a thirty foot crawl
recommended as an ideal trip after a heavy night in the inn. Bed and
breakfast and bunk barn accommodation available.
015 242 41274
delightful inn is one of two pubs owned by the Dent Brewery in the
cobble stoned village of Dent. Here there are none of the distractions
of modern life such as TV, jukebox or gaming machines. Meals available
lunchtimes and in the evenings. Children welcome until 9pm. The Sun has
a separate games room. Beer garden. Four comfortable rooms
accommodating up to six people. Camping nearby.
015 396 25208
old inn opposite the King's Arms in Kirkby Lonsdale. This charming in
with it's open fires, oak floors and leather seating is highly rated by
the travel organisations. Bar and restaurant meals.
eleven standard, superior and deluxe rooms. Various short break
packages available and check out their Christmas and New Year break
deals on their website. Dogs allowed in four of the rooms as well as
the bar area.
015 242 71965
country inn 1590 halfway between Kirkby Lonsdale and Sedbergh on A683.
The farmer started brewing beer to supplement his income. The Swan
nestles not far from the river Lune at the foot of the Middleton Fells.
It retains many of it's original features but some aspects have been
modernised. Meals are available lunchtimes and evenings with a varied
menu. Seating for 40 in the restaurant and al fresco dining in the beer garden.
015 242 76223
popular with the local set who gather here for the football results at
Saturday teatimes. Large screen for sports and smaller T.V.. The large
L-shaped bar has the original 'Talbot Hotel' window on display. Bed and
breakfast and disabled access. Meals served lunchtimes and evenings.
Large beer garden.
on Ingleton's Main Street popular with both locals and visitors.
Popular with families for meals. Regular live music. At the weekends
the pub is popular with the younger set. Large beer garden. Sky Sports
shown. Dogs welcome.
015 242 41247
pub with both tourists and locals renowned for it's extensive
blackboard menu and quality home cooking. Superior accommodation
in en-suite nine bedrooms.
Originally a 17th century coaching inn it was extended at the beginning
of the 19th Century to accommodate a blacksmith's forge and some
stables. The inn served as a courthouse where magistrates met to
review licenses for local inns and dealt with petty crime.
015 242 41275
|Whoop Hall Inn|
16th Century pub on the A65, a mile from Kirkby Lonsdale. Now a
much-modernised country pub and hotel, the Whoop Hall Inn offers ample
accommodation as well as restaurant and bar facilities. It's location,
just inside Lancashire, makes it ideal for both the Lake District and
the Yorkshire Dales. Families welcome. Guests have complimentary use of
Country Club facilities including 18m (60ft) swimming pool and gym.
015 242 71284