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Blue Lion (The)
East Witton
Leyburn
North Yorkshire

DL8 4SN | View map
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From the first moment that you set foot into the Blue Lion, you will be overwhelmed by its charm and character. Combine this with the warmth of our friendly staff and you have all the ingredients for a wonderful break in the heart of Wensleydale.

The bar, with it's open fire and flagstoned floor, offers a tantalising range of bar meals, as well as a fine selection of traditional hand-pulled beers.

The candlelit restaurant provides a gracious setting in which to enjoy the delights of our la carte menu. All food is freshly prepared, using a variety of local ingredients, and there is always a selection of vegetarian dishes available to choose from.

After dinner, retire to one of our charming and individually decorated bedrooms, which are fully equipped to meet the requirements of our discerning customers.

Details

Number of Rooms: 15
Number Ensuite: 15

Price per Room:

Double: 94 - 145
Single: Sun - Thurs: From 79
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Restaurant

Name: The Blue Lion
Cuisine: Traditional English
Chef: John Dalby
Awards: Dining Pub of the Year (x2)
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