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Inns in Settle

New Inn Hotel
Clapham
Settle
North Yorkshire

LA2 8HH | View map

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Set in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The beautiful old village straggles on either side of Clapham Beck, one half linked to the other by three bridges, the Church is at the top, the New Inn at the bottom.
Nestling beneath Ingleborough, this family run Inn is set amidst a geological wonderland of limestone, cavern and fell country. A true Village Inn.
Experience the warmth and friendliness that the Mannion family give to the New Inn, an 18th Century Coaching Inn, lovingly and carefully refurbished over the past 18 years. Now, a wonderful blend of old and new, retaining the ambience of a true Dales Village Inn run by Yorkshire folk.
Clapham is situated 5 miles north of Settle along the A65 route to the Lakes, with its own Nature Trail, Show Cave and Shops.

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Ratings/Awards: 2 Star
Number of Rooms: 19
Number Ensuite: 19
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Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - restaurant& lounge bar
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Garden

Sample Menu:

To Begin with

Smoked Salmon
with Prawns Marie Rose & Leaf Salad

Yorkshire Puddings
with a Rich Red Wine Onion gravy & local Pork sausage
As A Main Course

Spicy Chicken
Warm Salad of with Pesto Dressing
As A Main Course with Noodles.

‘V’ Pesto Tortellini
with a Classic Tomato Sauce Parmesan Shaving
As A Main Course

Wild Mushrooms
With a Creamy Sherry Sauce in a Filo Basket

Potted Flookburgh Shrimps
with Apple and Cinnamon

Chicken Liver Pate
with a Toasted Muffin & Homemade Chutney

Soup of the Day
Chef’s Homemade Soup & Bread




Please ask for the Vegetarian dish of the day



The Main Course



12oz Fillet Steak
with Field Mushrooms Rich Red Wine Sauce with Deep Fried New Potatoes & Vegetables

Porchetta (Suckling Pig…
Herb Roasted on Mediterranean Vegetables with Mango & Apricot Coulis & Herb Dice Potatoes

A Trio of Lamb Cutlets
with Honey Roast Vegetables and Savoury Herb Diced Potatoes and Minted Gravy

10oz Grilled Rib Eye Steak
with Open Jacket Potato, Mushrooms, Tomato & Onion Rings

Breast of Chicken
with Melted Goats Cheese and Tarragon on Mediterranean Vegetables and New Potatoes

Whole Tail Breaded Scampi
with Potato wedges, mixed leaf salad & home made Tartare sauce

Poached Fillet of Cod
on Spring Onion Mash with a creamy Parsley Sauce & Fresh Vegetables

Crusty Steak Pie
with a Rich Gravy Vegetables and Mash Potatoes

Vietnamese Chilli Chicken
with Stir Fried Vegetables & Egg Noodles

Spinach Pasta
with Smoked & Flaked Salmon
V As a Vegi
with Mediterranean Vegetables

Sunday Roast


A blackboard selection of specials and Homemade Sweets are also available

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