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River House
North Yorkshire

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River house is a family run 4 star guest house with dinner and breakfast awards by the AA we are also members of Deliciously Yorkshire as we only use locally sourced produced for your breakfast's and evening meals, we even have our own chicken now. We are able to cater for all dietary requirements, Just 10 miles from the market town of Skipton, if you go west 1 hour to Kendal in the lake district, and if you go east, on the A59 only 1 hour from Harrogate. So we are ideally sited for you to explore the surrounding countryside, whether you are in a car, bike, on foot or even on a horse, Parts of River house date back to 1664, with the front of the house been Victorian, and the restaurant once was one of the village dance hall. We have 8 lovely guest bed-rooms all en-suite some with baths as well as showers and 4 having power showers, lots of little home from home touches in the room's to make your stay with us more memorable. We are open for dinner Tuesday to Saturday evening and we are open to non residents for dinner too. We have a lovely cosy lounge bar were you can relax with a drink from our licensed bar we have a well stocked new world wine list and local beers.Other facility's which we have are wireless internet in all part of the house, private parking, secure lockable garage for bikes. packed lunches are available, laundry and drying room. So come a enjoy a well earned relaxing break with us, in the beautiful village of Malham, set with in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales.

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