Devonshire Arms Country House Hotel & Spa
Devonshire Arms Country House Hotel & Spa

Grassington in Wharfedale with its pleasant cobbled square and little alleys is a pretty spot in itself, and at the meeting-point of several B-roads radiating through the Dales National Park a good base for touring it... Read More

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Grassington House Hotel

Grassington House Hotel

The Georgian Grassington House is one of the town’s most notable historic buildings and was inhabited by distinguished local families before being converted into a hotel in the early 1900s. The elegant architecture, combined with ... More | visit website

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Grassington Lodge (0.07 miles)

Grassington Lodge
Grassington Lodge is an award winning contemporary guest house, which offers stylish and luxurious accommodation in a quiet setting but only a 100 yards from the centre of Grassington, the capital village of Upper Wharfedale. ... More | visit website
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Grove House (0.25 miles)

Grove House
A warm welcome is guaranteed at Grove House, an 18th Century, family run Bed and Breakfast in the heart of the village of Grassington in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. With twin, four poster and ... More | visit website
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Linton Laithe (0.87 miles)

Linton Laithe

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Linton Laithe Bed and Breakfast is part of Grange Farm in the centre of Linton - in - Craven, which is the home of Jonny, Shirley and Pat Metcalfe and ... More

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Gamekeeper's Inn (1.53 miles)

Gamekeeper

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This friendly freehouse inn, formerly a gamekeeper’s cottage, is superbly located at Long Ashes Park in the heart of Wharfedale, perfect for exploring the ... More

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Tennant Arms (2.29 miles)

Tennant Arms

Nestling under Kilnsey Crag in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales approximately 12 miles from Skipton The Tennant Arms was built in the 17th century as a coaching inn for travellers passing through Wharfedale.It is ... More | visit website

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Red Lion Hotel (2.56 miles)

Red Lion Hotel

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Originally a sixteenth century Ferryman's inn, the Red Lion at Burnsall is open for accommodation and meals throughout the year. We offer superb food, fine wines and real ale. The main ... More

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Devonshire Fell Hotel (2.66 miles)

Devonshire Fell Hotel

The Devonshire Fell is a boutique hotel set in an enviable location among beautiful scenery, with stunning views across the River Wharfe, Yorkshire Dales and the village of Burnsall. While stying at The Devonshire Fell you ... More | visit website

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Knowles Lodge (4.61 miles)

Knowles Lodge

Knowles Lodge offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of Wharfedale, between Appletreewick and Barden. A family house built in 1938, lovingly restored and refurbished this magnificent Canadian-style ranch house is a stylish, ... More | visit website

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Warren House (4.67 miles)

Warren House

WARREN HOUSE IS SITUATED IN A STUNNING LOCATION WITH SUPERB VIEWS ALL AROUND. IN THE VERY HEART OF THE YORKSHIRE DALES NATIONAL PARK , ONLY 4 MILES FROM GRASSINGTON , 13 MILES FROM SKIPTON , ... More | visit website

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Lister Arms (6.21 miles)

Lister Arms

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The Lister Arms is a quintessential English pub offering home cooked food and luxury accommodation in the village of Malham. Close to the popular market towns of Settle and Skipton. ... More

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