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Shoulder of Mutton Inn
Kirby Hill
Richmond
North Yorkshire

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Set in the picturesque village of Kirby Hill, the 18th century Shoulder of Mutton Inn offers traditional accommodation with full English breakfast, excellent home-cooked meals and hand-pull real ales. The Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the North Yorkshire Dales, the North York Moors, the North Pennines and the East Yorkshire coastline. The village of Kirby Hill remains unspoilt by time and is conveniently situated four miles north of the historic market town of Richmond. A wealth of picturesque villages, castles and abbeys, country houses and gardens and endless natural beauty are on your doorstep just waiting to be discovered….

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Ratings/Awards: ETB 3 Crowns
AA/RAC Recommended
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Person

Double: From £27.50 - £32.50 (discounted 2 or more nights)
Superior £90 (discounted for 2 or more)
Single: From £35 - £39
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