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Bridge House Hotel
Catterick Bridge
North Yorkshire

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A traditional, family-owned hotel, ideally located between the North Yorkshire Moors and Dales National Parks. Recently refurbished, we offer a friendly, dedicated service to commercial and leisure customers alike. Set in attractive gardens on the banks of the River Swale, the Bridge House Hotel, dates from the 15th Century and provides an unforgettable historic atmosphere, ideal for a short break in this beautiful part of Yorkshire. Our high standards of service also make us an attractive choice for business customers who appreciate the personal touch offered by a privately-owned establishment. All of our fifteen guest rooms are well-appointed, with en suite facilities, many with views of the river. Guests can enjoy a quiet drink and excellent food in our comfortable Hotel Bar, or the sizeable Riverside Restaurant, Ballroom and Lounge provide the perfect venue for weddings, parties and conferences of any size.

The Bridge House Hotel is conveniently located close to the A1 and is within reach of excellent rail and air links, offering the ideal opportunity to visit nearby market towns, the Yorkshire Dales National Park or to travel further afield to the Yorkshire coast or the vibrant cities of York and Newcastle. Catterick Racecourse is situated opposite the Hotel, making us the destination of choice for guests wanting to relax after a day at the races. Please note that, as the Bridge is Grade 1 listed, we have no lift or ground floor guest bedrooms.

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