Angel Inn North Yorkshire

“15th Century drovers' inn turned in the 1950s to a popular pub in the Dales. Oak beams and chic interiors make the comfortable rooms ooze character. The restaurant serves excellent modern British food. Do not miss a chance to explore the wine cave. Great walking from the door.”

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“A winding drive through beautiful Dales scenery makes arriving at this gem of a pub even more welcome. A crofter’s cottage, more than 500 years old in parts, it once brewed and served beer to passing cattle drovers. The atmosphere is relaxed: cosy rooms have oak beams, their nooks filled with polished furniture. In winter fires crackle; in summer you can dine outside overlooking Cracoe Fell. Diners come from far and wide to sample the superb modern British food, and there are five comfortable rooms for those who don't want to leave till morning.”

Written by  Fiona Duncan

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The Angel Inn at Hetton

"The angel has real Yorkshire pub character with mounted shotguns on the walls, gnarled, ancient beams and an old 18th century bar with a delightful coal fire."

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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Facilities

Bar
Family Suites
Parking
Free wifi
Wedding license
Fireplace
Good wine list
Sit-out Terrace
Private dining room
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Wifi
Garden
Restaurant
Two options avaliable.
Pet friendly
Child friendly
Sitting Room
In room music system
Suites
Disabled access
One room on the ground floor.

Activities

Museums
National Media Museum, Bradford - This fabulous free museum is devoted to film, photography, television, radio and the we
Learning
Head to nearby Embsay Station which was built in 1888, to learn about steam trains.
Great walks
Between the world heritage sights and the rolling hills and beautiful valleys, a walk is definitely in order.
Sights nearby
Close to Skipton Castle and Bolton Abbey.

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9 rooms from $199 per night

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Recommended for

Foodies
Knockout food crafted from the finest ingrediants, former owner was dubbed “Godfather of the Gastropub”.
Country Escape
An ideal escape surrounded by wonderful walking in the Yorkshire countryside.

Activities

Museums
National Media Museum, Bradford - This fabulous free museum is devoted to film, photography, television, radio and the we
Learning
Head to nearby Embsay Station which was built in 1888, to learn about steam trains.
Great walks
Between the world heritage sights and the rolling hills and beautiful valleys, a walk is definitely in order.
Sights nearby
Close to Skipton Castle and Bolton Abbey.

Other highlights

Family Suites
Quiet
Owner managed
Remote
Secluded setting
Views
Free wifi
Wedding license
House party feel
Good wine list
Full of character
Sit-out Terrace
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Romantic
Intimate
Antiques
Inn
Chic
Historic
Boutique
Restaurant
Two options avaliable.
Pet friendly
Child friendly
Luxury
Charming
Contemporary
Traditional
Disabled access
One room on the ground floor.

Hotel size

9 rooms
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