Yorke Arms Yorkshire (Ramsgill)

“Michelin-starred food at this superb traditional village inn in the rolling Dales. Cosy, traditional rooms, some with mahogany four poster beds. An outstanding location for trekkers or 'view admirers' alike. Food to impress even the harshest of critics. A rural abode in full perfection.”

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“Flagged floors, beams, wood-panelled rooms and open fires welcome you home to the Yorke Arms after a long walk in the glorious rolling Dales. There’s a reassuring feeling of order: what should have been polished has been polished, and what should have been swept has been. The candlelit restaurant serves as a showcase for Frances Atkin’s Michelin-starred, daily changing menu. The 12 bedrooms, all refurbished with new bathrooms, are contemporary yet cosy. It’s hard to fault it.”

Written by  Fiona Duncan

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Sunday Times Ultimate 100 British Hotels 2014

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Out of the Wild

This was a very good lunch indeed, in the sort of surroundings that can't help but make things feel special. And after good coffee, and tiny tablets of fudge, we laced up our boots and set off for a long hike over the grand hills of Olde England for the betterment of our souls.

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Facilities

Restaurant
Held one Michelin Star since 2003
Parking
Bar
Fireplace
Restrictions on children
Allows 'young adults'
Sit-out Terrace
Free wifi
Garden
Pet friendly
On request
Four poster beds
Wifi

Activities

Hotel Entertainment
Chef's table held in the vegetable garden
Climbing
Boulder on the Brimham rocks
Great walks
Build an appetite on a long walk starting right from the hotel door
Cycling
Pateley Bridge falls on the Way of the Roses cycle route

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15 rooms from $229 per night

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Restaurant
Held one Michelin Star since 2003
Country Escape
Superb views, glorious gardens and cosy rooms in the Nidderdale Valley
Foodies
Renowned for its classic cuisine produced by one of the UK's top female chefs' Frances Atkins

Activities

Great walks
Build an appetite on a long walk starting right from the hotel door
Hotel Entertainment
Chef's table held in the vegetable garden
Cycling
Pateley Bridge falls on the Way of the Roses cycle route

Other highlights

Secluded setting
Gourmet
Restrictions on children
Allows 'young adults'
Sit-out Terrace
Full of character
Views
Free wifi
Romantic
Boutique
Inn
Pet friendly
On request
Restaurant with rooms
Traditional
Charming
Four poster beds

Hotel size

15 rooms
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