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George Inn
"Visited the George for a beer. Good beer if a bit warm. We were sitting in the beer garden relaxing when the landlord came out and started shouting at ..." More

George Inn
"I have stayed at The George Hubberholme on numerous occasions, even prior to the present landlord being there. I can honestly say that the improvements made since the present landlord took over have made ..." More

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"Our experience of The George Inn at Hubberholme was not a particularly good one. The barman was the most lethargic I've come across and the landlord disinterested and remote. Evidently, ..." More

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Situated pretty much at the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the tiny village of Hubberholme is definitely off the beaten track. Indeed, larger scale road maps don’t show it – find Buckden and head west, following the River Wharfe. But it is worth seeking out. If you don’t find the setting of the village lovely you shouldn’t venture out of the city. Langstrothdale is one of the lesser known dales, with some serious hills around it. Hubberholme sits where Wharfedale and Langstrothdale come together, at the centre of a triangle formed by Buckden Pike, Pen-y-Ghent and Dodd Fell, all of them over 2,000 feet. The Wharfe is only a short way along its journey at this point, but is still powerful enough at times to have inundated the church well above it – legend says that fish swam among the pews during one flood. The church, St Michael’s and All Angels, is a particularly lovely one. Dating from the 12th century this simple squat building with an equally solid tower has a quiet dignity that fits the setting, though it hides a few details that bear boasting: a 16th century rood loft of note; and oaken pews hand-carved by Robert Thompson, who left his signature mouse carving on them. The church (like the village pub) was JB Priestley’s favourite, and his ashes were scattered in the graveyard. The George Inn in the village is its other landmark, with all the elements that a visitor seeking some character and comfort could demand: an open fire; good local beers; mullioned windows and flagged floors. And there’s even some living history. A candle is kept lit on the bar to denote the place is open, and also to mark the inn’s traditional role as home to the Hubberholme Parliament, when the vicar auctions some local grazing – the highest bid when the candle expires takes the land. Hubberholme is a place where visitors might welcome bad weather and an excuse to stay by the fire nursing a pint, rather than feeling obliged to stride the undoubtedly lovely countryside. But if there is time to do both, all to the good.

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Amerdale House Hotel (4.02 miles)

Amerdale House Hotel

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Following our recent purchase of Amerdale House we have carried out some major changes. We have refurbished the hotel with luxury guest bedrooms, a new restaurant, kitchen and bar all ... More

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Warren House (5.46 miles)

Warren House


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Stoney End (7.36 miles)

Stoney End
Situated in a quiet backwater away from the hustle and bustle of daily life Stoney End is a Grade 2 Listed Building dating back to the seventeenth century, originally providing a barn for the neighbouring ... More | visit website
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Tennant Arms (7.87 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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George & Dragon Inn (7.89 miles)

George & Dragon Inn
This 17th Century Coaching Inn is perfectly located for exploring Wensleydale and touring far and wide around the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. John and Collette will give you a warm welcome serving real local ales ... More | visit website
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White Hart Inn (7.91 miles)

White Hart Inn

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The White Hart is friendly, family run Traditional Country Inn situated in the heart of Wensleydale in the Yorkshire dales National Park. Hawes is one of Englands highest Market towns ... More

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Aysgarth Falls Hotel (8.18 miles)

Aysgarth Falls Hotel
The Aysgarth Falls Hotel is situated in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park and set in five acres of grounds that sit above the famous Aysgarth Falls in the heart of Wensleydale. The hotel itself ... More | visit website
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Stone House Hotel (8.39 miles)

Stone House Hotel

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The Stone House Hotel is a fine country house superbly located in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Its stunning location together with quality accommodation and delicious food ... More

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Thorney Mire Barn (8.56 miles)

Thorney Mire Barn
Thorney Mire Barn is an award winning Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Wensleydale and the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Visit England has awarded us 5 Stars and their prestigious Gold Award. We have 3 ... More | visit website
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Wheatsheaf Hotel Wensleydale (8.84 miles)

Wheatsheaf Hotel Wensleydale
The Wheatsheaf is a core part of community life and is well supported and much appreciated by a strong local trade. Add to this our excellent all-ensuite accommodation and you begin to build a picture of ... More | visit website

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