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Talbot House
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County - North Yorkshire | Map
Tel code: 01423 | code search
Postcode: HG3 | code search
Population: 2000
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"the chef certainly knows what he is doing fantastic the beers good to staff very friendly and know how to look after you a refreshing change from all the usual ..." More

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"Fantastic!!!!!!! My Partner had the steak & ale pie,myself the Wensleydale chicken. they where both excellent, we have eaten in quite a few places and the crown is up there ..." More

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"Absolutely Brill! Service was warm and friendly, the food was delicious, best Steak & Ale Pie I've ever had- not to be missed! My partner & I felt welcome, cosy and ..." More

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Those who have visited the North Yorkshire market town of Pateley Bridge wonder why it is not much better known. Only a small place - though once of some significance as a lead mining centre - with a population of 2,000, Pateley Bridge is worth visiting for itself but is also within just a few miles of some magnificent amenities, some of which again are little known. The only logical reason for Pateley Bridge not being better known is that it is truly off the beaten track (for some people a recommendation in itself). The town sits in the heart of Nidderdale, less than ten miles from Harrogate and Ripon, accessible via some pretty B roads though sadly no longer served by rail. Pateley has retained its character as a market town, with plenty of small shops that will delight those tired of identikit high streets. One shop is particularly famous, and worth a detour for those with a sweet tooth as it is the oldest sweet shop in the country, established in 1827. The town has won numerous awards in the Britain in Bloom competition and similar events and has some wonderful floral displays, and it is the home of the Nidderdale Museum. Beyond the town there are some fantastic natural sights to draw visitors. The spectacular rock formations at Brimham Rocks are just a couple of miles distant. “Yorkshire’s Little Switzerland”, the 80’ gorge at How Stean is just a short drive north past Gouthwaite Reservoir with its rare species bird sanctuary. And Stump Cross Caverns, where some marvellous stalactites and stalagmites can be seen in all their glory, is a few minutes to the west along the B6265. Not one of nature’s glories but man’s, Fountains Abbey, a World Heritage site, is only some six or seven miles from Pateley Bridge, as is the famous Ripley Castle. There is good walking for those wanting to enjoy the countryside on foot, including the 53 mile Nidderdale Way that starts and ends in the town. The River Nidd offers fishermen some good sport in season, with trout and grayling to be caught – the Nidderdale AC can supply permits.

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Feastfield Medical Centre

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Olley’s Restaurant

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St Cuthbert’s C of E Primary School

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Talbot House (0.09 miles)

Talbot House

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Situated in Pateley Bridge, this charming B&B is set in the spectacular countryside of the Yorkshire Dales, in the Valley of Nidderdale, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. A wonderful base from ... More

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Roslyn House (0.13 miles)

Roslyn House

Roslyn House is an extremely well appointed and charming Victorian guest house located in the centre of Pateley Bridge, just off the main street and less than two hundred yards from the river Nidd. It ... More

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Lyndale Guest House (0.13 miles)

Lyndale Guest House
Lyndale Guesthouse opened in March 2008. A beautiful victorian property renovated to a high standard but with many original features retained. With a fireplace in five of the six bedrooms and an original cooking range ... More | visit website
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Harefield Hall Hotel (0.48 miles)

Harefield Hall Hotel
Harefield Hall is a 15th Century former manor house, situated in 28 acres of woodlands overlooking the river Nidd. The Hotel is set in the heart of Nidderdale, a 10 minute stroll from the bustling ... More | visit website
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Spring Wood Lodges (3.42 miles)

Spring Wood Lodges

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Relax amidst beautiful woodland and valley scenery, watching the enchanting wildlife or simply unwind in your own private hot tub and enjoy the glorious unspoilt views ... More | visit website

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Yorke Arms (The) (4.14 miles)

Yorke Arms (The)
Welcome to The Yorke Arms, an 18th century coaching house and shooting lodge nestling by Ramsgill village green in Yorkshire's beautiful Nidderdale valley. The Yorke Arms is one of Britain's leading Restaurants with Rooms and its ... More
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Yorke Arms (The) (4.14 miles)

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Wellington Inn (4.35 miles)

Wellington Inn

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The Wellington Inn sits in picture perfect Nidderdale on the outskirts of the rural village of Darley, close to Ripon and Harrogate. A traditional 18th century Coaching Inn which has ... More

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Green Acres B&B & Cottage (6.51 miles)

Green Acres B&B & Cottage
Green Acres Bed & Breakfast (sleeps 2) was established in 1997 and is situated in the quaint village of Kettlesing in the heart of Nidderdale, an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' within the Yorkshire Dales. ... More | visit website
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The New Inn (6.73 miles)

The New Inn

Superbly situated in the Dales village of Burnt Yates you will find the New Inn. This beautifully maintained traditional inn first opened its doors as a hostelry in 1810. Today it has the perfect ingredients ... More | visit website

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