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Old Deanery Hotel and Restaurant
Minster Road
North Yorkshire

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The Old Deanery Hotel, Restaurant and Bar is situated in the heart of Ripon, North Yorkshire next to Ripon Cathedral and serves the Harrogate, York and Ripon areas. It is an ideal base for visiting the Yorkshire Dales National Park and such local attractions as Fountains Abbey, the Cathedrals and Racecourses of Ripon and York, Harrogate Conference Centre, Harrogate Spa Baths and Lightwater Valley Theme Park etc.

Following a 1.4 million refurbishment, the Old Deanery Hotel and Restaurant prides itself on the luxury of its 11 bedrooms, and the comfort of its restaurants with their leather chairs and contemporary design making it an ideal location for those special occasions such as Weddings, Christenings and Special Birthdays. Open for non-residents. With ample parking and extensive gardens.


Ratings/Awards: 4 Stars
AA Rosette

Good Food guide 2007/8
Number of Rooms: 11
Number Ensuite: 11
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Cuisine: English
Chef: Barrie Higginbotham
Awards: AA Rosette
Yorkshire Dales Restaurant of the Year 2000
National Seafood Pub of Gt. Britain Dining Pub of the Year 1997
Good Food Guide 2005/06

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