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Hotels in Leyburn

Golden Lion
Market Place
Leyburn
North Yorkshire

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The Golden Lion Hotel, Leyburn has dominated the Market square of Leyburn for centuries - a local landmark as well as a Luxury Yorkshire Hotel. The “Gateway to Wensleydale” the Hotel makes an enjoyable stopping off point for people on a long drive north or south on the A1. For those who want a longer stay, the hotel makes a great base to explore the fantastic Yorkshire countryside. Every year we welcome ramblers, cyclists, railway enthusiasts, and those who want to sample the local cheese and beer!

For those who have to travel and work in the area we offer a practical and cosy alternative to the chain hotels and have a number of regular business guests who enjoy the homely atmosphere and modern technology of wi-fi internet access and latest flat screen TV’s. The Golden Lion has a function room that makes hosting business meetings in a rural setting practical and a little different from the large city centre alternatives.

Guests come here to walk in the Yorkshire Dales, enjoy Leyburn's many shops and galleries, visit great landmarks like Bolton Castle, Jervaulx Abbey, Masham with its Brewery Centres, or travel east to the coast and Whitby and learn more about Dracular!

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