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Craven Arms
Brackenber Lane
Giggleswick

Settle
North Yorkshire

BD24 0EA | View map
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The Craven Arms is nestled on the edges of the North Yorkshire Dales. Our family-friendly hotel, pub and restaurant is a great place to visit whilst exploring the beautiful countryside. Since taking over in summer 2009, owners Adrian and Ann Procter have restored the original Craven Arms name and used local craftsman to give the building a stylish contemporary makeover.

We now have seven wonderfully comfy bedrooms, a suntrap beer garden and a restaurant that fuses modern design with delicious home-cooked food. All the produce is locally sourced and the meat comes from our organic farm three miles away, so we know itís been looked after properly from the pasture to the plate.

We like to think we offer the warmest welcome in North Yorkshire, but donít just take our word for it come and see for yourself.

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