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Pubs & Restaurants

The Cross Keys, Gainford (0.2 miles)

Gainford’s oldest and now only pub, The Cross Keys serves a variety of ales and has a recently started offering a growing menu in it’s bar and restaurant. It also hosts pub quizzes and games nights, and it’s only a very short stroll away.

The Bridgewater Arms, Winston (2 miles)

The Bridgewater Arms is an excellent pub and restaurant in a former schoolhouse in the village of Winston. This pub has a menu rarely matched both locally and nationally, as is it’s quality. Always at the top of our guests list.

The Black Horse, Ingleton (2.7 miles)

The Black Horse is a great location to enjoy a good selection of beers and boasts an Italian Restaurant with delicious pizzas and many other Italian delicacies. Its South facing road side beer garden is a great place to enjoy your afternoon.

The Raby Hunt Restaurant, Summerhouse (3.7 miles)

The Raby Hunt proudly boasts it’s Michelin Star cuisine with an excellent reputation amongst food bloggers from all over the country. This is a must but be aware a booking months ahead of your arrival will be the only way to enjoy this top notch dining.

The Four Alls, Ovington (4.2 miles)

The Four All is a traditional country pub serving the best of homemade faire, great beers and an prize winning best landlord award. It’s pies are its speciality but that's not all. It’s well worth a visit.

The Brownlow Arms, Caldwell (5.2 miles)

This North Yorkshire pub provides traditional country dining in its elegant renovated restaurant and has a number of log fires in the bar area. Another excellent stop for cyclists with it’s South facing outdoor seating.

The Bridge Inn, Whorlton (5.3 miles)

The Bridge Inn, named after Britain’s oldest suspension bridge a few meters down the road, is a pub serving great food and ales. It is dog friendly and makes a great starting or end point for a walk on Teesdale Way.

The Morritt Arms, Greta Bridge (8.4 miles)

The Morritt Arms Hotel has boasted guests such as Sir Walter Scott and Charles Dickens, who gives his name to the main bar besides the garden area. The murals in the Dickens Bar are are quite extraordinary. The Hotels boasts a good selection of beers at the bar with great food in the restaurant, and a grand ballroom. The garden is great place to relax with your favourite tipple. The Garage Spa is found adjacent with all its health treatments and hot tubs.

The Tan Hill Inn, The Yorkshire Dales (27 miles)

Britain's highest pub at 1732 ft, The Tan Hill Inn sits atop one of the northernmost points of the Yorkshire Dales and is a fantastic destination for one of the most beautiful drives in the country through the Stang Forrest and past the hamlet of Whaw.

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