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Star Inn, Harome
From the tiny bar where you can cosy up for a G&T in intimate surroundings, to the Michelin Star restaurant with rooms that's been welcoming guests since the 14th century, Yorkshire's hospitality includes some of the best food and drink you can hope to find. The area is known for so many wonderful things - heritage, countryside, historic attractions and superb local ingredients, all of which makes for a delicious Yorkshire getaway. Visit a 17th century former mill with unique features such as freestanding baths, which makes it an ideal romantic escape. Or head to a village inn with rooms overlooking the Vale of Mowbray that's the perfect place for a catch up with friends. A Michelin Star former pub in York or a chic retreat in Skipton overlooking a cobbled square are amongst the options. Or perhaps combine long walks and country pursuits with a rest at a convivial hotel, restaurant and coffee shop in Helmsley.