All year except Christmas Day.
Bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), parking (permits supplied).
All ages welcomed.
Allowed in bedrooms, public rooms (separate dog-friendly area in restaurant).
Per room B&B £115–£190, D,B&B £179–£258. À la carte £34.
Good Hotel Guide Review
A meander from the River Lune, this 17th-century inn by the old churchyard in the historic market town reserves a special welcome for walkers and their dogs. Iain and Jenny Black took over ownership in 2017; the real ales, log fires, wonky beams and ‘friendly atmosphere’ remain. There’s modern country cooking in the restaurant and bar (perhaps rosemary and garlic hogget, crapaudine beetroot, creamed potato); and your dog can also look forward to a treat. Bedrooms have a carpet of Swaledale wool, and nice amenities: fresh milk, Cumbrian biscuits, bottled water. Breakfast includes home-made granola, pastries, and fresh and poached fruit on the buffet.
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