The Yorkshire Dales are famous for their underground limestone caves, three Yorkshire peaks, and rolling farmlands. Their award winning restaurants, places to eat, traditional inns and fine dining restaurants are less well known to tourists., There will always be something for everyone to tingle the taste buds and wet the appetite
These hand-chosen few are just a small sample of what to expect when you visit the Dales:
- The Old Post Office with delicious teas
- The Old School Tea Room famed for breakfast and snacks
- The Aysgarth Falls Hotel for pub lunches
The Old Post Office
The Old Post Office is in Angleton on the very western edge of the Yorkshire Dales. It markets itself as a ‘micro bar and kitchen’ providing a small and warm atmosphere where the aim is for you to feel relaxed. This is a popular stopping places for walkers with a simple yet tasty menu, a decent selection of drinks, and ample books and magazines to read,
The Old School Tea Room
The Old School Tea Room is in the Southern Dales in the village of Hebden, not too far from Harrogate. This converted school serves food throughout the day, and is somewhere to go if you like live music or a vintage tea party. If you’re not a fan of either perhaps you’ll find some tranquillity in the picturesque tea garden, where you could share snacks with the resident goats Hilary and Graham.
Aysgarth Falls Hotel
The Aysgarth Falls Hotel is close to the River Ure on the outskirts of the small village of Aysgarth. Boasting 13 en-suite rooms, it is a popular holiday destination for those seeking an escape from the strains of every day life, and to unwind and relax. If you’re looking for somewhere to eat after an exhilarating walk, then try out one of their outdoor terraces. Or stay snug and warm inside with a nice, hearty meal.