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Cosy pub with room and great food - within 1.5 hours drive from Leeds

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KhoPeePee Fri 01-Dec-17 11:59:56

Hi, recommendations would be really appreciated for a pub with nice rooms, good food and log fires for a weekend away in February. A small village/town would be best so that we can go on some walks and also have a wander around some little shops and go to some other pubs. It'll be for my 40th and there will be 8 or so adults going. If it can cost less than 100 a night, that would be good. Thanks in advance!

SeraphinaDombegh Fri 01-Dec-17 12:27:56

The Red Lion in Burnsall ticks all your boxes bar being sub £100pn. It's one of my favourite places in the whole world. Amazing countryside and walks, excellent food and hospitality. I think you could get a good deal on room rates if you look at external booking sites? Or their Manor House b&b is just a few yards down the road from the pub and significantly cheaper... http://www.redlion.co.uk/index.cfm

Lozmatoz Fri 01-Dec-17 12:46:42

You need to get yourself to Ramsbottom!

KhoPeePee Fri 01-Dec-17 13:49:33

Thanks, I'd thought about he Red Lion but was wondering about price, I'll have another look at their website...
Ramsbottom??

SeraphinaDombegh Fri 01-Dec-17 14:32:22

Definitely look at the separate B&B, rates are very reasonable. So much so that I'm now thinking about trying to organise an overnight break for me and DH grin

BarchesterFlowers Fri 01-Dec-17 14:37:51

Helmsley is lovely.

www.feathershotelhelmsley.co.uk

hahahaIdontgetit Fri 01-Dec-17 17:38:26

The unicorn in skipton is a lovely B&B, local pubs are great and Skipton is gorgeous.
http://www.unicornhotelskipton.co.uk/

321namechange Fri 22-Dec-17 15:11:20

Hackness Grange on the edge of NY Moors & 5 miles from Scarborough do winter break offers.

DoneAdulting Fri 22-Dec-17 15:44:17

Wheatley Arms in Ilkley

Footle Fri 22-Dec-17 16:05:39

Nice suggestions here. Good memories of the Red Lion.

Mitzimaybe Fri 22-Dec-17 16:11:59

Woodman Inn at Thunderbridge

Jemimapuddleduk Fri 22-Dec-17 16:15:25

The Angel inn at Hetton. Beautiful. You’d have to drive out to small towns/villages to explore though.

LemonysSnicket Fri 22-Dec-17 18:55:15

The Windmill, Linton.

15 minute walk into wetherby. Small village. Nice food and lovely little cottages.

redjumper Wed 10-Jan-18 20:37:27

The Shibden Mill Inn near Halifax is the best place near Leeds I've ever stayed. It's cosy with a good restaurant and boutique rooms in a gorgeous location on a stream. Not overpriced or over rated. Loads to do in the area like Shibden Hall, Piece Hall in Halifax, a water park at the Huddersfield swimming pool, Eureka etc etc. I stayed there with my 4 year old and we had a wonderful time
www.shibdenmillinn.com

C0untDucku1a Wed 10-Jan-18 20:41:22

Oh yes ramsbottom. Small town filled with nice bars, restaurants, including a cheese restaurant! And the middle classes. It is a ver nice little town.

BeanoNoir Wed 10-Jan-18 20:42:54

Not sure how far it is from Leeds but I’d recommend the sun inn at Kirkby Lonsdale. In fact I’d recommend the whole of Kirkby Lonsdale.

AlwaysaLittleBitTired Fri 12-Jan-18 17:43:18

I agree Helmsley is lovely.

The Queens Head at Troutbeck - top end of your travel distance though. Excellent food and great walking. Offers on this time of year too.

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