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    Bedrooms 5
  • From £50 per room per night

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A former Coaching Inn dating back to the 15th century, The Bridge Inn sits in the picturesque village of Grinton opposite the 12th century Church of St. Andrew.

At the helm of The Bridge Inn is the friendly and dedicated landlord Andrew Atkin with his successful team of family members and locals alike, all working together to build a great reputation for homemade food, well kept real ales, an extensive wine selection and comfortable en-suite accommodation.

The Bridge Inn is well known for welcoming walkers, dogs, muddy boots and all! During the winter months relax in-front of the roaring log fires, and during the summer months sit outside and enjoy a refreshing drink after a days walking around spectacular Swaledale.

The pub has a commitment to homemade food, all locally sourced and freshly prepared. The dedicated kitchen team all follow in the footsteps of resident Head Chef Richard, and together they create wonderful menu's for the restaurant, private parties, Christmas time and special themed evenings.

Here at The Bridge they have five en-suite bedrooms, each styled with simplicity and comfort in mind with just what you need to help you relax after a days walking or cycling, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and free WiFi.

Ratings

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3 * rating
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    Double or Twin En-Suite 

    Double or Twin Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £50 per room per night

Here at The Bridge Inn they offer four double or twin en-suite bedrooms, each styled with simplicity and comfort in mind with just what you need to help you relax after a days walking or cycling, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and free WiFi. A hearty breakfast is included in the price. 

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    Family Room En-Suite 

    Family Room
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    Sleeps 4
  • From £100 per room per night

Here at The Bridge Inn they offer one family twin en-suite bedroom, styled with simplicity and comfort in mind with just what you need to help you relax after a days walking or cycling, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and free WiFi. A hearty breakfast is included in the price.

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