The Devonshire Arms is a family-run, 16th Century coaching inn set in the pretty village of Cracoe, located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
The inn’s welcoming bar area will be just what you need after a day spent exploring the spectacular dales by foot or pedal power. Wooden floors, a roaring fire, gleaming pumps of locally brewed ales, there’s nowhere more inviting on a less than clement day. Sit at a candlelit table, grab yourself a glass of something and settle in to relax and enjoy the atmosphere. If you’re a summer visitor, then you don’t have to miss any of the sunshine in the pretty, flower-filled garden with far-reaching views over the Dales.
The seasonal menu is put together with upmost care and attention. Changing regularly, it includes game, burgers, steaks and fish dishes as well as tempting vegetarian options. To finish, you can either chose a delicious pudding, or treat yourself to a cheeseboard of Yorkshire made specialities cheeses.
The Devonshire Arms offers 6 en-suite guest rooms, individually decorated and offering fabulous views over the Dales. All rooms come with tea and coffee making facilities (with Yorkshire tea and a Yorkshire made flapjack included), TV and complimentary toiletries included in the price. Also included is an ample breakfast the following morning.
The village of Cracoe is located in the south of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and gives you easy access to the market town of Skipton as well as the Bolton Abbey estate. For the adventurous, there is much to explore with the famous dry-stone walls and undulating hill of the Dales on the doorstep.