The Bridge Inn, Grinton, Richmond, North Yorkshire
The Bridge Inn is a former coaching inn dating back to the 15th century and is set in the picturesque village of Grinton near Richmond, opposite the 12th century Church of St. Andrew, which is also known as the 'Cathedral of the Dale'.
Here at The Bridge Inn, we have five en suite guest bedrooms, each styled with simplicity and comfort in mind with just what you need to help you relax after a day’s walking or cycling, a TV, tea and coffee making facilities and Wi-Fi signal.
Room 1 - Twin bedroom.
Room 2 - Double bedroom.
Room 3 - Family bedroom with two single beds and bunk beds can sleep up to four people.
Room 4 - Double bedroom.
Room 5 - Double bedroom with an additional single bed which can be used for children.
Our pet friendly inn 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 John Scott and together they create wonderful menus for the restaurant, private parties, Christmas time and special themed evenings.
Swaledale and the neighbouring Arkengarthdale are considered to be some of the most picturesque landscapes in England, with their traditional hay meadows, dry stone walls, field barns and charming villages dotted throughout the rugged windswept valley. Fishing can be enjoyed all over Swaledale and daily fishing permits are available to buy from the Bridge, along with possible rod hire and extensive advice on the best places to get a good catch. For more info visit the RADAC website.
Cycling is another past time enjoyed by many people visiting the Dales and we are now lucky enough to have the Dales Bike Centre just up the road from the Bridge, they can organise bike tours, hire bikes, or just give you some detailed info about the best cycle tracks around.
The Yorkshire Dales National Parks boasts some of the finest walking trails in Northern England and the majority of the visitors here take advantage of the 2100km of footpaths and bridleways. The most famous of these is The Pennine Way and Alfred Wainwright's Coast to Coast. Another walk which is becoming more popular is Mark Reid\'s Inn Way, this is a brilliant way to see the area and it has a good selection of pubs to visit along the way.
For something different to do through the day, why not visit the local Hazel Brow Farm, a beautiful organic working farm with lots for children and adults to do. Other ideas for brilliant days out include The Forbidden Corner and White Scar Cave.
Please visit our website to find out more about our pet friendly inn at Grinton.
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Telephone: 01748 884224
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