Wandering over to a great gastro pub is always a treat during a short break or holiday to Yorkshire. Sitting by the fire and enjoying a plate of home-cooked food and a glass of real ale in a traditional inn is one of life’s real pleasures.
Take a look at 10 Gorgeous Cottages that are near Yorkshire Dining Pubs!
#01 Church Farm Cottage – The Durham Ox at Crayke
The pub is as traditional as can be with exposed beams, oak panelling and a roaring log fire. Church House Cottage is a romantic one-bedroom cottage with stunning views of the Vale of York.
#02 Butler’s Retreat – The Black Bull at Moulton
The Black Bull is renowned throughout the region for its very high quality of food and service. It’s part of the Provenance Inns group and both Butler’s Retreat and The Black Bull Moulton are dog-friendly.
Butler’s Retreat is a cosy one-bedroom retreat that’s set within an Elizabethan Manor House with stunning grounds.
#03 Toby’s Cottage – The Grapes Inn Slingsby
Toby’s Cottage has plenty of character and charm and this Grade II listed 3-bedroom sandstone property dates back to the 17th century.
It’s a dog-friendly property (for up to 3 doggies) that’s comes with a large enclosed garden.
#04 Mount Pleasant – The Crown at Hutton-le-Hole
Hutton-le-Hole has to one of the prettiest villages in Yorkshire – you’ll find sheep grazing on the village green and a stream running through the middle.
It’s home to The Crown, a very handsome traditional pub that serves classics such as Fish and Chips and a ploughman’s lunch.
Mount Pleasant is a gorgeous 3-bedroom holiday home in the village that was originally a Cruck Barn and dates back to the 16th century.
#05 Boutique 39 – The Blue Lion
The fabulous Blue Lion at East Witton is one of the finest dining pubs in the area and is surrounded by lovely Wensleydale countryside. It’s a quintessential Yorkshire coaching inn and a top choice for a memorable meal.
Boutique 39 is a chocolate stone cottage in East Witton that has a handsome double frontage and interiors that could have come straight from a 5-star boutique hotel.
With two beautiful en-suite bedrooms, an original stone fireplace and a beautiful rear garden that looks out over Wensleydale, this is a truly special holiday cottage.
#06 Laykin Cottage – The Punch Bowl Inn
Nestled high up in Swaledale in the very lovely village of Low Row, you’ll find the well-renowned Punch Bowl Inn which dates back to the 17th century and offers top notch locally sourced food in a stunning setting.
Laykin Cottage has an elevated position on the side of a hillside with some of the best views of Swaledale around.
The open-plan kitchen diner makes this 4-bedroom holiday cottage a great choice for families and there’s outside space where you can sit and make the most of your location.
#07 Ivy Cottage – The Bay Horse
The Bay Horse is one of two great dining pubs in the village of Great Broughton (the other one is the Jet Miners Inn) and is a lovely traditional country inn. The food is a mix of traditional and contemporary and there’s a choice of ales to wash it down.
Ivy Cottage is a gorgeous hideaway for two with open-plan living space, a cosy wood-burner, exposed beams and solid wood flooring.
Patio doors from the kitchen lead straight onto a courtyard garden – the perfect place for either a morning cuppa or an afternoon G & T before wandering to The Bay Horse.
#08 Scarah Cottage – The Boar’s Head Ripley
The Boar’s Head is a dog-friendly coaching inn that’s part of the Ripley Castle Estate and uses fresh produce from the castle kitchen to produce top quality cuisine.
The pretty village of Ripley is perennially popular – it’s based on a French model village and is just 4 miles from Harrogate.
The 4-bedroom Scarah Cottage dates back over 400 years and comes with one-acre of gorgeous gardens to explore.
It’s accessed via a long private lane that looks out over Ripley and it’s less than a 15-minute walk to the village.
#09 Elbeck Barn – The Queens Arms Litton
The Queens Arms in Litton is a traditional Yorkshire Dales Inn that dates back to the 17th century and is Alistair Sawday recommended. With traditional open fires and wood-burners it’s a great choice for a Sunday Lunch and they even do fish and chips that you can take away.
Elbeck Barn is just a few short steps from The Queens Arm and is another 17th century stone property which is nestled on the banks of the River Skirfare.
It’s an immaculate 2-bedroom (and 2-bathroom) holiday cottage which ticks all the boxes for a classic country retreat.
#10 The Wheatsheaf Inn – Egton Cottage
Just a few miles from the Yorkshire Coast, you’ll find the gorgeous little village of Egton. It’s home to the oldest Gooseberry Fair in the country and the very good Wheatsheaf Inn. The Wheatsheaf Inn has been the centre of village life since the 19th century and uses lots of fresh game and fish on the menu.
Egton Cottage is a two-bedroom holiday cottage in the village with country-chic interiors and a gorgeous garden that looks out over the stunning North York Moors National Park.
This is just a small selection of the Yorkshire Holiday Cottages available through Gorgeous Cottages. For help planning your next trip to Yorkshire, give the team a call on 01642 263 249.