Places to visit:
Wensleydale Creamery & Visitors Centre
Gayle Lane, Hawes, DL8 3RN
T: 01969 667664
White Scar Cave
Ingleton LA6 3AW
T: 01524 241244
Clapham, LA2 8EE
T: 01524 251242
Stump Cross Caverns
Harrogate, HG3 5JL
Ingleton Waterfalls Trail
Ingleton LA6 3ET
The Little Chocolate shop
Leyburn, DL8 5QA
Nr Leyburn DL8 4ET
Skipton, BD23 1AW
The Bowes Museum
Barnard Castle, DL12 8NP
Black Sheep Brewery
Masham, HG4 4EN
Theakston Brewery and Visitors Centre
Masham HG4 4YD
Places to eat:
There are three very good pubs in the village:
The Kings Arms (01969 650113)
Serves fresh locally sourced food. The menu features the best of local, seasonal produce and changes frequently. The emphasis is on excellent quality food served in a relaxed, informal atmosphere. The game comes straight from the local moors and the fish is delivered fresh from Hartlepool docks, both vary according to season and availability.
There is always an interesting variety of vegetarian dishes on the menu and a wholesome, home cooked children’s menu.
Lunch & Dinner times:
Lunch Monday to Sunday: 12pm till 2.30pm
Dinner Monday to Saturday: 5.30pm till 9pm
Sunday: 5.30pm till 8pm
It is advisable to book a table particularly during weekends and the busy summer season.
The White Rose (01969 650515) – website: www.thewhiterosehotelaskrigg.co.uk
Has a tastefully designed and equipped traditional Yorkshire bar providing a perfect setting for professionally prepared and cooked light snacks and bar meals.
Lunches and Dinners are served in the new light and airy Orangery which has lovely views over the pretty beer garden. A mouth-watering range of dishes are available on a regularly changing menu.
Dinner is also served in the candlelit intimate and traditional White Rose Restaurant. An a la carte menu is offered, all cooked to a high standard, using fresh local produce. A comprehensive and realistic priced wine list and a fine selection of real ales are also available.
The Crown (01969 650387) – website: www.crowninnaskrigg.co.uk
Is a totally traditional Dales pub that serves good ales and good well prepared traditional meals. Meat comes from the local butcher and fresh seasonal vegetables are offered. The desserts are homemade.
Food is served at lunchtime from 12.00 – 14.00, and evening meals from 18.30 – 20.45
Pre-bookings are not taken.