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Tel code: 01969 | code search
Postcode: YO51 | code search
Population: 7100
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Dining Room
"Fantastisch restaurant. Vriendelijke ontvangst + bediening. Voor een aperatief op de 1e etage waar je bijzonder gezellig zit. Het diner was meer dan voortreffelijk. We hebben genoten en hebben gelijk ..." More

"i visited this pub and found the landlord and landlady to be lovely people. the food was second to none and i've visited a vast amount of establishments in my ..." More

Three Horse Shoes
"This pub has recently reopened. They serve excellent ales, including Timothy Taylors, and proper home cooked food. The pub is 1930s in style inside and with the exception of the ..." More

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The small North Yorkshire town of Boroughbridge, a few miles north of Knaresborough, is these days bypassed by the Great North Road, or in modern terms the A1(M), but it was for centuries a great coaching town on the route between London and Edinburgh. The River Ure is generally easily fordable at this point, and so the town is a natural crossing point of the river, but there was a timber bridge from Norman times to ensure the trade and communications route stayed open when the river fed by the hills of Wensleydale was in full spate. The town was actually constructed around the bridge in the early 12th century, to serve those making the crossing. The timber bridge became a great stone bridge in later years, able to carry the coaches and carts in its various incarnations for many years without problems. Then in 1945 a huge steel rolling mill being towed up to Falkirk caused the bridge to give way, though the problem was quickly put right. There were at one time more than thirty pubs and inns in the place, testament to its importance as a market town (the quaint market place still stands), and as a way station. The Crown Hotel has been around since 1672 and once a great coaching inn with stabling for 100 horses is now a luxury hotel. Visitors will find that some shops in the town have happily ignored the rush to identikit high streets. The greatest monument in Boroughbridge – or more accurately just outside – is The Devils Arrows, three great stones, the largest at 22’ 6” tall bigger than the largest stone at Stonehenge, thought to date from at least 2000BC. There is much debate about the site, but what endures is that it is an impressive feat of engineering from before the invention of the wheel, and should be much better known.


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Crown Hotel (0.08 miles)

Crown Hotel

Centrally situated in the bustling North Yorkshire town of Boroughbridge, the Crown stands on the site of a 13th century manor house. Stylish and traditional, The Crown offers personal service and bedrooms furnished to a ... More | visit website

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Lamb & Flag (4.00 miles)

Lamb & Flag

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The Lamb & Flag is a Traditional Country Inn. A free house privately owned & run by Carol & Trevor Pawson with a friendly atmosphere,homemade food, selection of wines ... More

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General Tarleton Inn (4.25 miles)

General Tarleton Inn
The General Tarleton is a traditional 18th century coaching inn with fourteen en-suite bedrooms.

Since taking charge John and ClaireTopham have created an award-winning brasserie and restaurant with its own unique style and atmosphere.

Conveniently close to ... More | visit website
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The Black a Moor Inn (4.25 miles)

The Black a Moor Inn
Andrew, Amanda & Jake would like to welcome you to our family run establishment. We pride ourselves on our traditional home cooked food, friendly service, and great selection of real ales from Yorkshire. All situated ... More | visit website
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Aldwark Manor (5.13 miles)

Aldwark Manor

Incorporating an invigorating mix of old and new styles, Aldwark Manor is a great place to stay close to York and Harrogate. Set in 100 acres of parkland on the River Ure with its own ... More | visit website

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Angel Inn (5.62 miles)

Angel Inn
The Angel Inn offers a small residents lounge and 15 rooms all of which have en-suite bathrooms, TV, hairdryers and tea & coffee making facilities. Wifi on request* It is stated in local writings that ... More | visit website
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Old Deanery Hotel and Restaurant (5.68 miles)

Old Deanery Hotel and Restaurant
The Old Deanery Hotel, Restaurant and Bar is situated in the heart of Ripon, North Yorkshire next to Ripon Cathedral and serves the Harrogate, York and Ripon areas. It is an ideal base for visiting ... More | visit website
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Royal Oak (5.77 miles)

Royal Oak

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The Royal Oak is ‘the’ place to eat, drink and stay in Ripon. Our menu has become a real talking point and includes traditional favourites like Ollie’s Whole Hog Sausages ... More

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The Unicorn (5.83 miles)

The Unicorn
The Unicorn is one of Ripons oldest and most historic inns.The hotel reopened in April 2011, following a £2.1million refurbishment and is part of the JD Wetherspoon hotel group. It is the largest building on the ... More | visit website
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Riverside Lodges (5.91 miles)

Riverside Lodges

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Set along the banks of the River Ure and the Yoredale Way, this small family run park offers a friendly, personal service within walking distance of ... More | visit website

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