It is well worth while making the extra trip up Wharfedale past The Fell's parent establishment at Bolton Bridge (The Devonshire Arms Bistro). As well as the drive past Bolton Abbey, The Strid and Barden Tower, the Fell's location above Burnsall is lovely. Lunch, if you can, in the Conservatory which must be the most attractive dining space in the valley, high up above the river, with views over towards Appletreewick. The menu is small and deceptively simple, even 'Fish and Chips'- but has the quality you would expect from an offshoot of the Devonshire. Very good wines and the Bread Pudding delicious. Courteous and friendly service too.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the pretty village of Burnsall, The Devonshire Fell Hotel lies in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, nestled among rolling hills, country lanes and dry stone walls. The property has free WiFi and there is free parking. There are 16 bedrooms at the Devonshire Fell, each boasting their own individual character, with many affording breathtaking views of Yorkshire countryside. The reception area and bar is vibrant and cosy, with colourful armchairs where guests can unwind with a drink. Guests can relax in the 1 AA Rosette restaurant and soak up the striking views as they dine on mouth-watering dishes made using locally sourced produce. The local area is a paradise for walkers and their dogs, which are equally welcomed and stay for free. Many ancient castles, country houses and UNESCO World Heritage Sites are within a 30-minute drive. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Devonshire Fell Hotel
- The Devonshire Fell Hotel Burnsall, Yorkshire