Category Archive: Dales Pubs

Apr 17 2011

The Fleece – Addingham

After a wonderful mornings walking, we headed from Bolton Abbey just down the road to the Devonshire Arms, however with the car park being rammed, and the girls deciding they were seriously underdressed, we abandoned that idea and headed for the next village, being Addingham. That is where we happened upon The Fleece, and the …

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Apr 09 2011

Elm Tree Inn – Embsay

It was ideal, the car park in Embsay turned out to be free upon our arrival, and after a pleasant but demanding 13 mile walk, more importantly, it was situated right bang next door to the Elm Tree Inn. There were a few small tables at the front of the pub on Main Street in …

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Mar 26 2011

The Craven Heifer – Stainforth

After finishing our walk back in Halton Gill, the lack of any watering holes there meant we had to drive on to the next village for some liquid refreshment, in the form of the Craven Heifer at Stainforth. For a tiny village, there was ample parking opposite the pub, and upon arriving we entered the …

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Mar 06 2011

The Racehorses Hotel – Kettlewell

Following a very pleasant ramble from Kettlewell up and around Conistone Moor, in wintry sunshine, it was decided (by Sir Edmund in advance!) that our hostelry of choice on our second visit to Kettlewell, would be the Racehorses Hotel. Unmissable as you enter Kettlewell, it is a picture postcard pub, a grand white building with …

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Feb 26 2011

Hellifield House – Hellifield

Things were going well, Sir Edmund’s timing had been spot on, and we were back at the cars just after twelve…which meant we could be changed and in a boozer in time for the Swansea-Leeds kick off at 12.45 Having done research in advance, unfortunately none of the Malham pubs had Sky Sports, so the …

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