Black Swan

Inn in Masham, Yorkshire

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Black Swan, Masham

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Welcome to the Black Swan Public House comfortably nestled in the Yorkshire Dales at Fearby Nr Masham just 8 miles from the A1. All our rooms are new, built to a high quality and comfort specification meeting the needs of our customers. The public bar overlooks the Burn valley with a panoramic 40 mile view of the Vale of York and local moors.Located in the beautiful village of Fearby 1.5 miles from Masham the Black Swan is an ideal location to view the countryside and enjoy locally produced food and drink!The Bar is well stocked with Black Sheep and guest ales with a host of supporting lagers, bottle beers and soft drinks.

Home-cooked meals with locally sourced food is available in our bar and bistro. Local places of interest may include; Black Sheep and Theakstons breweries, Swinton Park, Lightwater valley, Forbidden corner, Fountains Abbey, and Richmond.If you enjoy the outdoors we have a number of walks depicting local history.

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From: £47.00

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