The New Inn

Historic Inn in Ripley, Yorkshire (Yorkshire Dales)

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Pateley Bridge Road Burnt Yates
Ripley
Yorkshire
England
HG3 3EG

The New Inn, Ripley

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Superbly situated in the Dales village of Burnt Yates you will find the New Inn. This beautifully maintained traditional inn first opened its doors as a hostelry in 1810. Today it has the perfect ingredients for an enjoyable stay.

A warm welcome awaits as well as expertly kept real ales fine wines and delicious food all home cooked using high quality local produce. In the winter enjoy our cosy bar or when the weather is warmer on the private patio. Our comfortable fully re-furbished en suite bedrooms make an ideal base whether for business or pleasure.

Harrogate is only a 10 minute drive away and you are in easy reach of some of England s finest countryside.

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From: £70.00

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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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Newby Hall - 6.8 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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