Lamb and Flag Barn

Inn in Bishop Monkton, Yorkshire

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Boroughbridge Road
Bishop Monkton
Yorkshire
England
HG3 3QN

Lamb and Flag Barn, Bishop Monkton

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Accommodation Description:

The Lamb and Flag is a Traditional Country Inn. A free house privately owned and run by Carol and Trevor Pawson with a friendly atmosphere, homemade food, selection of wines and well-kept ales. With comfortable bed and continental breakfast in our converted barn.

An ideal location for business or pleasure.

 4 star rating

From: £70.00

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