The Bay Horse Country Inn

Historic Inn in Rainton, Yorkshire

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The Bay Horse Country Inn, Rainton

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This 18th century traditional coaching inn is located in the idyllic village of Rainton, a sleepy hollow where time stands still. A place where village spirit draws strangers and locals together, set midway between the Yorkshire Moors and Dales just minutes from the A1. This country inn is in the heart of James Herriots world.

An ideal place to stay, unwind and enjoy your hosts hospitality or take yourself out and about in some of North Yorkshires most beautiful scenery.The Bay Horse Country Inn has 8 spacious letting rooms all tastefully decorated and furnished to a high standard. All rooms are en-suite with both bath and shower facilities. Each one has a TV, tea and coffee making facilities.

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