The Golden Lion Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

5 Duke Street
Settle
Yorkshire Dales
Yorkshire
England
BD24 9DU

The Golden Lion Hotel, Settle

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The Lion at Settle is a great location for exploring the Yorkshire Dales. Set right at the heart of this charming market town The Lion has 14 en suite rooms and is packed full of character and personality. Enjoy a cup of coffee or a pint of award-winning beer from Thwaites in front of the stunning Inglenook fireplace.

All food is home-cooked by Chef John Wild and his team who champions all the local suppliers on his menus. There's free WiFi if you need to stay in touch and an al fresco courtyard for the summer months.

 4 star rating

From: £84.00


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