The beauty of the countryside strikes everyone who comes to Wharfedale for the first time. Guests return year after year to enjoy the unique landscape for its peace and beauty and the 30,000-acre Bolton Abbey estate, which is owned by the Duke of Devonshire, with its picturesque village and 12th-century Augustinian priory. And all of this is on the doorstep of the luxurious Devonshire Arms Country House Hotel and Spa.This traditional 17th-century coaching inn that has evolved into a luxurious country estate hotel, it offers exquisite food, a stunning wine list and warm hospitality.
There is a choice of two restaurants - the Burlington, with its antique polished tables, china, crystal and silver for fine dining, and the vibrant Devonshire Brasserie and Bar for more informal dining. Supremely comfortable bedrooms are equipped with all the little luxuries that make a guests stay special.The Devonshire Arms has been awarded the following:Yorkshire Life Restaurant of the Year 2005-06Michelin StarAA Four RosettesAA Top 200 HotelRAC Gold RibbonInternational Wine Spectator Best of Excellence AwardBest Wine List - UK Top 100 Restaurants for WineAA Pet Friendly Hotel of the Year 2004 Conde Nast Johansens Taittinger Wine List of the Year 2005Financial Times Most Convivial Host 2006 - General Manager Eamonn Elliot
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Bolton Abbey area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Bolton Abbey - 0.6 miles (Abbey)
The Strid - 2.1 miles (Countryside)
Barden Bridge - 2.8 miles (Historic Building)
Barden Tower - 2.8 miles (Castle)
Parcevall Hall Gardens - 4.7 miles (Garden)
Skipton Castle - 5 miles (Castle)
East Riddlesden Hall - 6.9 miles (Historic House)
Farnley Hall - 9.7 miles (Historic Building)
Bronte Parsonage Museum - 10.2 miles (Museum)
Haworth, St Michael's Church - 10.2 miles (Historic Church)
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