The hotel is one of Yorkshire s oldest hotels and it overlooks the village of Bainbridge, in the heart of beautiful Wensleydale. Hundreds of years ago Wensleydale was a dense forest and Bainbridge was a safe haven for the foresters that worked it. This memory continues with a forest horn, located in the reception hall, which was blown to guide the foresters safely home.
The hotel now has three bars one of which has a large log fire, a beautiful restaurant which overlooks the village green and eleven en suite bedrooms with either baths or showers three of the rooms have four poster beds. The majority of the rooms have also enjoyed a refurbishment in early 2013 and the hotel is truly at its best!
You may dine either in the restaurant or the lounge and snug bar there is an inglenook fireplace with a blazing fire in the winter. People can eat lunch outside in the summer sunshine, sitting on one of the numerous seats and benches which surround the hotel. The views are delightful, in some directions panoramic
Bainbridge is on the A684 between Hawes and Leyburn 32 miles from exit 34 of the M6 26 miles from the A1 at Leeming Bar 5 miles from Aysgarth Falls
You can check in from 12:00. You need to check out by 10:30.