Have A Pint On Us! Enjoy A Wharfedale Wander At The Devonshire Fell, Yorkshire



The Devonshire Fell in North Yorkshire is inviting guests to 'have a pint on them' with their 'Wharfedale Wander' break this winter from just £60 per person. The offer includes a cosy overnight stay, full Yorkshire breakfast, with a pint and tasty Ploughman's lunch at the neighbouring Craven Arms Pub.



Located in some of the best countryside that England has to offer, The Devonshire Fell sits in the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales, on the border of the Duke of Devonshire's 30,000 acre Bolton Abbey Estate.

This attractive Edwardian building is in a prime location for lovers of nature, with stunning views of the River Wharfe and the nearby picturesque village of Burnsall.

The Bolton Abbey Estate also boasts 80 miles of footpaths and nature trails which staff are happy to provide directions for, and the hotel is dog friendly should you wish to bring your four-legged friend along for the trip!

With a bright warm and inviting interior, The Devonshire Fell exceeds expectations of comfort in style. There are 12 elegant bedrooms all with spectacular views to choose from.

Guests can also dine in the Devonshire Fell's 2 AA Rosette award winning restaurant, with seasonal and local ingredients sourced as locally as possible.

Whether guests prefer the colourful cosmopolitan bar, or the light and cosy conservatory, there is always somewhere to relax and take in the breathtaking views of Wharfedale.

Those staying overnight are able to enjoy complimentary use of the spa facilities in The Devonshire Health Barn just a fifteen minute drive away, plus free parking is available for guests on the Bolton Abbey Estate.

The "Wharfedale Wander" break is £60 per person based on two people sharing including Bed and Breakfast. A pint and Ploughman's lunch is also included and is available throughout October, November and December.

To book a stay at The Devonshire Fell, please call 01756 718 111 or email: res@devonshirehotels.co.uk


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