Self Catering in Grassington

Welcome to Old Hall Inn, Self Catering in Grassington. Here, in Old Hall Inn, in the heart of Wharfedale in North Yorkshire and less than a mile from the delightful town of Grassington is the tiny village of Threshfield. It has huge appeal for cyclists, walkers and tourists in general who come to traverse the fells and moors, or just to take in and admire the grandeur of the scenery. The more energetic though take to The Dales Way and walking along the banks of the River Wharfe, stumble across staggeringly magnificent views complemented by the presence of some inspiring ancient priories and churches. Well worth the effort.

The town of Grassington (locals still refer to it as the “village”) is a busy tourist trap with quality, family run shops, cafes and restaurants framing the cobbled square and ready to add to the visitors total satisfaction with the friendly courteous service for which the area is known. The larger but equally attractive town of Skipton is a short eight mile drive away.

So, having set the scene, let’s return now to the oasis of peace and tranquillity, Threshfield, for it is in this beautiful location that you will find us at The Old Hall Inn and Cottages. To describe it as A Fine Old English Pub is just the tip of the iceberg. At The Old Hall Inn we offer much more! For instance, a full A La Carte Menu is on offer daily in addition to traditional English Fare. The building, reputedly the oldest habitable building in Wharfedale, has been lovingly restored so, whether you visit us for a meal or just a drink, your enjoyment will be complete in the authentic atmosphere of The Old Hall Inn with the coal fire burning away in the Inglenook fireplace.

Our food is superb but it is impossible to digest all that this region has to offer during the course of just one day. This does not pose a problem as The Old Hall Inn has four lovely en-suite bedrooms which we let on a bed and breakfast basis. Some visitors, though, prefer more independence so, in these instances, we offer our self catering cottages, again sympathetically restored from two historic buildings adjacent to The Old Inn. Everything the visitor desires is to be found in this magical location that is The Old Hall Inn and is offered in abundance and in a genuine friendly and efficient manner.

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Address

Address:

Threshfield,Near Grassington,BD23 5HB

Telephone:
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Opening Hours

Monday

10am - 11pm

Tuesday

10am - 11pm

Wednesday

10am - 11pm

Thursday

10am - 11pm

Friday

10am - 11pm

Saturday

-

Sunday

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Features

Central Location

Childen Welcome

Free Wifi

Off Street Parking

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Charlie G November 16, 2015 7:22 pm
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We stayed next to the Old Hall Inn at Spring Cottage, which the owners also run as self catering accommodation. It was altogether a very lovely stay.. Comfortable accommodation which is reasonably priced, lovely breakfasts at the Inn and after a day’s hiking it was great to sample some of their extensive beer selection or enjoy a lovely Rioja with a hearty and well cooked meal. It’s not often you go somewhere and can’t find anything wrong but we have been extremely lucky in our choices both in the Peak District last week and in Yorkshire earlier. Would definitely recommend staying here whilst enjoying the amazing walks (Mam Tor Ridge is a must do) and scenery nearby. Thanks Dan for making us welcome – you have a gem there.

Penny H December 7, 2014 8:48 pm
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We stayed here for just one night on the 28th Nov but would have loved to stay longer. The staff were very helpful and charming, running up and down the stairs to our Minstrels Gallery dining area to find out if there was any Steak & Ale pudding left and encouraging my husband to work his way through the local beers. Cosy fires, a real buzzing atmosphere and great food and wine. I had the duo of lamb which was melt in the mouth filet and slow cooked shoulder, delicious on a bed of bubble and squeak. The afore mentioned pudding was full of flavour, great gravy and the pudding was not too dense, as they can be.
Only drawback for us was we were too full to enjoy the cheeseboard which sounded really interesting with some local cheese we hadn’t tried before. I wanted to stay the next dat, have a walk in the sunshine and come back and watch the England v Wallaby game at their neighbour pub over the road, where I’d had a fine Irish coffee the night before. We will stay again and hope for some clearer weather to see the Grouse more clearly and hope to find them on the menu!