REVIEW: Yorebridge House, Yorkshire

Greenwich Bathroom, Yorebridge. Credit: Dawn McNamara, dmc photography
Greenwich Bathroom, Yorebridge. Credit: Dawn McNamara, dmc photography

 This warm and welcoming restaurant with rooms is perfectly placed for exploring the beautiful North Yorkshire Dales.

Mougins bedroom, Yorebridge, Yorkshire
The French-inspired Mougins bedroom, Yorebridge House

From the moment you arrive at this quaint country hotel, in the heart of the North Yorkshire Dales, you are made to feel special.

Inspired by the owners’ travels around the world, Yorebridge House boasts many themed rooms – features vary from room to room and include a free standing bath overlooking the Dales, hot tubs, twin cascading showers and his and hers basins, giving a real sense of luxury.

Bedding is crisp with snug duvets and there is a pleasant selection of locally sourced goodies to try in the room including homemade cookies, fudge and a selection of tea and coffee. This sense of luxury is maintained throughout the hotel.

Greenwich Bathroom, Yorebridge. Credit: Dawn McNamara, dmc photography
Bathroom in the Greenwich suite, Yorebridge. Credit: Dawn McNamara, DMC Photography

Rooms are split between the main house and the Old Grammar School, which has been converted. There is also additional accommodation in ‘the Barn’, a three-minute walk away from the main hotel.

The hotel is situated just outside the village of Bainbridge, Wensleydale, in the North Yorkshire Dales – perfect for exploring the area on foot or by bike; signs of where the 2014 Tour de France passed through may inspire you to try some of the picturesque route for yourself. Nearby attractions include Wensleydale Creamery, Aysgarth Falls and Bolton Castle.

Yorebridge House

With delightful canapés served to you while you peruse the menu in one of the hotel’s comfy lounge areas, and delightful tempting tasters between courses, eating here is a real treat and the food not only tastes great but it looks the part, too. The bar has a themed cocktail menu, pertaining once again to the owners’ most loved holiday destinations.

The restaurant, where both your evening meal and breakfast is served, is nicely decorated and looks out onto beautiful countryside.  It’s not hard to see how the hotel has earned its three AA Rosettes.

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