The Tennant Arms Hotel
The Tennant’s Arms is a traditional country pub with boutique hotel rooms. We are situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, in the beautiful village of Kilnsey, nestled beneath Kilnsey Crag with spectacular views over the Dales countryside. The pub was once an important coaching stop on the busy route from Richmond to London and retains much of it?s authentic rustic charm. It’s a place to take time out and relax, enjoy a pint in passing, take delight in a pub meal or stay over in one of our boutique rooms. We are not far from local market towns, Grassington, Skipton &Bolton Abbey with easy access to all the activities and attractions that the Dales have to offer. We are delighted to welcome your fury friends with you on holiday at an added rate of £8 per friend per night.
We are proud to serve quality, home cooked, locally sourced dishes in our warm and inviting traditional inn. All our dishes are cooked from scratch on the premises by our team of chefs and served straight to your table. Look out for our Daily Specials Board where you will find exciting dishes prepared from the finest local seasonal produce as it becomes available to our chefs, including local game and fish. Don’t miss out on our Sunday Lunch served from 12:00 where you will find a choice of mouthwatering roasts, seasonal vegetables, crispy roast potatoes. homemade Yorkshire pudings &a traditional, rich gravy.
We also boast 2 function rooms. One being a beautiful oak function room which can provide seating for 24 and is perfect for private celebrations & family parties & a 16 seater dining table .
Kilnsey, North Yorkshire , BD23 5PS
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Kilnsey Park Estate
In the heart of spectacular Wharfedale, Kilnsey Park is your ideal location to enjoy the Yorkshire Dales. With fishing, kids activities, friendly farm animals and the best of local food
Stump Cross Caverns
The Stump Cross Caverns near Pateley Bridge are a millennia-old spectacular subterranean natural feature in North Yorkshire.