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Cosy Pubs to Tasty Cafés
The Traddock Hotel has established a renowned reputation for its charm, its character and, most importantly, for its friendliness. The hotel is surrounded by the idyllic scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and provides the perfect base for walking the three peaks, climbing, touring or just relaxing. The Traddock’s award winning restaurant draws on an Anglo-Saxon theme where dishes are a blend of the traditional and the unfamiliar. They pride themselves on using local and seasonal ingredients, and organic produce.
Located in the heart of Settle, Ye Olde Naked Man Café is a unique bakery and cafe dating back to 1663 with original breads and cakes with sandwich shop and cafe selling own produce.
Food is one of the biggest passions here at The Lion at Settle. The menus are created to showcase the best local in season produce, sourced from trusted suppliers throughout Settle and the surrounding area. They believe that with great quality ingredients you don’t have to try too hard, which is why our dishes are simple, but beautifully executed by the Chef, John Wild. Once you’ve eaten to your heart’s content, you can flop on to the comfiest of beds in one of The Lion’s excellent 14 rooms.
The Courtyard – This is a welcoming airy cafe-brasserie where you’ll be greeted by beautiful art, vibrant colours, and deeply comfortable chairs. Open the menu, and it’s immediately clear that this chef really is all about the food. Fresh, local, seasonal food – modern British with a twist, and surprising pairings of ingredients that set your tastebuds tingling. It goes without saying that provenance is all and Head Chef Richard prides himself on local sourcing.
Little House Restaurant inspiration for the food here comes from all over Europe and under the supervision of two professionally trained chefs the monthly menu and chalkboard take advantage of seasonal foods. The chefs use the finest produce available, including Lune Valley lamb, Scotch accredited beef, best quality fresh fish & local fruit & vegetables. On top of this, new and old world wines, continental beers & liqueurs are available to complement your meal.
The Pen-y-ghent Cafe, in nearby Horton-in-Ribblesdale, has been the starting point of the the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Walk for many people over the years. The café operates a clock-in/out system to time, and aid the safety of walkers. A clock card machine records the start and end time of walkers. Those completing within a 12 hour period are invited to join the Café’s ‘Three Peaks of Yorkshire Club’.
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