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If nature is your thing, then you'll love this countryside retreat set against the renowned glorious Yorkshire Dales. Luxuriousness is at the heart of the homely trappings, making you feel welcomed and nurtured. Enjoy a meal to be remembered in the Burlington fine dining restaurant using produce grown, reared and caught on the estate.

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Yasemen Kaner-White
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You can see the imposing Yorkshire Dales from the hotel, and embark on over eighty miles of footpaths crossing heather moorland and woodland, taking in river views. An hour by car is the walled City of York brimming with character and plenty of places to eat, the 13th-century Minster being its jewel. The hotel is on Bolton Abbey Estate and the priory ruins are well worth exploring, the café serves local produce treats.

By car: the hotel is one hour from Leeds, 1 hour 30 mins from Manchester and 4 hours 45 mins from London. There's free on-site parking.

By train: London Kings Cross to Skipton takes 3 hours 15 mins. The station is a 20-minute taxi ride from the hotel. Book trains to Skipton.

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Countryside chic with a canine theme. The décor is warm and inviting, expect grand fireplaces, quirky gold wallpaper with velvet dog motifs, gilt-framed paintings of pets and people, sumptuous velvet upholstered comfortable seating, dusky pink walls with a gold edge and the hotel emblem featured on the carpet.


The staff are friendly and incredibly helpful, from guiding us back to the room when we got lost to enthusiastically taking us through the wine pairing options at dinner. They were full of ideas as to which is the best route to take through the Dales when one of our party was using a wheelchair.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Fitness centre
  • Pet-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Rooms exude country-house chic. Expect classically patterned wallpaper and plush fabrics, contemporary dusky pink walls to oxford blue skirting boards, Roberts radios, four-poster beds with crisp linen, deer head figurines and warm homely touches of attractive lamps and leather-bound books.

Room types: Classic, Deluxe, Luxury, Superior, Suites, Pet Friendly, Boltholes

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with Noble Isle toiletries, hairdyer, TV, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi


We had the tasting menu in the rather smart 'The Burlington' restaurant; boasting 3 AA rosettes it utilises exceptional produce grown, reared and caught on the estate. There's also a more casual brasserie which does a fantastic Sunday roast. You can indulge in an afternoon tea or enjoy the cosy cocktail lounge.

The Burlington: Seasonal tasting menu, from £82.50pp. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea; Thu-Sun for dinner.

The Brasserie and Bar: Informal dining and Sunday roasts. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

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