Great local Italian restaurant with friendly service. Family friendly. Takeaway pizzas also available.
Nice and local (Pateley Bridge). Good for a reasonably priced Italian meal. It's also a wine bar. It can be very busy, so you may need to book.
“Pub and restaurant on Pateley High Street. Good quality food. Good beeers, wide choice of local beers. They don't stock Theakston's Old Peculiar because it goes off quickly apparently.”
“You can walk here from Pateley Bridge and reward yourself with very good food in lovely surroundings”
“If you’re feeling flush, or have a special occasion to celebrate this place is for you. Michelin Star restaurant in a 15th century coaching inn. 45 minute drive into the Dales. Beautiful countryside too.”
“As seen on Channel 5 ‘The Yorkshire Vet’ featuring Julian Norton treating a few of our llamas. If you are looking for some fun, want to relax and enjoy a high-quality experience try Llama trekking or Alpaca walking in the UK. As Yorkshire is the perfect place, why not join us on one of our llama and alpaca experiences or treks with our wonderful team. We are proud to be one of the top attractions in Harrogate and the whole of Yorkshire on Trip Advisor – Check out what are customers reviews. We offer Llama trekking and Alpaca walking all year round in the picturesque Yorkshire Dales. Nidderdale Llamas offers a truly unique and personal experience for all abilities and age groups, although children must be at least 7 years old to engage in our family experience and 10yrs and above to trek. Our llamas and alpacas are gentle, friendly and great fun to be with. Whilst you cannot ride a llama or alpaca, they make amazing walking companions.”
“Stimulate your senses and explore your wilder self at Yorkshire's biggest and highest public art work. Created by the artist Andrew Sabin, The Coldstones Cut is Yorkshire's latest visitor attraction. A massive construction which visitors can freely walk through and explore, the sculpture overlooks the huge working Coldstones Quarry and offers spectacular views over the scenery of Nidderdale in the Yorkshire Dales.”