Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales is a scenic upland area covering the northwest of the county and a small part of Cumbria. Most older pubs are built from the pale grey mountain limestone typical of the area. Remoter pubs are often whitewashed, unlike the local farms and cottages. Like the Lake District and Snowdonia many pubs were built by the Victorians for the emerging tourist industry.

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Old coaching inn in Wharfedale village

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Country hotel in classic Dales village

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Dales farmhouse pub with a cruck barn

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18th century stone-built hotel

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Remote and unspoilt pub in the Dales

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Whitewashed Dales pub

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Village green pub in Wensleydale

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Traditional country inn

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17th century pub in remote dale

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Old fashioned country hotel

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Swaledale village local

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18th century inn on village green

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