By Travelzoo Staff
For £149 instead of the usual £245, stay and dine at the 5-star Angel Inn in the Yorkshire Dales -- a property praised by The Guardian for its "charming interiors" and "fine fare". Here's what you get:
Why we love it
- Save over £95 on stays at a 15th-century inn in the Yorkshire Dales
- Rooms at The Angel Inn are now £149 per night
- Includes overnight accommodation for two in a Suite with full English breakfast
- Guests also get a 4-course set-menu dinner in the 2-AA-Rosette restaurant (worth £35 per person)
The Angel Inn
North Yorkshire, BD23 6LT
Tel: 01756 730263
What's included & when
- April 12, 2013 - Oct. 1, 2013
- - Overnight accommodation for two in Suite
- - 4-course set-menu dinner in the 2-AA-Rosette restaurant (worth £35 per person)
- - Full English breakfast per person
- The 15th-century former drover's inn used by people taking cattle to market, features nooks, crannies, oak beams and log fires and individually designed bedrooms. The property is a member of Britain's Finest Hotels collection and listed in Alastair Sawday's Special Places to Stay. It also featured in Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's BBC series "The Trip", in which the comedy duo toured the best restaurants in northern England.
- The Angel's late owner, Denis Watkins, was hailed as the "Godfather of the Gastropub" and the food remains "arrestingly good", says The Daily Telegraph. The restaurant offers modern British food, with influences from France and Italy. The property is also featured in The Good Pub Guide's Favourite Sunday Lunch Pubs. Wine-tasting is available at the rustic Wine Cave across the road.
- The historic villages of Malham and Grassington are a 20-minute drive from the hotel. Other local attractions include Bolton Abbey.
- Valid for Sunday-Thursday stays until 30 September.
- Not available on 5, 30 May.
The small print
Valid for an overnight stay for two people in a Suite, full English breakfast and a 4-course set-menu dinner each. Valid Sunday-Thursday stays until 30 September. Subject to availability. Sold out on: 26 May; 2 June.
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