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Welcome to The White Rose Hotel

Address: Main Street, Askrigg, Leyburn, DL8 3HG

Telephone: 01969 650515 01969 650515

Hotel Description

We are a family run hotel in Askrigg in Wensleydale, North Yorkshire, the home of Wensleydale cheese and Askrigg is the home of the James Herriot series 'All creatures Great and Small'. We have refurbished our hotel to a high standard, with all rooms fully en suite, Tv's, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities in every room, Serving freshly cooked local produce in the bar and our al a carte conservatory or restaurant we also have a light bite menu for the smaller appetite, we have hand pulled real ales and a fully stocked bar. The area is a great place to walk or drive around with a large variety of interesting places to visit and things to do, why not come and be pampered by our friendly staff.

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  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Wifi Available
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • Wedding Functions
  • Walking Holidays

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Barnard Castle - Co. Durham - Castle

Barnard Castle - Co. Durham - Castle

Distance 17.07 miles (27.31 km)
Perched high atop a steep bank overlooking the River Tees, Barnard Castle remains an imposing sight. It was damaged in 1630 when Sir Henry Vane bought it to use its stone to rebuild his preferred residence, Raby Castle. The foundations date back to the 12th century. Once one of the largest castles in northern England, it was also the principal residence of the Baliol family and a major power base in the many conflicts between the English and Scottish crowns, the rebellious nobles and the church.

Barford Raceway - Racecourse

Barford Raceway - Racecourse

Distance 19.21 miles (30.74 km)
Barford Racewayis promoted by North East Stock Car Promotions with Cyril Whitfield at the helm. Originally a dirt track, the track was turned to tarmac ,with an armco barrier, in 1995-96 and is now the only running track in the North East. It is set in an old Army Camp but slowly all the buildings are being demolished and used as banking for spectators. The track is in County Durham and set near the popular town of Barnard Castle. The meetings at Barford are shared between National Bangers (ORC spec)and Banger Rods, alternating each meeting. This in recent years has helped boost Banger turn outs. Most meetings you will get a 20-30 car turn- out along with some visitors mainly being 502 Hoagy + Krazy Krew.