The Priests house restaurant, wedding and function venue Yorkshire Dales

Historic Yorkshire Dales Venue for Weddings, Private Functions & Fine Dining Venue

 

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The Priests House Restaurant, Barden Tower, Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6AS                   email

Historic Yorkshire Dales Venue for Weddings, Private Functions & Fine Dining Venue

 

Long gone are the days when having a good night out with a few drinks and then driving home was the norm. Too right too. The Priests House in itself is not a hotel and doesn’t have any accommodation to offer but we do have the Barden Bunk Barn on site which is ideal for a stop over for up to 24 of your guests.  It is an ideal place to get changed,  freshened up, leave valuables during the day as well as somewhere to chill out afterwards. It is especially useful if you are organising a marquee reception as it comes with additional car parking facilities for guests and provides you with exclusive access to the site for the day.

Other local places to stay include:

Hotels
Devonshire Arms, Bolton Abbey [3 miles]
Devonshire Fell, Burnsall [3 miles]
Rendevouz Hotel, Skipton [8 miles]
Herriotts Hotel, Skipton [8 miles]

Bed & Breakfasts
Raikes Acre, Burnsall [4 miles]
Howgill Lodge, Appletreewick [2 miles]
Knowles Lodge, Appletreewick [2 miles]
Littlegate Farm, Drebley, [2 miles]
Linton Laithe, Linton [6 miles]
Craiglands Guest House, Threshfield [7 miles]

A bit further afield but well worth the extra distance:
Hellifield Peel Castle, Hellifield nr Gargrave [12 miles]

The above are just a selection but you can find many more together with a host of other local information on the following local sites:

Local guest accommodation

The Barden Bunk Barn. Excellent self catering group accommodation and as a venue to incorporate into your wedding day at

The Priests House

Hellifield Peel, a superbly restored castle, once a ruin similar to Barden Tower, as chronicled on Channel 4’s “Grand Designs”

Why North Yorkshire?