Upper Nidderdale offers fantastic food at the Michelin Starred Yorke Arms and the Sportsman’s Arms in Wath, as well as pubs, tea rooms and fish and chips. Weatherhead and Kendall’s championship pork pies and Birchfield Farm ice cream are just a few of many local suppliers. Here is a short list of eateries in and around Pateley Bridge:
Whether you choose to dine in the traditional and elegant Victorian dining room or the cosy bar, The Sportsman’s Arms offers excellent food with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. This pub with rooms is set next to the River Nidd in the tiny hamlet of Wath, a few miles updale from Pateley Bridge. With a menu comprised of meat and game that comes from the dales, moors and nearby farms, a visit to The Sportsman’s Arms is a truly Nidderdale experience.
The Yorke Arms is a Michelin starred restaurant within a former 18th century coaching inn and shooting lodge. This renowned restaurant is situated in Ramsgill, at the head of Gouthwaite Reservoir.
Olley’s Pizzeria and Ristorante in Pateley Bridge is a wine bar and restaurant serving traditional and modern Italian cuisine.
Set right in the heart of Pateley Bridge High Street this lovely tea room serves home cooked lunches and afternoon teas with scones that are not to be missed.
A great traditional fish and chip takeaway based on the High Street in Pateley Bridge.
The Crown Hotel is in the heart of Middlesmoor village at the head of Nidderdale. It is a traditional Yorkshire pub and serves good home cooked food.
A traditional pub hotel in the village of Lofthouse, with charming gardens.
Situated just down from Cold Stones Cut, Toft Gate Barn Café is in a beautiful barn conversion in a working sheep farm and offers delicious home cooked food, freshly baked cakes and scones with stunning views down into Nidderdale. The perfect spot for two of our events this summer!
These charming tea rooms and art gallery are situated in the oldest building in Pateley Bridge.
In the centre of Pateley Bridge High Street, The Crown is a traditional pub and restaurant in a former 17th century coaching inn. It also has four en-suite bedrooms.
National champion butchers 2013, sited on Pateley Bridge High Street, famous for their pork pies.
Award-winning butchers, sited on Pateley Bridge High Street, famous for their pork pies.
Ice cream made from the farm’s Jersey cows, on sale in the farm’s cafe.
A cafe based at the popular tourist attraction of How Stean Gorge at the head of the dale, serving meals and light snacks from 10am to 6pm in summertime.