There is so much choice for eating out in the Dales. We have shown below details of places in the area to help you get an idea. Click on the titles to visit their websites.
Within short walking distance of The Roost is this is a fabulous deli - eat in or take away delicious home cooked cakes and meals.
Hotel restaurant in Askrigg for bar meals, bar snacks and restaurant meals.
With short walking distance of The Roost the historic King’s Arms doubled as the fictional Drovers Arms in the much loved original BBC drama All Creatures Great and Small.
A friendly and welcoming family run local pub, offering a range of fine cask ales and home cooked food.
Great little tea room even serving afternoon tea on a Tuesday afternoon. Situated next to Sykes's Village Store where you can pick up your essentials.
Great fish and chips every Wednesday approx 6:10pm. Queue over by the Cross in the Village. 5* Hygiene rating and the battered Wensleydale cheese is a must try!
Offering a wide range of seasonal, fresh and local food, cooked to order with constantly changing menus. Eat in or take away.
Something different! From classic farmhouse cookery and beautiful baking to specialty gluten-free and vegetarian days. Full days, half days, evenings and short sessions. Working in small groups of up to 6 people, it's an experience to share with friends or make new ones!
Newly refurbished offering a variety of eating options.
Serves a good menu of home cooked food all day, including breakfast.
A traditional family-run, Country Inn in the quiet village of Wensley, on the very edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Yorebridge House, located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, is a luxury boutique hotel and restaurant. Situated by the river Ure, on the edge of the unspoilt village of Bainbridge, Wensleydale, surrounded by open countryside and breath-taking scenery.
The restaurant is contemporary decadence, with its chocolate leather chairs, linen table cloths & Doug Hyde artwork, great for an evening out, or a special occasion.
Alternatively, the fish bar, snug or the bar are less formal areas, perfect for a relaxed dining experience.
Fine Dining in the Yorkshire Dales..... The 18th Century Charles Bathurst Inn in Arkengarthdale, or The CB Inn, as it is affectionately called, nestles in some of the Yorkshire Dales most spectacular scenery.
In 2013, the Charles Bathurst Inn was awarded an AA Rosette for its fine food, ales and wines. The Inn provides an ideal base for anyone looking to enjoy the surrounding countryside and is equally the perfect setting for a special celebration.
Located within some of the most breath-taking scenery in Yorkshire, The Punch Bowl Inn (sister establishment to the Charles Bathurst Inn) has gained a reputation for providing food of the utmost quality.
It's committed to using only the best local and seasonal produce, meaning the lamb and beef are sourced from local farmers, the game comes from the surrounding moors and fresh fish is delivered from Hartlepool six days a week.
The closest Indian Takeaway to The Roost - there is usually a menu in The Roost.
Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine, situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. "Saffron is an award-winning restaurant and has a reputation as one of the region's finest Indian restaurants. The restaurant has 70 seats in three sections including an area for private parties". There is usually a menu in The Roost.