As a gift to you, please accept our complimentary £25 voucher towards a 'Dinner, Bed & Breakfast' booking with us, anytime during October and November 2016.
Enjoyed a marvelous meal at Grassington House. Meal was superb and staff exceptionally helpful and welcoming.
Returned for a 1 night stay after a great experience last Summer. Room 1 is the one to choose, it's Georgian furnishings and decor are sumptuous.
The nearby Stump Cross Caverns have some amazing rock formations for those willing to explore the underground caves.
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Between 1909 and 1948 Grassington had its electricity supplied from a hydroelectric plant at nearby Linton Falls and there are plans to reintroduce it.
Grassington is a market town and civil parish in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England. The population at the 2011 Census was 1,126. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, the town is situated in Wharfedale, about 8 miles (10 km) north-east from Bolton Abbey, and is surrounded by limestone scenery. Nearby villages include Linton, Threshfield, Hebden, Conistone and Kilnsey.
We both want to thank you so very much for making our day and wedding weekend such a beautiful and memorable occasion. We can’t begin to tell you how much everyone enjoyed the day and the compliments you and your staff received.
In 1909 Grassington received its first electricity from a hydroelectric plant at Linton Falls, which continued to operate until 1948 when the National Grid arrived in the area. In March 2012 a new hydroelectric power plant was opened using the same but restored turbine house, which provides 500,000 kWh of electricity a year, using two Archimedean screws.
The summer Grassington Festival is a two week extravaganza of arts and music and in the past has had such celebrities as Toyah Wilcox and Jo Brand as entertainers.
Traditional dishes done with a modern and eclectic twist, the Grassington House way. Award-winning Chef John Rudden has a passion for locally sourced and seasonal ingredients.
Thank you so much for making our day fabulous - EVERYTHING was perfect! We’ll definitely be coming back for your anniversary.
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Local village social life is centred on the Devonshire Institute, formerly a Mechanics Institute, built in 1855. It has a main hall with a stage for plays and pantomimes. Badminton, bowling, snooker, ballet dancing, handbell ringers, sewing classes and horticultural meetings all keep the hall (and villagers!) pretty busy.
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We just wanted to thank you again for the fabulous day we have yesterday. Both the food and service you gave us was excellent.
Grassington & Threshfield Golf Club (now defunct) was founded in 1908. The club continued until the Second World War.
Modern Day GrassingtonGrassington is one of the pearls in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Narrow cobbled streets lead down to the river and over the ancient bridge. The village is always bedecked with summer colour, making it well worth a visit.
Grassington hosts a number of local festivals including the Dickensian Festival just before Christmas when everyone dons Victorian costume and the streets are alive with street music and craft demonstrations.
There is a full range of places to stay from campsites to boutique hotels throughout the Yorkshire Dales
Grassington is a small market town known as the capital of Upper Wharfedale. Situated on the banks of the River Wharfe in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, it is a scenic beauty spot which warmly welcomes visitors.
From hog roasts for twelve to fine dining for 120, the award-winning Grassington House brings its’ respected hospitality and excellent reputation to you wherever you are, as Grassington House Outside.
Every September since 2011, Grassington has held a 1940s themed weekend. Events include war re-enactments, dances and a variety of military and civilian vehicles on display from the period.
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John and Sue Rudden are a winning team offering a fine Yorkshire welcome to all those who visit and stay at Grassington House.
Grassington Festival is a two-week-long annual event, with music, performance and visual arts, held in a number of venues around the village. In 2008 it included acts by Jo Brand, Dara Ó Briain, Clare Teal and Toyah Willcox.
Further afield, Grassington is fifteen minutes drive from the market town and church at Skipton and 30 minutes from Harrogate and Haworth home of the Bronte sisters, where you can visit the Bronte Parsonage Museum, for an insight into the place and objects that inspired their works. Historic Bolton Abbey is just nine miles away.
Our Wedding Packages are tailored to suit a number of different budgets. For a minimum of 46 guests, Grassington House will be dedicated solely to your wedding celebration.
Several times AA Chef of the Year, John Rudden has been exciting palates in his restaurants for many years, and you can learn direct from the masterchef himself during our occasional events and tutorials.
Other nearby attractions include Kilnsey Crag, a glacial formation and rocky overhang. Grass Woods is less than a mile away and has the remains of an Iron Age fort, known as Gregory's Fort.
From hog roasts for twelve to fine dining for 120, in village halls, country kitchens or stately homes, the award-winning Grassington House brings its’ respected hospitality and excellent reputation to you wherever you are, as Grassington House Outside.
From the cobbled streets and boutiques of Grassington, to the wide expanse and beauty of the countryside - the Yorkshire Dales, are truly God’s own country.
Cafés, restaurants and the several local pubs full of character all provide good home-cooked food to suit all budgets and tastes. There is a Tourist Information Centre on Hebden Road.
Grassington is one of the best loved of the many delightful small towns and picturesque villages in the Yorkshire Dales and is fast becoming a destination village due to its attractive location on the river Wharfe surrounded by beautiful open countryside.
Our 2016 Christmas events brochure is now available. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01756 752 406 to request a copy.
We create a programme of events each year for locals and visitors to enjoy, taking part in as many of the Grassington events as we can.
Three miles north of Grassington, at Kilnsey, is the glacially carved overhang of Kilnsey Crag.
Find out about our team of Rangers, what they do and how to get in touch with them.