Black Horse Hotel Grassington

The Black Horse Hotel Grassington is close to Skeldale House and Grassington Market Square where most of Channel 5’s All Creatures Great and Small series has been filmed. A 17th-century coaching inn run by an enthusiastic couple, landlords Tobi and Josh Hardisty, this family-orientated pub-restaurant-hotel is well-placed to welcome visitors to Grassington.

Accommodation includes premium double rooms, family rooms, four poster, double and twin rooms to suit most visitor expectations. The bedrooms are tastefully furnished with high quality en-suite facilities, free wi-fi, freeview TV, daily housekeeping, bedlinen, towels, bathrobes, blackout curtains and tea and coffee-making facilities. Some rooms are pet-friendly, some have views of the village and into the Dales. All have your comfort first and with its characterful atmosphere, and a few uneven floors! You’ll feel at home in this historic former coaching inn.

Food and drink at the Black Horse is wholesome and varied with lots of local ingredients included. The Black Horse Bar with its log fire is warm and welcoming and serves traditional ales, beers and lager and wines from around the world. There’s a bar menu offering snack to a hearty meal.

The Black Horse Restaurant is somewhere that Seigfried Farnon might have entertained his friends and customers to a meal or where Helen and James Herriot could have treated themselves in their courtship. It offers a relaxed dining experience and caters for any dietary needs, including vegetarian and gluten-free diets.

Groups are very welcome at the Black Horse and up to 50 guests can be accommodated for dining, buffets and all types of functions. Coach groups and large parties can arrange a catered menu ahead of arrival.

Cyclists are also very welcome and there is limited indoor cycle storage onsite with additional indoor storage at the nearby Grassington Town Hall. Although there is no onsite parking, plenty of space is available in the Square, street parking at Main Street near the Town Hall or National Car Parks at Hebden Road site a few minutes away.

Black Horse Hotel
4 Garrs Lane
Nr Skipton
BD23 5AT
01756 752770

Life in Grassington revolves around the cobbled-stone village square. A magnet for visitors and local town folk alike. Natural limestone picture-perfect buildings frame narrow streets, just bursting with Yorkshire charm.

You can:

  • Stroll round the old-world shops
  • Soak up the lively atmosphere in the square
  • Enjoy a spot of lunch in one of the cosy tea rooms or restaurants.
  • Potter about in the art galleries and craft shops
  • Amble along the River Wharfe at your leisure

Finding The Black Horse in Grassington is easy at the top of the Square. A small number of parking spaces is available in Grassington Square. Alternatively there are some further spaces at the top of Main Street behind the Town Hall, these welcome donations towards the cost of maintaining the Town Hall. There is also a National Car Parks Pay & Display Car Park on Hebden Road a short walk from the Hotel.£2.70 for up to 2 hours, £4.80 for over 2 hours, Long Stay Tickets are non-transferable between car parks – permits overnight parking for unoccupied vehicles. 24-hour ticket – £5.00, 48-hour ticket – £7.50, Weekly Tickets can also be purchased from National Park Centres and ticket machines at a cost of £15.00. Valid at all YDNPA car parks.

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