Things to see and do - Richmond
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Richmond : Michelin's recommendations
A pleasant country town and the area's main commercial centre, Richmond lies at the foot of Swaledale and on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Tourist attractions Richmond : Things to see and do
Restored in 1963, it is the only Georgian theatre in the country with its original form and features. It was opened on 2 September 1787 and was used for many years from the 1840s as an auction room.
The castle stands on a cliff edge high above the river. It was begun by Alan the Red in 1071, the probable date of the masonry of the curtain walls. It played only a small part in the history of England as it was left untouched by the War of the Rose..
sq. Trinity Church
The museum, which is housed in Holy Trinity Church, was opened in 1973 by the Colonel in Chief, the late King Olaf of Norway; displays include uniforms, medals, campaign relics, weapons, badges and paintings from 1688 to the present day.
59-61 Frenchgate GB - Richmond DL10 7AE
Centrally located in the historic Yorkshire town of Richmond, The Frenchgate Restaurant & Hotel offers family-friendly accommodation. Free private parking is possible on site, and free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout. The Frenchgate is set in a Georg..
High Ln n.n. GB - Reeth DL11 6SY
Offering a restaurant, The Kings Arms Hotel is located in the small village of Reeth, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. With free WiFi access and free parking, Aysgarth Falls are a 25-minute drive away and Swaledale Museum is an 8-min..
The Buck Hotel, Silver Street, Reeth North Yorkshire DL11 6SW GB - Reeth DL11 6SW
The Buck Hotel is located in Reeth, 49 km from Durham and 48 km from Skipton. The hotel has a barbecue and views of the mountains, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant or a drink at the bar. The rooms include a flat-screen TV. The Buck Hote..
GB - DL11 6EN Langthwaite
Characterful 18C hostelry, set in a peaceful hillside village and offering commanding rural views. Lunchtime sees hearty British pub classics, while more elaborate dishes follow in the evening, with plenty of fish and game in season. Local beers incl..
2-3 Trinity Sq. Market Pl. GB - DL10 4HY Richmond
This modern brasserie provides a complete contrast to the cobbled marketplace in which it stands. Bold wallpaper, lime green banquettes and grey chairs feature. Menus offer grills, sharing plates and modern takes on brasserie classics.
GB - DL11 7HH Hutton Magna
Small but charming whitewashed pub with six tables flanked by green settles and a bench table for drinkers. It's run by a husband and wife team; he cooks, while she serves. Cooking is hearty and flavoursome with a rustic British style.
Kneeton Ln GB - DL10 6NJ Middleton Tyas
Stylishly converted coach house to a Georgian mansion, where the owner grew up. The dining area is in the former stables and the bar is where the coaches once parked. Concise, constantly evolving menus feature produce from within 40 miles. Contempora..
59-61 Frenchgate GB - DL10 7AE Richmond
Part-dating from the 17C, with two open-fired lounges filled with vivid art, a simply furnished dining room and a lovely terrace and walled garden. Modern, ambitious dishes. Immaculately kept, well-equipped bedrooms; breakfast features local bacon an..
On The Green GB - DL11 6SN Reeth