25 Great Walkers' Pubs in the Yorkshire Dales (Pubs)
By: Mike Appleton (author)Paperback
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There's nothing quite like a refreshing beverage after a day on the fells and hills of the Yorkshire Dales. Scenic beauty, majestic views, impressive crags, towering cliffs, peaceful tarns, extensive caves and picturesque villages that are rich in heritage and culture are visited by millions of people each year. And those that work within this stunning countryside ensure the Dales and its communities continue to be vibrant for future generations. At their hub are hostelries that tell their own tales; cornerstones of local communities which reflect the social and economic story of a region that is changing and evolving every day. In this book, we chart fifty of the best pubs within the Yorkshire Dales and find out why they have become a beacon and pull to so many over the years. Discover the inn that was frequented by playwright, JB Priestley, and why beer is served in the traditional way in Arncliffe. Visit pubs that are tap houses, house waterfalls, display quirky signs, have impressive features, produce great food, play great music and so much more.
Mike Appleton has been a journalist, editor, author and media professional since 1998. He has received critical acclaim for his publications. Born in St Helens, but now living in Lancashire, he made regular trips to the Yorkshire Dales with his father and those early days bore an obsession with area and its people, resulting in his book Yorkshire's Three Peaks. He's an active caver and walker, spending as much time as he can in the Yorkshire Dales, writing and photographing its unique landscape.
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