Drink with Dickens
The Fleece Inn isn't just a classic Yorkshire pub with a roaring fire and great selection of beers. It's also where Charles Dickens stayed when he wrote Nicholas Nickleby. Pop in for a pint and see if you're equally inspired.
Bettys Tea Rooms is a famous, award-winning cafe showcasing the classic Yorkshire afternoon tea. Watch the world go by in beautiful surroundings whilst enjoying delicious cakes and sipping on some of the best brews around. You're also well placed to set off on a country walk.
Roots Farm Shop is the place to head if you fancy a full English made with produce grown and raised onsite. The baked beans might be from a tin, but the bacon and sausages are farm-fresh, ready to start any day off with a bang.
Sometimes only a steak will do, and Tejanos brings the beef in an epic style with a Mexican twist. Using locally sourced meat, you'll be in burger and burrito heaven with a choice of all your favourites from an extensive menu.