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Ribblesdale & the Three Peaks
A traditional cafe run by the same family since 1965, the Pen-y- Ghent fills walkers' fuel tanks with fried eggs and chips, homemade scones and pint-sized mugs of tea. It also sells maps, guidebooks and walking gear.
A traditional teashop that serves sandwiches, and dishes such as Lancashire hotpot.
Bistros & Brasseries
Yorkshire Dales National Park
A cute little cafe, dog-friendly and popular with locals as well as visitors. In addition to cakes, coffee and Yorkshire tea, the menu includes lunch dishes such as fish and chips and steak-and-ale pie...
An award-winning sit-down fish-and-chip restaurant overlooking the canal. There's also a takeaway counter offering fish and chips for £5, open to 11.15pm.
Set in a stylishly decorated 16th-century cellar with barrel-vaulted ceilings, this friendly bistro offers a seasonal menu built lovingly around fresh local produce...
This place just off High St serves the best coffee in town, along with good cakes and freshly prepared sandwiches.
Across the bridge from the Green Dragon, this craft shop and tearoom offers a healthier diet of homemade soup, organic bread and a 'Fellman's Lunch' of Wensleydale cheese, pickle and salad...
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