The George & Dragon Inn
The Castle Tavern
Black Lion Hotel
Beck Hall Guest House
River House Guest House
The Boars Head
Behind an unassuming grey door lies the unexpected pleasure of one of the most attractive guest houses in England.
A sister property to Bolton Abbey's Devonshire Arms Country House Hotel, this former gentleman's club for mill owners has a much more contemporary feel, with beautiful modern furnishings crafted by local experts.
Compact and chintzy, with a friendly and helpful landlady.
There's a batch of pleasant places along Frenchgate, and several more on Maison Dieu and Pottergate (the road into town from the east). These include Emmanuel House.
This is an oak-beamed house, built in 1600, with three immaculate rooms (one with a four-poster bed) that combine old-fashioned charm and all mod cons.
Nine elegant bedrooms occupy the upper floors of this converted Georgian town house, now a boutique hotel decorated with local art.
King's Head Hotel
Right on Market Pl, Richmond's fanciest hotel was once described by the painter Turner as 'the finest in Richmondshire'. That was a long time ago.
Three of the six stylish bedrooms have superb river views.
Herriot's Guest House
A delightful guesthouse set in an old stone building close to the bridge by the waterfall, Herriot's has seven comfy, en suite bedrooms set above an art gallery and coffee shop.
Green Dragon Inn
A fine old pub with flagstone floors, low timber beams, ancient oak furniture and Theakstons on draught, the Dragon serves up a tasty steak-and-ale pie and offers bunkhouse accommodation, or B&B in plain but adequate rooms, as well as a pair .
Bainbridge Ings Caravan & Camp Site
An attractive site set in stone-walled fields around a spacious farmhouse about half a mile east of town. Gas, milk and eggs are sold on site.
A handsome house with five pretty, comfortable rooms – no frills but lots of floral prints. The B&B is deservedly popular on account of the friendly welcome.
A modern place on the western edge of town, at the junction of the main A684 (Aysgarth Rd) and B6255, this is a family-friendly hostel with great views of Wensleydale.
In the village centre you will find this purpose-built hostel; the facilities are top-notch and young children are well catered for.
The Golden Lion is a lively pub that offers comfortable B&B bedrooms, a 40-bed bunkhouse, and three public bars where you can tuck into a bit of grub washed down with a pint of hand-pulled ale.
This rambling 17th-century country house on the edge of the village has 15 individually decorated rooms – we recommend the Green Room, with its old-style furnishings and four-poster bed.
A secluded 17th-century country house behind a walled garden with exposed stone walls, open fireplaces and an all-round cosy feel. It's just off the main square.
Holme Farm Campsite
Basic, no-frills campsite right next door to the Golden Lion pub, much used by Pennine Way hikers.
From the complementary glass of sherry on arrival, to the hearty breakfasts based on local produce, farm-fresh eggs and homegrown tomatoes, this B&B provides a real Yorkshire welcome.