Nestled in the village of Grassington at the heart of the Dales, The Devonshire is a
quaint Inn with higgledy piggledy windows and baby bays. Seek us out and you’ll
instantly realise you have stumbled across a true gem in the heart of Grassington
Square. We serve only the best ales, tasty traditional pub food and offer sumptuous
accommodation. Add in exceptional service plus the warmth of the Yorkshire locals
and you’ve the perfect package.
Grassington is a market town in the Craven District of North Yorkshire. The town is
situated in Wharfedale about 8 miles North West of Bolton Abbey. The bustling
cobbled market square is fringed by independent shops and businesses. Add to this the
backdrop of The Dales and we’re a picturesque package tied up in a bow! A market
town that feels like a village.
On January 21 st 2019 The Devonshire, and Grassington, welcomed new tenants.
Mat and Kirsty Wilson both have extensive pub experience.
Mat had been working for Hydes Brewery since 2012, most recently as Operations Manager looking after 18 managed outlets while Kirsty also has experience in the pubs industry, having worked in the management team of several Hydes’ outlets.
They have two children, 12 and 3 years old, and live in-house at The Devonshire. They are very much full members of both the Timothy Taylor’s family and the Grassington community running their own outlet.
Timothy Taylor’s acquired The Devonshire in summer 2015. After an extensive
refurbishment programme it was re-opened for business in December 2015. Our
locals and tourists enjoy the cosy bar, the range of Timothy Taylor’s championship cask ales on hand pull, locally sourced food and the eight stunning rooms.
Why not pop in and meet Mat and Kirsty, they would love to see customers old or new and experience traditional Timothy Taylor’s hospitality at its best.
Nestled in the village of Grassington at the heart of the Dales, The Devonshire is a quaint Inn with higgledy piggledy windows and baby bays. Seek us out and you’ll instantly realise you have stumbled across a true gem in the heart of Grassington Square. We serve only the best ales, tasty traditional pub food and offer sumptuous accommodation. Add in exceptional service plus the warmth of the Yorkshire locals and you’ve the perfect package.
Our kitchen offers traditional, home cooked pub food. Our menu showcases the best that Yorkshire has to offer, from the award winning chickens from Soames Poultry in Driffield, to our fish courtesy of Hodgsons and the meat from Jacksons of Cracoe (just down the road). All produce is sourced locally where possible, ensuring it’s always fresh.
Daily specials allow our talented chefs to take advantage of catch of the day fresh fish, limited availability game, and kitchen garden produce as the seasons allow. We serve the same menu throughout, whether in the restaurant, the bar or outside in the gardens.
We can tailor our menus and our dining space to accommodate large gatherings and special family occasions.
Choose from our eight beautifully appointed bedrooms, a mixture of Standard Double, Large Double, and Suites. All come with the usual comforts you’d expect including TV, FREE Wifi, tea and coffee.
Four of our rooms are also dog friendly, please ask when booking to check availability.
MEANING: a holiday in one’s home country rather than abroad, or spent at home involving daytrips to local attractions.
How can we help? The Yorkshire Dales National Park is the perfect staycation for you and The Devonshire is the ideal base to be able to sample true Yorkshire Hospitality. We’d be more than happy to help you.
If you feel like being a little more adventurous, more walks and routes can be found on our ‘Dales’ page.
This route takes you to a little known Bronze Age stone circle, a hidden dale that doesn’t even have a name, drift on though a time capsule of a village that could be plucked from a period drama and behold the magnificent view of Burnsall that you won’t find on any postcards.
The outgoing leg of this varied walk takes you from The Devonshire in Grassington market square up to Yarnbury to explore the old lead mine workings. You then follow pretty Hebden Beck to link up with the River Wharfe which provides a gentle return to Grassington.