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 with a Yorkshire twist. From a light, freshly prepared caesar salad to something more robust like our beautiful 10oz flat iron steak, there is something for every taste on our menu. All produce is sourced locally where possible, ensuring it’s always fresh. Ask the staff about our beer matching and find out which Timothy Taylor’s ales suit which delicious dishes.
Choose from our eight beautifully appointed bedrooms, a mixture of Standard Double, Suites, Twin and Family Rooms. All come with the usual comforts you’d expect including TV, FREE Wifi, tea and coffee.
Some of our rooms are also dog friendly, please ask when booking to check availability.
Timothy Taylor’s have created two scenic adventures to get you started on your discovery of the beauty of the Grassington and Upper Wharfedale area. Whether you are by foot or pedal power the routes will show off the best of the immediate area, conveniently looping back to Grassington where you’ll find a welcome pint, bite to eat or welcoming bed.
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.