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Amerdale House Hotel, Arncliffe, Littondale, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5QE. Tel: +44 (0)1756 770 250 Fax: +44 (0)1756 770 250. This hotel has various awards, both for the hotel and its restaurant.

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      01.04.2007 19:38

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      An absolutely beautiful hotel informed that it has just undergone a refurbishment, one of the most relaxing places i have ever had the pleasure of staying i will be reccommending it to all of my friends and family, the ultimate retreat the food is quite simply amazing all made from local produce. The hotel oozes luxury you even get molton brown toiletries in the bathrooms, will be back again very soon, loved it

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      20.04.2004 23:35
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      My wife and I had a marvelous stay at the Amerdale House Hotel from March 30 to April 3, 2004. Arncliffe in the Littondale valley is as picturesque a English village as we have ever seen. It is a wonderful base for day walks, whether along the valley floor, where the countryside is lovely, or up over the moors, where the scenery is spectacular. Lambing season was in progress and we delighted in watching the baby lambs cavort in the pastures. The Amerdale House itself is a beautiful old manor house, very nicely decorated and maintained. Our four poster room on the second floor was spacious, quiet, and most comfortable. The staff at the Amerdale were very welcoming and informative, and the owners, Nigel and Paula, were wonderful hosts. The common rooms (library, bar, formal sitting room and dining room) were quite nicely appointed and supplied daily with flowers by Paula. I enjoyed reading some of the local history in the library, the single malt collection in the bar, and tea and the daily paper in the sitting room. But best of all is the dining room, where Nigel (who is a master chef) regaled us for four consecutive nights with some of the most wonderful dinners that we can recall. The food was both delectable and imaginative, created from scratch each day by Nigel - ever had licorice ice cream (a unique taste treat) with a delectable raspberry tart? We just can?t say enough about the cuisine. It is superb and you will not be disappointed. And the breakfasts are also terrific, typically lasting us through hiking to dinner. We are recommending the Amerdale House to all our friends and hope to return there ourselves some day. We have stayed in many nice places on multiple trips to England and put the Amerdale House Hotel at the top of the list.

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        30.09.2003 15:39
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        Amerdale country house hotel is a delightful 'hidden gem' the idyllic setting in the Yorkshire Dales make this family hotel more of a retreat and restoration than a any mere place to rest your head at the end of a days walking! The Victorian manse hotel is situated in Arncliffe, a quiet and picturesque village. gentle walks near the river Skirface, or beside the ancient Church are a pleasant means of spending a few hours before returning to the warm welcome at Amerdale House. Owners Nigel and Paula Crapper are attentive hosts, and the dining is an experience which remains for many unsurpassed. The house is beautifully appointed, furnished in period, and the library is a peaceful place to relax with after dinner coffee and handmade chocolates! As a Disabled person I found Amerdale accessible; an adapted Stable block fulfills amply the need of those with mobility impairments. All in all an experience which will be unrivalled by larger hotels, once you have been, you will wish to return and be welcomed as an 'old friend'.

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