The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire
Luxury Country House and Spa in the Yorkshire DalesBook
Member since November 2022
Situated at the southern edge of the Yorkshire Dales, The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa is a charming country house hotel in picturesque surroundings. You'll enjoy fresh local produce, top-class cooking, and stunning bedrooms. From an indulgent, relaxing spa weekend to an array of country pursuits, you can unwind in tranquility.
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Relaxing Luxury Break
From £130 pppn for a 5 night stay, to £165 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Classic room and receive:
- Welcome drink on arrival (glass of Prosecco /tea or coffee)
- Dinner in the Rosette awarded Brasserie on one evening* (allowance £46 pp)
- Full English breakfast for two daily
- A 60 minute spa access(must be pre booked to avoid disappointment)
- Lazy noon check out
- Access to Bolton Abbey Estate (worth £12.50)
- 10% off on pre booked Spa treatments (valid for stays 2nd January -31st March 2023)
- *Allowance can be used towards the 3 AA Rosette Burlington Restaurant (open Thursday to Sunday)
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- 3AA Rosette Restaurant
- Individual luxury bedrooms
- Set in Bolton Abbey Estate
- Indulgent spa
- Set in 30,000 acres of glorious countryside
- Large terrace with views of The Dales
- Range of onsite activities
The hotel adds a 5% discretionary service levy to all accounts on departure, with 100% of this charge being distributed to staff.
How to find The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa
The Devonshire Arms Hotel & Spa
Bolton Abbey Estate
Yorkshire Dales National Park
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The Burlington Restaurant
Breakfast: 7.30am to 10.30am - Please be advised that a breakfast time will be allocated unless you have been in touch to specify otherwise.
Afternoon Tea: Friday & Saturday 1pm- 3pm
Dinner: Thursday to Sunday 6pm to 8.30pm
Lunch: 12pm to 2pm, Monday-Saturday, 12-3pm Sunday
Dinner: 5.30pm until 9pm Monday-Wednesday, 6pm to 9pm Thursday- Saturday.
Pre-booking is essential. Please book in advance to avoid disappointment. They can cater for any dietary requirements provided they are mentioned at the time of booking.
They have a CCTV-monitored car park which is complimentary, and parking for Bolton Abbey Estate is included in your room rate.
One Classic Double bedroom is accessible for wheelchair-users. For more information please contact reservations on 0333 2125 594. The restaurants and facilities are ground floor, and you can find an accessible washroom near reception.
The Devonshire Spa has potential to accommodate wheelchair users if made aware in advance of arrival, depending on the disability-type. There are steps up to and into the Jacuzzi, and steps into the pool, however there are no hoists. To access the spa lounge there are steps, please also note there is a small step down onto the path to the spa.
Children are welcome to stay in othe Luxury, Superior and Suite room.
Children aged 2 and under are free of charge (cots are free of charge)
Children 2 - 12 years are charged £35 per child per night including breakfast
Children 13 years and over are chargeable as adults
Children under the age of six are welcome to dine in the Brasserie. Older children can dine from a simpler menu in Burlingtons (sittings at 6.30 and 7pm, £45 for three courses, including canapes and amuse-bouche).
Please note that the Devonshire Spa is adult only. Reception can recommend local babysitting companies.
History of the hotel
The Devonshire Arms was built in the 17th century and came under the ownership of the 4th Duke of Devonshire in 1753 as part of the Bolton Abbey Estate.
It was the 5th Duke, though, who cemented its place in history. Realising the importance of visitors to the area, the Duke established miles of footpaths.
During the 19th century, the Royal Family visited Bolton Abbey for grouse shoots.
In response to the influx of new visitors, The Cavendish Pavilion was built by the riverside.
Dogs are welcome in all rooms, charged at £15 per dog per night. There are washing areas, spare bowls, leads and waste bags, as well as thoughtfully placed bins for you to keep our beautifully maintained grounds just as you found them. Dogs are welcome in the hotel lounges. Please note that the Burlington Restaurant is not pet-friendly, however there are a limited number of dog friendly tables in the Brasserie Restaurant which must be reserved in advance.
Green Tourism Gold Award
This property participates in the Green Tourism Programme. A programme that measures the property's impact on one or more of the following: The Environment, the community, the cultural heritage and the local economy.
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