The Devonshire Fell Hotel Burnsall, Yorkshire & The North East
Boutique country hotel in the heart of the Yorkshire DalesBook
Member since November 2022
Nestled in Burnsall on a hillside overlooking the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, The Devonshire Fell has all the romance and drama of a classic Brontë sisters novel. Exceptional dining in the 2 Rosette Restaurant, contemporary comfort in the individual bedrooms, and the Dales with the activities and beauty on your doorstep.
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Relaxing Luxury Break - Classic Room
From £106 pppn for a 5 night stay, to £142 pppn for a 1 night stay
Stay in a Classic Double room and receive:
- Welcome drink on arrival (glass of house wine/Prosecco/tea or coffee)
- 3 courses from the A la Carte menu on the first evening (supplements may apply to some dishes, value £45pp)
- Full breakfast for two daily
- A 60 minute spa access (must be pre booked to avoid disappointment)*
- Lazy noon checkout
- *at sister hotel The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa
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- Breathtaking views of the Yorkshire Dales
- Charming bedrooms
- 2 AA Rosette Restaurant
- Complimentary access to spa at sister hotel
- Set in Bolton Abbey Estate
- Range of exciting activities on the doorstep
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 Fell Hotel
The Devonshire Fell Hotel
Yorkshire Dales National Park
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The Fell Restaurant
Breakfast is served 8.00am until 11.00am
Lunch is served 12.00pm until 2.30pm
(Sunday lunch available 12.00pm to 4.00pm every Sunday)
Dinner is served between 5.00pm and 8.00pm
Lounge menu available from 12.00pm to 8.00pm
Available between 12.00pm and 4.00pm, seven days a week. Booking is essential.
Complimentary on site parking is available
Children (under the age of 15) are welcome some Luxury King Rooms and Fell Suite's. Please contact our team on 0333 2125 594 for rates and availability.
Some of the tiny local village's most beautiful old buildings are thanks to Sir William Craven, who rose from poverty to become Lord Mayor of London in 1611. He returned to his home county of Yorkshire where he used his new-found wealth to build Burnsall's school building and restore the 13th century Church of St Wilfrid.
The hotel's fabulous location is so awe-inspiring that when the producers of the 2003 film the Calendar Girls wanted a quintessential Yorkshire village and summer fête, Burnsall was the location they chose. The charming village of Burnsall can be seen throughout the film and needless to say it was an overnight success around the world.
With an illustrious past and contemporary interiors, this hideaway hotel celebrates eccentricity and indulges the senses. Use it as a base to explore Bolton Abbey's 30,000 acres, or just sit back, relax, and take in the inspiring vista.
History of the hotel
The Devonshire Fell itself was built as a gentlemen's club, but quickly evolved into a hotel. It was taken over by the Bolton Abbey Estate in 1999, and restored by the current Duchess of Devonshire.
Dogs are welcome in certain rooms, there is a charge of £15 per dog per night. A warm welcome awaits our guests and their four-legged friends. Dogs and their owners will enjoy, with equal anticipation, access to acres of off-road walks directly from the hotel in the Yorkshire Dales. There are beautiful views, woods and riverside walks – all to be explored together.
Complimentary spa use
A 60 minute spa access at sister hotel Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa is included in your stay. Just a 15-20min drive, this must be booked in advance to avoid disappointment.
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