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“A marvellous setting, in the middle of Nidderdale” provides a “lovely” backdrop to this rural but “classy” old inn, in a “beautiful Dales village”. Frances Atkins is one of the country’s most renowned female chefs, and “local game is often to the fore” in her “unfailingly impressive”, “incredibly intensely flavoured cooking”, which ranks in the UK top-20 this year.
Frances Atkins “is an amazingly innovative chef”, and produces “exquisite” food – “a good blend of locally sourced, foraged, modern and classic” – at this “indulgent” inn, “beautifully located” in the Dales, which she co-owns with husband Bill.
“OMG, what truly amazing food”!; Frances & Gerald Atkins’s grand inn is a “picture-postcard building” with a “beautiful location” in a “quiet Dales village”; for once it’s Mrs who’s the chef, and her “brilliant attention to detail” shines through in “perfect” seasonal cuisine.
Nestling in Yorkshire's beautiful Nidderdale Valley, The Yorke Arms is a historic 18th century coaching house and shooting lodge, now serving as a Michelin starred restaurant with rooms.
With an award winning kitchen, led by top female chef Frances Atkins, the restaurant has a firm reputation for excellent food with a creative flair. The Yorke Arms' stunning location makes it an ideal retreat, while the surrounding areas offer a wealth of sights, activities and heritage. To extend a wonderful experience, contemporary or traditional rooms offer a peaceful setting in which to unwind.
While the unique location of The Yorke Arms helps to make any visit truly memorable, it is the outstanding quality and creativity integral to its food that leads guests to return again and again. Home to one of the country's top female chefs, Frances Atkins, The Yorke Arms is renowned for its delicious cuisine, founded on a timeless, classical repertoire.
Beginning as first class, locally sourced raw materials and finished off with imagination and finesse, a variety of tantalising dishes consistently succeed in tempting back locals and those who visit from further afield.