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Located in a stunning position within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Long Ashes Park is the perfect place from which to explore this beautiful area.

The Gamekeeper’s Inn is the perfect base for you to relax and explore the best that Yorkshire has to offer. From walking the many fells and dales of the national park to exploring the cobbled streets of the local Yorkshire villages, there is something to do for all ages and groups when staying at the Gamekeepers Inn.

We are just 5 minutes from the pristine village of Grassington which is packed with shops, stalls and the occasional market for you to enjoy. One of Yorkshires biggest draws for visitors year-round is hiking. Our location in the south of the national park means you can hike some of Yorkshires most scenic and challenging routes if you wish.

Or enjoy a family day out at one of the many attractions near the pub. Whether you choose to spend your time roaming the villages, hiking the mountains or relaxing in our on-site Pure Spa, there are many reasons for you to return to The Gamekeeper’s Inn time and time again.

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Muddy Boots Walking Holidays

If you really want to immerse yourself in the landscape of the Yorkshire Dales, try a Muddy Boots guided Discovery Walk. They have designed each of their walks using in-depth local knowledge to ensure that you experience the very best of the Dales. The routes take you on the paths less trodden as you explore Muddy Boots’ favourite secret spots, uncover the stories and characteristics that define the Dales and, most importantly, have a fun day out!


Events Calendar

From live music to specialist foodie nights...

We host a range of events at The Gamekeeper’s throughout the year from live music to foodie nights and wedding venue showcases. To keep up with the latest events, follow us on Facebook or scroll down to sign up to our newsletter.

Local Activities

Shopping & Necessities

Ever heard of Wensleydale Cheese? The Yorkshire Pudding? Yorkshire Tea? All made in Yorkshire.

Enjoying the local shops when on holiday is one of life’s secret pleasures. Fortunately, enough for you Yorkshire’s produce is known around the world for its quality so you won’t have any excuses for going home empty-handed.

It’s not just the amazing range of food we are known for either. In the local villages of Skipton and Grassington you’ll be able to discover high street shops are selling their range of local products alongside a selection of fantastic farmers markets that are on throughout the year.

Outdoor Activities

Outdoor Activities

Explore and adventure until your heart's content...

When you stay with us at The Gamekeeper’s Inn, you are also staying in the heart of one of the UK’s most beautiful national parks. This means exploring, adventure and spending time in the great outdoors are probably on your agenda for the holiday. Thankfully, we are located perfectly for you to make the most of your time outdoors so you can make some truly awesome memories, be that fishing for and cooking your own trout or climbing all three of Yorkshire’s highest mountains in a single day.

For The Little Ones

For the Little Ones

The Gamekeeper’s Inn is very child friendly and we welcome little people of all ages.

We cater for children with an exciting children’s menu that contains all the classics so they won’t go hungry when you stay as a family. There is also a plethora of things for you to do as a family around the local area so you can focus on making those life-long family memories and keeping the little ones entertained and happy!

Brewery Food Tours

Food & Drink Tours

Yorkshire grub and Dales ales...

As you know Yorkshire is known for its food offering. The county has long been a place of significance due to the food & drink that is produced here so, your holiday with us wouldn’t be complete without taking some time to learn a bit more about the history and passion behind these world-renowned foods.

First of all, lets talk about the beer. Or more specifically, the Ales in the Dales. You will recognise some of the brands such as Theakstons and Black Sheep. Taking a tour around a working brewery is a fascinating experience, especially if you count yourself as something of an ale connoisseur so you can see how all your favourite ales are produced from hop to cask.



If you're after a little bit of history...

The county of Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Dales National Park are built on their rich cultural heritage, historical significance and working landscapes. All of these factors have been hugely influential in shaping the county to what it is today. So why not take some time in your holiday to visit one of the many museums around the area to discover a little more about the history of the place you’re staying in.

Gardens And Trains

Gardens & Trains

Whether you are a film buff or a heritage lover, a holiday with us at The Gamekeeper’s Inn places you perfectly to go and explore all that Yorkshire has to offer.

Continuing the theme of Yorkshire’s rich historic past and cultural heritage, there are a wide range of galleries, gardens, trainlines, sculptures, literary spots and arts trails you can visit to further enhance your visit to the Dales. To this day Yorkshire has inspired, writers, poets, literary icons and playwrights and there is a reason why...