Drink, Dine,
Stay & Celebrate

The Gamekeeper’s Inn is our very own traditional Yorkshire Dales pub.

Located at the heart of Long Ashes Park, it’s your friendly ‘local’ where friends and neighbours get together for a drink or to enjoy some hearty pub grub beside the roaring fire.

The Gamekeeper’s Inn offers fine wines and traditional ales, including real ales from local Yorkshire breweries, along with an extensive menu of home cooked food and light bar snacks.

We also have a selection of cosy guest rooms, should you wish to extend your experience with us.

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Leisure Club

Long Ashes Leisure Club has all the facilities you need.

Whether you want to get fit and keep fit, or just enjoy and unwind with a leisurely swim and sauna.

With a superb L-shaped pool and the very latest gym equipment, it’s the perfect place to take action or simply chill out.

For work outs, you’ll find Cybex resistance equipment to improve balance, agility and muscle strength, along with TechnoGym cardiovascular equipment to improve your health and fitness.

When it comes to just chilling out you’ll love our steam room, sauna and jacuzzi, as well as our poolside relaxation area designed to help you truly unwind.

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Long Ashes Pure Spa

When it comes to pure indulgence, the Long Ashes Pure Spa is an oasis of pampering pleasure.

Enjoy a huge range of treatments available for body and soul.

Take a look at the Pure Spa website to see all the delights we have in store, from hot stone treatments and massages, to exquisite Elemis beauty treatments.

Book a single treatment as a pick me up, or reward yourself with a full spa day - combining body therapies and beauty treatments in to the perfect pampering package, just for you.

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Around & About

The Yorkshire Dales National Park offers 841 square miles of stunning scenery to explore.

From craggy hillsides to sweeping valleys, with breath-taking natural beauty at every turn such as the famous limestone pavement at Malham and the spectacular waterfall trail at Ingleton.

What’s more, with 8 million visitors every year, there is a huge range of visitor attractions too, from steam trains to music festivals, castles to country houses and peaceful gardens to thrilling rollercoasters.