Located in the award winning Devonshire Arms Hotel on the Bolton Abbey Estate, this brasserie comprises a bright and airy restaurant and bar. White Lloyd Loom chairs, vibrant coloured cushions, polished floor boards and examples of contemporary art on the walls create a buzzy atmosphere in which to eat and drink. The kitchen produces a mixture of brasserie classics mixed with contemporary modern British cuisine. Many of the dishes are available in starter or main course portions. British brasserie classics include Lishman’s pork sausages, mashed potatoes, caramelised onions and jus whilst seared sea bass fillet, crab, pea and mint risotto with red pepper coulis shows contemporary flair. The Brasserie draws on the vast wine cellars of the Devonshire Arms and offers an extensive selection of fine wines.
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"Situated on the Bolton Abbey Estate this hotel has hosted its fair share of celebrity weddings. A tranquil and idyllic riverside location near a ruined abbey with cascading waterfalls and its own Italian box garden, this place has character. It’s opulent but intimate ambience with antique furnishing and chandeliers make this an amazing venue."
Information on The Devonshire Brasserie , Bolton Abbey , Skipton
Open: Daily 12:00-14:30 (Sun 16:00), 18:00-21:30
Seating Capacity: 72
Accommodation: Number of Rooms: 40
Room Prices from: £230
Wheel Chair Access: Yes
Accreditation: AA 4 Red Stars, Good Food Guide 2/10
|Local Directions:||5 miles east of Skipton on the B6160, just 250 yards off the junction & roundabout with the A59 Skipton to Harrogate Road.|
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