The Timble Inn is a romantic Grade II listed 18th Century Coaching Inn, situated in the beautiful Washburn Valley, a part of the delightful Nidderdale AONB. The Inn re-opened in 2010 after five years of extensive renovation and restoration and a recently installed, state of the art kitchen, allows chefs even greater scope for their creativity.
What makes a stay at The Timble Inn unique?
Nestled away in the Nidderdale AONB, The Timble Inn gives guests the perfect opportunity to escape from the stresses of everyday life and retreat to the countryside.
With several reservoirs and beautiful trails nearby it's a wonderful area for walking for people of all abilities and energy.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Timble Inn?
The menu has been carefully crafted by the head chef to highlight the best local produce the region has to offer.
The dishes explore classic British and French cuisine whilst adding new elements to make each mouthful memorable.
What is the signature dish at The Timble Inn?
As the menu is seasonal the dishes are constantly evolving throughout the year, however look out for the beef wellington, seafood platter and Chateaubriand as recurring favourites.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Timble Inn?
Comfortable, relaxing and with touches of luxury. The 9 individual 5 AA Star Silver Award Winning rooms combine period character with contemporary country living design.
Each room has high quality Egyptian cotton linen, high quality bedding and furnishings, extremely comfortable pocket sprung beds, Harrogate based H2K toiletries
flat-screen televisions, bathrobes and slippers and tea and coffee making facilities for your convenience.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Harrogate area?
One of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of England is on its doorstep. Areas such as Brimham Rocks with its stunning views and amazing rock formations are a must see. Also visit the pretty market town of Pateley Bridge and see the oldest sweetshop in Britain! Not to mention the simply stunning scenery and peaceful walks.
The famous spa town of Harrogate is only 9 miles away. Famous for its Royal Baths, Betty's Tearooms and Valley Gardens. Ablaze with flowers at all times of the year, it has to be one of the prettiest towns in the UK. There are a superb choice of antique shops, art galleries, & individual boutiques. Something to interest everyone.