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We were visiting Byland Abbey and had a peek across the road at The Abby Inn.
We were told that this was the real pub that James Herriot (real name - Alf Wight, from nearby Thirsk) wrote about in some of his stories and as...More
Great food. Highly recommend the Yorkshire Platter.
try it for yourself!!
Seating available outside on a good day. Or sit in "the Piggery" where there is a glass roof. or even in one of the small oldeworlde rooms that overlook the...More
We arrived at Byland Abbey Inn accidentally as our car broke down just near the abbey. As there isn't any phone service we called in to ask if we could use the cafes phone to call the RAC. The staff could not have been more...More
We visited Byland Abbey Tea Room (part of the Byland Abbey Inn) today after visiting Byland Abbey which is an English Heritage property just across the road from the Tea Room.
A quiet and peaceful setting.
Excellent, genuinely home baked cakes, scones and light meals,...More
Other reviews describe the great service, so I assume that the usual people were on holiday.
We arrived at 3:50 the sign outside said the place closed at 5pm. We were met with begrudging service as the woman behind the counter told us they stopped...More
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US$142 - US$203 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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