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Maypole Inn


  • Traditional inn of great character
  • Excellent food and a range of local/guest beers
  • Pennine Bridleway passes the front door

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The Maypole Inn is a traditional village pub positioned in the Yorkshire Dales village of Long Preston, between the market towns of Skipton and Settle, offering accommodation, bed and breakfast and food all day. The rooms are all ensuite, have tea/coffee making facilities, wi fi and very comfortable.

The hotel is an ideal base for walking and touring holidays. Open moorland, hill slopes of the Pennines, caves and waterfalls are all within easy reach. Famous walks such as the Yorkshire Three Peaks and those around Malham are also close by.

In 1695 Ambrose Wigglesworth opened the doors of the Maypole Inn to his first paying customers. Over three hundred years later the joint traditions of hospitality and a warm welcome are still going strong.

Robert and Elspeth Palmer have been running this village inn for over twenty-five years and with their friendly and dedicated staff, have built a reputation for quality and sincerity serving good food and real ales. In 2010 they were delighted to be awarded by Keighley and Craven CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) the title of Pub of the Year.

Dogs Welcome.

Nearby Walks:

Long Preston Deeps

The Lanes Above Long Preston

Eight Stiles Walk Around Long Preston

Area Information:

Ribblesdale­ inc Settle & Ingleton

Forest of Bowland



Address: Long Preston, Nr Skipton, Yorkshire Dales
Type of Rooms: Double, Twin, Family
Price Range: £70 to £85 per room per night
Phone Number: 01729 840 219
Email: robert@maypole.co.uk
Website: http://www.maypole.co.uk/



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  1. denise ryan says:

    Hi there, looking to book a 2 night stay from 22 February for 2. how do qo about booking a room and how much would it cost. Thanks.

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