The Beverley Arms hotel has been welcoming visitors to the Yorkshire Dales for over 200 years. The Georgian coaching inn, located in the mediaeval town of Beverley, first opened its doors in 1794, and Dick Turpin once stabled his horses here. The hotel's elegant restaurant has a rustic, vibrant atmosphere and boasts original period stone flooring and a small patio for outdoor dining. The kitchen is renowned for their classic English menu, serving up old favourites alongside contemporary cuisine, and the hotel is located within easy reach of the local race course and The Deep – the world's only 'submarium' in Hull. The Beverley Arms is perfect for relaxed gatherings, and the Georgian Bar is lovely for pre-dinner drinks.
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