Enjoy Alfresco Dining In The Cosiest Festive Hideaways In Yorkshire This Christmas

Enjoy Alfresco Dining In The Cosiest Festive Hideaways In Yorkshire This Christmas

It’s the time of year for twinkling lights, winter nights and plenty of merriment – and Yorkshire has this in abundance. Two Yorkshire pubs have had a festive makeover and have been transformed into Yorkshire’s cosiest hideaways and are ready to welcome customers to enjoy festive food & drink over the next few weeks.

Found in the idyllic Yorkshire Dales village Settle, The Golden Lion is an award-winning, 17th Century coaching inn, which boasts all the charm and character you’d expect from an escape to the Yorkshire Dales.

Featuring a decked-out winter lodge and five smaller huts in their courtyard, you can enjoy hearty home-cooked food in this memorable winter retreat. Enjoy a few tipples such as mulled wine, cask ales, Christmas cocktails, The Alpine Village can host small groups, large parties or be hired exclusively.

Also, in the heart of historic York, The Judge’s Lodging is a 5-star, grade I listed townhouse with a cosy cellar bar to the delicious, home-cooked dishes.

Its five, decked-out Chalets, complete with faux sheepskin blankets are the perfect way to cosy up this winter. Each Chalet can host up to 7 guests, or if you’re looking for an exclusive Christmas party venue, why not hire them all exclusively?

You’ll even get access to your own private bar! Whether you’re seeking a well-deserved break from Christmas shopping or celebrating with your nearest and dearest, guests can enjoy a delicious seasonal dishes, as well as a decadent festive buffet, all washed down with a glass of mulled wine or a festive cocktail (or two!). If you’re looking for festive entertainment, watch out for their upcoming events including an appearance from Santa and live music from the local choirs.

Find out more via the Golden Lion and Judges Lodgings websites.

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