If you’re thinking of heading to the Yorkshire Dales this summer, then we recommend you stop off at the UK’s highest pub, the Tan Hill Inn. Standing just 1,732 feet above sea level, the historic pub has been welcoming guests for hundreds of years.
You can find Tan Hill Inn on the Pennine Way, and whilst you stop off for a refreshing pint after a long walk – you can enjoy some amazing food including their massive Yorkshire puddings!
That’s right! Yorkshire’s highest pub serves up some of the largest puds in the UK. They’re filled with proper Yorkshire grub with huge sausges, a good ol’ helping of mash and plenty of veg with proper Yorkshire portions. if that wasn’t enough, the whole thing is served up with a pot of gravy.
Their Yorkshire pud dinners come highly recommended with one customer writing: “Had lunch today with my mum and thoroughly enjoyed it. The food was great, as was the service. There was initial shock at the size of the Yorkshire Puddings, I think everyone’s heads turned when they arrived 😂 our compliments to the chef and huge thanks to Emily and Anya for looking after us.”
We don’t know about you, but we are convinced and have put them on our 2021 list of things that we can’t miss.
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