Christmas is on its way, and, although we can’t enjoy it like past years, there are a few treats and tricks for you to get in the festive spirit. There are a variety of wonderful festive winter tipi’s and domes to visit in Yorkshire over the next few months. They offer a warm and twinkling atmosphere that will help you get in the festive spirit. You can enjoy fizz, ales, and mulled wine in a variety of different venues this Christmas. Because we’re good to you, we’ve compiled a list of the very best tipis and domes in Yorkshire for you to get inspired.
Yorkshire Ales, East Riding Of Yorkshire
Running until the end of February, you can enjoy fancy cocktails and food platters in a intimate warm glow of your own dome with family and friends. The winter warming experience in Snaith will keep you warm and toasty with the heaters and snuggly throws. Social distant doesn’t mean you can’t have a fun time in a beautiful environment. The Yorkshire Ales event is a unique experience will be great fun a at such a brilliant pub as well.
The Tan Hill Inn, North Yorkshire
The Tan Hill Inn, known as the highest pub in the UK, is offering social distanced bubbles. People can sit, drink and take in the starry night’s sky. The warmly lit pods create an intimate environment for you and your guests to enjoy a few festival ales. North Yorkshire’s famous pub’s domes are a great way to enjoy a safe and social drink while stargazing. Being away from towns and cities light pollution there is a unique opportunity to take in the night sky. Unless it’s cloudy, then you can just enjoy the warmth and twinkling lights of your dome. It’s a great example of a different way to enjoy the festive period. Winter tipi’s and domes in Yorkshire are ideal for this festive period.
The Churchill Hotel, York
The Churchill Hotel has created a little winter wonderland to enjoy a socially distanced drink. Twinkling lights and warm fire pits create a beautiful backdrop to enjoy a few bevvies. As York Christmas Market is cancelled this year, the hotel’s alternative is a brilliant idea for a safe night out. Set in the centre of York it will have you feeling all festive in no time.
Thor’s Tipi, York
Thor’s Tipi bar is synonymous with York Christmas Markets. The markets may be cancelled, but that doesn’t stop you enjoying the tipi bar. In its new winter location at the Principal Hotel, near the train station, it’s waiting to be enjoyed. It will open 28th October, from 11:30 am to 10 pm. You can enjoy a mulled wine (or two) in this ambient and warm space. If their summer tipi is anything to go by, you will be feeling ready for Christmas in no time.
The Kirkstall Bridge Inn, Leeds
Situated in Kirkstall, Leeds this pub has great ales to sit and enjoy next to a fire pit in their quaint tipi. While the cold creeps in outside you can warm your bones in this beautiful tipi set next to a flowing river. They have really gone all out to make winter tipis and domes in Yorkshire are the go to for festive fun. You can book online via their website.
Devonshire Arms, Bolton Abbey
Aptly named ‘The Yurkshire Arms Soup Kitchen & Ale House’, at Devonshire Arms. The pop-up Yurt ale house supplies you with chilled pints and warm soup in a cosy manner. You can curl up next to a warm fire, as they have a wood-burning stove inside. The best thing is, as well as getting to enjoy yourself inside a beautiful yurt, every bowl of soup the alehouse sells goes to support Skipton Food Bank, such a noble thing to do.
The Fat Badger Pub, Harrogate
You can dine with up to six people in these beautiful igloos. They’re adorned, with sheepskin rugs, lanterns and festive lighting that bring all the experience of Christmas to you. The AA rosette dining experience is only £20 Mon- Thurs or £30 Fri – Sun. And you got to enjoy it for two whole hours. Don’t worry about getting cold they have indoor heaters and cosy blankets so you can get cost and festive this December. This Harrogate dining experience, set within the private terrace, so you’ll also get a little world of your own to enjoy.