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The Falcon Inn, Arncliffe, Littondale, Yorkshire Dales
The Falcon Inn, Arncliffe, Littondale, Yorkshire Dales
A famous Dales pub - the original Woolpack in Emmerdale

The Falcon Inn overlooks the village green in the conservation Dales village of Arncliffe, lying at the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park in Littondale. This picturesque valley has dry-stone walled fields, richly green, steep hillsides of open pasture and Dales barns, craggy outcrops and exposed moorland, showing the Yorkshire Dales at its very best.

Blue Scar LittondaleArncliffe village green

The Falcon is a good base from which to explore the many local Dales attractions. Fishermen will enjoy free Skirfare river fishing for brown trout. There is much to enjoy also for walkers, cyclists, climbers, horse riders and motor cyclists. Close by are Malham with its Tarn and Cove and Kilnsey with climbing crag, trout farm and trekking centre. Enjoy the Dales villages of Grassington and Kettlewell and the 80 miles of footpaths and Priory Ruins of Bolton Abbey. At the end of your day, relax with a welcome pint and great food at the Falcon.

The Falcon offers superb Dales hospitality. Ale is still served in the time-honoured fashion, from barrel to glass via a porcelain jug. The evening meal and breakfast offer traditional home cooking and plenty of it! (Vegetarians are equally welcome, by prior arrangement). Accommodation is available in single and double rooms, with the option of en-suite rooms. There is an open fire and wonderful views over the village green. The Falcon has 4 miles of private fly fishing on the river Skirfare and day tickets are free to Falcon residents.

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To book call: 01756 770205   or Email: The Falcon
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