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- 13 guest reviews
"Stayed as two couples in a double and king room with a shared bathroom. Rooms were clean and well equipped with plenty tea and coffee facili..."
"Really enjoyed our few days at this lovely old market town pub. Very cosy, a lovely large roon with a large bathroom. Very comfortable. Tea..."
"we stopped at Castle Tavern after getting a late room booking, The staff where very friendly and very professional when booking in and showe..."
"We stayed 2 nights at the Castle Tavern on 6th to 8th of March 2015. We really enjoyed our stay. The pub serves some nice beers and the food..."
"Lovely stay. Staff helpful and friendly. Room basic but comfortable. Expected For age of hotel. Bed was ok. Bed linen not brilliant but cle..."
About the hotel
We are located a stone's throw from Richmond's magnificent Norman Castle and only a short walk to the spectacular River Swale. We would be pleased to offer you a warm welcome to our establishment. We serve excellent cask ales, beers and lagers together with a wide range of wines, spirits and soft drinks.
We also serve home cooked traditional pub food at both lunch and dinner. The Castle Tavern is a Grade II listed building with plenty of character and charming original features can be seen throughout the pub. We have an open plan bar area with plenty of space. Richmond, North Yorkshire is a town of unique character and beauty which has changed little through the centuries. With the variety of shopping and its many pubs, hotels and restaurants, the proximity to the most stunning scenery anywhere to be seen, Richmond remains one of the most beautiful and rewarding places to visit in the Country. The Yorkshire Dales has outstanding scenery, a diversity of wildlife habitats, a rich cultural heritage and peacefulness. In 1954, 1769 square kilometres was designated a national park in recognition of these most important qualities. The Dales lie astride the Pennines in the north of England in the counties of North Yorkshire and Cumbria There are over 20 main dales, differing much from each other in character and atmosphere. To the south of the area lies a highly populated industrial area while to the north thinly settled uplands stretch to the Tees and beyond. About 20,000 people live in the scattered farms, villages and small market towns of the Dales. The Army base of Catterick Garrison is only a ten minute drive away for families visiting or those attending the Garrison on business.
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- Restaurant, Bar
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- Until 10:30 hours
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92% would recommend it to a friend
value for money and Central
Stayed as two couples in a double and king room with a shared bathroom.
Rooms were clean and well equipped with plenty tea and coffee facilities and toiletries. Everything we needed in a good location with a superb breakfast. Will use again.
A lovely old market town pub
Really enjoyed our few days at this lovely old market town pub.
Very cosy, a lovely large roon with a large bathroom. Very comfortable. Tea and coffee in room to make a drink when you wanted. Very friendly landlady and landlord, had some good chats with them and they made you very welcome. Lovely breakfasts as well, although I would have liked a little fruit to start with. Would definitely return.