Old White Lion

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The 300 year old facade of this former coaching inn hides the fact this family run property combines charming olde world features with thoroughly modern facilities.

Situated on the top of the famous cobbled street, walked by the Revd. Patrick Bronte and his famous family. In more recent times as illustrated on TV in the Hovis advertisements. The Old White Lion was also featured in the BBC "Holiday" programme.

This is a very much an establishment where food and drink are taken seriously, and dispensed along with hospitality in good measure. Warmth, comfort and a relaxed atmosphere prevail throughout the 14 ensuite bedrooms, beamed bars, restaurant and oak panelled lounge.

Fourteen individually furnished en-suite bedrooms including two family rooms all with the comforts of home including satelite TV, direct dial telephones, full WiFi access, tea and coffee making facilities, radio alarms, many commanding views over the Worth Valley and the Main Street adding to the ambience of this famous inn.

Freshly prepared food is provided by the kitchen brigade (including four highly qualified chefs). Keeping up with modern trends, without ignoring the popularity of old favourites. Featured in major food guides, the Gimmerton Restaurant is open every evening.

Two beamed bar areas which were often frequented by Patrick Bronte the famous father of the Bronte sisters. Still serving traditional ales and vitals. Relax with locals and visitors alike or partake of one of our extensive bar meals. The Old White Lion specialises in home cooked food with fresh produce, which encourages people to return time and time again.

We pride ourselves on the individuality of service to all our guests, many of them returning to see us over the years, having become good friends.

Exceptional value breaks available both mid-week, as well as weekends throughout the year.

Brochure, tariffs and specimen menus available on request or visit our website www.oldwhitelionhotel.com.

All rooms & Public areas are totally non smoking.

The Old White Lion

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