Nestled in Felixkirk, a petite village mentioned in the Domesday Book, is The Carpenters Arms. It’s the latest place to be featured by the Good Hotel Guide and it’s not hard to see why. One of their team recently inspected the dog-friendly village inn in North Yorkshire and was bowled over by the inn’s “real wish to make a wide range of people not only comfortable but happy”.
We’re big fans of their food ethos – they won’t serve anything that’s not locally-sourced in England's North East and they even have their own kitchen garden growing potatoes, rhubarb and carrots. You get a real taste of Yorkshire at The Carpenter's Arms, from the Dales Lamb rump and locally-caught seabass found on the a la carte menu, to the warm welcome and the undulating views over the Vale of Mowbray.
Find out more about The Carpenters Arms on the Good Hotel Guide blog…
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