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Nidd Hall Hotel


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Built in the 1820s, Nidd Hall is a glorious hodge-podge of architectural and stylistic references that take in everything from stained window panels to Tuscan columns. The fine-dining option of the Terrace restaurant manages a light decorative tone in keeping with the graceful version of modern British cooking on offer. Expect to find mandarin and chamomile fragrancing the confit duck and foie gras terrine, and then crispy noodles in seafood broth as a medium for main-course sea bass with mussels. Desserts are just as inventive, serving date and port clafoutis with an apple and brandy shot, rum and raisin ice cream and mint foam.

Further information

Tel: 01423 771598
Please quote 'The AA'.


Open all year.
Days closed: Tue-Wed
Sunday lunch available.
Days closed for lunch: Mon, Thu-Sat

Restaurant information

Cooking type: Modern British
Chef: Kiran Selevarajan, Thomas Addison
Number of seats: 42
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled toilets.
Vegetarian meals available.
Parking available.



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A1(M) junct/A59 follow signs to Knaresborough. Continue through town centre & at Bond End lights turn left, then right onto B6165 signed Ripley & Pateley Bridge. Hotel on right in approx 4m
Nearest station: Harrogate

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