Whoever commissioned this private house in 1760 chose the site well, for this elegant Georgian pub and restaurant stands imposingly in Grassington’s cobbled square. Fresh local produce underpins the award-winning menu offering starters of taster slates of tapas-style nibbles; and corn-fed chicken liver pâté with apple jam and warm brioche. Mains might be pheasant breast with prune and pheasant bon bon, apple potato fondant, parsnips and prune jus; or celeriac risotto with trompette mushrooms and truffle pecorino. For lighter options there’s an interesting range of open and closed sandwiches, perhaps smoked salmon, salad, lemon and capers will appeal. Thwaites, Dark Horse Hetton Pale Ale and Black Sheep are bar staples.