Boasting pride of place in Ilkley’s town centre this wonderful building dates back to 1860. A grand entrance door way leads into the pub where you will find copper top tables and a roaring fire (in colder months) creating a warm welcoming atmosphere.
Relax on handcrafted furniture upholstered in locally made cloth while you read the paper, sample their ales and delicious, locally sourced food. Their approach to food is a simple one, taking classic pub food and doing it well. They create a selection of dishes using the highest quality ingredients which reflect the seasons and sample menus can be viewed below this text. Just next door to the pub you will find their sister restaurant Bistrot Pierre.
They have a passion for great ale and serve a fantastic and diverse selection, together with an eclectic wine list to complement their menus. They are passionate about the real ales they serve and enjoy searching for new beers from existing brewers and new breweries.
Their supremely comfortable boutique bedrooms are inspired by the ever changing moor-tops and local wool industries where some of the world’s finest tweeds and cloths are made.They occupy a landmark building in Ilkley and because of this they have been keen to reference their Yorkshire heritage, with local moors names used as room names.
Each bedroom comes with a whole host of little luxuries including Egyptian cotton sheets, goose feather and down pillows, duck feather and down duvets, fluffy towels, complimentary toiletries, still and sparkling water, tea, coffee and hot chocolate and free WiFi. A recent addition to this fabulous pub are their suites which comfortably sleep up to 5 guests and are perfect for a couple looking for that extra space, a family staycation or a comfortable private base for a group of friends.A delicious breakfast is included in your stay – choose from a full English, eggs royale, avocado on sourdough together with cereals, toast and juices.
Whether you visiting as a moor-top traveller, or a local that enjoys a little extra comfort, The Crescent Inn has so much to tempt you in the way of ale, wine, food and bedrooms. They are perfectly located just a ten minute drive away from the picturesque Yorkshire Dales.
Andy, Ros and all of their talented team look forward to welcoming you to their pub. If you wish to telephone The Crescent, please click directly through to their website from this listing for contact details and mention Stay in a Pub in your correspondence.