We had a lovely time at a very nice hotel. The food and service was excellent. I would highly recommend it.
- Dog Friendly
- Children Welcome
- Complimentary Wifi
- Complimentary toiletries
Nuzzled into the wildly romantic countryside of the Yorkshire Dales, The Traddock in Austwick melds Georgian elegance with exceptional hospitality and rural charm. Totally immersed in the lush green scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, guests can enjoy fresh country air, quaint villages and outdoor pursuits. Sitting in a gorgeous location where Wainwright discovered countless walking trails, The Traddock is perfect for hiking enthusiasts and nature lovers.
Priding itself on its team of friendly and professional staff, you are guaranteed one of the warmest welcomes in Yorkshire. Relax among the tranquil and cosy atmosphere, and let yourself be captured by the magic of this special place.
The excellent food and drink here adds to your luxury stay in Yorkshire. With the restaurant being awarded two AA Rosettes, you can indulge your tastebuds with quality ingredients and memorable dishes created from local, seasonal and organic produce. And to enhance the dining experience, you can also choose from an impressive wine list, which showcases over 70 fine wines.
In the evening, retire to one of the beautiful rooms, each with its own country house charm. Being a small family run hotel, the great attention to detail adds to its charm. Having undergone several renovations over the last 12 years, the hotel pays testament to the passion and dedication of the Reynolds family.
The imposing building hides much fascinating history dating back to the 1740s, which enhances its personality. You will see evidence of this in its Georgian and Victorian architecture. In its past, the hotel was once a guest house for geologists who wanted to study Ingleborough and the area’s limestone topography. The land that the hotel was originally built upon was used as ‘the trading paddock’, which over the years became known as ‘The Traddock’, giving the hotel its current name.
The Traddock has won several prestigious awards throughout the years, including Editors choice Award for Dog Friendly Hotel – The Good Hotel Guide 2016, along with two AA Rosettes for Culinary Excellence and the AA Breakfast Award.
Being an ideal hotel where you can escape to the Yorkshire Dales, The Traddock facilities ensure the perfect stay. If you’re not too busy exploring the local area, you will find everything you need to keep you suitably content at the hotel.
Producing award-winning dishes in a beautiful setting, guests can enjoy an outstanding dining experience at The Traddock Restaurant. Traditional furnishings are dimly lit to create a relaxed and elegant atmosphere. But if you prefer to breathe in the fresh Yorkshire air, afternoon tea can be taken on the patio of the walled garden.
Dog Friendly Accommodation in Yorkshire
Because many of the guests here love walking around the countryside with their four legged friends, The Traddock has facilities especially for dogs. All of the bedrooms, except Room 9, accommodate up to two dogs. As well as the local country walking trails, the hotel grounds provide suitable outdoor space for your dog. You will also find facilities for washing your dog in the gardens.
Child Friendly Hotel Yorkshire
Children are welcomed at The Traddock hotel, they are catered for in the restaurant with a children’s menu served between 6pm and 7pm. Cots and additional beds can be requested in specified rooms.
Weddings at The Traddock
This romantic Georgian house among breathtaking scenery is a wonderful setting for a Yorkshire wedding reception. Although the hotel itself is not licensed for civil ceremonies, the nearby parish church is an idyllic venue for exchanging your vows. You can book exclusive use of the hotel so that your friends and family can really celebrate in style. Bespoke arrangements can be made to make your day extra special.
Meetings and Conferences
Whether you want to organise hiking trips, orienteering or a game of golf with your colleagues, the hotel can cater for you. But if you simply want boardroom facilities, you will find all the necessary equipment, including OHP screen, flipcharts, Wi-Fi and much more.
This open-plan, Victorian loft suite is the latest addition to The Traddock and is filled with characterful features such as original beams and exposed brickwork. The suite is embraced on both sides by stunning views, and the bathroom oozes luxury with the limestone tiles and cast iron bath overlooking the Dales.
This is the largest of the rooms at The Traddock. This sumptuous suite has duet sinks, roll top freestanding bath, and walk-in shower. It is located in its own wing and entertains views of the charming village street.
Recently refurbished, this double room has a warm russet and cream colour scheme. The windows look out onto the front of the hotel with its backdrop of rolling fells. You will find an ensuite bathroom with a shower over the bath.
Some of the most notable features of this luxury double are the claw foot bath in the room, an ensuite drench shower, and a walk-in wardrobe.
This mini suite has a separate lounge and ensuite bathroom. Being situated on the ground floor, it boasts pretty garden views.
A large family room with characterful bay windows overlooking the hotel gardens, super king size bed and single bed. The pretty blue and white décor gives it a country chic feel.
This is another recently refurbished double room dressed in olive and grey with splashes of deep pink. The original Georgian sash window looks out over the hotel front. The esnuite bathroom features white marble tiling.
Decorated in blue and white, Keasden is bright and airy, and you can enjoy picturesque garden views from its first floor location.
Decorated with a homely, warm colour scheme, this cosy room boasts a king-sized, brass bed, spacious walk-in wardrobe and perfected with a romantic window seat for guests to gaze upon the village.
The pale green, red and gold furnishings and the brass bedstead give this room a distinctive and calming ambience. Admire the gardens and surrounding fells from the sash window.
This lovable attic room is characterised by its wooden beams, quaint windows with scenic views, and a king size brass bed frame.
Another cosy attic room with antique furniture, lavish fabrics and pretty views.