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Started by Bonzo Sep 12 2012, 10:05
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Bonzo
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Sep 12 2012, 10:05
A group of us took on the Inn Way Dales a few weeks back and really enjoyed the route and, er, the pubs.

We're not sure if the slight detour to Nappa Hall is warranted as there's not a great deal to see as you can't 'inspect' the building in any detail. There was no way through the farm other than to climb a locked gate but we were told that there's a dispute between tenant and owner which may explain this?

Also, some of the best ale enjoyed over the week was at the White Rose Hotel in Askrigg, not listed as an Inn Way pub, and the George and Dragon at Aysgarth which is half a mile off route.

We even managed to get sunburnt :-0





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MarkReid
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Sep 13 2012, 10:29
HI Bonzo

Glad you enjoyed the walk and pubs.

The White Rose Hotel is listed in the latest edition of The Inn Way.

There is a public Right of Way along the track up through the farmyard of Nappa Hall to join the road, but the Hall itself is privately owned.

Many thanks

Mark





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MarkReid
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Oct 01 2012, 15:44
Hi Bonzo

Just to follow up about the path through Nappa Hall. I've checked with the National Park Ranger, and also had a look myself, and there are no problems (and no obstructions) along the path through the farmyard at Nappa Hall.

Thanks,

Mark







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