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Why not treat your Mum to a Mother’s Day weekend at the Rendezvous?
Sunday 6th March is Mother’s Day and what better way to give your Mum a really special treat than to take her away for a relaxing weekend in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales?
Here at the Rendezvous we’re proud of our unbeatable location right on the doorstep of the delightful Yorkshire Dales National Park, which boasts some of the most picturesque scenery in the UK. The Yorkshire Dales has something for Mums of all ages and whether yours likes nothing better than a bracing hill walk or a browse around the shops, we think you (and your Mum) will be spoilt for choice. Whatever you decide to do, your Mum is certain to appreciate the chance to put her feet up and relax!
We’re located just on the outskirts of Skipton, a picturesque market town which has one of the best high streets in the UK, full of independent shops, including a great selection of antique shops, cafes, pubs, cafes and restaurants. Alongside all those opportunities for shopping and eating, Skipton also has a beautiful castle and a pretty canal which runs through the centre of the town.
We have a wide range of accommodation available, from spacious family rooms, through to luxurious doubles, executive suites and our brand new serviced apartments. Our generously-sized rooms are all very well equipped with a range of facilities including free wifi, bathrooms with underfloor heating and individual heating controls to name but a few!
Dining at the Rendezvous is a real treat and our canal side Baby Swan restaurant is the perfect place for a delicious Mother’s Day lunch. Open to residents and non-residents alike, the Baby Swan restaurant has delicious menu and our special flambé dishes are something we’re particularly proud of!
If you would like to find out more about booking a weekend break for Mother’s Day, why not get in touch with our friendly reservations team for more information?
WOW!!! and WOW
Our Best Room in House just got a makeover! We love it and hopefully so will you.
Are you looking for a late Christmas Present Idea? Why not treat you better half to a night away the Rendezvous style. Prices start from as little as £107.50 per night. Call our reservations team to book now.
Curry night with Amaali
In this post you can see photos from our first curry evening with Amaali. Our Royal Tank Regiment group enjoyed a delicious two course meal served in the Baby Swan Restaurant. Please enquire with our events team to see, if Yazi could cater for your next party. Also do not miss our Curry and Karaoke night on the 22nd January 2016, tickets are only £20.00 and accommodation offer starts from £90 for bed, breakfast and tickets for two adults. (Price is based on two adults sharing a twin/double room)
Sherlock Holmes and the Dales
In the last few days we have been told a very interesting story that links Sherlock Holmes to the Dales. The routes of Arthur Conan Doyle’s best selling stories were investigated by Martyn Sutton from Ingleton.
“SHERLOCK Holmes is rightly regarded as one of the greatest detectives in literature; but an enduring mystery worthy of the man himself is how Arthur Conan Doyle arrived at his character’s memorable name.
One man who thinks he has the answer is Ingleton gift shop owner Martyn Sutton.
He has carried out his own detective quest after learning of Conan Doyle’s links with the Dales……” to read more click here.
Maserati Car Club Visit
This week only we are having a pleasure of welcoming members of the Maserati Car Club. Pictures will follow on our facebook page, soon.
|The Maserati Club was formed in 1972 when a group of enthusiastic owners decided that they could not be alone in sharing a passion for these cars. An advertisement was placed the motoring press and a meeting was held at “The In On The Park” in Park Lane London. Those present decided that it was a good idea and formed the club and promptly elected a committee!
Through the years the club has gradually evolved from being predominantly concerned with the older racing Maseratis. Through to its current form where a large proportion of the members own the more recent Biturbo cars. This is natural given the finite number of the early cars and the increasing number of the newer cars. Over time I am sure that this balance will again shift to the 3200GT as production increases to meet demand. http://www.maseraticlub.co.uk/