Dating back to the seventeenth century, the Craven Heifer is a characterful village pub and restaurant in the heart of Addingham incorporating seven recently refurbished en-suite bedrooms.
Since June 2021, the Craven Heifer has been owned by a local Addingham family, proud of its history and keen to secure its future as part of the village for many years to come.
Following extensive renovations and improvements, the pub, restaurant and rooms are now ready to warmly welcome our loyal locals and those visiting from outside the area.
The Craven Heifer nestles in the picturesque Wharfe Valley between the towns of Ilkley and Skipton, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Opportunities for walking and biking abound, including the Dales Way, sections of the 2014 Tour de France Grand Depart route and Ilkley Moor.
Nestled in the picturesque Wharfedale village of Addingham, the Craven Heifer is a perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts, lying on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales' National Park and Ilkley's famous Moor.
We are also ideally located for visitors to the nearby Bolton Abbey estate, including the popular wedding venues of The Tithe Barn at Bolton Abbey and The Priest’s House at Barden.