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High demand at Michelin star Yorkshire restaurant sees the addition of boutique bedrooms

Lambing Yard

The Pipe and Glass, a Michelin Star restaurant in South Dalton, Yorkshire, has opened four new boutique bedrooms, after a spike in demand for overnight accommodation at the venue.

The eatery, owned by James and Kate Mackenzie, has converted a former lambing yard, a short walk away from the pub, into four new luxury rooms to take its total bedroom count to nine.

Swaledale, Ryeland, Lincoln and Jacob have all been individually designed with new textiles, furnishings and fittings to complement the five garden bedrooms situated at The Pipe and Glass.

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The former coaching inn first added bedrooms in 2009 and has since been transformed to include a restaurant, a private dining room and landscaped garden and herbarium as well as the traditional bar area. 

James Mackenzie, chef/ proprietor said “We opened our first rooms in 2009, and the demand has been incredible, so much so that in 2015 we added an additional three. With these proving even more popular still, further expansion has been the natural next step. 

“It was so important to us to ensure that we secured the perfect site for these rooms and we’re thrilled to have achieved this in The Old Lambing Yard, meaning that our guests can enjoy a Michelin-starred dining experience with us before retiring to their room just a stone’s throw away from the pub.”

James and Kate first opened The Pipe and Glass in 2006 and the pub has held a Michelin Star since 2010.

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