The Crescent Inn
  • Bed & Breakfast with 14 Room
  • Inn with 14 Room
  • VisitEngland 4 Star Guest Accommodation
  • VisitEngland Gold Award
  • VisitEngland Breakfast Award

Contact Details:

Brook Street, Ilkley

01943 811250
http://www.thecrescentinn.co.uk

The Crescent Inn

  • Building of historical interest
  • Central heating
  • Children welcome
  • Cots available
  • Dogs/pets NOT accepted
  • Electric shaver points
  • Evening meals
  • Hairdryer
  • High chairs available
  • Ironing facilities
  • Licenced (table or bar)
  • Night porter
  • On street/public parking
  • Restaurant open to non-residents
  • Special diets available
  • Tea/coffee making in bedrooms
  • Television
  • Television available
  • Totally non-smoking
  • Vegetarian diet available
  • WiFi or internet access

Whether you visit as a moor-top traveller, or a local that enjoys a little extra comfort, The Crescent Inn has much in the way of ale, wine, food and bedrooms to tempt you.

The collection of eleven affordable boutique bedrooms are inspired by the ever changing moors and local wool industries where some of the worlds finest tweeds and cloths were made. We have typically English styled bedrooms, and ones that nod to a French country style.

The Crescent Inn occupies a landmark building in Ilkley and because of this we've been keen to reference our Yorkshire heritage throughout. Local names have been used as room names, such as Appletreewick, Askwith and Kettlewell. As well as the aforementioned local cloth, you'll find images of famous West Yorkshire locals and sportsman adorn the pub and communal walls. We've hung bespoke black and white Yorkshire photography in the bedrooms with captures and reflects the local scenery, reminding guests of where they are and what is around them.

The pub is a free house, serving eight real ales, 15 wines by the glass and honest home cooked food. Enjoy all this in the comfort of our contemporary English interior with a roaring open fire for the colder months, and outside seating for warmer days. Relax on handcrafted furniture upholstered in locally made cloth while you read the paper, sample our ales and food, but be careful, you could end up staying all day.

Top quality ales and wines wouldn't be complete without a great menu. That's why we've created a selection of dishes using the highest quality ingredients that's sure to please many palates. Dishes include lighter bites as well as heartier choices, some traditionally British and others from further afield. We also have Sunday roasts with all the trimmings.

Visit our sister restaurant, Le Bistrot Pierre just next door. There you can indulge in a French menu and extensive accompanying wine list.