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Clapham cum Newby, a parish in North Yorkshire, is nestled between the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the Forest of Bowland, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As a hiker and spelunker’s dream, it’s good to know that there are stoic establishments like The New Inn providing fantastic food and refreshment at the in-house restaurant Bistro 1745 as well as rustic, rural accommodation. Whether you’re coming in from Lancaster or further afield, pay a visit to whitewashed stone edifice of The New Inn along the Old Road, originally an 18th-century coaching inn, for a meal at the award-winning bistro-style restaurant. The cuisine on offer is curated by head chef Simon Walker, swinging between British classics and European refinement over lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, best enjoyed during the winter months by the roaring fire or, in summer, in the garden or next to the Clapham village waterfall.