Situated in the heart of quaint Sedbergh, The Dalesman is a family-run 16th century coaching inn and has been a favourite destination of locals, tourists and walkers for decades. Firmly etched onto the North West foodie map, The Dalesman is a ‘must try’ venue for those looking to experience the best of the Dales through locally sourced food and ales, stylish accommodation and a warm welcome.
The Dalesman hold a Two AA Rosette Award for culinary excellence along with a 4 Star Gold grading for their guest accommodation.
The team at The Dalesman have a real passion for provenance and believe in using the best locally sourced food to create dishes with a modern slant, designed to reflect the seasons by their talented chefs. They also ensure that the majority of their ingredients are sourced from local producers and suppliers, which helps to reduce their environment impact and support the local economy. The Dalesman work with a local farmer to breed and produce their own Galloway cattle and Rough Fell lamb, ensuring high quality meat, high welfare of the animals and low food miles.
Accompanying the high quality, seasonal food menu is a range of locally brewed cask ales and for gin enthusiasts, The Dalesman’s very own range of ‘Sedbergh Gin’, flavoured with their home-grown rosemary and lavender and distilled in small batches in Garstang.
Whilst The Dalesman has a cosy feel during the winter months, during the summer guests can enjoy alfresco dining and drinks in The Courtyard where the chef’s often set up a Barbecue.
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|Open New Year|
|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
Non residents 8am – 9am
Lunch & Evening Main Restaurant
Monday – Friday
12-2.30 ( off peak ) 12-3 ( in season )
5.30 – 8 ( off peak ) 5.30 – 9 ( in season )
Saturday and Sunday
12 – 8 ( off peak ) 12 – 9 ( in season )
Friday to Tuesday
12 – 9 ( Peak season only )
This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.
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