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Addingham is an attractive former mill village with a long main street boasting no less than five pubs.
Addingham`s history can be traced back to late Mesolithic, Neolithic early Bronze Age. The glaciated valleys of the Aire and Ribble carved the easiest route between the east and west of the Pennines across Rombalds Moor. In the the Doomsday Book, Addingham is refered to as `Ediham`. A corn mill was first mentioned in 1315, near where High Mill is today - the weir, slanting across the river, is one of the oldest medieval structures in the village. It was destroyed by a storm in 1776 but was rebuilt the following year.The directory of 1837 describes Addingham as `a large village and township of 3,500 acres which includes 3 farms.
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Property type: Country Inn (Pub) Accreditations: 3 Star Hotel
Welcome to the Crown Inn, a 17th. century coaching inn, located in the centre of this popular village, ideal for exploring the Yorkshire Dales. The Crown has a very traditional ambience. Situated on the upper floor of the pub are two en-suite letting rooms, recently re-decorated and significantly improved.