OS grid reference:- SD 962 584
The small and pretty Dales village of Hetton lies in the Craven district of North Yorkshire and is situated around 6 miles to the north of the popular market town of Skipton.
Hetton contains some fine stone houses on its main street, which is the only street in the village. Hetton may have had a settlement as far back as the seventh century. Some of of the barns and cottages we see today date from the early seventeenth century.
The pleasantly situated village pub, the Angel Inn is one of the country's finest gastro pubs, and looks out over Rylstone Fell. The inn has its origins as far back as the fifteenth century and was almost certainly a drovers’ inn. Most of the inn that we see today was added later in the early eighteenth century serving the farming communities around Hetton and Rylstone. The pub serves award winning cuisine made fresh seasonal local produce. The pub offers accommodation in the opposite stylish barn conversion.